5th June, 2018

7 Premium Nightclubs in Mumbai Which Throws The Wildest Parties And Attracts The Craziest People

Mumbai is an extremely diverse city in every aspect, be it culture, its people, the standard of living, sports or the experiences which the city has to offer. Among experiences, comes the glamorous and happening nightlife of Mumbai, known for hosting the wildest and craziest parties and events in India. Unlike many other cities with a thriving nightlife culture, Mumbai takes it to a new level altogether with the parties continuing till 6 in the morning on weekends.

Here are 7 of the best nightclubs in Mumbai which you can hit to enjoy pumping DJ nights with your loved ones –

#1. Playboy – Located in Worli, this is the second club launched by the international entertainment Playboy, after their debut in India at Hyderabad. The highlights of this truly international club include high ceiling, spacious interiors, 3 premium bars, top-notch sound systems and special VIP sections. The music genres commonly played here House, Commercial, Techno and Hip-Hip. Being a luxury nightclub , it is on the expensive side, but the experience will be worth the amount you spend.

#2. BKC Dive – With an array of events planned throughout the week, BKC Dive is a great nightlife destination in Mumbai for clubbing events as well as live band performances and sports screening. The place a good 6 page long bar menu, offering a variety of beers, whiskeys, mocktails and cocktails. Ladies can hit this club on a Wednesday evening to avail special offers. For a pint of beer, you only pay approximately INR 100, making BKC Dive the most pocket friendly nightclub in this list.

#3. Ark – Located in the plush 5-star hotel – Courtyard by Marriott, Ark is a comfortable and cosy place, lit beautifully by various kinds of decorative lights. Being a part of an international 5-star hotel chain, the place is on the expensive side, but you can always try exploring special offers to get the best deals. The food items you must for at Ark are Mozzarella Sticks, Mini Burgers and Bruschettas, mostly finger food.  

#4. blueFrog – Over the years blueFrog has earned a reputation all over India for presenting only the very best in music. And why shouldn’t, after all the place was first launched in Mumbai when a bunch of admen, musicians and filmmakers came together to create a multidimensional platform which blueFrog is today. It’s an all in one place, be it serving a concert hall, dance floor, recording studio or restaurant. Feast on juicy steaks and burgers at blueFrog, as you soak in the best in music.

#5. Aer – Placed beautifully on the 34th floor of the Four Seasons 5-star hotel, Aer is equally good for both soulful sunsets and high octane dance nights. There are very few other places in Mumbai which offer a view as breathtaking as Aer covering iconic places like Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Bandra-Worli Sealink and Haji Ali mosque. The popular cocktails among the regulars are Falling Indian and Lady, and they go perfectly with their thin-crust pizzas. The budget-friendly time to visit this place would be between 5:30 and 8:00 PM, when they run Happy Hours, offering many drinks at half price. 

#6. China House – A part of the Grand Hyatt hotel in Santacruz East, China House is famous for Sichuan food and late night parties. Before visiting this place on a Friday or Saturday, make sure you are dressed fine and it’s not an all-boys gang, for a hassle-free entry inside the club. DJs from all across India fly to China House for weekend gigs, making the night all the more special. Some of the unique dishes you can try here include Lamb Pancakes, Peking Duck, Spicy Broth and Jasmine Tiramisu.   

#7. Tamasha – If there was one thing which this list was missing till now, it was a smashing Bollywood nightclub. Tamasha, located in Lower Parel is the place to be for desi Page 3 parties with DJs mixing the best of Bollywood music. The lovely lights placed on the ceiling, adds up to the charm of the place. The place is open till 3 AM at night, so there is no stopping the party. The food they serve is mostly derived from Continental and Indian cuisine. 


by Vaibhav Lal