Opening in November of 2017, The Key Club in Paris is young, fun, and everything you want in a hot Paris nightclub. It prides itself in being an "electro club", that is, a club focusing on electronic music, DJ performances, and the best high end displays and state of the art sound systems. The future is now at The Key nightclub.
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Inside, the decor is absolutely thrilling. The venue that once housed the Madeleine Plaza Club, Culture Hall Nightclub, and the Milliardaire Club was getting tired after so many changes and lives. Having been through many remodellings, this perfectly located club was in desperate need for modernity and new life. Inspired by Ibiza nightlife, the new design embraces brightness, light, colour, and electronic details. Including a few rockabilly details among all of the electronic and futuristic designs, it really is one of the most beautiful nightclubs in Paris now.
The Key nightclub hosts a variety of DJs, but expect the music to lean towards electronic and techno, with strong upbeat dance tunes and not many songs with vocals. The featured DJs are typically well known Paris DJs, but this trendy dance club also invites international DJs to perform from time to time as well. It seems around one in ten of their DJs will be international.
The service at The Key in Paris is five stars. The staff do their very best to make sure that everyone has a great time, and if you make sure to get on the guest list or book VIP service, you will feel like king or queen of the castle! There is even a secret room that you can open with a fingerprint if you are one of the true Key Club elite.
What is more, the club features more than just music and bottle service. Thanks to its ties to Ibiza clubs, the Key Club Paris is bringing true showtime to the French capital. Alongside the DJs you will be able to see dancers and performers putting on a show worthy of Vegas. Look out for go go dancers, cabaret, etc.
Expect to pay a cover charge at this popular Paris nightclub, even if you have a reservation. Sometimes the fee will be waived for well dressed, beautiful young women, or for people who are on the guest list, but it really depends how busy they are that night. So bring money to make sure. Besides that, the cloakroom is mandatory. If you bring a coat or a bag, you have to pay to let them look after it for you. If you aren't comfortable leaving your belongings at the desk, then you may want to leave them in your vehicle.
As for getting in, a reservation is absolutely a must. It is packed wall to wall pretty much every night, and on nights where they have special guest DJs or special events, literally nobody gets in at the door. Reserving bottle service, or a VIP table, is the only way of getting in most days.