Econo Lodge Sydney South
40-44 Wentworth Avenue
Sydney, NS 2010
Phone: (61) 2 82628844
Fax: (61) 2 82628845
Standing pretty right next door to Glori Jeans Coffee is Slide. The modern, super-chic club is a hue hit with patrons and visitors alike and is touted as one of the best clubs in Sydney. Ultra modern decor, very hip music and events that have crowds yelling for more, are a few of the reasons for the club's success story. With weekly cabaret nights, El circo, acrobatics and live music, Slide just keeps getting better by the day. Do check the website for timing details.
Located in the Darlinghurst neighborhood of Sydney, this amazing bar-cum-nightclub, proves to be the ultimate spot for hanging out on weekends. Unlike a typical nightclub, with dance floor and maddening lights, this one is much more sober, and remains perfect for those who don't like it too loud. With a range of music genres being played on the system, the club also hosts live music events and performances. A small dance floor with water effects adorns the center of Cliff Dive, while the bar remains to be humble and unpretentious. Tropical style cocktails are served in monkey-hatted containers, along with a range of other high spirits. Drop by with a bunch of friends, to enjoy the night, or just make some, whilst grooving on the amazing songs.
Since 1993 Q Club has been the home to the city's party parade at night-time. If you're not much of a dancer you could shoot some pool or play pinball. Hollywood's biggies and not, all have a place and a move to bust here at Q.
The Exchange Hotel has been in business for over a century and plays host to some of the most happening parties in town. Located on the popular Oxford Street, this glamorous venue comprises of five spaces; Q-Bar, Spectrum, Phoenix, Nevada Lounge and Vegas. Each of these exude their own unique vibe and style. The hotel organizes an array of concerts, DJ nights and dance events with underground, electronic dance and funk genres dominating the scene.
One of the places satiating the music-hungry youth of Sydney, Spectrum has been on the live music scene of the city for a quite some time now. One of the six venues run by Exchange Hotel which aims at bringing the best in live entertainment and nightlife to people. New and upcoming bands along with well-established ones are regularly featured here. Bands like Sloan, Hell City Glamours, Peabody, The Valentinos and dozens more have played at Spectrum. With live music and a dance floor, youngsters never want to give this place a miss! Visit website for more details.
Situated above the Shark Hotel, Space is among the finest nightclubs in town. Host to the hip and happening crowd of the city, this club plays all kinds of music mixes and occasionally features live music. You can hire the venue for private events too. Call for details.
The stylishly done up Civic Hotel is home to one of Sydney's premier nightclub and entertainment venue- the Civic Underground. Refurbished as a club, the former cabaret and live music venue is a thriving spot for all party animals and the 'it' crowd. Well illuminated and spacious, the club makes a style statement of its own without making it too obvious. A huge DJ console, flashy lights, a king size dance floor and a right kind of crowd is what keeps this place on its toes. Apart from this, the Civic Dining located above is an ultimate treat for the taste buds. Fine Mediterranean and Greek dominate this place and can find another match to it only back home in Greece.
Hidden away atop the Brighton Hotel this place has been attracting gay and lesbian crowds since it opened. DJs pump out a variety of music on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays; anything from garage to soul to house, there is sure to be something to suit everyone. You can also catch drag shows, they feature both gay and lesbian performers. Look out for the splendid Roman murals and do not miss the great cocktails.
Once all cut off jeans, leather or tight t-shirts this place is changing. Up with the times, the Midnight Shift or simply ‘the shift' as its known to locals is slowly moving from being a gay male only club and bar to a more liberated venue. However, generally Saturday night is a Boys Zone. Entry is usually free, so it is worth checking out if it sounds like your thing. Dark and a bit dingy, the dance floor gets crowded and sweaty and things do not really get going until well after midnight.
Established as one of Sydney's best gay bars, the bar at the Columbian Hotel serves premium and imported beer along with its own signature cocktails. Decor is self-described as "South American chic," along with large-screen music videos and a upstairs dance floor upstairs. These sure make this spot extremely popular with the city's gay community.
Meet the who's who of Sydney here, this trendy yet modern lounge is the place to be in if you like partying. One of the biggest players on the party-scene, Trust Vodka Lounge is always packed with people dancing to the latest international house music spun by some of the best DJ's in town. The interiors are interesting with a lot of dancing and seating room along with a full bar area. Rest your feet after all that dancing on the Moroccan beds in the room while you sip on a cocktail before heading back to the dance-floor. Trust is noted for its vodka with vodka labels like Belvedere, Grey Goose, Level and Van Gogh among the regular drinks.
Located opposite Belmore Park Art Market, Gas Nightclub is one of Sydney's happening night spots. The club can hold around 950 people comfortably and plays hosts to several musical events. So the next time you're in the city and wish to party hard like the locals do, make sure you put down Gas Nightclub on your to do list. For more information please call ahead.