We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Interesting experience. Not sure if it’s worth the entrance fee. Music isn’t perfect but there’s an amazing vibe in the place that makes you want to stay. Worth exploring. I am happy I ended up visiting and not missing this experience.
It's been awhile since I've been to a gay club and this proved to be a very welcome re-acquaintance with the genre. I appreciated the spaciousness, area of smoking (despite not being a smoker myself), mixed crowd, and addition of a dark room which was...More
Having been to Berlin for 8 years, I have only recently visited this club, and it was absolutely worth it. Within an old warehouse, it has the exposed brick, discarded post-industrial look about it. Three rooms of music mean you can venture about, and also...More
very big clubs with 3 dance floors, hosting different djs and music. most guests are young juicy boys. but nowadays some Arabs refugees pretend to be gay and harass girls there, so girls better watch out when having fun there
This is a must go place in Berlin for a night out! There is something for everyone here with a great array of music being played in all of the rooms. My friend and I had a great night here where we loved every moment...More
A really disappointing club given the hype. Their idea of DJing in the main dance room was someone who played (and struggled) from an iTunes playlist.
Meanwhile, the cloakroom charges 5 euros per item, so the place is full of teenage girls swinging large handbags...More
No Berlin neighbourhood is more popular with the young and jet-set crowd than the old worker's district of Neukölln. With so many Turkish settled here, the area became known as “Little Istanbul“. Today the percentage of foreigners is still high and visitors still frequent the Turkish shisha bars. In the daytime, they also visit the designer shops and sit by the canal in one of the street cafés up and down
Westerstrasse or at Maybachufer, having a beer and waving to the sightseeing boats as they float by. But at night, Neukölln is dominated by increasingly young, alternative, and international crowds. This is particularly evident in the northern section of the district where there are many bars, funky clubs, galleries and restaurants. There, the night never seems to end.