Kapital is without doubt the best club I've ever set foot in, and I've seen a fair number. We were attracted by the prospect of hitting a club with 7 floors (keep in mind one of these is reserved for the cloakroom and that's it) and were far from disappointed.
You can expect to pay 15-20 Euros for entry, but this will include a free drink or two. Drinks are also not the cheapest, but since the clubs aren't stringent on measures like I'm used to in the UK, we found that we would get a lot more alcohol for our buck in both shorts and shots than we're used to back home. Spirits carry a much greater value for money than bottles will.
The club was very busy, and the number of little floors and rooms meant that whatever the music tastes of your group, there would probably be an area to keep everyone happy. The roof terrace, a kind of indoor smoking area, was particularly interesting and is a great place to chill out and have a conversation for a bit even if you're not a smoker.
It's worth remembering that touch-screen kiosks are used to obtain drinks tickets to cut down the bar queues, which saves you any awkward conversations if your Spanish isn't all that hot.
Highly recommend this venue, but bare in mind we were in a group of seasoned clubbers. If that isn't your usual scene then you might not hold such a glowing opinion of Kapital.
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