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D! Nightclub, originally an old theater, then cinema, and finally converted into a club, opened its doors in 1996 to throngs of eager club-goers. This super hip spot caters to the young and chic, yet you will find almost every kind of person there. Great music, lights, and drinks make this a great place to go for the night. The club also has live acts, from cabaret to comedy, and the shows and times can be found on the website.
The Bleu Lézard is one of the most popular café/bar/clubs in Lausanne. A good place to eat by day, by night the bar becomes busy with a diverse mix who tend to spill outside to the tables in the street so the crowding is bearable. There is no charge to enter the club downstairs where they feature live music and various popular DJs. An added extra is that the bar is also an exhibition space for young artists, which changes every month, making for great conversation pieces.
Situated just behind the Esplanade du Flon, this nightclub and dance hall is one of the trendiest in Lausanne, and considered a jewel of Swiss clubbing. Inside it’s all neon lights, VIP booths, sleek surfaces, and miniature strobe lights – it feels, a little bit, like walking into a magazine shoot showing off the latest fashions in nightclub interior designs. The club has two floors: the first has the main dance floor and VIP area, while the second floor hosts weekend Latin music nights and parties. The rooftop is something to behold, with a lot of colorful seating, a few small but nicely designed gardens, and a large, covered bar.
Since 1985 Mad Club has provided a fun, enjoyable atmosphere with fantastic DJs on four floors of a remodeled warehouse, which includes three separate sound systems, four bars, and a restaurant. Membership is suggested, however not required. This amazing dance club can also be rented out for private occasions.
This popular cocktail bar located in the heart of the La Citè area of Lausanne is home to a basement nightclub room called, “The Vault.” The bar upstairs mixes classic styles from the prohibition era with some bohemian touches. A full menu of both classic and creative cocktails is also filled out with wine, champagne, and whiskeys. DJ’s play classic party songs and hip-hop downstairs until late into the morning. The bar also hosts many events that take advantage of the club’s aesthetics, including many Burlesque and Prohibition themed parties.