Ibiza is one of the most popular nightlife destinations in the world, attracting thousands of tourists from across the globe to its world-famous clubs. Given the huge amount of beach clubs and nightclubs, it is practically impossible to visit them all, so you should decide in advance where you want to go in order to make the most out of our holiday in Ibiza. If you stay at the Paradiso Ibiza Suites hotel you’ll be close to two of the best nightclubs in Ibiza, detailed below:
Ushuaïa Ibiza, revolutionising Ibiza’s nightlife
Since its inauguration, in 2011, Ushuaïa Ibiza has established itself as one of the best nightclubs in Ibiza, as one of the biggest nightlife attractions in Playa d en Bossa area. Its current prestige, attained by hiring of some of the best DJs in the world, sees Ushuaïa Ibiza host some of the island’s most important parties. The average entrance price is around 40 euros, although prices can reach 60 euros.
Pacha, the living history of Ibiza
Opened in 1973, Pacha Ibiza is without any doubt, one of the best nightclubs in Ibiza. Celebrating its 45th anniversary in 2018, it has become a reference in the clubbing world. Elegance, decoration, top quality music and VIPs combine in Pacha Ibiza, bringing together island residents and tourists and clubbers. The average price of the ticket is around 40 euros, except for some other parties where ticket prices can reach 80 euros.
Amnesia, a world-famous institution for lovers of electronic music
With two huge dancefloors, Amnesia offers the best in techno, house and trance, making it one of the world’s best ibiza nightclubs for lovers of electronic music. The upstairs balcony hosts Amnesia’s VIP area, with fantastic views of the downstairs dancefloor. Entry price ranges from 40 to 60 euros, depending on the month.
Privilege, the largest club in the world
Officially recognised as the largest nightclub in the world, Privilege Ibiza established itself as one of the most influential nightclubs on the island through memorable parties and festivals, the likes of which had never been seen on the island before. Under the name Vista Club, the glass-walled room in Privilege attracts clubbers wanting to hear the best in house and techno until the spectacular Ibizan sunrise. Prices range from 35 to 50 euros.