Monday, 2 November 2015



Madrid (1983): Fire killed 82 at “Alcalà 20” nightclub

This venue has recently been totally refurbished and re-opened as "Cocó

Sala Cocó Madrid is a stunningly new nightclub that has revolutionised Madrid's nightlife. Located only 150m from "La Puerta del Sol". Cocó opened in 2011 and has been a huge success in the capital ever since, achieving almost full capacity of 1400 clubbers on most nights.

Cocó has a touch of cosmopolitan elegance with an air of understated glamour coming together in an environment where refinement and sophistication are available to all those seeking something more out of the Madrid nightlife.

The main room has been fully renovated and includes advanced security measures. The spectacular decoration is a rewarding leisure experience meeting the expectations of the most demanding judges and connoisseurs of good taste and modernity.

Cocó has an impressive stage, gorgeous go-go dancers wearing original costumes, resident and top guest Djs play all kinds of music, but mainly commercial-style house music and drinks served from six bars. The highly specialized lighting system is first class. They cater for the most exclusive nightlife in Madrid, with and extensive variety of night clubbers.

Cocó's open space is elegant and modern, making it one of the best nightclubs possible to celebrate any kind of party or event. A very recommended emerging trend.

"Avoidable if international security and safety standards were implemented"

General Secretary of the International Nightlife Association Mr. Joaquim Boadas stated “When an accident occurs in any nightclub in the world for not meeting the minimum safety standards, it unfairly places doubt in the safety of the whole industry worldwide, and therefore this has obligated us to present this certification as a international security license because we all have family and friends who travel around the world who are only interested in going out to safe venues.

The last incident in Spain was over 25 years ago when 43 people were killed at “Flying” nightclub in Zaragoza.

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