by Kate S. on
WOW it's amazing how much you'll pay for how little you get when it comes to a scene. I try to like this place - I really do. The old lobby is gorgeous and the pool area on a warm evening is perfect. And I get it - it IS a scene and that's what you're paying for. But the rooms? Really? Has anyone ever heard of a furniture pen and a can of paint? All the walls and furniture pieces are so worn and beat up, and no - we're not going for the shabby-chic look here. We're accidentally going for the everyone-parties-their-face-off-in-this-room-on-a- nightly-basis look. And then housekeeping comes in and changes the linens. I'm sure I'll come back again because...well, I don't know why, I just will. But come on - just clean it up a little, guys.
by kimmy a. on
ugh this place is absolutely disgusting, ghetto, nasty, the bouncers are assholes, the door people try to jip you and did i mention its disgusting ghetto and nasty? the bouncers are douche bags, the people at the door tried to overcharge me and my girls, the club itself is nasty and muggy and sweaty, the bathroom is foul, and the crowd is just ghetto as hell-the men that go there are the type that will try to put a roofy in your drink and kidnap you after the club and take you home and run a train on your with their friends.
by Creola Craney on
Suite 181 is a really cool dance place to go to. I went there for my 21st birthday, and was surprised to find out that the venue was open until 4am! The place was literally like a converted warehouse-lots of huge open space, dance floors everywhere and crazy light decorations. There were 4 bars within the whole venue (which-for those of you turning 21-all serve separately, so it's like going to 4 different bars in one place ) There are 2 floors, each playing 2 (or maybe 3) different types of music, depending on which room you went to. The place wasn't too packed, but it was enough to really get a good sense of what a real dance club is. It was a lot of fun and I would definitely go there again