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So we went on a Saturday. It’s supposed to be a gay club, but was minimum 70% straight with very aggressive guys. The staff, to be fair, were helpful and friendly.
The music was bad, with a dance floor in the toilets, which is odd,...More
At the entrance of the Club, there were two guys, one host and one bouncer. The host asks me how many people are with me, I said that we are all 10, but we not getting in as a group, we are only 3 now....More
We walked by at 1:30 am. Not too big of a line. 10 EUR to enter. Lockers inside for 2 EUR coin. Multiple dance floors, cheap drinks, sound quality was surprisingly good. Good mixture of straight and gay people on the night we went. Party...More
Went there on a thursday night and it was a big dissapointment. They have the worst bouncers ever. They will kick you out for the most random reasons. There are plenty nicer alternatives in Amsterdam that you can visit.
I am assuming that me and my friend had a ball in this club because we woke up with a note on our phone, reminding us to praise a member of staff for quality and friendly service.
From what we remember, the club had a...More
Watch out with the security guy in front of the Club! He is a wild bull!!! So aggressive...
Me and my friends will never ever be back again. I went outside to smoke, when he said that I had to smoke at the smoking area....More
My husband and I went here during New Year's Eve. The club’s ads were very enticing. Organised as we are, we have booked the tickets online (35 euros for EACH ticket only for the entrance : w/o any drinks included) and made sure to arrive...More
The bouncer should be totally ashamed of himself. I was denied entry being told it is only for "familiar face" on a Friday night. How did he know that I'm not a familiar face? There was no check on the computer system. Did he know...More
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