This tiki club in Manchester is the perfect tropical escape from your workday woes. Enjoy luscious libations served up shaken, stirred, on the rocks or even frozen in all kinds of fun shapes and sizees, with three floors and canal-side views in Deansgate Locks.
Best Manchester Clubs
Manchester is world famous for delivering diverse and dangerously addictive clubs to its party goers, and rightly so. With a rich and eclectic musical heritage that earns envious glares from cities the breadth of the country, Manchester is the undisputed Northern clubbing mecca. This is the city for sell out warehouse parties and VIP soirees to indie rock raves and city centre student shakedowns. For the ultimate low-down on the best clubs in Manchester, look no further.
One of the most exciting venues on the Manchester circut, Gorilla has awoken and has made a habit of smashing parties to pieces. There's room for 700 hedonists at this Manchester club where people flock from far and beyond to go hard long into the night to the sounds of top DJs.
Swanky restaurant and bar by day, mad night club come Saturday. Impossible might be relatively new on the Manchester clubbing scene but it's already made a splash with huge nights, from Wall Street Traders throwing cash around through to a Star Wars homage.
The Deaf Institute is a charming little music hall turned rustic indie dance floor just off Manchester's Oxford Road. A three tier bar, cafe and club whose vintage appeal attracts a rare mix of clubbing clientele and indie rockers.
Get your crew together because bank holiday is looking big at Gorilla. Bringing you a night dedicated to the one and only Taylor Swift, you can expect 5 hours filled with epic tunes; from Style to Love Story and I Knew You Were Trouble.
Revolucion De Cuba is a staple when it comes to clubbing in Manchester, shaking up the city's life with a bit of Latin style. Come in the day for tasty tapas, arrive at night for great music and two floors of massive tunes that guarantee you'll be moving those hips till the early hours.
A well-known face on the celebrity circuit, Panacea is a place to see and be seen. Things start with cocktails, before transforming into a glitzy club night on Fridays and Saturdays, with DJs, performers and smart outfits the bare minimum.
More than renowned, Albert Hall is one of the most noted clubs in Manchester. Not only benefiting from one of the most unique spaces in the city, Albert Hall also knows a thing or two about club nights, with the best DJs in the business having graced their decks.
The Warehouse Project is like the clubbing pilgrimage of the UK, calling all late night party goers to its industrial arches under Piccadilly Station. The best part? It's only open at certain times throughout the year, keep an eye on their latest roster of DJ talent, and new location.
With a raised DJ booth above the dance floor, LED screen and lavish Marble bar, LIV has made your night a whole lot swankier. With a beautiful terrace and bar and Pan Asian restaurant in tow, no other club in the city offers such a holistic evening out.
Known throughout the city as one of the most exclusive clubs in Manchester, you'll have to make an effort to get into here. It'll be worth it, though, as you'll enter a world of beautiful interiors, LED ceilings, secret gardens and adorable water features.
This London import is one hell of a show-stopper, with a long list of celebrity clientele and an even longer queue outside. Located in Deansgate, Chinawhite Manchester is great for an exclusive night on the tiles, with performers, acts and table service as standard.
Looking for somewhere to get hot and sweaty to some of the best local DJs around? South is a little city centre basement club that has a huge reputation? Hidden away on South King Street, this venue spins indie, old school and hip hop two nights a week.