Are you on the lookout for the most lively latin clubs in Bordeaux?
Then we have you covered!
On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of the best latin clubs in Bordeaux. (More in-depth further below)
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The animated streets around the place de la Victoire, place St-pierre, place du parent, place Camille Julian and place Gambetta throng with bars, clubs and restaurants. Night owls head for bars and clubs open until early morning hours around the qual de Paludate with Latin vibe buzzing. Musicians cover the whole Latin spectrum, with flamenco and rumba adding to the sultry mix as well as occasional jazz night. During the summer season, the Latin clubs regularly host open air dances, until late night. The clubs are characterized by soul and electronic music ambience crafted by talented DJs.
1. Le Cercle Bordeaux
Le Cercle is a go-to nightclub located in the heart of Bordeaux, right next to the Grand Theater and Tourny. Atmosphere in the club is chic and trendy and we are certain that you will spend incredible evenings in one of the most popular discotheques in the Bordeaux. Interior of Le Cercle is sophisticated and it features, dark light décor and atmosphere that is conducive to dancing. Club opens its doors from 23.30 every Wednesday and Thursday nights and you have free admission, on Friday and Saturday nights there is an entrance fee, that is 15 € with consummation. Le Cercle is open from Wednesday to Sunday, usually from 23.30 to 05.30 am.
2. Black Diamond Bordeaux
Situated in 5 Cours de l’Intendance, Bordeaux Black Diamond is the most exclusive private club in the city. Black Diamond is part of the Grand Hotel and it features cozy and intimate setting, perfect for spending an exciting evening with your friends. This place is truly an image of clientele it draws, chic and refined establishment. Box is divided into two rooms, which are always full with regulars. Black Diamond welcomes you in its cozy intimate interior that features iconic padded walls, black purple armchairs and benches. There is a smoking room and a cigar cellar at your disposal. Drink selection is top notch as you would expect from such exclusive night club, so you can choose from a wide selection of prestigious champagnes, whiskeys, vodkas and other branded alcoholic drinks as well as cocktails. Individual drinks as well as drinks by the bottle are excessively priced, they compensate that with great overall atmosphere in the establishment and by having an ingenious ice system that lets you keep your drinks cool near your table. If you book a square and bottles, you will have a seating area all to yourself. Music here ranges, and they have many resident DJs which will make you vibrate and dance to the sounds of various music genres, that range from soul to electro. If you are a wine lover, their exceptional wine menu will satisfy your prestigious taste. Prices of the wine are very high, but it is all worth it in this nice and cozy setting. Black Diamond is open from Thursday to Saturday from 12.30am to 05.00am. Atmosphere is at its peak around midnight here. They have organized various events in the past and they offer privatization of the establishment, also keep an eye for their latest events by going to their Facebook Page.
3. Théatro Bordeaux
Théatro is located near the the quai de Bacalan, on 24 Rue de la Faïencerie to be exact. It is situated in an ideal place, quiet area, that is at the foot of tram B. For people that live outside the center of Bordeaux, the box offers a free shuttle service also. Place is very eye-catching and popular, party people of Bordeaux call it the Mecca of the Bordeaux night. When you enter into the club you are presented with well thought out and large space, sofas, bars and VIP areas are on the sides, which gives you plenty of space to show off your dance moves. Room is large and its fluorescent appearance will immediately get you in the party mood. Average age is closer to 30 with a very healthy mix of men and women.
All the Latin clubs sprawl out onto the sidewalk with plenty of outdoor seating. If you take Rue Sainte-Catherine all the way down toward the University of Bordeaux, the vibe will start to get rowdier and the bars cheaper and full of college students.