Party Earth Review Patrons are surrounded by a jungle atmosphere at Le Maori, a relaxing New Zealand-styled restaurant that transforms into a hot dance spot that attracts a boisterous, fun-loving crowd. Lined with gray stone and Mayan statues, the dining space has the feel of a modern cave, and serves up diverse fare from all over the world ... more
15 Rue Masséna
Club / Fusion Restaurant
Party Earth Review One of the most well-known clubs in Cannes and a haven for the rich and famous, Bâoli commands attention with its amazing view of the water amid a grove of palm trees and lush vegetation. Popular with a wealthy jet-setting clientele, this exclusive club treats guests like royalty with impeccable service and a luxurious ... more
1 Boulevard de la Croisette
Club / Cuban Restaurant
Party Earth Review Just a little way past the pedestrian walkway of Rue Masséna sits La Havane, an upscale salsa venue offering live Latin music and dancing almost every night of the week. Tiki-style umbrellas on the patio put the high energy patrons in an island state of mind, while inside, the red lighting, Latin beats, palm trees, tropical ... more
32 Rue de France
Party Earth Review An expansive, packed dance floor is the main attraction at Le Village, easily the most popular club in Juan-les-Pins. The well-dressed and rather affluent clientele is already lined up by midnight, waiting to step through the enormous doors and into a night of great music and frenzied dancing. The club prides itself on ... more
1 Boulevard de la Pinède
Party Earth Review Opened in 1956, Whisky à Gogo has enjoyed a long history as one of Juan-les-Pins’ most popular clubs, as evidenced by the many entertainers, musicians, actors, and famous locals who have made appearances over the years. Still going strong, the trendy venue continues to draw a diverse and fashionable clientele that shows ... more
5 Rue Jacques Leonetti
Party Earth Review Open exclusively during the summer, Palais is the largest and most popular nightclub from Monaco to St. Tropez, attracting three thousand stylish clubbers every night. Located in the same building where the Cannes Film Festival is held, the club consists of one immense, open room surrounded by a balcony and features an ... more
3 Boulevard de la Croisette
Party Earth Review Patrons shouldn’t be fooled by Le Milk’s posh décor – those white leather sofas were made for dancing, so visitors can feel free to climb on up and join the fashionable clientele in a little bad behavior. It may be the poshest nightclub in Juan-les-Pins, but dancing atop tables and chairs is as commonplace as purchasing ... more
3 Avenue Georges Gallice
Party Earth Review Tucked away between two high-fashion shops in downtown Juan-les-Pins and identifiable only by its discreet neon blue M, Minimal Club is one of the more casual and unpretentious dance clubs in town. The venue attracts a laid-back clientele of true music lovers and regular clubbers in the mood to escape some of the glitz ... more
2 Avenue Guy de Maupassant
An upper crust playground for hundreds of years, the French Riviera is where the rich and famous of today come to party in some of the hottest most exclusive clubs in the world.
The French Riviera clubs boast incredibly tight door policies, exorbitant bottle-service prices, and a see-and-be-seen crowd of famous celebrities, models, actors, and mega-loaded finance types who mix and mingle to DJ heavy beats while admiring each other’s tans. Some of the hottest clubs in the French Riviera are in Cannes and really get rocking with celebrity clientele during the annual film festival where A-listers bypass the velvet ropes to flirt with their equally hot and talented counterparts.
But beyond the jet-setting scene, there are plenty of great, down-to-earth, accessible nightclubs in Nice and beyond where waiting in line is merely a capacity issue and doormen are there to simply break up scuffles. Here, dance-happy students, young professionals, and bachelorette and birthday groups dance late into the night, celebrating the fact that they’re in the most expensive part of the world and didn’t pay a dime to get in.
High-end or otherwise, the French Riviera party scene goes late, and there’s just something about being in the sun all day that makes partying at night that much better.