Don't waste your time. The only excuse for going here is if you're staying at the Paris or are visiting friends at the Paris and you're too lazy to make other plans. The dance floor is small, the lighting is weird, too many guys, not that many attractive people. The bathroom's nice, and it's easy for girls to get in (no line, no cover). That's about it. Basically, there's nothing going on here to make it worth even a pause on your clubbing itinerary. Next!
Blah. The club was really small and there weren't many people there. The atmosphere was also nothing special, although ladies got in free and there was no line.
wasot empressed. i was thinking i was going into a very upscale place,i was not very happy i think the service could have been alot better
Pseudo-naughty trendsters and exotic cocktails: What else would one would expect from a club that bills itself an "ultra-lounge"?.
Beyond a matrix of affected doormen is a multilevel loft, heavily ornamented with velvet curtains, bamboo plants, mirrors and votive candles. Red hues, recessed seating areas and a sleek bar lined with Red Bull cans and chilled vodkas give the adjacent Salon Priveé a Soviet bloc feel; away from the booming amps, this room is more conducive to legitimate lounging.
avoid. We went there on a saturday night because we had free passes. Bad music on a bad sound system that repeated itself every 30 minutes - couldn't hear someone screaming in your ear. We waited almost an hour to get into the empty club. No places to sit, and the 3-to-1 guy/girl ratio isn't worth paying for. The design wasn't all that spectacular, and there was kind of a weird smell. If you get a free pass (they hand them out by the guest elevators), then it's worth going for a few minutes to see how true this review is.
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