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went to this club with my girlfriends after work for a ladies night, and the ladies on the door plus the bouncer said that we needed a reservation and as well it is for couples only, i was a little bit confused as didn't make...More
It was the worst club I've ever been to in my life, very bad vibe, boring place, the price wasn't worth it at all, the whole staff is rude, and overall very bad experience. There are way better clubs than this. I hope this club...More
Date of experience: July 2017
2 Thank Khalid A
mustafa h, Food & Beverage Manager at Chameleon Club Dubai, responded to this reviewResponded 6 November 2017
Dear Mr Khalid,
Thank you for writing your review on Trip Advisor.
Whilst it was a pleasure to have you as our guest , we regret to hear that your experience was not up to your expectations.
We thank you for your honest feedback since...More
Came around 1:40 on a Tuesday night. Entered the club. Sound system is horrible, all staff and security is scratching their nose. I have bought a beer and tried to sit in the corner with my friends and the security came shouting to me that...More
Not sure about this place. The cover charge is aed 100 and for me, its simply not worth it. I live nearby and have been once... it reminds me of a 1980's club trying to fit into 2016. Clientele were not my cup of tea...More
A female DJ on playing some great tunes. The management was super great. the place wasnt packed, id say come with friends. But it was one of the best times iv had in Dubai... better yet in TECOM of all places!!
Also, kudos to a...More
Date of experience: February 2016
1 Thank Richie P
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