(Designed by Brazilian architect Fred Mafra)
The 955m² space has two dance floors, three bars, plus four VIP areas that can be combined into one larger VIP space. In addition, it has two lounges and smoking areas with a retractable roof.With his new design, Mafra went to town with the hexagon and triangle forms.. By using them in the honeycombed ceilings and black-and-white floors, by including padded-vinyl seating and walls, and by lighting the space with creative LED, he’s created an angularly sinful madhouse effect that is destined to help guests forget the outside world.
Rua Antônio de Albuquerque
729 – Savassi
Following a complete refurbishment and redesign, The Krug Room at The Dorchester reopened on 1st October 2009.The Krug Room is without doubt one of the most exciting dining rooms in London. Located within the hotel’s master kitchens, it is the original ‘chef’s table’ and was first opened in the 1940′s. Recently redesigned, the space pays homage to the heritage, elegance and subtlety that is the underlying thread of both Krug’s and The Dorchester’s ethos.The Krug Room can seat up to twelve guests on deep-red leather chairs around a specially commissioned glass table while they enjoy a menu designed specially for them by the hotel’s Executive Chef, Henry Brosi. Whether it be a 3-course lunch or a 10-course degustation dinner,The Dorchester will also select wines to match including champagnes from the world renowned champagne house, Krug with some unique vintages available upon request.The famous chef’s private dining room, originally opened in the 1940s, has been transformed into a magic gem of contemporary glass and red leather. Menus are personally prepared by Executive Chef Henry Brosi, who is on hand to discuss the philosophy and preparation of the meal.
The Krug Room
London W1K 1QA
T: +44 (0) 20 7629 8888
(Designed byKhosla Associates)
Designed by Khosla Associates, the Carbon Bar features a highly faceted interior that boldly references a black diamond. As though sunlight is shining upon this giant jewel, rainbow light prisms are refracted throughout the space. These slivers of dimmable LED lights are pre-programmable, giving them the ability to change color and therefore altering the mood of the space. Aside from the dramatic design, the Carbon Bar is relatively minimalist. Everything lends to the idea of being inside the heart of a diamond.
22 Rajbhavan Road
Above 6 is located at the top of 6 Columbus Hotel and features a retractable roof which allows patrons to imbibe in any weather. The sky‐high perch makes an ideal setting for casual après-‐work cocktails, private sunset events, and socializing between sight-‐seeing excursions. For its highly discerning clientele, Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill has created a summer inspired menu of warm weather elixirs.
6 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
The Library Bar & Cigar Lounge is perfect for enjoying a pre-dinner or late-night drink.Comfortable armchairs, console tables and coffee tables create a library-style club feel. Contemporary cocktails, fine martinis and an extensive range of single malt whiskies are featured, along with a wide selection of wines by the glass and champagnes. A delectable snack menu is offered, and a pianist performs in the evening.A custom-built mahogany humidor is a focal point of the cigar lounge. A selection of Cuban and Dominican cigars are available.
Four Seasons Doha Coast
P.O. Box 24665
T: (974) 4494 8888
Le Bar du Plaza Athénée Paris Designed by noted stylist Patrick Jouin, the Le Bar du Plaza Athénée‘s new-look bar juxtaposes the new with the old. It features a dramatic sculpted and sandblasted translucent glass surface, backlit to a cornflower blue and accessorized with a dozen elongated Louis XV-style metal stools with leather seats. Superjacent small Murano glass lights shine a warm glow on 17th-century paintings by artists such as Claude Gele, which decorate the walls. Libations comes courtesy of Thierry Hernandez, whose signature is actually a blue non-alcoholic cocktail that uses flower extract and comes topped with oxygen-enriched water.
Le Bar du Plaza Athénée
25 avenue Montaigne,
T: +33 1 53 67 66 65
Look out for a bar along Winterfieldstr. with a green door…seriously. Behind the door is a very intimate cocktail bar, styled in that classic, trendy 70′s retro feel. This bar prides itself on truly exotic cocktails and offers an enormous and impressive choice. Test their slogan “the power of positive drinking” and let us know if it works for you.
T: 030 / 215 25 15
Jonge Roelensteeg 21,
The quintisentially British luxury of the Connaught hotel has been given a classic update in the form of it’s sensational new bar, designed by internationally renowned designer, David Collins. Collins, famous for his work at The Blue Bar and The Landau, has gracefully updated what was once the American Bar as part of the Connaught’s recent £70 million refurbishment.
Mayfair London W1K 2AL
+44 (0)20 7499 7070
Everybody is going crazy about Mumbai’s Blue Frog, opened earlier this year. It’s a 1,000-square-meter complex that includes a club, restaurant, lounge, sound stage, recording studio and sound lab, all encased within the massive walls of an old warehouse in Mumbai’s mill district. The Blue Frog Club interior may remind you of those delirious nights at the end-of-summer Exhibition with its midway games, roller coasters and dizzy-making rides. Or you may suddenly start channeling Queen Amidala, addressing the StarWarsian Senate from her floating pod. Luckily, Blue Frog does its dizzying job in a way that is totally stylish – not a tacky thing or overdone costume in sight. And everyone’s table is definitely on level ground, although it does not appear so first.
The Blue Frog
Mathuradas Mills Compound, NM Joshi Marg, Lower Parel, Opposite Kamala Mills Compound, Entrance From Tulsi Pipe Rd
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400013
T: 022 40332300
I love this night club. Best DJ’s in town!
389 Broome Street
Live piano! Cocktails! One of a kind atmosphere, interior and delicious cocktails!
Plaza Library Bar
Probably the only club in Moscow that paid so much attention not only to the interior but also to the design of the facade. At night, the walls are living their lives and teach the audience a variety of visual surprises. Right over your head acrobats are spinning, so the party begins before the entrance to the club. The show doesn’t stop for a moment.It’s the place to be in Moscow!
Mantulinskaya street 5, build 7
Thursday 9pm – 4am
Friday 11pm – 7am
Saturday 11pm – 7am
Orlando di Castello Restaurant
A – 1010 Vienna
The M Bar is the quintessential New York venue for classic cocktails and live music, featuring a domed skylight, mahogany bookshelves, Beaux Arts lighting, and comfortable lounge seating, creating an intimate and elegant atmosphere reminiscent of days gone by.
The Mansfield Hotel
12 West 44th Street (Between 5th and 6th Avenues)
New York, New York 10036
(Numero Bar photos from Isay Weinfeld arquiteto)
Numero bar was built on a very narrow and long strip of land in the Jardins area, in São Paulo.A walkway runs from the street through a hallway/tunnel fully covered in mirrors, leading to the main hall.At the Numero bar entrance, the ceiling is extremely low and the view of the hall – cascaded – is unimpeded. Progressing towards the back, the height gradually increases: descending levels feature comfortable lounging areas, under a ceiling that extends on a continually rising surface.
The low and indirect lighting throughout Numero bar lends the ambience a pleasant and cozy atmosphere, perfect for a relaxing drink at the end of the day, accompanied by friends and to the sound of good music.A room reserved for private functions takes up the lower floor of Numero bar and, contrary to the main hall, features a low ceiling all along, with couches placed in the central axis of the room, built-in overhead lighting throughout, and walls completely covered by antique posters or poster fragments.
R. da Consolacao, 3585*
(R. Oscar Freire)
Red lights dim, music throbs and the lithesome black torso of Brian Scott Bagley, dressed in a white-fringed miniskirt and outrageously high heels, shimmies across the stage. It’s cabaret time at Le Renard.The nightclub (12 rue du Renard; 33-1-4271-8627; is a reinvention, the product of the efforts of Rasmus Michau, a celebrity Paris night-life staple, who renovated an intimate fin-de-siècle burlesque theater and reopened it as Le Renard in November. The décor is a mish-mash of gothic, Art Deco and contemporary styles, with plenty of glitz thrown in. You can sip a pre-dinner cocktail at the bar, stay on for dinner, and next thing you know, around midnight, you may find the irrepressible Mr. Scott Bagley, the resident artistic director, impresario and star attraction, dancing around your plate.“We produce simple, good-quality, seasonal, traditional French food,” Mr. Michau said, “sole meunière tartare, foie-gras poelle, homemade French fries, côte de boeuf — always with a twist.” Expect an average evening to cost about 70 euros (about $90) per person.But be warned: this is not the place for an intimate tête-à-tête.“I am trying to create a crazy energy,” said Mr. Scott Bagley, whose style could be described as a cross between debonair and deliciously hammy, in a pause between wardrobe changes. “It’s Josephine Baker meets the Cotton Club, with a dash of Folies Bergère, 1980s jazz and dancing thrown in.”Le Renard is open Tuesday to Saturday, 8:30 p.m. to 4 a.m.
12 Rue du Renard
T: +(33) 3 3( 0) 14 27 18 62 7
Located in a beautiful barrel-vaulted hall, Tom’s Bar features high ceilings and outside seating on comfortable lounges in the cloister terrace during summer. Once the monastery refectory, Tom’s Bar now offers live music on selected evenings and a variety of teas and cocktails – including the bar’s signature ‘Angel cocktails’ which are inspired by the carefully restored 19th century baroque frescoes.Live Music in Tom’s BarDuring the winter months Tom’s Bar will still be hosting live music from Piano to R&B to Modern & Latin Jazz, we will have music to suit all tastes. The live music nights are Fridays and Saturdays from 8pm until 11pm.Opening hours:Mon – Sun 11.00 until 24.00
The Augustine Hotel
118 00 Prague
T: +420 266 11 22 33
If you’re looking for Tzigan, X doesn’t mark the spot, a feather does. Down the stairs at 55 Gansevoort you’ll find the lowest level of Villa Pacri’s dining and nightlife complex. Named after a community of Eastern European gypsies and inspired by the Cartier Trinity ring, Tzigan is a three room lounge with each room covered in gold, sliver or bronze.Designed by French architect Cyril Duran-Behar and with a capacity of 150, the fireplace in the copper area and the marble bar add to the warmth and intimacy of the venue.The coolest thing about Tzigan is that it offers its most VIP clients the opportunity to partake in a carafe program. If you are lucky enough to be selected, you may rent a shelved box to keep your favorite luxury spirits (Cognacs, Scotch and other rare brandies) stored onsite in crystal carafes made by Baccarat, Lalique or Cristallerie Royale de Champagne.Pascal Ramette, Stephan Courseau, Maxime Paul-Mercier, Remi Laba and Aymeric Clemente have created a unique venue in the Meatpacking District and I am very interested to see what mark they make on the nightlife industry.
55-59 Gansevoort Street
T: 212 924 5559
A bar, a restaurant, but above all an exclusive location based on a completely different basis of hospitality.A sophisticated ambiance that welcomes guests, whether for a glass of fine wine after a tiring day, a late night dinner after the theatre, or to simply kick back and socialise in this uber chic atmosphere.
Piazza Santa Maria Novella, 7
T: +39 55 2645181
T: +44 20 7836 4343
Epic Hotel & Residences.
1st floor, 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way
Miami, Florida 33131
T: (305) 577 0266
Located in Astoria, the new cultural hub and hot spot of New York City, Cienna embodies the atmosphere of both an intimate eatery and a high energy lounge. Contrary to its local counterparts, Cienna is able to fuse the electric nightlife of a Manhattan lounge with a unique dining experience.Close attention was paid to every detail to ensure Cienna has a one of a kind appeal. Our lounge is adorned with tufted leather sofas which seem to be etched out of an endless wall creating modern sleek curves that accent the entire room. Soft flowing curtains encompass a carefully carved masterpiece concealing our secluded dining room. This intimate setting allows guests to enjoy high-end dining while being only an arm’s length away from all the action. Modern LED lighting adds to the surreal aura of our venue accenting the countless hours that have been spent creating the ambiance of this quintessential ultra-lounge.
Cienna Restaurant & Lounge
2818 31st Street
Astoria NY 11102
T: 718 726 0088
Polar NYC reflects Marcel at Gramercy’s commitment to providing an incomparable boutique hotel experience in Gramercy Park. Polar’s design aesthetic integrates the unspoiled natural beauty of the North Pole with the cozy luxury of a high-class yet relaxed champagne and cocktail lounge. Hidden VIP Caves offer dedicated servers and personal sound systems to private parties seeking an evening of sumptuous arctic hibernation
201 East 24th Street,
Super-stylish city centre complex for Glasgow’s A-list and eye-candy. It’s three bars in one: intimate booths under a glass dome in the main bar; gentleman’s club-style piano lounge and cocktail bar next door; exclusive members-only bar upstairs with Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle on the books. Food is modern British, cocktails are Corinthian in spirit and the basement nightclub grooves until 3am.
The Corinthian Club
191 Ingram Street
Glasgow G1 1DA Tel: 0141 552 1101
Named Bar 228 after the hotel’s address on 228 rue de Rivoli, this place has become “the rendez-vous” of Parisians. The cosy atmosphere of Bar 228 has the warmth of British clubs, perhaps due to the many british guests that visited hotel Le Meurice in its early years. Totally reinterpreted by Philippe Starck in December 2007, the warm and hushed decor remains faithful to its origins with wooden bar stools and leather chairs. The atmosphere is subtly warmed by the crackling glow of tobacco shades and highlighted by the sparkle of rare crystal decanters, to be filled at leisure. An exceptional moment to share…Like the festive night scene at Château de Fontainebleau portrayed in the three restored Lavalley paintings hanging on its walls, the Bar 228 offers guests an ideal respite, complete decadent cocktails and lavish décor. The evening sky gives the bar a cozy-but-rich feeling. This setting combined with a selection of over 50 whiskies and malts will keep guests warm throughout the year.300 drink references are available at Bar 228, among them 17 exclusive creations, such as the Cocktail Starcky or The 228.Perfect for a quick lunch, while still elegantly presented. Parisians say it serves the best club sandwiches in Paris! Or try the “Croque Meurice”, which is the “deluxe” version of the traditional croque-monsieur. Bon appétit…Every evening, enjoy two jazz musicians who thrill the soul of Le Meurice, from 7 p.m. to midnight.The pianist is accompagnied by a bass guitarist, a guitarist or a drummer.Open everyday from noon to 2 a.m.
Le Bar 228
Le Meurice Hotel
228 rue de Rivoli
Fairly new members club in Stockholm. I haven’t been there yet but it looks cool.
Safiren Apt 606
Riddargatan 6114 25
“For the design of Delicatessen, nemaworkshop explored the concept of urban identity, namely the vibrant SoHo neighborhood and more specifically the NY newsstand. Typically overlooked because of its ubiquity, the newsstand serves as an atypical yet appropriate model. They are open, in-and-out thoroughfares which foster a unique breed of social energy. In order to capture this energy, the main dining space opens up to the bustling street corner with large retractable steel-and-glass garage doors. Traditional boundaries between street and restaurant evaporate, allowing the main dining space to be loosely defined and astonishingly inviting. Underneath the bar stands a collection of clear soda pop bottles while behind the bar the wall is clad in leather subway tiles.”
54 Prince St
New York, NY 10079
T: (212) 226-0211
Limes Hotel Roof Top Bar
142 Constance Street
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
My Squash is not only a club that offers six professional squash courts, but also a place where you and your children can attend yoga, dance, aerobics and art classes.Designers main goal was to create not just a place to play squash but an extraordinary space attracting people to spend their free time in a beautiful surrounding. Therefore appears a bar, restaurant, large lounge area with comfortable couches and all extra activities.The project is totally detached from convention of sport centers that we know. Nearly fanatical consistency of colors makes My Squash a modern, light in the perception and surprising place. The undeniable advantages of the interior are characteristic lighting made by Puff-Buff Studio as well as white resin floors that gives it a unique atmosphere. Kreacja Przestrzeni Studio designs private and commercial spaces with natural aesthetic sensitivity and desire to ensure that the space around us is pleasant, modern, fresh and surprising – and such is My Squash club.
My Squash Club & Hotel
T: 61 832 03 20
(Photo by Darren Soh, Image Courtesy of Takenouchi Webb)
Tanjong Beach Club
120 Tanjong Beach Walk
A multilevel, multifunctional Philippe Starck–designed fun house—it’s really two restaurants, a basement dance club, and a throbbing scene around the black etched-glass bar. If you’ve seen any of the latest Starck oeuvre, you know what to expect: walls scrawled with apocalyptic graffiti, a design museum’s worth of mix ’n’ match chairs, cryptic unisex bathrooms, and a general sense of dislocation produced by one too many cultural references. More successful than the upstairs dining room is the casual neo-Gothic Petit café. Here, the jeunesse dorée share bowls of mussels in skillfully spiced Thai coconut curry; one of the creamiest pumpkin risottos this side of Mantua; and hamburguesas featuring a succulent chicken patty in a saffrony almond sauce—the chef’s sly take on a folksy Castilian chicken dish called gallina en pepitoria.
Clearly, with Gilbert Yeung at the helm, this isn’t your average billiards club. Nor is it your standard club. A cross between a lounge-billiards hall with the capabilities of turning into a full fledged club, Tazmania Ballroom is just another glam spot to be seen and be seen.
1/F LKF Tower
33 Wyndham Street
Central, Hong Kong
From the owners of Mahiki comes their latest venture for clubbing and drinking. Whisky Mist has an option for membership but isn’t members’ only, and is regularly visited by A-listers and Royals.
35 Hertford Street
London W1J 7SD,
T: 020 7208 4067
Av. Brigadeiro Luis Antônio 227
Spy Bar is located in the heart of Stockholm’s financial district, an area which also boasts some of the city’s most expensive shops. This place was the hottest club years ago, and they’re still my #1 choice when visiting Stockholm. Very stylish and clientele.
Birger Jarlsgatan 20
114 34 Stockholm
T:08-545 076 00
Rua Bela Cintra, 461,
(R. Pedro Taques)
The Sands SkyPark is an awe-inspiring engineering wonder. This unique structural masterpiece, designed by visionary architect Moshe Safdie, floats atop the three soaring Marina Bay Sands hotel towers 200m in the sky. Stretching longer than the Eiffel tower laid down or four and a half A380 Jumbo Jets, with an impressive 12,400 square meters of space, the Sands SkyPark can host up to 3900 people. The gravity-defying cantilever is one of the largest of its kind in the world. From this privileged observation deck, hundreds of visitors at a time can feast their eyes on the unforgettable panorama view.With the Sands SkyPark pool and Observation Deck open, take in the astounding features!
Marina Bay Sands (SkyPark)
10 Bayfront Avenue
(Extra Large Room â‚¬410 EUR per night. If you have a membership to the club you can get the room for only â‚¬385 EUR per night)
Soho House Berlin is a private membersâ€™ club with 40 bedrooms. Located in Berlin Mitte, the late-Bauhaus structure is a listed building with a distinct symmetrical faÃ§ade and notable history.Originally opened in 1928 as a department store, the property was seized by the wartime government before being occupied by the post-war, Communist regime until 1956. It was then used to house the Communist Party archives and the Central Committeeâ€™s Historical Institution. After German reunification the building was legally returned to the descendents of its original owners, but has remained derelict until now.The club is Soho House Groupâ€™s largest to date and will also feature a Cecconiâ€™s restaurant at ground level, opening in Autumn 2010.
Soho House Berlin
T: +49 30 40 50 44 -0
(First Eco-Friendly Nightlife)
Greenhouse – John B, the man behind West Chelsea staples Home and Guest House, went green for his third venture, Greenhouse. The spot has club-goers sitting on couches made from recyclable material all under LED lighting. Add to that toilets that flush efficiently, waterless urinals, table service that comes with fresh juices and offers 360 Vodka in eusable bottle, and you got yourself an LEED-approved nightclub experience. Of course the eco-feel continues in the dÃ©cor, which features walls made of sustainable bamboo and covered in real leaves, moss, and green circles, along with glass beads hung from the ceiling to evoke, we assume, raindrops (Rainforest CafÃ©, anyone?). Given its relatively small space the club promotes some skin-to-skin action, and the music will satisfy those with a penchant for the expected mix of Top 40, house, and hip-hop.
150 Varick Street (Between Vandam & Spring),
New York, NY 10013
T: 212 807 7000
T: +43 0 699 1200 1560
Top of the Strand will include a sliding roof element and is designed by Lydia Marks.Â The rooftop lounge and bar is an urban oasis among the concrete buildings of the garment district, offering visitors an opportunity to relax and take in the stunning skyline views of New York City. The Strand Restaurant, opening soon will feature year round greenhouse dining, a signature Alabaster bar and lounge with a fire place, and during the warmer season a sidewalk cafe seating on 37th street.Â Guest may also enjoy breathtaking city views from Top of the Strand, our indoor/outdoor rooftop lounge and bar.
33 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018
Quai Albert 1er Route de la Piscine
T: +377 93 30 09 09
Prince Building, 10 Chater Road
Central, Hong Kong
T: 852 2537 1388
Vertigo Sky Lounge
Dana Hotel & Spa, 660 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60610
Tel: +1 88 301 3262
My House, the work of world renowned designer Dodd Mitchell (Katana, Sushi Roku, Roosevelt Hotel, Thompson Hotel) is a 10,000 sq. foot nightclub that is designed like a multimillion dollar house.My House includes bedrooms complete with beds and bathtubs, living rooms with enormous flat screen TVs, entertaining room / dancefloor, a fully equipped gourmet kitchen serving fresh baked goodies throughout the night and a magnificent backyard / outdoor patio that boasts fireplaces, BBQ and a jacuzzi.
7080 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA,
T: +01 323 960 3300
(Designed by By Roberto Cavalli)
8 Piazza del Carmine
T: +39 055 211 650
Housed in a dark, ornate, AvroKO-designed basement, La Biblioteca feels like the sitting room of a wealthy Spanish miser who spent years hoarding over 400 types of tequilaâ€”the walls and ceiling are black, the room is lit by dim golden lights, Persian rugs are strewn about, and the main chamber is lined with giant, tufted black sofas and old Mexican chairs covered in red velvet.
622 Third Ave, (@ 40th St)
New York, NY 10017
T: +01 212-808-8110
653 11th Ave, (@ 48th St)
New York, NY 10036
Open Sunday-Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. â€“ 12 a.m.
Wednesday-Saturday from 5:30 p.m. â€“ 2 a.m
Reservations not accepted. Casual Elegant Dress Code Enforced