Club / Salsa Club
Party Earth Review Simply put, Mojito Club is dedicated to sexy, seductive salsa and offers a fast-paced, fun-filled evening of dancing. Two long transparent bars radiate soft white light, as illuminated portraits of salsa dancers gaze down upon the patrons lining up for mojitos. The cool Latin and Cuban vibe and exotic cocktails are mere ... more
Carrer de Rosellón, 217
Club / Restaurant
Party Earth Review With a prime beachfront location, a maze-like space, a smattering of big-name DJs, and a liquor license that allows the club to serve and stay open until 6am, it’s no wonder Opium Mar is one of the most talked-about venues in Barcelona. The elegant cream interior was cleverly designed to feature a host of split levels and ... more
Passeig Maritim, 34
Club / Live Music Venue
Party Earth Review Something of a clubber’s club, Sala BeCool is a mid-sized, bare-bones venue inconveniently located a long walk from the nearest metro station. Despite that small drawback, however, a trip to the club is well worth the effort for dance music lovers who enjoy expertly mixed electronic music of the house/tech/minimal variety ... more
Plaça de Joan Llongueras, 5
Party Earth Review Part of a line of upscale club/lounge/restaurants that line the coast just below Port Olimpic’s twin towers, Sotavento is a beautiful venue even the most experienced clubgoers will likely be impressed by. A swanky Italian restaurant by day, the venue transitions to club mode around midnight when the ample polished walnut ... more
Passeig Maritim, 38
Party Earth Review Right on the beach with inspiring views of the Mediterranean lies the Carpe Diem Lounge Club, a Balinese haven for relaxation and serenity. A large Buddha statue meditates outside on the deck overlooking the sea, while guests lie on beds at its base sipping tea, wine, and cocktails and enjoying the same astounding view ... more
Passeig Maritim, 32
Party Earth Review Located just off Plaça Catalunya at the top of Las Ramblas, City Hall is a unique mix of old and new combined to create one of the most stylish clubs in the city. Once a theater, the club has maintained the rich décor of velvet curtains and spotlights, which now form the backdrop for a diverse clientele ... more
Rambla de Catalunya, 2-4
Party Earth Review Though it lurks in the hinterlands of the city, the popular Otto Zutz Club nonetheless manages to pull in an energetic crowd of young clubbers from all over Barcelona for night after night of drinking and dancing. The club’s size is certainly its biggest draw, with three levels of kitschy chandeliers and disco balls offering ... more
Carrer de Lincoln, 15
Party Earth Review Catwalk is one of the most popular clubs on the Port for the young and fashionable, as well as a late-night spot for those looking to continue dancing after 3am when clubs like Carpe Diem Lounge Club (CDLC) and Shoko close. Downstairs in the club’s main area, big-name DJs blast out house and electro beats at bone-shaking ... more
Carrer de Ramon Trias Fargas, 2-4
Club / Live Music Venue
Party Earth Review Disco balls, booming speakers, and pulsing lights hanging from the sixty-foot ceiling of this former factory let partygoers know that Razzmatazz means business. Friday and Saturday nights are always abuzz with a great mix of international and Spanish clubbers looking to dance the night away to diverse styles of music, including ... more
Pamplona 88 - 1er piso
Party Earth Review Don’t expect to raise the roof at La Terrrazza, because there isn’t one – this gorgeous mountaintop castle has been converted into a club where a stylish clientele dances between the castle walls illuminated only by strobe lights and the stars above. The club is housed in Poble Espanyol, a one-of ... more
Avenida Marquès de Comillas, 13
Party Earth Review Even by Barcelona’s notoriously nocturnal standards, Discothèque fills up late – its young and fashion-conscious clients don’t even think about showing up before 2am, and it could be nearer to 4am before the party reaches full swing. From the street, club-goers step directly into the main room, a world of flashing lights ... more
Carrer de Tarragona, 141
The only thing you really need to know about clubs in Barcelona is that they don’t really get going until 2 or 3am and they don’t really end until the sun comes up. Not to say that there aren’t plenty of other clubbing options that eschew the wee hours, but if you’re looking for dance parties in the hottest nightclubs, know that you’re in for a late night of sweaty hip-shaking.
Barcelona clubs are scattered all throughout the city and high-end hotspots, alternative rave clubs, and wild gay clubs can be found in Las Ramblas, El Raval, and L'Eixample. Port Olimpic is specifically known for its velvet ropes and celebrity filled hangouts as lines of scantily clad ladies and dapper dressed dons can be found waiting outside the glitzy, exclusive VIP spots.
Barcelona is also known for its nightlife variety as a number of swinging jazz joints and salsa spots bring out all types for toe tapping tunes and some authentic Spanish flamenco.
Clubbing in Barcelona isn’t just a thing to do, it’s more a way of life, and locals fully embrace the late night hours. It also makes it fully understandable why mid-afternoon siestas are so vital to the vitality of this wild and crazy club scene.