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    Top Clubs in Los Angeles

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    When people think of Los Angeles, they think of Hollywood, and the many glamorous stars who have called this town home over the years. But LA isn’t just a movie city, and with the rise of Las Vegas and its glittering world-class theme parks, L.A. has become a great destination for tourists in its own right.

    But even while travelers flock to Las Vegas, there are still plenty of ways to see the pleasures of L.A., and one of those ways is by hitting the many, many nightclubs of Los Angeles. This city is home to many well-known clubs such as Paradise, West Hollywood and the Roxy. There’s even a club for everyone, from techno to rock, so if you’re looking for the best nightclub experience you can get, there’s no shortage of options.

    So which nightclubs in Los Angeles are worth a visit? Let’s take a look at some of the more popular ones:

    Paradise: A little like the old school glamour of clubs such as Studio 54, the Paradise club is another club that exudes the aura of the Hollywood elite. With luxury and opulence that make them well-known, it’s little wonder that Paradise is so often a favorite among guests who want to be pampered. With a trendy new look that puts Los Angeles on the map, there’s something for everyone in Paradise.

    West Hollywood: West Hollywood is known as the theatre district, and is home to one of the most successful local entertainment chains, the Nerdist. With more than a dozen theatres within walking distance, it’s no wonder that West Hollywood has become one of the hottest destinations for visitors who want to enjoy a night of theatre without leaving the house. However, the club scene in West Hollywood doesn’t stop there; there are plenty of options for both DJs and music lovers alike.

    Roxy: Roxy was one of the first clubs of its kind to open in downtown L.A. and has kept its name ever since. This is another favourite spot for both clubbers and celebrities; Roxy has even hosted guests from James Bond to Arnold Schwarzenegger. Their eclectic mix of music from around the world, including jazz and funk, is sure to please any musical taste.

    Melody Nightclub: Although the main events of the club are usually centered around the three nights of rock and roll, they also host some jazz nights, classic rock night and other performances. The daytime events allow the club to host visitors from other areas of Los Angeles and beyond, while the nighttime events offer an intimate setting for those who want to get on the dance floor before heading back to their hotel rooms.

    Overall, there are plenty of L.A. clubs to choose from, and all of them have something to offer the discerning tourist. No matter what your interests or taste in music, you’re sure to find a club in L.A. that will tickle your fancy.

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