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Tresor

Contacts

Country: Germany

City: Berlin

Address: Köpenicker Str. 70, 10179 Berlin

Phone number: +49 30 6953770

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@tresorberlin was awesome. More of this please!
@tresorberlin was awesome. More of this please!
My best experience in a club!<br />
Big thx @tresorberlin...
My best experience in a club!
Big thx @tresorberlin...
Thanks to all the dancers for the great vibe at @tresorbe...
Thanks to all the dancers for the great vibe at @tresorbe...
#Tresor is cool, must visit!
#Tresor is cool, must visit!
Playing at Tresor last Friday was one of my favorite gigs...
Playing at Tresor last Friday was one of my favorite gigs...
It was a pleasure! <br />
#nothingmoretosay #tresor
It was a pleasure!
#nothingmoretosay #tresor
Monday festivities
Monday festivities
TRANCE. TECHNO. TRESOR
TRANCE. TECHNO. TRESOR
What a night
What a night
Grungy & underground, truly berlin.<br />
#tresorberlin #...
Grungy & underground, truly berlin.
#tresorberlin #...
Club Tresor. Located in an abandoned power plant, this is...
Club Tresor. Located in an abandoned power plant, this is...
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Reviews

#1
This review is based off the establishment. Personally I thought the music was horrible and trance techno is tough to listen to.

Tresor is cool. Really cool. Great grundgy spot for a fun party if you like techno. Def a spot to go in Berlin.

It's hot, it gets crowded, but there are multiple floors and you can walk around fairly easily.

Bartenders are nice and the drinks are decently priced.

I love the old look and feel to the building. Almost like something out of a horror movie.

It was very easy to get in because we had New Years tickets and were there at 1030pm. Most people didn't get there until 230ish.

This was a trip back in time. I got a great idea on what the 1990s club scene looked like back in the day.

I would come back.
Review by Chuck G.

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#2
I always wanted to see what an underground techno club would be like and Tresor was just that. I was in Berlin on days where Berghain was closed so I had to find an alternative, Tresor was the next option. I was a little scared having read the reviews given that they turn a lot of people down, especially if you look like a tourist. I followed the instructions to the t - got there at 12:30am, wore all black and kept a chill profile. The line was long and while I was there I saw plenty of people getting rejected - guys and girls alike - but I had no problems going in. Pictures and videos are not allowed and they enforce this rule by covering your camera as soon as you go in. I think this makes the experience 10x better as everyone is in the moment. The space looks like a cool abandoned warehouse and I loved everything about it. Unfortunately since I went on a Monday only the main room was open, I would've loved to check out the basement! The dj was great and drinks were cheap (I think it was about 5 euros for a beer? I don't remember too well). I was by myself all night and still had an awesome time. I never felt neither unsafe nor creeped out by anyone. Time flew by and next thing I knew I came out of the club at almost 6:00am.

If you love techno and you can get past the bouncers, you're def. in for a treat!
Review by Rossy M.

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#3
Before going on my 3rd trip to Berlin, I decided to read about clubs and I've seen places calling Tresor "A tourist trap", which I have to disagree.
1st of all, there is A LOT of cry babies posting reviews, that know NOTHING about Berlin amazing door policies. Yes , I said amazing, because you are not allowed to use your phone like an idiot or take pictures for your favorite social media. If you are a tourist, go by the rules, this is their home not yours, so if you want to get in make sure you respect the rules (Both oficial and unwritten ones. Ask the locals). Oh and I don't speak german, yet got inside with no problem at all.

In this trip I was looking for a genuine, underground techno club, with a dirty feeling mixed with freedom. I found it in Tresor, right in my first night.
When I got inside, I went upstairs as my friends wanted to, and I felt disappointed because the music was too light. However, I decided to go downstairs, and that's where the REAL PARTY begun. The underground room is A MUST! Dark, lots of smoke, hard loud music, orgasmic sound system, amazing people, and the list goes on and on and on. The access to that room is the typical thing I was looking for, a dark tunnel with markings on the wall, sparkling lights and smoke. I really enjoyed the whole experience. You have several bars, many rooms where you can sit and chill, or the upstairs room if hard mode is not your thing.

11/10 would go again. Next time in Berlin I will repeat this. Please don't change :D
Review by ZippeR52

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#4
Very good! The music was mystic, as expected. Way more than one atmosphere will help you to find your memorable moment. Friendly staff.
Review by Migue Ahedo

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#5
Very disappointed! Girl bouncer turned us down because we were a group of friends (we were not drunk or loud) with no reason at all! Everybody else went in. It is really sad because it is my first time in Berlin and this is a big reason not to go back ever again. Enjoy your so called freedom!
Review by Andrea Habek

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#6
Great, if you get in
If you're after some heavy techno and massive anxiety in the queue that you're never going to get in then this is the place for you
Review by georgebrown19

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#7
Super Awesome Night
Before going we read all the reviews and most of them were annoyed that the staff was rude or that they will turn you away. Guess it was our lucky night cos my partner and myself were not turned out. We were allowed to go in, Staff were cordial and put stickers on the front and back camera of our phones. Cloak room was well organised and our jackets were there when we picked them up. The atmosphere was super! We went on their 28th Anniversary weekend so there was a super eclectic vibe! Optic Nerve smashed the night. We danced like no tomorrow, drinks were reasonably priced and people were super nice and friendly. The sound was just perfect, my ears were fine after the party unlike other techno parties I usually go to. I highly recommend this venue. Just be mature in the line and do not make noise etc and you will get it. There was a long line and we waited for 30mins but it was totally well worth the wait. The toilets were clean too!
Review by TriD9

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#8
Love this club!
We went to Tresor in March. OMG this club is amazing! We loved the music, the vibes and the people. The bouncer at the door was very friendly and it was not difficult to get in, even as a tourist. If you love techno, this is the club you want. If you're not a techno lover; please don't go. THANK YOU TRESOR FOR THIS AWESOME NIGHT
Review by MissK454

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#9
Trans music
The music is in harmony with the place. Music must be expereinced in this place, which is an old power plant. It really has an interesting sense.
Review by harafaraway

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#10
Loving this place! Good service, good beers, good prices! Smoking inside allowed and generous happy hour on weekdays.
Review by Paul Sackmann

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#11
I must have been at the right spot in line because I was the first person let in.  All 10-12 people in front of me were turned away at the open.  I stayed till 6 am and enjoyed my first foray into the Berlin techno scene.  The downstairs area was intense!  I won't go again only because I enjoyed it and I don't want to become disappointed by testing my luck and not getting in next time.
Review by Andrew Miller

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#12
We were a group of 3. Inside Tresor is cool: dark, smoky,  and the corridor from one hall to another seems like a mysterious road, and friendly stuff especially at the cloak room and the bars: one of the baristas there even let me charge my phone. The sets were great, exactly what I wanted and the last dj even played couple more tracks as we requested at the end of the day at 12 pm because we did not want to leave. If you like darkness, hardcore sets and dance until you "die", Tresor is the spot.
Review by Jeyhun Veliyev

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Description

The new incarnation of an old techno institution, Tresor Club is set in an abandoned power plant spanning 22,000m² on Köpenicker Straße in Berlin's Mitte neighbourhood - a labyrinth of concrete passages mazing into basement vaults and industrial halls. Inside there are three separate but connected floors: Globus and +4Bar for house and experimental electronic music, and, of course, the famed vault which, reached through a 30m long tunnel, carries the Tresor sound uncompromisingly. The club is open every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The club became the formative stylistic starting point of a worldwide music and youth movement. The Tresor cellar, with its dance floor pressed between bank safes, the unique sound and the dense fog, became a symbol of the successful reunification of the youth of two formerly separated German states, who danced and celebrated here together from the club’s inception. DJs and artists from Detroit were the main inspiration for the sound of the vault – the now famous Berlin-Detroit connection resulted in a very special friendship between the two cities. As a club and record label, Tresor had already become a worldwide magnet and advertisement for the city of Berlin. Over the past 25 years Tresor has created many historic moments in the musical and party history of the city. From Jeff Mills’ first sets on three turntables, to the grandiose Tresor Park parties, to various chapters of the Loveparade with Sven Väth in the 90s and since then countless generation-spanning parties, that represented for their visitors the highlights of their personal clubbing experiences. The history of the club was always eventful and not without complications. From the temporary closure by the authorities in the early years, to several raids, all the way to the closure and demolition of the old location in 2005, the years of wandering in exile and the resurrection in the new location Kraftwerk Berlin.

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