The Pacha brand has long been synonymous with the luxurious side of clubbing. From its roots as an effortlessly cool and glamorous Spanish nightclub it has grown into a worldwide franchise with clubs across five continents, restaurants, hotels and clothing and accessories ranges.
Pacha Ibiza is the oldest club on the island, opening in 1973, it’s also the smallest of the super clubs, holding a still respectable 3000 people. It boasts five rooms – Main Room, Funky Room, Roof Terrace, Sweet Pacha and Global Room – some of which you may only find once you are a seasoned visitor of the club, and has the largest VIP section of all the Ibiza clubs.
A VIP table at Pacha costs from €200 + Booking fees, when you take into account some entry tickets to Pacha Ibiza cost up to €80, it makes a VIP table a very good value way to spend your night at Pacha Ibiza as you get to spend that €200 on drink. This does mean that the VIP section sells out weeks in advance.
The décor in the club reflects its luxurious persona, with the clientele to match. The door policy is pretty strict, that combined with the small capacity and high demand makes Pacha Ibiza one of the most expensive clubs on the island, both for tickets and drinks. Don’t expect to walk in with shorts and t-shirt, dress to impress and be part of the luxurious Pacha Ibiza experience.
As for music policy, the once-strict house feel was relaxed to allow for other residencies with past nights being hosted by Luciano, David Guetta, and Martin Solveig. Pacha Ibiza 2017 will likely follow closely to the 2016 season which included Insane Ibiza, F*** Me I’m Famous, Flower Power, Pure Pacha, Solomun +1 with new nights Ibiza Rocks The House and Aoki’s Paradise.