Blessed with a tropical climate and the best beaches in continental USA the night clubs in Miami are the icing on the cake for travelers, vacationers and snow birds who want to enjoy life and get away from it all. The southernmost state capital receives tourists from around the world all year and is also the hub for most flights comming from South America- not surprisingly it has a deeply embeded Latin culture that exudes anywhere you go.
Miami beach is great fun, but once the sun sets it is time to head back to your hotel in South Beach, get rid of your swimwear, put on your sharpest clothes and head to the night club of your choice and enjoy Miami’s nightlife. There are dozens of clubs from which to choose, but which is the best night club in Miami?
Night Clubs in Miami
Nikki Beach is perhaps the most popular night club in Miami beach. Located in one Ocean Drive it’s just a stone throw away from the beach and is open every day from 11 AM to later in the afternoon Monday to Friday and until 5 am on Saturdays. With a cover charge of around 20USD, it features an open air dance floor and a minimalist restaurant and bar, offering special menus most days including brunch, lunch and dinner. Nikki beach has become a brand itslef, and is the venue of choice for fashion shows and themed parties. Visit www.nikkibeach.com for more info.
BED Miami is one of those nightclubs who aim to attract the bold and the beautiful. Located in 929 Washington Avenue it offers a superb dinning experience in a one-of-a-kind theme club where beds are to be found all over the place for you to enjoy the groovy rythms without even having to sit if you don’t feel like it. Dress codes are strictly enforced, and even if you wear your best clothes entrance is not guaranteed- the bouncers will make the last call. However, if you’re a promoter or a model you’ll get paid to party here. Sign up or learn more at www.bedmiami.com.
Club Space is considered by many to be the best might club in Miami, and not without reason. The most important DJ’s in the world have stopped here at some point in their careers (if not more than one) and the parties attract young crowds who simply want to let loose. People come here to dance and enjoy the live entertainment provided by the club’s dancers, and feel the beat played by the guest DJ of the day. It is located in 34 NE 11 Street, and you can check www.clubspace.com to learn about the upcomming guest DJs and parties.
Set in the space that was originally built as the French Casino in 1936, Club Mansion projects a sensual vibe throughout the venue. With six bars on two levels and a main-room stage to host fashion shows and live performances, Mansion is one of the biggest clubs aimed to please house and techno lovers from everywhere. There is a 20 USD cover fee, drinks are not on not on the cheap side and as a guest mentioned “you don’t have to be naked to get in, but you have to look good and damn sexy if you’re with a guy”. Find out the latest info at www.mansionmiami.com
Every night club in Miami mentioned above is popular and guarantees good fun. However, they all have a cover charge too. The good news is that perhaps the two most famous Miami night clubs are free to enter, just as amusing, are visited by the good looking crowds Miami is known for, and with accommodation near Lummus Park available, you’ll be just a short walk away
Who hasn’t heard about the Clevelander? It’s one of the most famous hotels in Miami , is featured in most Miami movies and has all you need for your night party: it’s a hotel with a restaurant, sports bar, sun decks and night life every single day of the year. Its pools often hold skimpy bikini contests that spice up the mood in the afternoon, opening the way to the entertaining parties that continue well into the night. Make sure you check it out at 1020 Ocean Drive or visit www.clevelander.com.
There is no one club that clearly stands out above the rest, as it all depends on the interests of the visitor and the experience lived that night. Any of these seven night clubs in Miami is sure to make your night one to remember for years to come. But the question is: which is your favoirite?
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