Good, old-fashioned disco on the Lido
Noteworthy for: The outdoor terrace overlooking the water is great on starry nights.
Word to the wise: The club used to be called 'Club 22', which it's still listed as in many guide books.
This large club on the Lido, where much of Venice's late-night-life is based, is perfect for a chilled evening away from the throng. With views over the water, the club offers a variety of music from house and R&B to 80s retro, and there are lots of sofas and chairs to collapse into between dances.
The bar is well-stocked, the staff friendly and the clientele made up of mainly 30-something fashionistas and creatives.