Moma 56

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Moma 56 Fashion-conscious bouncers keep the red carpet moving at Moma 56, Madrid's premier club that caters to young professionals who like to have fun and look stunning in the process. Madrid Spain 40.4380588 -3.6918291
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Party Earth Review Fashion-conscious bouncers keep the red carpet moving at Moma 56, Madrid’s premier club that caters to young professionals who like to have fun and look stunning in the process. Inside, plush white chairs surround the... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    Th–Sa midnight–6am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Moma 56 Review

The Scene

Fashion-conscious bouncers keep the red carpet moving at Moma 56, Madrid's premier club that caters to young professionals who like to have fun and look stunning in the process.

Fashion-conscious bouncers keep the red carpet moving at Moma 56, Madrid’s premier club that caters to young professionals who like to have fun and look stunning in the process.

Inside, plush white chairs surround the open dance floor, while a large screen projects music videos and random visuals. Lasers zip and dart over the crowd as blue and pink lighting pulsates to the thunderous techno beats and bounces off the modern steel walls and pillars.

Polished metal stools around the bar, meanwhile, provide a comfy perch for mingling with the stylish and upscale clientele over cocktails.

No detail has been overlooked, from the gleaming marble floors to the carefully appointed décor, making the place an elegant but high-energy venue where sleek and attractive partiers go to unwind, cool their heels, and then warm them up again with a night of dancing.

Despite the sophisticated atmosphere, Moma 56 is hardly refined – when this crowd plays, they play hard, so guests should be prepared for an electrifying night at this posh nightclub.

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Tip from Adriana:

The energy here picks up around 3am, so be ready to dance until the sun comes up.

  • Crowd

    A sophisticated, young professional crowd, late 20s to late 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Mostly house and electronica.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    None.

  • Prices

    Cover charge €12, includes one drink. Cocktails €7–€11.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Dressy.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursdays and Saturdays.

Moma 56 User Reviews

Average rating:
Depends on your taste
Jake S. Jun 4, 2013
Moma can be fun in doses, that is to say I do not know anyone who frequents the place religiously. It is very elegant and popular but the combination of unnecessary effort in dressing up and getting in, crowded atmosphere, high priced drinks and lack of seating make it a place I can do without. The clientele is young and flashy, meaning even if you're dressed to impress you will simply blend in. Whether or not someone enjoys Moma depends on what you look for when you go out, if you like to dress up and buying 10 euro drinks validates you in any way then you will like it. My feeling is people just go there to do just that, validate themselves as if being at Moma serves as a stamp of approval. This place is mainly Spanish so it might just be a clash of cultures, I have been many times and I have enjoyed myself, but there are better and more unique places to party at in the city.
Rough Crowd
Timmy K. Mar 20, 2013
Lined outside, you'll find clubbers in their late teens and early twenties assembled en masse. Moma 56 was my first club experience in Madrid, and would be a standout establishment were it not for the clientele. My friends and I couldn't stand to wait the hour estimated to get through the line, so we shucked out the extra euros for VIP service, complementary bottles included. The DJ's played older pop music from the US, disappointing my expectations for raging house music. The "posh" crowd was more inconsiderate than expected and after a few too many altercations, we decided to leave. If a classier style accompanied by mainstream beats is more your taste, Moma is a great choice, but be ready for a slightly pompous crowd.
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