Also known as Le You, this is a popular place among late teens and early 20-somethings. It has great commercial music that ranges from trance and progressive house and themed parties are sometimes part of the fun. The club has two floors (balcony included), it’s close to Grand Place and it’s definitely a place to visit if dancing is your thing. Keep in mind that every Sunday they have a weekly gay party.
“We don’t sleep, we dream” is the motto of this big club located in one of the most prestigious areas in Brussels. With pink neon lights and an unconventional atmosphere, Bloody Louis is the place where young clubbers come to enjoy a crazy night out listening to Electro and Hip Hop music. The club is also gay friendly, so everyone is welcomed here!
A one of a kind nightclub located in an old Anglican church. With a crystal-and-gold décor, a chandelier made out of real Murano glass and a VIP Area, Spirito is the kind of place where not everyone is guaranteed to get in. With three different bars, carefully selected music and a really nice gothic interior, this club is everything you’d expect from a high-end place.
Set in an old 1912 movie theater just northwest of the city center, Mirano Continental kept the building’s original structure, grand entrance and even the rotating podium that today is the dance floor where people party like there’s no tomorrow. Music varies between electronic to RnB and live concerts are hosted here sometimes.