A city famous for its tolerance, partying in Amsterdam is a must. Not that you will be trashing and get wasted, but enjoying nightlife in Amsterdam will add to your wonderful memories in the city.
Where should you go? Right in the city center, it is easy to spot dance clubs and bars to enjoy the night with most of them concentrated in Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein.
Want to experience the “it” place for partying in Amsterdam? Try getting inside Jimmy Woo – though frankly, it is well-known to be the hardest place to get into. Ask help from your hotel’s concierge or contact to secure table service.
Jimmy Woo is patronized by the “who’s who” in the city’s social circle. The place where the rich and the famous enjoy music, drinks, and fun company, not to mention its sleek, trendy oriental décor, Jimmy Woo is no doubt Amsterdam’s top party spot. Strict dress code applies too.
Across Jimmy Woo is an equally trendy party place. You will be impressed with its movielike setting with its interiors designed by Eric Kuster. Do not be surprised if you’ll be rubbing elbows with Dutch celebrities and prominent social butterflies at Suzie Wong. The place has a cozier ambiance than Jimmy Woo and flocked for their wide array of cocktails.
Ask any local where to party and they’ll point you to Escape. One of the largest and still one of the most popular clubs in the city, it is located in Rembrandtplein, so it is quite easy to spot. Patronized by the young population – mostly local students – enjoy house, pop, techno, and electro music.
Love to dance the night away? Advance your nightlife experience to Superclub. The feel and character will lure those to go to the dance floor and just enjoy the music. Its unique setup is the performance from Dutch art and theater school before international DJs pumps up music to go with your dance moves. Trendy and cool, you will also enjoy their menu of Mediterranean dishes and different cocktails.
Recently opened in 2011, Air has emerged as one of Amsterdam’s finest dance clubs. Air Club attracts mostly the hipster crowd with its house and electro music. Built in a spacious area, you will be more relaxed here – even those who are not frequent partygoers. Its intimate and warm interior is designed by Marcel Wanders.
When the sun sets, Amsterdam still has many things to offer to its visitors. Nightlife means partying to these places that will both impress, giving you enjoyment and to enhance your perfect holiday in Amsterdam.