Top Clubs in Amsterdam

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Club NL

When it opened its doors in 1999, this stylish and sophisticated club was a proponent of Amsterdam’s lounge scene. These days, however, the easy listening vibe has made way for more grooving house sounds. Official Site


Stylish and hi-tech with a hefty multimedia infusion, Amsterdam’s most versatile night club has a warren of interconnected areas – lounge bars, VIP stages, balconies and dancefloors pulsating with light and visuals – under one big cavernous roof. Official Site

Ex Porn Stars

The Ex Porn Star party’s began December 16th 2000 at Hotel Winston, located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Popularity and a need for a larger venue moved Ex Porn Star te Mercurius, Panama and Paradiso. On April 12th 2003 Ex Porn Star organised their first big event at the Hemkade (Zaandam). They’ve invited Nr. 1 American porn star Ron Jeremy te be the host of the party. Having a famous international star became the trademark of Ex Porn Star. Celebrities as Cicciolina, Samantha Fox and Sabrina have all been special guests at Ex Porn Star. Official Site

Jimmy Woo

The city’s most glamorous club is based around the concept of a fictional Chinese Triad tycoon who enjoys throwing extravagant parties in his opulent, Oriental-style lounge, akin to an 18th-century Chinese opium den. Official Site

North Sea Venue

North Sea Venue is a space used by other clubnights usually, it is located about 20 minutes from the centre of Amsterdam. A fantstic location otherwise as the names suggest its right next to water, cool place to party. Official Site


This upscale entertainment complex takes care of a host of nighttime needs, including dining, dancing, and even theater-going. On weekend evenings, DJs regale patrons with music that could range from electro and house to Latin. Official Site


This is a seriously trendy club. The great and the good of the Dutch film, theater, and TV scene like to see and be seen here (especially seen). Every second Sunday of the month is devoted to R&B, hip-hop, and swing. Official Site

Sugar Factory

This centrally-located club (opposite the Melkweg) has the most inspired and eclectic programming of any of the city’s nightspots. Early evening art exhibitions, fashion shows, big band acts, performance art and cutting-edge multimedia events make this a truly all round location. Official Site


This unusual restaurant, which also functions as a nightclub, is something of a novelty. Its menu changes weekly, depending on the chef’s interests, and the interior also shifts to match the cuisine. Five-course menus are set, and a la carte options but all is forgotten once the music is beating. Offiicial Site


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