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THE BEST NIGHT CLUBS OF RIVIERA

When we say Riviera, it’s always about the best vacation. This is a story about impressions you will certainly get. Why is that? Because the French Riviera means style, comfort, beauty and the most beautiful girls, most expensive yachts, most exquisite champagne and dancing all night long!

Our list includes a lot of dreams we recommend to our customers. We invite guests and love to dance also.

The list of the best French Riviera clubs is TOP-8 of the coolest and most trendy places (TOP-5 wasn’t enough for us). If you visit each of them in Cannes and Saint-Tropez, you will understand why it is called the Riviera Gold.

1. VIP ROOM CANNES (50 BULEVARD DE LA CROISETTE, CANNES)

This night club is a favorite one of Rihanna and Chris Brown. Famous guests do not only perform here, but also have a great time. All the parties that this place has ever seen! Like, we’ve seen Paris Hilton dancing on the table. The thing is that VIP ROOM is for real VIP guests! You can easily spend USD 1 million in a single night!

 

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2. LE BAOLI (BULEVARD DE LA CROISETTE, PORT PIEREE CANTO, CANNES)

Do you wanna dance to tracks of most popular DJs? Then Le Bâoli is the right place for you! This is the best night club in the Côte d’Azur. And we are talking about music now. Even Hollywood celebrities come here to be the first listening to the next season tracks. Minimalistic design, no bizzarerie, – you come here to be one of the few. Le Bâoli is one Brad Pitt’s favorite places. Every now and then, he is seen at Bâoli Miami.

 

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3. JIMMYZ (AVENUE PRINCESSE GRACE, MONTE CARLO)

This night club is one of those belonging to the Prince of Monaco. You will certainly admit some luxury! The club is famous for its themed and costume parties (Angel Night, Geisha (And Not Only) Party, Kiss me, I am a candy, Cabaret Night). The club has already opened a new season with a blast on March 18 featuring DJ Kris Corleone and Leo Lanvin. This spring, Jimmyz will feature mostly Bob Sinclair during Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Tennis Tournament.

 

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4. BILLIONAIRE (PLACE DU CASINO, MONTE CARLO)

Billionaire Monaco is a night club and a casino for millionaires and billionaires. French people call this place ‘cream on champagne’: it’s only for the cream of society. Golden bottles of expensive wine, fanciest diamonds and the coolest cars!

 

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5. LE BUDDHA BAR (PLACE DU CASINO, MONTE CARLO)

This is the most luxurious, fanciest and iconic clubs. Buddha Bar is full of Oriental appeal topped by European style. They say Buddha Bar is a new trademark of Monte Carlo. It is a mix of Parisian Opera Garnier and fantastic luxury cuisine. This is a place of the coolest parties and brand presentations. Buddha Bar is a favorite club for many VIPs from jewelry and automobile industry.

6. LES CAVES DU ROY (AVENUE PAUL SIGNAC, SAINT TROPEZ)

Royal Cellars or caves is the literal translation of this iconic Saint Tropez club name. Les Caves du Roy is a place of 24/7 summer parties. In its 40 years of history, the club became the resort’s trademark. Opened in a famous Byblos Hotel, the club attracts attention of multi-billionaires from all over the world. Mick Jagger, Naomi Campbell, Paris Hilton, Russian rap singer Timati, and world royal family members, sheiks are usual guests here.

 

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7. VIP ROOM (PASSAGE DU PORT, SAINT TROPEZ)

We just love VIP ROOM! Where are the best parties for VIP guests? They are here! Paris, Cannes, Saint-Tropez feature TOP-3 VIP ROOM clubs. In is the downtown of Saint-Tropez and is opened all over the summer season. This club is a favorite place for millionaires, movie stars, singers and rappers, and the dance floor is set on fire by famous house and techno DJs.

8. L’OPERA (RESIDENCE DU PORT, SAINT-TROPEZ)

This restaurant and night club (at night) since its opening in 2014 has become a favorite place for luxury parties and pre-parties. It has the most beautiful and romantic terrace in Saint-Tropez, opening a view to the world’s most luxurious yachts mirrored in port’s waters.

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