Quality Hotel Batman's Hill on Collins
623 Collins Street
Melbourne, VI 3000
Phone: (61) 3 96146344
Fax: (61) 3 96141189
You can guarantee your nights to be loaded with of fun and energy while you spend it at the Bubble Nightclub. Brimming with youthful mirth, the music is captivating. A place for the young to chill out and let loose, it is worth a visit. So while in the city and wishing to revel in the youthful ecstasy, step in the Bubble Nightclub. For further information, log on to their website.
Located inside The Bottom End, Survivor is a massive dance club with three unique zones. The Survivor! Club of Legends features the country's top as well as internationally renowned DJs during their weekend extravaganzas and also hosts live gigs by local bands. With a good sound system, tasty bites and fine drinks, this is a popular destination for all the party hoppers of the city.
Tatou is located in the heart of the city. Spread over multiple levels, it attracts a mixture of after work drinkers and young club goers, with dance and retro music. One of the pioneers in Melbourne of the "day club" concept, it sometimes gets busy on Sunday mornings and afternoons when guest DJs play progressive house. The crowd is largely European and sharply dressed, and the doormen can be picky: wear black to fit in!
One of the well known alternative, metal and punk nightclubs in the city, Bang is located within the Royal Melbourne Hotel. Saturday night sees many local and popular international names coming down to play here. The drinks come cheap with the music. Names such as House Vs Hurricane, Bagster and MDK, Dead Letter Circus have performed here.
Sorry Grandma is a club located at Little Bourke Street and is quite the place for making some noise and to dance and dance like there is no tomorrow. There are gigs happening here regularly and DJ music plays mostly on Friday and Saturday nights. A whole bung of outside artists perform here as well beside the regulars. The food and drinks are pretty reasonable since the main motivation for people to come here is to dance finally. Come here if you want to twist and shout.
Just lay back and relax with a refreshing cocktail and get introduced to a wonderful world of exotic blends and colorful concoctions. Pick from an extensive list of European and Australian wines either with or without food. Team this up with excellent service and delicious food at extremely reasonable rates and you'll find that La Di Da is a place you'll never want to leave. Quaint and charming, this bar makes for the perfect place for a refreshing evening. They also have a line-up of events, music by DJs and parties scheduled each month. Check the website for details.
POD (Tunnel) Nightclub is a popular nightclub that can welcome about 1000 party animals and is always buzzing with various theme nights and musical evenings. The ambiance here is very chic and many renowned DJs are known to spin some great tunes on the dance floor. You can either let your hair down on the sprawling dance floor or head to the bar that will keep you in high spirits.
Psychedelic lights, constantly spinning music and the crowds lost to the beats of music of different kinds: that's the kind of mood you'll see when stepping into this uber-cool club. A regular hangout for youngsters considering the number of events that take place here, Brown Alley is one place people never feel like leaving. And they don't have to either, since the club is Melbourne's only 24-hour place! With a capacity for a good crowd of 1200, this club is great for all kinds of private events when hired as a venue. They offer DJ facilities and the restaurant is well-equipped to keep the crowds going before or after a night of dancing.
At the Crown Entertainment Complex, Fusion is one of the city's most fashionable nightlife spots. Thursday to Sunday the club brings the roof down with house, R&B, cabaret, 80s cover bands and more. Resident DJs Damion De Silva and many more usually entertain the crowd while USA DJ Richard Vission, Australian DJ Sax on Legz and duo Ping Pong are also regular features at the club. The club also has a VIP mezzanine floor exclusive for special guests. Do visit the website for more information on ways to shake that tail-feather at Fusion!
Indicative of the hip trend in inner Melbourne is Chaise Lounge; a low-lit, retro hideaway that is an 'underground' club in both senses of the word. Beaded dividers separate areas, paraphernalia hangs from the walls and scattered comfortable couches create intimate spaces within the room. The funky decor attracts young urban fringe dwellers that love music. Different genres of music is played all night and Tuesdays feature live jazz. There is no kitchen on site, but snacks such as chips and nuts are available at the bar. On Fridays though, free sushi is passed around to patrons.
CIROQ Melbourne is open only once a week and promises to be a paradise for clubbers. Dance away till wee into the morning to the beats of celebrated guest DJs. Envelop yourself with the booming sound of music in the midst of like-minded revelers.
Previously known as the QBH and Queensbridge, Embassy is a popular nightspot known for its chic decor and buzzing ambiance. With six bars spread across three levels, you are sure to be here in high spirits. Foot-tapping numbers spun by renowned DJs, a large dance floor and great live music acts, all make this place one party hot spot.