Pyramid Club Bali

Pyramid is night Club and lounge that opened on December 2012. Located in the centre of night life, between Kuta Central Park and Sunsets Road, it is easy accessible from all areas due to its strategic location. Pyramid is on jalan Dewi Sri in Kuta. Offering a wide variety of food and beverages this new nightclub is the place to be on the weekend or even on the weeknights also. The club opens at 10 Pm and closes at 7 Pm but the busiest time is around 3 Am and 4 Am. Pyramid attracts a young crowd of people, usually in their 20's or 30's. The unique interior design coupled with the outstanding service makes this quite a high class establishment in Bali.

The club consists of a lounge area where a food can be ordered, a dance floor with a very extensive bar as well as a second floor for more private parties. The second floor offers a more relaxed environment whereas the first floor is where you go to dance. You can reserve a table either by phone or online but reserving a table will mean you need to purchase a bottle or two.  Pyramid has a wide variety of cocktails and drinks to suite any taste. Ranging from around Rp60,000 to Rp150,000 ($6-$15). Dress codes are enforced so don't come in your beach clothes and be prepared for a great night. Pyramids make you feel at home with its wonderful service, great food and delicious cocktails. Definitely worth a try while you are in Bali. 

believe the hype. Pyramid fills the void in Bali's nightlife with a venue that's mysterious, encapsulating, and engaging. A perfect weekend escape in to the realm of pharaohs where minimal Tech House fuels a celebration of life that would draw the envy. During the week it double as a casual dining venue serving a diverse selection of foods ranging from Smoked Baby Back Ribs and Steak Sandwiches to Chicken Yakitori and Shrimp Tempura. Pyramid is sure to satisfy any desire for something unique and eclectic. 

A huge crowd turned up to try the flavours and tastes of the newest club in town last friday night. The usual issues of a soft opening; heat and smoke extraction, were apparent, with the large crowd of just about everybody in town basically overwhelming the new staff to boot. All said and done though, it was a pretty damn good opening party with DJ's including, James Sullivan, Triple Jem, Denis and more, twisting out a bunch of cool tracks from the brand new decks. It has nice sized dance floor and is sure to be a great venue when the dust settles. 

Address : Jalan Dewi Sri no. 33



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