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Went there on a Friday evening close no NYE. There were not a lot of people, but the atmosphere was good. Music was very good (reggaeton, bachata,...). We had no problems with the bouncers, entrance was 8 euros.
We came on a salsa night and we had a great experience. Just us two girls and we had no issues entering the club. Bouncers were friendly and sweet. The people in the club are open and kind to all levels of salsa dancing. Awesome...More
The rudest bounders I've seen in Berlin and part of Europe. Terrible for a "latin club". They made a new rule: you need to know the name of all people in your group. They asked for our ids to check. A friend of mine was...More
The nasty arrogant bouncers will happily refuse entry to 1 person in a group of 10, who was also the only dark face. Racism? Could not find any other explanation as they simply refuse to talk to you. Avoid if you don’t want your night...More
I have never experienced racism to this extent before, and I especially would never expect to at a Salsa club?? How sad. Unless you’re German (and look German) you will be denied access by the most horrible, rude, racist bouncers I have ever seen (in...More
Very rude bouncers!!! I will never go to this club again and wouldn't recommend it to anyone!! I have been to Havanna before and it was cool; but last time I went, my girlfriend was inside, and she came outside to meet me so we...More
They don't like foreigners, the security throw you out if you don't speak german or you seem a tourist (despite you are well dressed). Maybe that's because havanna club security don't speak english... If you are not german I don't recommend and if you are...More
The staff of this place is super unfriendly with women when they go alone. I recommended as a woman do not go there, also very homophobic with gay men. is dissapointing specially for an Open minded and gay friendly city like Berlin. there´s planty places...More
Disgusting place. I walked there for 30 minutes just so the bouncer will let everybody in except me. I specifically asked if that's a salsa party tonight and said I'm a dancer and he said "there is a salsa party every Wednesday, but not for...More
My husband and I have danced some salsa, but definitely needed a refresher to get back into it. So, we went to the Saturday evening salsa lesson. There was no line at the door, but the dance floor was already quite full for the lesson....More
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