This place is reported to be the 'Largest Club in Central Europe'. And, due to its five, massive clubs on five different floors – it's one of the most advanced venues. Clubbing is big business in Prague.
The building, built at the turn of the 15th century, still retains its olde-worlde charm, and the themed floors are dedicated to paying homage to the building's history. Each floor has mosaic tiles on the walls and floor – some of the partially preserved spa, facilities and Roman Baths are still visible - and they have their own style; ranging from disco to hardcore dance.
The dance music floor is set in an old swimming pool, with lighting effects such as laser beams, laser statues and even a hypercube. Mainstream music can be found on the lowest floor, complete with its very own Oxygen bar. There's also the 50s and 70s Oldies Floor, where you can dance to the timeless classics, as well as a cool Hip Hop level, with stylish seating and light walls. You can also Chill Out on the top floor, with plush baroque-style interiors – boasting gold couches, floor cushions, rugs and soft lighting. This place is packed every weekend, and we'll sort out your entry and jump straight past the long queue.