Party Earth Review One of the most well-known clubs in Berlin, Week End is a chic nightspot located in an old GDR office building that comes alive on the weekends when a trendy clientele shows up to dance the night away. Bouncers greet patrons... ... read full review
Th–Sa 11pm–late; Terrace open in summer only
Mitte, Berlin –
One of the most well-known clubs in Berlin, Week End is a chic nightspot located in an old GDR office building that comes alive on the weekends when a trendy clientele shows up to dance the night away.
Bouncers greet patrons at the entrance and point them to the elevators, where another bouncer escorts them up to either the club on the 12th floor or the club and terrace on the 15th floor.
The terrace, located up a short flight of stairs and open only in the summer, is a lovely space with low white lounge sofas, a sleek bar, and a spectacular view of the Berlin skyline – perfect for taking a break from the noise and crowds.
The club just below it features a bar and dance floor where a large bank of flashing colored lights enhances the hypnotic effect of the music as dancers pack the floor or take refuge on the raised white sofas along the walls.
A second dance floor on the 12th floor, which opens for bigger events, features huge picture windows from which to enjoy the view. And just as beautiful as the panorama is Week End’s stylish clientele, a diverse international mix that likes to party hard and look good doing it.
International, sophisticated, well-dressed, and beautiful, 20s to 30s.
DJs, some with big names, play electronica, techno, and house music.
Cover charge €10–€15. Beer €3.50, wine €4, cocktails €7–€10, mixed drinks €6.50+, shots €3–€4.
Any weekend night after midnight.