A few days in Prague around the end of the year was well worth a visit in the lifestyle of the Czech Republic. After sending 3 emails to the various places identified, trying to avoid brothels and fkk clubs, we only received 2 responses. One of the two was about Paradiso, a club right in the city of Prague, where they explained to us that the club was for couples only and that they were waiting for us on New Year's Eve. The club is a small to medium sized private room with a finger food restaurant, a large bar room with tables, a small stage, a hydromassage area on the track, a large sitting area divided into 5 or 6 more or less spacious rooms.
The recent Italic creations are not particularly elegant in style, but a very well thought-out place with changing rooms and showers where the ladies have gradually changed (read undressed) as the night progressed.
Attendance is quite heterogeneous, there were some truly remarkable young couples, others of medium quality and age, some mature couples; I must say that the environment seemed very easy to us, great interaction between those present, no desire to pull it off or select the meetings to the extreme.
I must say that my partner has regularly been the object of infinite attention, evidently the Italians at the Ceki have their charm; this obviously did not upset us and we had a great time.
The dress code was rather vague, almost non-existent; unlike the clubs in northern Europe that we have visited in recent years, where we entered in underwear and barefoot, here there were those who dressed elegantly, some in jeans, those who wandered half naked; we obviously adapted after having asked and received information from the managers.
The managers are an exquisite and tasteful couple: Michael received guests in tuxedos just outside the restaurant in the reserved parking lot; he then took us back to the car on our departure under a heavy snowfall; Petra instead illustrated the characteristics of the club and the evening by putting us at our disposal. ease.
There are two negative notes: as in all clubs in the Czech Republic, smoking is free, in Paradiso it is only allowed in the bar area, but you can hear it everywhere; Czechs love garlic, many dishes were steeped in it and I let you imagine the unpleasant aromas that were released in certain subjects. Unfortunately, even there it is a question of local culture and the will to adapt.
However positive experience, local to recommend in the capital ceZCH REPUBLIC