The Bling Bling nightclub in Barcelona lives up to its name. The venue is glimmering, with mirrors, gem effects, glass, metallic effects, and leather everywhere, it shines like true bling. You will feel like a million bucks partying here.
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The decor focuses on the name. A bold LED wall shines extravagantly, illuminating the whole venue. Everything is perfectly calibrated to bounce the lights, and the whole space glows gold and silver. The lighting itself is a beautiful mix of LEDs, state of the art spotlights, and quirky glowing tulip lanterns, giving the venue a surreal feel and making it all look like some sort of a high-fashion themed fairy wonderland.
The dance floor is a reasonable size, and the state of the art lighting will leave you feeling like a pop star as you mingle and dance. The crowd is energetic and you will feel at one with everything as you rock out to some of the best Spanish pop in Barcelona. If you are not into Spanish pop, then this isn't the place for you, as this is pretty much all it plays in the main room. The second room plays Reggae-ton as well, but usually opens up later in the night.
The booths at this Barcelona nightclub are very comfortable. Even the main room booths are well upholstered and cushy, and the ones in the VIP room you could melt into. If you like more of a lounge environment you will enjoy it here.
The drinks are expensive, but by no means the most expensive in Barcelona, and they taste pretty good, with some high end brand name bottles and some well-mixed traditional cocktails. Well-dressed young women often get a free pass to the VIP area and plenty of free drinks, to keep the party pumping. So if you have a lot of energy and are dressed well, you might get a few drinks in exchange for staying in the VIP.
As is the European standard, the club opens around midnight and stays open most of the night. Here there are no early options: to get into Bling Bling nightclub you need to show up late and party all night long, or not bother in the first place. For this reason it is much more popular with the locals than with tourists, but that doesn't take away from the sheer luxury of the place.
There is no strict dress code, as long as you are clean and trendy. They do encourage men and women alike to dress more smart casual, with men in jeans, polos, and leather shoes, and women in dresses and heels. If they are having a busy night, you might find you cannot get in wearing anything else. But if the night is slow they do let people in wearing trainers or women in jeans, etc. They are also more likely to let you in wearing casual clothes if you have reserved a table or are on the guest list, both of which are recommended.