If you want to hit one of the trendiest nightclubs in Stockholm, then Bergmans Club is a must! This hot Swedish nightclub has everything you need to feel like a high-flying VIP. It is the first international nightclub in Sweden, and it brings together everything that makes clubbing great all around the world, with everything that makes Swedish nightclubs special.
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Walking up to the door at Bergmans can be a little intimidating, we must admit. This venue exudes the energy of every great European VIP club, with a thick velvet rope, a pretty strict looking doorman in a tailored suit, and a high-class atmosphere. It's the sort of place where you either say "I'm not sure I can get in" or "I HAVE to get in!" If you're one of the latter, you will actually find the staff, including security, are incredibly courteous and always eager to ensure their guests get the VIP treatment.
The full bar at this popular Stockholm nightclub comes with all of your big name bottles and classic cocktails, as well as some specialist Swedish drinks and special cocktails. More than enough to tease the palette and keep you busy with something delicious to drink all night!
The music is a lot of dance, a lot of hip hop, and a lot of remixes, expertly worked by some of the best DJs in Sweden. This music medley is very European, but much more of a Mediterranean, Ibiza-style vibe than a Swedish one. It is a much higher energy atmosphere and venue than you will find elsewhere in this wonderful Scandinavian city, and you will find it hard not to dance with some of the sexiest girls and guys in the world rocking out on the dance floor.
The venue only actually fits 250 guests, making it lovely and cosy, a perfect place to meet new people and dance the night away, a great place to go with a few friends, or to bring a girl on a date to really wow her. This exclusive, intimate setting can make it borderline impossible to get in at the door, unfortunately. You will need to be on the guest list to get in most nights.
Bear in mind that opening hours are very much seasonal, so you will need to check well in advance before deciding to show up. Remember: in the world of European clubbing, if you try and show up at the door without a plan, you're going to have a bad time. Instead, make sure to check their opening hours, make sure you're on the guest list, and reserve a table and bottle service to make sure you have a smooth, fun night out.
When it comes to the dress code, it's a very typical club code: no sportswear, no distressed clothes, no streetwear. Men can sometimes get away with jeans, but button-down shirts or polos are a must, as are patent shoes. Women ought to be in dresses and heels, or smart ballet flats.