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Karlovy Lázně

Karlovy Lázně

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Country: Czech Republic

City: Prague

Address: Smetanovo nabrezhi 198/1 | Praha 1, Prague 110 00, Czech Republic

Phone number: +420 222 220 502

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Reviews

#1
Very quiet on a Sunday!
We came here on a Sunday night to find it very quiet and only a few of the floors were open. It's 180 CZK (£6 / €7) to get in, but the drinks prices were quite reasonable. The draught beer was 45 CZK (£1.50 / €1.75) and service was friendly. I didn't see anyone order anything else other than beer, but there was quite a lot of people who were just drinking soft drinks.

We arrived about 10:30pm and were the first ones there ... it did get a little busier and certainly the 'dance' themed floor filled up, but it was still very quiet.

Some of the music didn't really fit with the 'theme' of the floor, and was a little random at times.

That aside, it was good fun and would recommend if you're in Prague.
Review by S1805

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#2
Fun Night
We visited on a weekday so only 3 floors were opened but I think there’s meant to be 5 different floors altogether. We were expecting it to be quiet because it’s a weekday but it was surprisingly busy (which we were glad about), it wasn’t packed full of people but a nice amount of people where you don’t have to fight to get to the bar. The 1st floor was like R&B/oxygen and ice bar which I thought was really edgy but didn’t end up spending that much time there, the 2nd floor is club music (really good remix for music) and 3rd floor is throwback and classics which is a personal favourite of ours. The drinks were reasonably priced if you like spirits and cheap if you like drinking beer. We paid 180 CZK (which is cheap if you think about it in GBP) to get inside but prices could be different on weekends. Overall, good night with different floors to meet different music taste and vibes.
Review by TulKang

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#3
Great night
Super great night, I went out with 4 other friends and it was the best club ive ever been too. yes its expensive but consider the fact that they let it anyone 16+ which is really good. theres 5 different floors with different types of music so you can find something for yourself. This club is a either you like it or you dont.
Review by mariamaks21

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#4
Party with a robot DJ
Known as the largest disco of central Europe, Karlovy has 5 floors of distinct and awesome dance music. Keep switching basis your mood to dance to 60s music like Grease, new age pop, EDM, whatever suits you, across the 5 floors where one of which also hosts a robot DJ that is much to watch by itself.
Great place and must visit for all tourists of Prague.
Review by Dumz

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#5
Awesome club
Absolutely loved this place, we ended up going back there again. The oldies floor is wicked, the different kinds of music on each level are great and the drinks are pretty cheap. Had a great time in this club and woukd definitely go again.
Review by Inspire824714

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#6
5 stories, 5 kinds of music
With five different leveks and five different kinds of music what is not to live about this place. Tbrow in an ice bar and cheap drinks (by nightclub stabdards) and i woukd find it impossible to have a bad night here. Absolutely loved the place and would definitely go back! Awesome club!
Review by Alexandra-Oke

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#7
Went in for the Ice Pub stayed for the oldies floor!
Went in for the Ice Pub and stayed for the oldies!
We booked the Ice Pub online- which was ok- but a good laugh.
The rest of the club however was brilliant- we weren’t intentionally going to stay for the night but we did and had a great time! Spent most of the time on the oldies floor, spent a little time on the current music floor. All in all, a great night! The oxygen bar was also an added highlight- didn’t feel like it worked... but very amusing at the time!
Review by 897billyl

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#8
Quantity over Quality
Classic example of quantity over quality. Yes there are five floors with plenty to do, but they’re all pretty blah. It’s not very clean and the dance floors are a mess. For 300 Kč cover id expect a lot more or at least a free drink. A lot of the guys there are pretty aggressive. All in all, this club is very disappointing. The bar next door sounded like just as much fun and probably would’ve been a fraction of the cost.
Review by 38clayg

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Description

Karlovy Lazne is the largest facility of its kind in Central Europe. Thanks to its five music clubs on five separate floors, it is also one of the best technically equipped club’s in the world. The themed floors are one-of-a-kind for their original character, which is further enhanced by the historical interior and architecture of the building built at the turn of the 15th century, which have been preserved. The original mosaic tiling of the hallways and walls, mosaic pictures in the main rooms and partially preserved old spa facilities and pools in the style of Roman baths, which now serve as dance floors (without water of course) on two floors of the club. Together with modern facilities and music to suit all tastes certainly creates an entirely unique atmosphere, which has made Karlovy Lazne one of the most visited dance club’s in the Czech Republic.

With the exception of public spas, in the past Karlovy Lazne also housed a café and even the newspaper editorship of Karel Havlíček Borovsky. From the second half of the last century, the building was abandoned and gradually began to deteriorate. At the end of the 1990s, an idea was born to reconstruct the devastated building, which stands just 100m away from Charles Bridge and to establish a music club. Karlovy Lazne welcomed its first visitors on 1.12.1999.

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