Club Guesthouse  

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While few unsensitive people could see Bucharest as a mess, I definitely prefer to talk about the city as a patchwork. You’ve probably heard about the city tour called « Bucharest, the old little Paris, the new little Berlin », and If I still didn’t find any Currywurst in town (let me know if you hear about a good place), among blocks and Brutalist architecture, Club Guesthouse could be one of the reason why Bucharest is more and more compared with the german capital. As a reflex, You’ve probably checked on Resident Advisor, where to spend your nights here and there are 100 percent of chances that Guesthouse catched your attention. Very good. While some clubs are closed during the summer or prefer to diversify their lines up (which is very good too!), Guesthouse, besides being open all year long, is fully dedicated to techno, house and underground electronic music. The Guys know their stuff and I've never been disappointed by any parties I’ve been to, au contraire. Note that’s it’s probably less complicated to be admitted there than at Berghain, just that they don’t have any dark room (if the idea might have interested you). Is your booty asking your brain for a 48h shaking? Then you found the spot.

Mathieu N.

Strada Popa Nan 84, București 030167, Romania

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