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This club clearly caters to the regular customers who train there during the week, and live to show their twirling abilities on the weekend. I found the service to be friendly, but the atmosphere was not good enough to go back.
Unruly people at the gate.. Full of racist attitude.. I went there with my girl and they did not allow me inside because I was an Indian.. Racial profiling.. Their simple answer was members only and we are full.. And in front of us they...More
I was there with some friends...casually dressed after work. It was a Halloween and someone suggested to go there.
We were waiting in the line to enter and we were seeing some people passing by the line and entering the place. It’s ok... they know...More
Despite the fact that the entrance cost 10 euros, they also ask additionally 2 euros for the cloakroom... The music is more like POP and elctro that Latin. They play some merenge and one/two bachatas within 2 hours. If you want to dance really good...More
If you are planning to go to a Latin Bar in Vienna, avoid this place, at least the week ends. It opens at 10pm, with almost not people and some salsa before midnight. Afterwards it is just a regular disco with a touch of latino...More
We went to Danzon whilst having a city break in Vienna. The Danzon Club, which is a Latin dance club had a salsa night on when my wife and I visited.
After going down the stairs you enter the the dance floor area and a...More
Date of experience: May 2015
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