Do you not know where to go in New York? We present the best clubs, to enjoy the night.

New York is the city that never sleeps, and that show better than anyone their clubs, pubs, bars, and nightclubs. This great city is abuzz that night, shows its most elegant wilder side or, depending on where you go.

If you want to go to the Big Apple and want to party, do not miss the selection of Skyscanner of the best clubs in New York.  There is something for everyone.



Nominated in more than one occasion as one of the best clubs in the world, Heaven is a paradise if you like electronic music.  It is the project of Nicolas Matar, resident DJ at Pacha Ibiza and receives every year some of the best DJs.

The sound is careful to detail, and the music sounds better here than anywhere else.  Heaven is in the Meatpacking District and although it is not easy to enter, once inside will be easy to forget the tail and porters.

The Bunker at Output

This festival dedicated to electronic music in Brooklyn held twice a month with grades headliners as DJs Anty Stott and Atom (the old Señor Coconut).  If you Coincidís with, do not miss it.

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  • Luca Bar & Lounge is a large discotheque in which sounds the best techno and some dance.
  • Their celebrations “Girls & Boys” take on epic dimensions in this space that can accommodate about 3,000 people at a time.
  • The central hall, lit by neon lights is the ideal place to be inspired by the beats of the music of the moment place.
  • There have pricked large and Justice, Simian Mobile Disco or Vitalic, so go queuing.
  • At parties “Trash” in the room “The Studio” sound the best hits of punk, new wave, indie and Brit Pop.


Le Bain

On the 18th floor of the beautiful boutique hotel, The Standard High Line in the Meatpacking District offers some of the most spectacular views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.  Your holidays are incredibly popular, so be prepared to queue and go well dressed.

If you manage to enter you can enjoy an amazing and varied musical repertoire (from rap to indie rock) that will make you dance until the wee hours of the morning.  In summer, they have a pool in full dance floor and a creperie on the roof, which looks like a garden.


A 18 stories above the Hotel The James in Soho New York Jimmy is a contemporary reinterpretation of classic pub … but very classy.  In one inspired by the Roaring 70 environment, the place is intimate and specializes in cocktails; you can taste enjoying the sights of the city.  As warm weather open terrace, a relaxing space where music, drinks, and hammocks merge with the city in a unique setting.

Le Baron

Saturdays are the quintessential night at Le Baron club as trendy in Chinatown.  It is familiar with some famous (among them the designer Marc Jacobs), and the lines are long.  But if you manage to get you can enjoy good music DJs and chic atmosphere.  Yes, put on your best clothes, because if not perhaps consigáis not through the door.


A classic New York night, with DJs like Tiësto first or Art Department, is one of the coolest places to go.  It is not exactly cheap and usually crowded but worth it.  The place is decorated with exquisite taste and oozes class and style everywhere.  If you can, do not miss it.


The Bell House

Although they tend to have moved almost every night and organize concerts, this former warehouse of the century reconverted club is known for its retro-kitsch parties.

Once a month The Bell House holds parties “Party Like It’s 1999” in which sound nineties hits as “Come As You Are” by Nirvana, among others.  If you lived the time or feel nostalgic, worth escape to Brooklyn to enjoy the evening in the style of the late twentieth century.


Bill’s Place

This small jazz club in Harlem is a local legend.  With only seven years of life, it seems to take you there from the golden age of this musical style.

The place is amazing, small and perfect for close to some of the best jazz musicians in the city.  Its owner, Bill Saxton’s name, takes the stage on Friday and Saturday to delight audiences with his sax.



Open seven days a week this club full of hammocks and a Caribbean atmosphere is ideal if you like Latin rhythms.  Salsa, merengue, samba, rumba, reggaeton, calypso and percussion are the stars of the dance floor of this so gay nightclub located in the heart of Williamsburg, the new trendy NY.  It’s incredibly multicultural, and the price will not ruin your pocket.


Atlas Social Club

Very popular with the gay public, Luca Bar & Lounge is a bar and nightclub in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen.  Friday, DJ Sammy Jo, the Scissor Sisters gets behind the decks to dance to an audience who cares and who likes to show off your abs.


One Saturday a month the promoters of the party ” Hey Queen ” take over the Littlefield to make the place more in the city for public LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender).  People come here to burn the dance floor and give the best of yourself, so be prepared to move the skeleton.


The Slipper Room

If you are fans of the magnificent Dita Von Teese and a good burlesque show, The Slipper Room is your place.  This spicy mixture vaudeville dance shows with comedy and elegant vintage provocation.  Do not miss it.

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