Karlovy Lazne is the largest music club complex in Central Europe, and one of the coolest places in Prague to hang out.
One entrance fee gets you a ticket to 5 clubs on 5 levels. Each floor at Karlovy Lazne has its own style, from disco to hard-core trance; enough variation to keep even the most ardent clubber entertained all night.
Starting at the ground floor going up you get: Music Café, Discothèque (70s disco revival), Kaleidoscope (hits of the 60s-80s), Paradogs Club (the best in house, trance and techno), and Chill Out (mellow tunes on the top floor in a café style, with floor cushions, rugs and soft lighting - do the other 4 levels properly, and you are bound to end up here!).
The interior of Karlovy Lazne dates from the 14th/15th centuries. Original mosaic tiles adorn the walls and floors in some areas, while preserved Roman style spa pools (minus the water) serve as two of the pumping dance floors.
Karlovy Lazne Dance Club really gets going after 10pm at weekends, so to avoid lengthy queues get there early.