ad banner
Privilege Ibiza Privilege Ibiza

Privilege Ibiza

Nightclubs

You don’t just earn the title of ‘The World’s Biggest Club’ for no reason. And, nothing can prepare you for the phenomenon of this superclub. With a main room big enough to hold multiple planes inside, this in itself dwarfs nearly all of the island’s other clubs in comparison. Boasting some of the most extravagant shows and biggest names in dance music, Privilege can host a party like no other due to its sheer grandeur alone. Don’t expect the capacity of this venue to mean more room to dance however, Privilege is so amazing that it fills up fast. Yet fear not, as its massive cold air tubes hanging from up above do the job at keeping temperatures inside rave-friendly.

 

Amenities

Dj / Music
Bar
Tickets Available
VIP Tables Available
Accepts Debit/Credit cards
Adults Only
Shop
Free Wifi
Wheelchair Accessible
Car Parking
Close to Public Transport

About Us

Seven nights a week this party colosseum lays on a spread of everything house, techno and EDM. With a maze of side rooms to explore, an observation deck-style roof and over a decade of party history, Privilege is surely one of the great wonders of Ibiza’s club scene.

Why Privilege? 

Famous for its past as the infamous Ku that hosted Manumission, this spirit very much lives on. Everything is delivered big and bold, undoubtedly to keep up with its size – from aerial dancers to shape-shifting light panels. The wildly popular RESISTANCE is without question a night techno-heads cannot miss, while gay-friendly SuperMartXé always delivers the most vibrant shows.

Where is Privilege? 

Free buses from Ibiza Town, San Antonio and Playa D’en Bossa are often provided by the club or promoters with purchase of a ticket. Disco buses also run regularly at a cost of a few euros. Taxi prices range from €10-15 from either major town.

Can I stay near Privilege?

There is no accommodation near Privilege but Ibiza Town is the closest for somewhere to stay.

How much does it cost at Privilege? 

Ticket prices depend on the event however you can usually pick up a deal if you pre-order online. Pre-sale tickets usually enter through a separate door which cuts down on queue time. Expect to pay between €25-50.  As for drinks, a spirt mixer costs from €12, beer €10 and water €8.