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Deluxe Safari Luxury in the Barossa

29 Jun 2018

BAROSSA, SA:  Getaways to Australia’s most famous wine region are about to reach a new level of eco-luxe, with the launch of luxury glamping tents at Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley .

Barossa Valley's new eco-retreat, nestled beside the vineyards

Nestled within a private area of the park, the 12 eco-friendly safari tents are majestically set amongst native gums, with vineyard views as far as the eye can see.

With the tents sharing a private swimming pool with heated spa, and premium BBQ and lounge area, they are the ultimate place to unwind and embrace lavish comfort, while being close to nature.

Each tent has been meticulously designed to be environmentally sustainable and features a private three metre deck, ensuite bathroom, kitchenette, and spacious bedroom configured with either a king-sized bed or two twins.

Bookings are now open ahead of the official launch in August, with the Safari Tents priced at $250 per tent, per night.

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Being less than an hour and a half from Adelaide, Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley is the closest glamping experience to the city; perfect for romantic weekends away and special events like birthday celebrations and hen’s weekends.

Discovery Parks Chief Commercial Officer Darren Peisley said the Barossa glamping experience has been modelled on the success of Discovery’s Byron Bay safari tents.

“Two years ago, we launched a glamping experience in Byron Bay. The experience quickly elevated the park to one of the hottest properties in the area, attracting visitors who are after unique luxury experiences while still being in touch with nature,” said Darren.

“Increasingly, people are seeking holiday experiences that are more genuine than can be found from the confines of a hotel room. They are embracing ways to enjoy the environment sustainably - and there is no better part of the world to enjoy nature than in one of the world’s best wine regions, with cellar doors at your doorstep!”

“We will soon be launching a similar experience on Rottnest Island in Western Australia, and look forward to welcoming guests from across Australia and the world to our safari tent experiences”, said Darren.

The safari tents are an award-winning design by EcoStructures Australia and are made from the highest-grade canvas available. They are wind tolerant up to Category 5 cyclones and 100% waterproof, with superior features that are complimented by a modern eco-friendly design.

For more information and to book visit www.discoveryholidayparks.com.au or call 1800 356 801.

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*18+ ONLY* Nestled within a private area of the park, your eco-friendly safari tent is set amongst native gums, with vineyard views as far as the eye can see. Sharing a private swimming pool and premium BBQ and lounge area, it is the ultimate place to unwind and embrace lavish comfort. Each tent has been meticulously designed to be environmentally sustainable and features a private three metre deck, ensuite bathroom, kitchenette, and spacious bedroom configured with either a king-sized or twin bedding.

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Nestled within a private area of the park, your eco-friendly safari tent is set amongst native gums, with vineyard views as far as the eye can see. Sharing a private swimming pool and premium BBQ and lounge area, it is the ultimate place to unwind and embrace lavish comfort. Each tent has been meticulously designed to be environmentally sustainable and features a private three metre deck, en-suite bathroom, kitchenette, and spacious bedroom configured with either a king-sized or twin bedding.

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Safari Tent excellence - Review of Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley

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Stayed for 2 nights in a Safari Tent. Fabulous accommodation. No TV but wifi accessible. Perfect quiet location with all Safari tents located so no intrusion. Swimming pool and undercover area with bbq and tables/chairs. Group of Bridge players in other tents, so great interaction. Clean, tidy and well maintained. Staff friendly and helpful, extremely professionally run establishment. Minor downside....vehicles not permitted in Safari Park area, so reduce your luggage. However, on departing we did drive in with the staff to load our vehicle, not disrupting anyone. More

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G’day Jan, thanks for staying with us at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley and taking 5 to provide your kind words. We’re ecstatic your stay with us was 5-Stars, and that you loved the accommodation as well as all the great facilities! We hope to see you stay again. Kind Regards, the Discovery Parks team.

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Great location private pool and spa (heatered spa and pool). Very quiet location ideally for couples. Tents are very spacious There are no cooking facilities in the tent but there is communal BBQ and outdoor eating area with blinds and heaters. Will be back again next year

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Superior cabin was great, roomy with a lovely front deck. Biggest downside of the cabin to me was that the bunk room had no fans (due to the bunks) and no aircon/heater so need to leave the door open to that room. Park has a lot of facilities for the kids and camp kitchen even had a pizza oven.

G'day there, thanks for staying with us at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley! We're so happy to read you loved your time with us and we had everything you needed to keep the kids busy. It can be tricky to find activities for kids during holidays, so we're pleased we could help. We're also glad that you were able to enjoy the pizza oven in the camp kitchen and loved your cabin too, aside from your issues with room temperature. Thanks a lot for taking 5 to provide your great feedback. We hope to see you again soon. Kind Regards, the Discovery Parks team.

Being long time caravaners and Discovery Parks members, we were rather underwhelmed with this park. On the plus side, the ladies at reception were very friendly and professional. The park is only a 10 minute walk to the main street of Tanunda. Unfortunately, the minuses outweigh the pluses! The site we were allocated was very shallow, as were many no not call them roads were very narrow, making it difficult to access and depart sites. There is only one dump point for what is a relatively large park, and of course they managed to locate it at one end of the park, rather than nearer the middle amenities block which would be more central for everyone. Don't think we will be returning

The water park would seem to be the highlight of this park but it absolutely goes downhill from there. We stayed on a supposedly grassed powered site yet there was not a blade of grass to be found. In fact all of the sites near us were just piles of dirt. On the plus side, the camp kitchen is well equipped when you can get in to use it and the park caters for kids with the water park, bouncing pillow, movies and a small playground. However the facilities did not appear to be cleaned at all throughout the weekend - the same squashed bug remained on the floor for our entire stay. The pool is big but the floor is gritty (probably due to the dirt sites) and the water was cloudy. All in all I would not stay here again. It was one of the most expensive parks but poorest quality parks we have stayed in and there are much better reasonably priced accomodation options in the Barossa.

My partner and I stayed overnight on a Friday. We got there about 1pm and despite being told we can’t check in until 2pm they let us check in early. Despite this the reception desk are not a friendly bunch! Check out is 10am and there is No Late Check out. They were very insistent on that! We had booked one of the Safari Tents. Which are in a separate area to the rest of the park. The area is over 18 and has its own communal bbq area and pool. The area is away from the main park so there is little noise from the other campers. The pool area is a good size, although the safety glass could do with a clean, same as the pool itself. (It was full of leaves) there was also loads of ants. So impossible to lay on the ground by the pool. The pool also has a heated spa. The tents are fairly new. They are very clean with a well equipped kitchen and a good bathroom. The main bedroom has a/c. No TV though. After staying in something similar before, the tents were a pleasant surprise. Couldn’t fault them. Our view over the fence was of vineyards and forests. We did have an issue with the pool pump. We were in the tent next to the pool and heard the pump all night. Overall we did enjoy our stay. The beds were comfy and the tent was clean. Did think the place was over priced. It’s a tent and for that it’s not cheap. A lot of Hotels in the CBD are cheaper Would we stay again? Not in the same tent. Try for tents 2, 7 to 9. We would probably pay the extra $30 a night and stay at an actual hotel. With a TV, a clean pool, no ants and late checkout!

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G’day jonl9, thanks for taking the time to leave your review and staying with us at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley. We're happy to read you loved your time with us in our great glamping tents, but are sorry to hear you were disappointed with the price. We hope to welcome you back to our park again soon. Kind Regards, the Discovery Parks team.

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I recently stayed in a Deluxe Safari Tent at Discovery Park Barossa Valley. I took my sister along to celebrate her 80th birthday. I requested twin beds and rang the day before our arrival to confirm we would have twin beds, but on arrival to our tent, I was rather miffed to find the bed made up as one King. A quick phone call and someone was over to rectify this. Then after using the very nice en suite bathroom, for the first time, I discovered a used wet towel still hanging on the back of our bathroom door. A brief email to the team and someone came over to collect the used towel that we left out on the verandah. The car park for the safari tents is located on the other side of the creek and you have a short walk over to the safari tent site which is restricted to safari tent guests only. Some tents are located close to this path but our tent, number 2 ,was tucked into the corner and required walking across the stepping stone path which is surrounded by smaller rocks. This was really a difficult journey for my sister and it was impossible for her to use her walker along this rocky stepping stone path. If you are coming with anyone who has any difficulty in walking, please make sure you find out which tent you are allocated first and that... I recently stayed in a Deluxe Safari Tent at Discovery Park Barossa Valley. I took my sister along to celebrate her 80th birthday. I requested twin beds and rang the day before our arrival to confirm we would have twin beds, but on arrival to our tent, I was rather miffed to find the bed made up as one King. A quick phone call and someone was over to rectify this. Then after using the very nice en suite bathroom, for the first time, I discovered a used wet towel still hanging on the back of our bathroom door. A brief email to the team and someone came over to collect the used towel that we left out on the verandah. The car park for the safari tents is located on the other side of the creek and you have a short walk over to the safari tent site which is restricted to safari tent guests only. Some tents are located close to this path but our tent, number 2 ,was tucked into the corner and required walking across the stepping stone path which is surrounded by smaller rocks. This was really a difficult journey for my sister and it was impossible for her to use her walker along this rocky stepping stone path. If you are coming with anyone who has any difficulty in walking, please make sure you find out which tent you are allocated first and that it is easy to access. I don't recall anywhere on their website that indicates that this is could be a problem. Tent 2 would also have the least desirable view from the balcony of all of the tents. Our first night stay was so peaceful and I felt very refreshed the first morning after a wonderful nights sleep in the very comfortable bed. Alas our second night was totally wrecked as the vineyard that abuts the safari tent area, (directly alongside the back of tent 2), had its vines harvested during the night. How could we be so unlucky! The harvest truck commenced at 12.30am and went until 4.30am. The noise was deafening and it was totally impossible to sleep. We had to check out at 10am and my nerves were all on edge due to the terrible night. I was very concerned about driving home after having so little sleep. I spoke to reception about it on my way out and whilst I appreciate it is something above their control, I really felt there was very little concern given to the effect that this had on us and how it totally wrecked what was supposed to be a relaxing stay and a special way to celebrate my sister's 80th birthday. A little bit of empathy from the park staff would have gone a long way but it was dismissed with 'we didn't know about and I've let our manager know'. More

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Hi hartpj, thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback. We're really sorry to read you had an unpleasent experience with us at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley. We'd like to chat with you further around this, so please know we'll get in touch directly as soon as we're able. If you have any questions in the mean time, please reach out to us. Kind regards, the Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley team.

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Very disappointed deluxe cabin 35 seems to be stuck away from the other deluxe cabins as an afterthought. Could not use our balcony almost touching next cabins car no privacy no grass not near BBQ facilities. Cabin great but won’t stay here again. If you get this one you have definitely drawn the short straw !

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G’day kayw773, thanks for taking 5 to leave your kind words and staying with us at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley. We’re happy to know you enjoyed your stay, but are sorry to read the cabin location wasn’t as expected. Please know we’ll follow this up with our reception crew to improve our communication and guest expectations. We hope to welcome you back again soon. Kind Regards, the Discovery Parks team.

We have stayed here before but the price seemed to have gone up dramatically. $65 for a powered site per night. It is the most we have ever paid. The park is quite nice and good facilities for families. Pool. Water park and bouncing pillow. Our Son hired a cabin. Very disappointed as they only realised the fridge wasn't working the first morning there. Went to reception and explained they had to throw out all their food. Someone came and had a look but nothing was done. Asked for some compensation for the lost food but to no avail. Ended up being quite an expensive weekend.

G'day Mr & Mrs Turnbull, thanks for staying at Discovery Parks - Barossa and sharing your comments. It is disappointing to read that your stay did not meet your expectations. Our rates vary daily and are inline with similar parks in our network and our competitors, I am sorry that you thought it expensive. Our maintenance team attended to the refrigerator and advised as it was over-filled the air was unable to flow and cool, we checked the fridge multiple times throughout that afternoon and also after receiving your review today and it was cooling and functioning as normal, as you were out on the day a 'maintenance' card was left to advise this had been attended to, please accept our apologies if this wasn't verbally communicated to you. I am sorry to learn that some of the food went to waste, please feel free to contact me directly at the Park, should you wish to discuss further. We appreciate your feedback and take all comments onboard as we work to improve our Park and services. Warm Regards, Discovery Parks - Barossa Manager.

We stayed for 5 nights recently. The facilities are awesome and the it is amazingly family friendly.. However we have an 18’ van that only just fitted on our site ….with no practical place to put the car.it was an absolute nightmare trying to get out of our site with trees so close to the van! We watched many bigger vans ….the norm these days ….. not being able to fit into their sites and having to move. Beware of the Lpremium sites. Terminology. Many of the vans were struggling to fit into them! And just be aware that there were plenty of European Wasps around!

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G'day TripAdvisor User, thanks for taking the time to provide your feedback. We're happy to know you liked your time with us at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley but are sorry you found our site to be a little tight. If you need any assistance in future, please be sure to chat with one of our friendly staff members. We're glad this didn't deter your stay and hope we can welcome you back again soon! Kind Regards, the Discovery Parks team.

This park has great facilities and the glamping was amazing when we stayed there. Could not fault it at all. But unfortunately our recent stay was not as good. The cabin in our eyes was very overpriced for what you got. And Very unclean. Kitchen cupboards were dirty marks everywhere also on walls etc also the couch has a huge stain on it.

G’day valued guest, thanks for staying with us at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley and sharing your feedback. We’re pleased that you enjoyed your stay in our safari tents and our awesome park facilities, it is disappointing to read that your recent stay missed the mark, please accept our sincere apologies. We have a manager on-call 24 hours/day and appreciate the opportunity to address any issues experienced at the time, I am sorry if this wasn't communicated to you. We appreciate all feedback as we tireless work to improve our services and facilities. We hope to welcome you back for a better stay in the not too distant future. Warm Regards - Discovery Parks team.

We camped here for a birthday celebrations. The team were so accomodating in adding extra people and checking in earlier on the day. We had a no power site and it was spacious and only a few other campers. The facilities here were great from the bathrooms , pools and coffee van onsite. The only thing I could fault was the galas in the trees very early and ongoing in the morning however it is all a part of the experience.

G’day Brittany, thanks for staying with us and taking the time to leave your feedback. We are thrilled that you had a great experience at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley and you enjoyed our facilities and starting your day with a tasty brew from our friends at Fresh Bean. I am sorry to read of the early wake up call from the birds, but as you say all part of the experience. We can't wait to welcome you back again soon. Kind Regards, the Discovery Parks team.

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Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley wine region, just a 2-minute drive from Tanunda town center, Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley features an outdoor pool, conference facilities and an inflatable trampoline. Guests staying at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley can spend their days exploring the surrounding wineries including Turkey Flat Vineyard and Peter Lehmann Wines, both within a 6-minute drive away. There are a variety of free standing accommodations types on offer including villas, cabins and studios. All include a kitchenette, flat-screen TV, and air-conditioning. Some include laundry facilities. Guests have access to a shared lounge area, children’s playground, barbecue facilities and a games room with billiards. You can ask the tour desk for information on the region.

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Please note that there is a 1% charge when you pay with a Visa or Mastercard credit card.

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Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), this property is taking steps to protect the safety of guests and staff. Certain services and amenities may be reduced or unavailable as a result.

In accordance with government guidelines to minimize transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19), this property may request additional documentation from guests to validate identity, travel itinerary, and other relevant info on dates where such guidelines exist.

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Luxury Safari Tents | Discovery Parks Barossa Valley, South Australia

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Hitting the road and staying in the open air doesn’t necessarily mean roughing it.

In fact, getting away on a holiday adventure has just reached a whole new level of eco-luxe, with the launch of safari tents at Discovery Parks, Barossa Valley.  Grab your partner or the girls, and book a Deluxe Safari Tent for the most stylish camping adventure you’ve ever had – to Australia’s most famous wine region.

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The Barossa Valley is less than an hour’s drive from Adelaide and is well worth the short trip to be immersed in the culture and climate of one of the most gorgeous spots in the state.

Not to mention the wine tasting, gourmet food offerings and beautiful scenery right there at your fingertips.

And now Discovery Parks – Barossa Valley has upped the ante in accommodation, it’s the perfect time to book your escape.

Nestled within a private area of the park, 12 eco-friendly safari tents sit amongst native gums and are surrounded by vineyard views.

The tents share a private swimming pool and heated spa with a premium barbeque and lounge area.

So, leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind, in fact leave the kids with the grandparents and treat yourselves to lavish comfort within the tranquillity of nature.

Each tent has been designed to be environmentally sustainable and features a private, three-metre deck, an ensuite bathroom, kitchenette and spacious bedroom configured with either a king-sized or two twin beds.

These award-winning tents designed by EcoStructures Australia are perfect to accommodate your birthday, hens’ night, romantic getaway, girls’ weekend or lone writing retreat.

As the largest owner and operator of lifestyle holiday parks in

Australia, Discovery Parks know what it takes to give you a great getaway, and the picturesque Barossa Valley always puts on a good show, so what are you waiting for?

**Competition now closed WIN – thanks to our friends at Discovery Holiday Parks, we are giving you the chance to win a night’s accomondation in a safari tent valued at $250.**

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Red Square & Moscow City Tour

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Highlights:.

  • Experience medieval Kitay Gorod (China town).
  • Wander picturesque Red Square and Alexander Garden.
  • Explore grand Christ the Savior Cathedral on our Red Square tour.
  • Breathtaking panoramic views from Patriarch bridge.
  • Enjoy a hearty lunch on the large open verandah and marvel at the stunning views of the Kremlin.
  • Learn about Russian culture from the local through relaxed cultural discussions.

Tour Itinerary:

Red square:.

Russia and Moscow are synonymous with Red Square and the Kremlin and that's hardly surprising as you'll find these places absolutely stunning!

  • - Walk-through the Resurrection Gate and don’t forget to flip a coin so you’ll be sure to come back one day!
  • - Visit the world's famous Kazan Cathedral .
  • - See the State Department Store (GUM), once the Upper Trading Stalls, which were built over a century ago and still operating!
  • - Admire the lovely St. Basil's Cathedral! The French diplomat Marquis de Custine commented that it combined "the scales of a golden fish, the enamelled skin of a serpent, the changeful hues of the lizard, the glossy rose and azure of the pigeon's neck" and wondered at "the men who go to worship God in this box of confectionery work".
  • - Walk by Lobnoye Mesto (literally meaning "Execution Place", or "Place of Skulls"), once Ivan the Terrible's stage for religious ceremonies, speeches, and important events.
  • - Entering the Alexander Garden , you’ll take in spectacular views of Russian architecture from ancient to Soviet times, as well as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with an eternal flame. Watch Changing of the Guard Ceremony every hour in summer and every half an hour in winter.

Kitai-gorod:

Stroll along medieval Kitai-gorod with its strong ancient Russia feel, known for its bohemian lifestyle, markets and arts.

  • - Nikolskaya Street. Here you will find the Russia's first publishing house, the second oldest monastery, and Ferryn Pharmacy, known as the number one pharmacy back in Soviet times and famous for its Empire-style architecture.
  • - Ilinka Street. The financial street of the Kitaigorod (China Town) district, where you’ll find the Gostiny Dvor (Merchant’s Yard), which is now a showroom for Ferraris and Maseratis. The street was designed in the 1790s by Catherine the Great.
  • - Varvarka street. The oldest street in Moscow, which dates back to the 14th century, and still has remnants of early Muscovite architecture, such as the Old English Court and the Palace of the Romanov’s.
  • - Kamergersky Lane. Only a small road of about 250 meters, it is home to some of the oldest artifacts of the city, as each building holds a fascinating story. Some of Russia's most famous writers, poets, and composers from as far back as the Golden Age of Russian culture, have lived or worked on this lane.

Historic City Center

Walk the historical old center of Moscow with its cool local vibe, including the main Tverskaya street , and indulge in desserts in the first grocery “Eliseev's store” , housed in an 18th century neoclassical building, famous for its baroque interior and decoration.

From our tour. Impressions of our American tourist:

At 3:30, as energy flagged, lunch was on the agenda at a Ukrainian restaurant.  Just in time!  We asked our guide to order for us.  We all had the same thing....borscht (the Ukrainian version has beans and more tomatoes than the Russian version, which has more beets and includes beef). 

The special high bread served is called galushki.  Our main course was golubtsy...a dish of minced meat rolled in braised cabbage leaves.  Both dishes called for optional sour cream as a topping....of course, yes, please....I recommend it. 

Full, satisfied, and completely refreshed, it was off to Red Square and St. Basil's and GUM department store.  Red Square is not so named because of the color of the brick walls of the Kremlin.  Rather the word for 'red' and the word for 'beautiful' are similar in pronunciation....and, there you have it. 

As we made the turn by the National Museum in front of which is the mounted sculpture of the "Marshall of Victory," Giorgy Zhukov from WWII and caught our first view of St. Basil's, my friend and I simultaneously emitted "Oooohhhhh!"  There it was....the iconic onion domes of St. Basil's!  Hooray....it was open until 7....we had about 30 minutes and were allowed in, AND we could take photos with no flash. 

Now, I can give you a taste of what we saw in the other cathedrals in Cathedral Square.  What we learned is that St. Vasily and St. Basil are one in the same....Russian/English.  He was a common man who wandered Moscow unclothed and barefoot.  But, all, even Ivan the Terrible, heeded his opinions derived from his visions.  Ivan had this cathedral built over his tomb. 

As we exited and took photos up close of the onion domes, Inna presented us with chocolate (how did she know we were ready for another energy boost, and we each got a big piece of chocolate.  The baby's name pictured on the wrapper of this famous Russian chocolate is Alyonka....the Russian Gerber baby, don't you think? 

One could wear out the credit card in GUM's (capitalized because it is actually a government abbreviation), but the 'kitty' and my credit card stayed in my pocket as we strolled through the glass-topped arcade. 

We then strolled through some of Moscow's lovely pedestrian streets; paused to listen as a wonderful quartet performed Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" in an underground passage to cross the busy street (hooray!....we DID have our 'classical concert' experience after all; a request Alina tried in vain to fill because none was scheduled those days), saw the Bolshoi, which means 'big' (my friend has yet to recover that their performance schedule did not coincide with our cruise), saw the Central Telegraph Building, dating from the 1930's, and made our way to the Ritz-Carlton to see the night view of Moscow from the rooftop bar, called O2. 

There were fleece blankets to wrap yourself in....yes, it got that cold when the sun set.  We each ordered something hot to drink...the ginger, mint, lemon tea served to me in a parfait glass (for 600 rubles...about $9....you pay for the view here!) was delightful and hit the spot perfectly.  It was time to call it a night....

What you get:

  • + A friend in Moscow.
  • + Private & customized Moscow tour.
  • + An exciting city tour, not just boring history lessons.
  • + An authentic experience of local life.
  • + Flexibility during the tour: changes can be made at any time to suit individual preferences.
  • + Amazing deals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the very best cafes & restaurants. Discounts on weekdays (Mon-Fri).
  • + A photo session amongst spectacular Moscow scenery that can be treasured for a lifetime.
  • + Good value for souvenirs, taxis, and hotels.
  • + Expert advice on what to do, where to go, and how to make the most of your time.

*This Moscow city tour can be modified to meet your requirements.

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Kings of Russia

The Comprehensive Guide to Moscow Nightlife

  • Posted on April 14, 2018 July 26, 2018
  • by Kings of Russia
  • 8 minute read

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Moscow’s nightlife scene is thriving, and arguably one of the best the world has to offer – top-notch Russian women, coupled with a never-ending list of venues, Moscow has a little bit of something for everyone’s taste. Moscow nightlife is not for the faint of heart – and if you’re coming, you better be ready to go Friday and Saturday night into the early morning.

This comprehensive guide to Moscow nightlife will run you through the nuts and bolts of all you need to know about Moscow’s nightclubs and give you a solid blueprint to operate with during your time in Moscow.

What you need to know before hitting Moscow nightclubs

Prices in moscow nightlife.

Before you head out and start gaming all the sexy Moscow girls , we have to talk money first. Bring plenty because in Moscow you can never bring a big enough bankroll. Remember, you’re the man so making a fuzz of not paying a drink here or there will not go down well.

Luckily most Moscow clubs don’t do cover fees. Some electro clubs will charge 15-20$, depending on their lineup. There’s the odd club with a minimum spend of 20-30$, which you’ll drop on drinks easily. By and large, you can scope out the venues for free, which is a big plus.

Bottle service is a great deal in Moscow. At top-tier clubs, it starts at 1,000$. That’ll go a long way with premium vodka at 250$, especially if you have three or four guys chipping in. Not to mention that it’s a massive status boost for getting girls, especially at high-end clubs.

Without bottle service, you should estimate a budget of 100-150$ per night. That is if you drink a lot and hit the top clubs with the hottest girls. Scale down for less alcohol and more basic places.

Dress code & Face control

Door policy in Moscow is called “face control” and it’s always the guy behind the two gorillas that gives the green light if you’re in or out.

In Moscow nightlife there’s only one rule when it comes to dress codes:

You can never be underdressed.

People dress A LOT sharper than, say, in the US and that goes for both sexes. For high-end clubs, you definitely want to roll with a sharp blazer and a pocket square, not to mention dress shoes in tip-top condition. Those are the minimum requirements to level the playing field vis a vis with other sharply dressed guys that have a lot more money than you do. Unless you plan to hit explicit electro or underground clubs, which have their own dress code, you are always on the money with that style.

Getting in a Moscow club isn’t as hard as it seems: dress sharp, speak English at the door and look like you’re in the mood to spend all that money that you supposedly have (even if you don’t). That will open almost any door in Moscow’s nightlife for you.

Types of Moscow Nightclubs

In Moscow there are four types of clubs with the accompanying female clientele:

High-end clubs:

These are often crossovers between restaurants and clubs with lots of tables and very little space to dance. Heavy accent on bottle service most of the time but you can work the room from the bar as well. The hottest and most expensive girls in Moscow go there. Bring deep pockets and lots of self-confidence and you have a shot at swooping them.

Regular Mid-level clubs:

They probably resemble more what you’re used to in a nightclub: big dancefloors, stages and more space to roam around. Bottle service will make you stand out more but you can also do well without. You can find all types of girls but most will be in the 6-8 range. Your targets should always be the girls drinking and ideally in pairs. It’s impossible not to swoop if your game is at least half-decent.

Basic clubs/dive bars:

Usually spots with very cheap booze and lax face control. If you’re dressed too sharp and speak no Russian, you might attract the wrong type of attention so be vigilant. If you know the local scene you can swoop 6s and 7s almost at will. Usually students and girls from the suburbs.

Electro/underground clubs:

Home of the hipsters and creatives. Parties there don’t mean meeting girls and getting drunk but doing pills and spacing out to the music. Lots of attractive hipster girls if that is your niche. That is its own scene with a different dress code as well.

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What time to go out in Moscow

Moscow nightlife starts late. Don’t show up at bars and preparty spots before 11pm because you’ll feel fairly alone. Peak time is between 1am and 3am. That is also the time of Moscow nightlife’s biggest nuisance: concerts by artists you won’t know and who only distract your girls from drinking and being gamed. From 4am to 6am the regular clubs are emptying out but plenty of people, women included, still hit up one of the many afterparty clubs. Those last till well past 10am.

As far as days go: Fridays and Saturdays are peak days. Thursday is an OK day, all other days are fairly weak and you have to know the right venues.

The Ultimate Moscow Nightclub List

Short disclaimer: I didn’t add basic and electro clubs since you’re coming for the girls, not for the music. This list will give you more options than you’ll be able to handle on a weekend.

Preparty – start here at 11PM

Classic restaurant club with lots of tables and a smallish bar and dancefloor. Come here between 11pm and 12am when the concert is over and they start with the actual party. Even early in the night tons of sexy women here, who lean slightly older (25 and up).

The second floor of the Ugolek restaurant is an extra bar with dim lights and house music tunes. Very small and cozy with a slight hipster vibe but generally draws plenty of attractive women too. A bit slower vibe than Valenok.

Very cool, spread-out venue that has a modern library theme. Not always full with people but when it is, it’s brimming with top-tier women. Slow vibe here and better for grabbing contacts and moving on.

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High-end: err on the side of being too early rather than too late because of face control.

Secret Room

Probably the top venue at the moment in Moscow . Very small but wildly popular club, which is crammed with tables but always packed. They do parties on Thursdays and Sundays as well. This club has a hip-hop/high-end theme, meaning most girls are gold diggers, IG models, and tattooed hip hop chicks. Very unfavorable logistics because there is almost no room no move inside the club but the party vibe makes it worth it. Strict face control.

Close to Secret Room and with a much more favorable and spacious three-part layout. This place attracts very hot women but also lots of ball busters and fakes that will leave you blue-balled. Come early because after 4am it starts getting empty fast. Electronic music.

A slightly kitsch restaurant club that plays Russian pop and is full of gold diggers, semi-pros, and men from the Caucasus republics. Thursday is the strongest night but that dynamic might be changing since Secret Room opened its doors. You can swoop here but it will be a struggle.

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Mid-level: your sweet spot in terms of ease and attractiveness of girls for an average budget.

Started going downwards in 2018 due to lax face control and this might get even worse with the World Cup. In terms of layout one of the best Moscow nightclubs because it’s very big and bottle service gives you a good edge here. Still attracts lots of cute girls with loose morals but plenty of provincial girls (and guys) as well. Swooping is fairly easy here.

I haven’t been at this place in over a year, ever since it started becoming ground zero for drunken teenagers. Similar clientele to Icon but less chic, younger and drunker. Decent mainstream music that attracts plenty of tourists. Girls are easy here as well.

Sort of a Coyote Ugly (the real one in Moscow sucks) with party music and lots of drunken people licking each others’ faces. Very entertaining with the right amount of alcohol and very easy to pull in there. Don’t think about staying sober in here, you’ll hate it.

Artel Bessonitsa/Shakti Terrace

Electronic music club that is sort of a high-end place with an underground clientele and located between the teenager clubs Icon and Gipsy. Very good music but a bit all over the place with their vibe and their branding. You can swoop almost any type of girl here from high-heeled beauty to coked-up hipsters, provided they’re not too sober.

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Afterparty: if by 5AM  you haven’t pulled, it’s time to move here.

Best afterparty spot in terms of trying to get girls. Pretty much no one is sober in there and savage gorilla game goes a long way. Lots of very hot and slutty-looking girls but it can be hard to tell apart who is looking for dick and who is just on drugs but not interested. If by 9-10am you haven’t pulled, it is probably better to surrender.

The hipster alternative for afterparties, where even more drugs are in play. Plenty of attractive girls there but you have to know how to work this type of club. A nicer atmosphere and better music but if you’re desperate to pull, you’ll probably go to Miks.

Weekday jokers: if you’re on the hunt for some sexy Russian girls during the week, here are two tips to make your life easier.

Chesterfield

Ladies night on Wednesdays means this place gets pretty packed with smashed teenagers and 6s and 7s. Don’t pull out the three-piece suit in here because it’s a “simpler” crowd. Definitely your best shot on Wednesdays.

If you haven’t pulled at Chesterfield, you can throw a Hail Mary and hit up Garage’s Black Music Wednesdays. Fills up really late but there are some cute Black Music groupies in here. Very small club. Thursday through Saturday they do afterparties and you have an excellent shot and swooping girls that are probably high.

Shishas Sferum

This is pretty much your only shot on Mondays and Tuesdays because they offer free or almost free drinks for women. A fairly low-class club where you should watch your drinks. As always the case in Moscow, there will be cute girls here on any day of the week but it’s nowhere near as good as on the weekend.

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In a nutshell, that is all you need to know about where to meet Moscow girls in nightlife. There are tons of options, and it all depends on what best fits your style, based on the type of girls that you’re looking for.

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