Do Not Sit On The Furniture (MI) Promo Code

We do not currently have a promo code for Do Not Sit On The Furniture. You can buy presale tickets to events at Do Not Sit On The Furniture here.

Buying presale tickets at Do Not Sit On the Furniture ensures that you’ll get in – ticket holders also get expedited entry.

You can book table service / cabanas and sign up for free guestlist directly on our free mobile app, or on our webapp.

E11even (MI) Promo Code

We do not currently have a promo code for E11even. You can buy presale tickets to events at E11even here.

Buying presale tickets at E11even ensures that you’ll get in – ticket holders also get expedited entry.

You can book table service / cabanas and sign up for free guestlist directly on our free mobile app, or on our webapp.

Wall at the W (Miami) Promo Code

Use promo code DISCO to get $5 off your tickets at Wall Miami. You can buy presale tickets to events at Wall at the W here. The wall discount code might not be valid for special events / holiday events.

Buying presale tickets at Wall Lounge at the W ensures that you’ll get in – ticket holders also get expedited entry.

You can book table table service at Wall Miami on our free mobile app, or on our webapp.

Doheny Room Delano Grand Opening

With the grand opening slated for later this month, Doheny Room at the Delano is the newest addition to South Beach Nightlife scene. This trendy celeb hot spot borrows its “European meets California farmhouse feel” from it’s Los Angeles namesake. And if that confuses you, imagine at one booth a Jonas brother and at another Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder. True story and the juxtaposition of old Hollywood and new. As for Miami Beach’s version, who knows, but we’re sure it will be a swank Star Wars bar of sorts when it opens.

“We are very proud to bring Doheny Room to Miami inside one of the most iconic properties in both Miami and the sbe portfolio” said Costas Charalambous, President of Nightlife, sbe. “Doheny Room at Delano will offer a hideaway for hotel guests and locals to enjoy unparalleled cocktails complemented by timeless music in a welcoming environment.”

Trading commercial house and Top 40 rap for classic and indie rock, ’80s jams and golden era hip-hop, the musical stylings of Doheny Room will evoke a refreshing sense of nostalgia for a sophisticated collection of clientele, says a press release. That could explain Keanu and Winona in L.A.

But don’t expect to saunter in right away. Doheny Room will focus on “quality versus quantity,” with crowds that “will be strictly curated” like an art museum. Try your luck and see if you make the mix when it opens (Fridays and Saturdays from 10 p.m.). Date TBD. Good luck.

Miami Music Week 2017 Guide

The Ides of March and St. Patty’s Day have now passed, which means that Spring Break is finally upon us.  And the last thing you party kids probably want while on your Spring Break is a history lesson.  Unless, perhaps, it’s a fun lesson on one of the longest-running Spring Break parties in America??? (Bear with us, please!)

Decades before the Coachella Music Festival became the most coveted destination for every smartphone-toting, selfie-taking, head-nodding twentysomething dreamer on the planet, the Winter Music Conference was THE place to be.  Launched in Miami, Florida in 1985, the WMC  was the first global gathering of electronic dance music (EDM) industry insiders: executives, label managers, headlining artists, up-and-coming talent, back-room producers, PR representatives, press, and partying fans.  For many, the conference was initially treated as a business trip rather social atmosphere, with educational seminars, panels, workshops, DJ showcases, and other training events.

Winter Music Conference

Then, in 1999, along came the Ultra Music Festival.  A one-day event for its first eight years, the UMF or “Ultra” is Miami’s outdoor electronic dance music (EDM) festival that takes place every March.  As EDM has surged in popularity worldwide over the past decade, this festival has grown from a two-day to now a three-day event, and the 2017 version of UMF is now one of the premier party destinations for Spring Break college kids and wealthy foreign travelers alike, with attendance expected to hit 175,000-200,000 revelers.

Ultra Music Festival

So then, what is “Miami Music Week” all about? Technically, it’s the combination of both the Winter Music Conference “business/technical side” of EDM and the Ultra Music Festival “concert/performance side” of EDM into one week-long mega-event for the city of Miami.   Above and beyond the official events organized by the WMC planners and the UMF planners, the rest of the city’s local hotspots and businesses join in on the party, with performances by over 1,000 artists in over 200 events held in various venues from nightclubs to bars to restaurants to hotel pools to public areas such as Lincoln Road and the Miami beaches.

Now that you’re all caught up with the history, back to the present! This year’s MMW, running from March 18-26, promises to be even bigger and better than years past.  Apart from attending the gargantuan Ultra Music Festival itself, here’s a small sampling of the marquee party events in town, the full list of which you can browse and then book table reservations, tickets, or guest list for using the Discotech app.

March 19th

Juicy Beach @ Nikki Beach

One of South Beach’s iconic beach party venues welcomes back Juicy Music’s roster of artists for the first large-format on-the-sand party of 2017 Miami Music Week.

Time: 4:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Venue: Nikki Beach Miami (Address: 1 Ocean Drive, Miami, FL 33139)

Lineup: EDX | Robbie Rivera | David Tort | The Cube Guys | NXNY | Skribble | Benny Camaro | Simoli | George S

March 21st

Paul Oakenfold, Cosmic Gate, & Morgan Page @ E11even

The all-star sessions at Miami’s big-name nightclubs start in earnest on the Tuesday of MMW, with E11Even nightclub – the relative new kid on the Miami block known for its Cirque-style performers  – setting out to bolster its rep by serving up a smorgasbord of blockbuster EDM names playing back-to-back on every night of the MMW stretch.

Time: 4:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Venue: E11even (Address: 29 NE 11th St., Miami, FL 33132)

Lineup: Paul Oakenfold | Cosmic Gate | Morgan Page

March 22nd

Joris Voorn presents Spectrum @ Do Not Sit On The Furniture

Joris Voorn’s brand-new SPECTRUM concept exploded over the first two launch weekends, with four sold-out shows garnering amazing reviews from those in attendance and the press alike; now they bring the showcase to the big leagues of Miami Music Week.

Time: 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Venue: Do Not Sit On The Furniture (Address: 423 16th St; Miami Beach, FL 33139)

Lineup: Joris Voorn | Yotto | VERY Special Guest

March 23rd

Dirtybird Players B2B Throwdown by Link Miami Rebels @ Trade

The Dirtybird Players return to Trade and it promises to be even bigger and better than before. With two rooms of action and a massive, all-star line-up, this year’s B2B throwdown promises to be another can’t-miss event.

Times: 10:00 PM – 05:00 AM

Venue: Trade (Address: 1439 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139)

Lineup: Claude VonStroke | Justin Martin | Eats Everything | Shiba San | Ardalan | Billy Kenny | Christian Martin | Fancy Fux | J.Phlip | Justin Jay | Kill Frenzy | Lord Leopard | Lux Groove | Pezzner | Sacha Robotti | Sage Armstrong | Walker & Royce | Weiss | Will Clarke

Paradise in Space @ Space Miami

Maintaining the high level of party vibes Paradise has been heralded for, Paradise in Space will fully immerse party goers in a complete cosmic experience with a take-over of Downtown Miami’s most well-known warehouse-style nightclub.

Time: 11:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Venue: Space (Address: 34 NE 11th St; Miami, FL 33132)

Lineup: Jamie Jones | Green Velvet | Danny Tenaglia | Art Department | Joris Voorn | Lee Foss | Stacey Pullen | Skream | Patrick Topping | Cassy | Nathan Barato | Lauren Lane | Detlef | Solardo | Latmun

March 24th

Guy Gerber Presents RUMORS @ Delano Beach Club

This event showcases the talents of Guy Gerber, arguably the most acclaimed Israeli EDM artist today.

Time: 2:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Venue: Delano Beach Club (Address: 1685 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139)

Lineup: Guy Gerber | Bedouin | Life on Planets | Lou Flores | Diego Teran

Dmitri Vegas & Like Mike @ Hyde Beach

Few EDM artists bring the energy and build-up skills that Dmitri Vegas & Like Mike do, and they will have the normally sleepy Hyde Beach pool rocking on what is sure to be a Friday Ditch Day at workplaces all over South Florida.

Time: 12:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Venue: Hyde Beach (Address: 1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139)

Lineup: Dmitri Vegas & Like Mike | EDX | Bad Royale | Lost Frequencies | Lost Kings | Ummet Ozcan

March 25th

Spin Artists @ the National Hotel

With Day 1 of Ultra in the books, the Saturday hotel pool parties will be packed as revelers seek to soak in some sun and recharge their batteries from the night before… or just go straight from the festival to the next venue.  A ten-hour set at the National by a rainbow coalition of DJ talent including Julian Jordan, Cazzette, and Rebecca & Fiona, could be just what the doctor ordered to wind the party down… or to turn the party up, depending on your MMW sleep schedule.

Time: 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Venue: National Hotel (Address: 1677 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139)

Lineup: Julian Jordan | Cazzette | Rebecca & Fiona | Firebeatz | LA Riots | Afsheen | Bijou | Dante Klein | FTampa | Helena Legend | Kris Kross Amsterdam | Loud Luxury | Lucas & Steve | Merk & Kremont | Niko The Kid

Axwell ^ Ingrosso @ Story

As if entrance to one of Miami’s most storied nightclubs (pun intended) wasn’t already tough enough on a normal weekend, this Saturday night special featuring two of EDM’s biggest acts – just one day after hosting Alesso – ensures only VIPs and big spenders will get past the velvet ropes.

Time: 11:00 PM – 5:00 AM

Venue: Story (Address: 136 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139)

Lineup: Axwell | Ingrosso

David Guetta & Friends @ LIV

We’re curious about the “& Friends” part of this billing, but Guetta as the headliner at Miami’s longstanding “it” nightlife spot means we’d have to pay five figures for a table to find out.   Not our cup of tea – is it yours?

Time: 11:00 PM – 5:00 AM

Venue: LIV @ the Fontainbleau (Address: 4441 Collins Ave, Miami, FL  33141)

Lineup: David Guetta | Kungs | Jonas Blue | TBD

March 26th

Carnage & Dada Life @ Hyde Beach

If you see kids in banana suits running around the hotel pool on the last day of Miami Music Week, you could be running on fumes from sleep deprivation, or else under the influence of various party substances… or you may just be at Hyde Beach, where Dada Life and their legions of faithful banana-costumed fans will be giving a royal send-off to the 2017 MMW festivities.  Carnage will also be in tow, warming up in the first set of his doubleheader performance that begins poolside here at Hyde and ends across the I-395 causeway at club E11even at around 3am.

Time: 12:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Venue: Hyde Beach (Address: 1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139)

Lineup: Carnage | Dada Life | Timmy Trumpet

More events and more venues for Miami Music Week can be found in our app.  Now get out there to South Beach and be a part of party history!

Best EDM (Electronic Dance) Clubs in Miami

Miami’s known for nightlife, so it’s no surprise that they have some of the best EDM clubs in the country that are open til the sun comes up! Whether you’re into big room house, underground techno, progressive house, deep house, dubstep, or trap, you’ll be sure to find a venue that suits your taste in this nocturnal neon city. Check out the Discotech app to view event calendars, sign up for free guestlists, buy tickets, and reserve tables. Here are some of the best dance clubs in Miami for your nightlife bucketlist: 

Club Space

Located in downtown Miami, 16-year old Club Space is an afterhours institution that’s open 24/7 on weekends. The multi-room club has an infamous terrace for those who want to welcome the sunrise with a bang! No dresscode, no judgment, and no last call! Now that’s a recipe for a rager.

Do Not Sit on the Furniture

Owned by DJ Behrouz and intimately referred to as Do Not Sit by the regulars, this forward-thinking South Beach gem is perfect for deep house and techno lovers who appreciate low-key venues focused on the music.


Part lounge, part restaurant, part strip club, part mega club…E11even truly has it all! Come here if you want to experience a glamorous night of people-watching and bottle popping with aerial dancers to boot….just remember: No pics allowed! What happens at E11even stays at E11even.


Another 24-hour option in downtown Miami, Heart is a multi-level, multi-genre playing afterhours spot boasting a spankin’ new Funktion One sound system. The wide open dancefloor is uninterrupted by VIP tables, so you know what their priorities are!


One of the most upscale clubs in South Beach, Liv attracts celebrities and big name DJs on the regular. Since it’s located at the Fontainebleau hotel, you could technically stay on the premises all weekend and experience the best of Miami 24/7! Come here if you want to splurge on VIP experiences and get LIT!

Nikki Beach

Infamous enough to have satellite operations across exotic international locations (Ibiza, Bali, Dubai, Saint Tropez, etc.), Nikki Beach is an indoor/outdoor danceclub+ seafood restaurant with one of the most fabulous Sunday brunch buffets in Miami! This isn’t your average brunch – think: DJs, live music, Go-go dancers, and an all around cool, energetic vibe that transports you to Ibiza!


Boasting one of the best sound systems and interiors of any club in the country, Story appeals to fans across all EDM genres, depending on the night. Fridays are generally for the big festival headliners, like Tiesto, while Saturdays are reserved for cutting edge underground acts, like Chris Liebing. Take your pick, though we recommend trying both! This high-end club never gets it wrong.


Located in the heart of South Beach on Collins Avenue, Trade’s jungle vibes and eclectic lineup will surely get you in the groove any given night. Distinct from many of the glitzy clubs in SoBe, Trade appeals to guests who are there for the music and want to skip the velvet rope rituals.


Kitschy, quirky, and cool, Treehouse is a triple threat. The atmosphere is dark and brooding with a slight nautical flair that makes you want to surf the sonic waves all night long.  While the main dancehall is urban-chic, the outdoor patio is a lush lounge that helps you understand their whimsical name. Treehouse offers the perfect balance between a club and a lounge, and boasts an eclectic, vibrant crowd that will keep you coming back for more.

There’s always new venues opening up in the Magic City, so make sure to check out the Discotech app for updates on the latest, greatest edm clubs in Miami!

Party with Marshmello and Skrillex on NYE for $500k

If you’ve got a cool half million to blow this New Years – consider Fontainebleau Miami’s Ultimate New Years Eve experience. Party with Marshmello and Skrillex this New Years Eve in Miami. One thing to note – the price of $500k is per person.

Fontainebleau Miami Beach announces an exclusive and lavish New Year’s Eve experience that allows guests to indulge in the Miami Beach celebrity lifestyle with Justin Bieber, Skrillex and Marshmello. Starting at $500,000 for a five-night stay, the Ultimate VIP Package is available to the first guest who books the experience.

Ultimate VIP Package is available for up to 10 guests.

Ultimate VIP Package includes:

  • Accomodations in Fontainebleau Suites for five nights
  • Exculsive use of guests’ choice of supercars including Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, 488 Spider, Rolls Royse Phantom, McLaren 650s Spider, Aston Martin DB9 Volante and more.
  • Stocked private, poolside cabana at Fontainebleau’s iconoic poolscape each day
  • Private tour of Fontainebleau’s back-of-house operations
  • Up to $100,000 to spend on a private shopping spree at Timeless (Fontainebleau’s exclusive jewelry store) and Ida & Harry (Fontainebleau’s on-site fashion boutique)
  • Chef-led private dinners at Scarpetta and Hakkasan on December 29 and 30

New Year’s Eve

  • Private dinner at StripSteak by Michael Mina
  • Stage-front table for Justin Bieber, at Fontainebleau’s iconic poolscape
  • Private escort to LIV nightclub for Skrillex performance, best table available including 15L bottle of premium champagne and access to the DJ booth
  • Private escort from LIV nightclub across the street to Fontainebleau Marina
  • Travel by private yacht/boat with champagne and catering to STORY Nightclub
  • Private escort to STORY for Marshmello performance including best table available and access to the DJ Booth
  • Backstage private meet & greet with Marshmello
  • Travel by private yacht/boat back to Fontainebleau Marina

New Year’s Day at Fontainebleau

  • Ultimate NYE recovery package, to include:
  • In-suite chef prepared breakfast and Bloody Mary bar
  • “Detox” spa day, including two hours of special treatments for each person

Full details here.

Mansion Miami Closing it’s Doors

For the past 11 years, Mansion has been one of the giants of Miami Beach nightlife, but now it appears the nightclub’s future is uncertain.

Icon Hospitality has confirmed that Mansion will close its doors next week. On Friday, September 4, 2015, Mansion is having Nicky Romero perform for what it is calling on Facebook “Mansion Closing Weekend.”

“Nicky Romero takes to the Mansion Nightclub decks one last time during Mansion Closing Weekend,” the event’s Facebook page says.

When Mansion opened in 2004, taking over the space formerly occupied by another iconic nightclub, Level, it seemed to signal the arrival of Miami’s nightlife scene on a global scale. South Beach almost immediately shifted to a bottle-service-oriented experience, and Mansion was at one point the place to be if you wanted to show off how many bottles you could buy in one night. The venue also hosted many iconic DJs and performers like Deadmau5, David Guetta, Justice, Laidback Luke, and even some off-kilter shows like a performance by a recently hospitalized Britney Spears after her very public meltdown in 2007, and a raunchy set by Peaches.

But sometimes Mansion’s bottle-service clientele would clash with performers, resulting in the venue cutting sets short. It happened to both DJ Shadow and Dennis Ferrer. In February 2012, after his set was stopped, Ferrer tweeted, “Haha @mansion_miami made me get off the decks!! said I don’t play commercial enough!! WTF!!!!!”

Still, with its stunning aerial dancers and ornate interior, Mansion has managed to stay afloat for much longer than most. But Miami’s club scene is an evolving landscape. The recent emergence of places like Libertine and Do Not Sit on the Furniture point to a shift in tastes toward smaller, more intimate venues. It begs the question: Is the mega nightclub on its way out in Miami? Places like Space and LIV endure, so certainly not yet.

We’ll keep you updated on what will become of Mansion’s space as more details emerge. It’s very possible that Mansion may undergo a renovation + name change and come back bigger and better than ever.


Ultimate Miami Bachelorette Party

Tired of hearing your girlfriends talk about the same old Vegas bachelorette party?  “Like OMG it was so fun!!! We hit up Michelle’s promoter and he got us a free table to see Tiesto and all we had to do was pretend we were into some guys.” Well, we have an alternative for you and it goes by the name of South Beach Miami where brides and her besties have recently been flocking to escape the chaos of Vegas but still party it up for one last hoorah. The home of J.Lo, Will Smith, and many celebrities alike, South Beach offers the best in nightlife, elaborate feasts, and of course, the infamous beaches.

Here’s our guide to the ultimate Miami bachelorette weekend:


Miami offers some of the best beach-front luxurious hotels with a chic and sexy ambiance.



Situated on oceanfront Collins Avenue in the heart of Millionaire’s Row, Fontainebleau Miami Beach is one of the most historically and architecturally significant hotels on Miami Beach. A total of 1,504 guestrooms offer luxurious comfort and amenities, from deluxe guestrooms and three bedroom suites, to breathtaking penthouses. The 20-acres oceanfront hotel features an expansive poolscape, a pristine Atlantic Ocean beach, state-of-the-art conference and event facilities, one chic nightlife venue, including LIV®, the ultra-exclusive and high-energy nightclub, home to celebrities and VIPS, and the 40,000-square-foot Lapis spa.

At the direction of culinary celebrities from around the globe, Fontainebleau offers 12 fine dining and casual restaurants, bars and lounges. Signature dining experiences include Scarpetta by Scott Conant, the James Beard award recipient who has created a regional Italian menu combining the simplicity of Italy’s cucina rustica with the refined flavors of fine cuisine; Hakkasan, globally recognized as the pioneering concept that single-handedly changed the face of Chinese cuisine; Michael Mina 74, created uniquely for Fontainebleau, delivers a sophisticated, playful and inventive small plates-driven menu; and StripSteak by Michael Mina, the newest partnership with award-winning chef and restauranteur Michael Mina, will be a steakhouse for today’s adventurous diner.

Delano South Beach


With its soaring lobby and subtle seductions, Delano is the hotel that changed South Beach forever. Designed by Philippe Starck, Delano South Beach balances eclectic details with grand public spaces that are playful, elegant, quietly theatrical and filled with all-night energy – proof that the new rules of chic are simplicity with a crisp, clean and modern sense of ease. Delano’s signature South Beach restaurant, Bianca, features an inventive Italian menu offering local, farm-to-table organic ingredients, while Umi Sushi and Sake Bar provides a casual dining experience, perfect for group dining. Sip one of the infamous cocktails and enjoy people-watching at the sophisticated Rose Bar. Delano Beach Club is the ultimate in poolside luxury, serving meals and cocktails from day into night. The subterranean lounge, FDR, serves as an ideal nightlife destination for the perfect night out in Miami’s South Beach. Unwind and rejuvenate at agua Spa, Delano’s rooftop wellness center where guests can enjoy traditional spa classics and luxurious pampering.

SLS Hotel


The brainchild of Sam Nazarian, SLS Hotels has created a new paradigm in the luxury hotel experience that speaks to a global, sophisticated audience. Taking service and luxury standards from traditional 5-star hotels and injecting elements of creativity and community, SLS delivers a guest experience that seamlessly delivers service, style and fun. SLS Hotels are currently open in Beverly Hills, South Beach, and Las Vegas and are coming soon to New York City, The Bahamas, Seattle, and Philadelphia. SLS also houses the acclaimed Hyde Beach Day and Night Club.




The Bâoli Group features three high standard gastronomic venues, Bâoli Cannes, Bâoli Beach (France) and Bâoli Miami. Each transforms into a partying paradise where conviviality reigns in between the stars and the international jet­setters. Bâoli Cannes has been the flagship locale of the budding Bâoli brand since 1999 and became an instant hit amongst A­-list clientele and the movers­-and­-shakers of the French Riviera.

The opening of Bâoli in Miami rang in a new era of nightlife and dining on South Beach’s shores: The venue imported France’s trademark sophistication and seamlessly merged it with Miami’s unique vibrancy and sass. Situated on one of the country’s most iconic streets Collins Avenue; the restaurant, lounge and club tempts and teases at any hour. Dinner patrons will take their palates on a culinary expedition, exploring unique Mediterranean and Asian flavors and when night falls, the inviting restaurant revamps into a playground for the nocturnal.

The Bâoli brand has played host to some of the world’s most famous DJ’s in both Miami and Cannes including Bob Sinclair, David Guetta, Timatti, Mitch LJ, Tito, Michael Cleis, Nico De Andrea, AcE aka Trey Smith, A$AP Rocky, Infinity Inc, B Crazy, and AVICII among many others.

Make reservations here.



Seaspice is a seafood brasserie and lounge, where elegance lies in simplicity at its purest. It is a celebration of all the senses that marks the return to the core values of hospitality. The menu embraces the idea of comfort food while elevating it to new heights by introducing sophisticated techniques and heartfelt commitment to quality produce. The venue houses two wood burning ovens catering to our signature bread, handcrafted pizzettas, and our signature casseroles. The home of the seafood casserole, Seaspice continues to deliver the signature fare that has become part of the eatery’s recognition.

Located on the banks of the Miami River, the restaurant captures the essence of a waterfront experience by enveloping an outdoor lounge with an indoor dining room, both engaging stunning views of Miami’s downtown skyline. There are several dining accommodations offered. The interior main dining room and bar, an exterior courtyard, outdoor bar, a covered patio, and the new introduction to Seaspice, Modern Garden, featuring a Crudo bar and hot-stone concept. The specialty at Modern Garden, Crudos, offers a contemporary interpretation of exquisite raw fish and seafood flavored in olive oil, seasalt, citrus and fresh herbs. The hot stones feature a unique dining concept that involve searing prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood on a 850 degree volcanic stone slab served at your table. The space is outfitted with a distinctive architecturally designed sculpture which composes an art installation that is both visually engaging as well as space defining. An added bonus; 550 feet of private docking space.

Make reservations here.

Hyde Beach


Already an icon in LA and Vegas, Hyde’s first Miami location keeps it celebrated style and energy going all day and all night in the heart of South Beach at The SLS Hotel. Hyde Beach offers artful mixology and cuisine from Jose Andrés — all in an over 8,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor space with a gorgeous pool and beach access.

  • Hyde’s First Day and Nightlife Oceanfront Location
  • More than 8,000 Square Feet of Pool, Beach and Indoor-Outdoor Space
  • Offers Artful Mixology and José Andrés Cuisine Inspired by the Local Community

You can make bottle service reservations here!

Nikki Beach


One of South Beach’s most elite clubs, Nikki Beach is located directly on the beach. With torches, palm trees, sand under your feet and the sky as your roof, it doesn’t get much better than this. Sunday afternoons are best, when everyone lazily wanders in to sip drinks after a day at the beach and the Sunday night singles scene really gets things sizzling. Sure it’s the beach, but dress to impress when coming for a night out, or you might not get in. While the club has limited hours of operation, the restaurant is open daily for lunch and all day on Sunday. Nikki Beach not only features both an outdoor club and a more intimate indoor space, but also a restaurant and lounge area complete with beds and hammocks. The club offers an experience geared towards the daytime (lounging, drinking, eating, and dancing) and the night, with outdoor parties on the weekends and all night parties on Sunday nights at the indoor club.

You can make daybed or cabana reservations here!