rated 67%
3 reviews

address: Passeig Maritim Barceloneta 38


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Did you know that the very first Pacha nightclub opened in Sitges, on the Costa Dorada, way back in 1967? Some would say it's fitting then that - having conquered the globe, from Moscow to Rio de Janeiro - one of the world's most famous entertainment brands has finally settled in Barcelona, just a few miles from where it all began. Occupying a premium spot on the famous Port Olimpic strip, the superclub hosts parties seven days a week, starting with BreakOuters on Monday, beloved by the city's large Erasmus population, to Feel Ibiza on Saturdays, where DJs from the White Isle fly in to recreate that wonderful and hedonistic Balearic vibe. The venue's organically moulded, predominantly white interior (a nod to Gaudi?) and pounding sound system creates a great space for revelry, whilst a terrace and third room, create two more zones for a change of scene. But be warned, the party rocks until 6am so you may have to pace yourself! For other nightlife options check out our parties page. From boat parties to VIP night tours the fiestas never end in Barcelona!

Pacha Barcelona

Really great nightclub! Great music and nice atmosphere! We had free entrances because a friends recommend us

reviewed by Marco from United States on Jun.09.2015

English people avoid this place!! We were assaulted by a Nightclub Bouncers!!
Last Sunday 15th of March went there with my boyfriend to celebrate my birthday. Around 2.30am we decided to change the club and went to collect our jackets. We were queuing to cloakroom and one of the Spanish guy in the line had a goal to my boyfriend for no reason. However, he didnít speak English so we didnít know what he wanted. Suddenly, two bouncers came up to us to find out whatís going on. They didnít speak English either and without any conversation one of the bouncers (very tall and fat guy) put my partner in a chokehold which caused temporary loss of consciousness. I wanted to help my boyfriend however; the second bouncer was holding me so I couldnít move. We were removed from the club and the bouncer punched my boyfriend outside the bar, causing him to bleed from his face.
He wanted also slap me in my face however, I avoided it.
We spent there around 150 euros and they treated us like a shit.
They disrespected us. I thought that the duty of a bouncer is to monitor the crowd to see that everyone behaves. Donít bounce anyone
If you donít speak Spanish DONíT GO there. Very bad experience. Very unprofessional people work there.

reviewed by magdalena from United Kingdom on Mar.24.2015

I went with my boyfriend and we had a great time. The door staff were really good (which is sometimes a surprise in Barcelona!) and I liked it that you could change from the terrace to the inside with different types of music.

reviewed by Ania from Poland on Jan.15.2015



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