The once Q Club, then the Q97 Club, has now been transformed yet again to the new Play Club
If you are a regular clubber to the California Tower in D'Aguilar Street, you'd still be forgiven for being disillusioned in thinking that you've got off at the wrong floor because of club name changes. Nonetheless, the new Play Club has undergone a favourable new makeover using a mix of purple and dark colours to create an ultra sleek and futuristic ambience to this venue. The lighting is plenty sexy, adorning a new interactive system that lights up a clubbing venue like no other.
Everything else is pretty much the same as before with state of the art sound system, ample dancing space and DJ on the decks on Fridays. Thursdays and Saturdays are hip hop days. A new menu has been created, especially in the cocktails section so if you're looking to try out new drinks in a clubbing environment, Play is one of the places to go.
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