Renowned nightclub brand Toy Room, which was partially acquired by music and hospitality brand Pacha Group last year, has announced the opening of its first nightclub in Spain, in the heart of the capital, on Friday 18 February.
Toy Room launched in London’s Mayfair in 2014 and has since established itself as one of the capital’s most exclusive nights. The brand now has nightclub venues in London, Dubai, Mykonos, Istanbul, Rome, Sao Paolo, Athens, and Delhi, as well as hosting nights at Lio Ibiza, Pacha’s cabaret dining experience.
Toy Room Club Madrid will be located on Calle Arlabán 7, just a few minutes’ walk from Madrid’s iconic Puerta del Sol square in the very centre of the city, and off Calle de Sevilla -home to upmarket designer shops and hotels. This elegant and luxurious part of the city is a hotspot for locals and visitors, and will attract the arts, fashion, and celebrity sets from across the globe.
Toy Room places a huge emphasis on guest experience, and this newest outpost of the glamorous nightlife destination will is set to be one of the most sought after party spots in the Spanish capital. Playing host to world-renowned music artists, Toy Room Madrid will see the likes of American rapstar Lil Pump perform in the coming weeks.
The nightclub will open from Thursday to Sunday every week throughout the year and offer two storeys of decadence, including VIP rooms in the style of luxury hotel suites with DJ decks in the bathrooms, signature Toy Room artwork throughout, and some of the biggest names in music performing on the nights.
Toy Room’s founder Jordan Rocca along with Pacha Group, have partnered with a Spanish investment company, led by Ruben Lantes and Madrid footballer Thibault Courtois on the opening. Rocca is also behind other ventures including The Windmill Soho and NeatBurger, which is backed by F1 champion Lewis Hamilton.
The opening follows several new projects from Pacha Group, including boutique hotels Casa Pacha Formentera and Destino Pacha Mykonos, as well as several new Lio launches. The company’s existing properties include Destino Pacha Resort, restaurant and cabaret experience Lío, The Pacha Hotel and the legendary Pacha Nightclub.