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Attention, tourist rip off. Every tourist will be charged additional 38 Real. Make sure when you check in that they don't charge you this extra fee (At least one of them speaks English). Put yourself on the guestlist on facebook to get a reduced entrance.
The Week is an example of what happens when there's no competition. I've been to The Week in Rio, Sao Paulo, and Floripa -- collectively at least 20 times. It's the same miserable experience everywhere and every year. And tonight I'm finally writing a review...More
-$50 for the entrance fee
-At the bar, they will serve you top shelf (ciroc, ketel or grey goose) even if you don’t want it, or even if you ask for a vodka soda. Here goes another $40-50 per drink.
-Bathrooms: good luck to find...More
This club is a must see for any gay travelers in Rio. I was taken here for my birthday and was not disappointed. The music was good,the crowd was diverse and friendly, drinks were strong, staff was courteous and professional. There is more than enough...More
Big Place to dance if you like electronic music. Best of the gay Brazilian scene. Many athletic and muscular boys. Not so much girls.
Normal price maybe to much for Brazilian people. But for tourists and group of friends is the best option on Saturday...More
Nice place, last light technology and the music made in heaven. So in love with the vibe of this music. A big applause for Felipe guerra, Isak Salazar, Flavio lima and Gustavo jr. all of them were fantastic. Thanks for a unforgettable night and for...More
Big gay club; you won't feel unloved here as a straight couple. Tips for gringos: they accept a photocopy of your passport or driving license to get in (we paid 40 and 50 Reals; it's a bit more for women for a change!). You get...More
Huge nightclub, great music and cool party nights. Most staff are helpful and speak some English. BUT drink prices are expensive and the queue system is crazy. You queue up to get in & get a drinks card, then you queue up to pay at...More