Krystle reopened on November 25, with an amazing launch party.
In August 2016, Dublin’s famous nightclub Krystle announced a major investment of €1.1 million for refurbishing purposes. The venue closed up for 3 months and finally announced their launch weekend early November.
Krystle’s new look shows a mix of vivid colours on the walls. The elegant look appears to be a jungle/nature theme with images of exotic flowers and plants.
Krystle’s Suite has been totally renovated, and anyone looking to stay in a more intimate environment can enjoy this beautiful private room in the Penthouse. The elegant room fits groups of up to 12. The luxury colors pink and purple enhance the unique vibe that really makes you feel you are in one hell of an exclusive spot. The famous bed is replaced by a much better looking model which is now named “Playtime”…
Krystle is located on Harcourt St in the heart of Dublin. There are two large bars. One huge rectangular bar greets customers on entrance. The second bar is positioned in the fully heated roof top beer garden. An established cocktail menu blends old classics with its own unique twists, attracting a more mature clientele.
Krystle has a selection of excellent areas, booths and tables indoor and outdoor for customers. There is no charge to book a table nor is there a minimum spend required. The main club is located downstairs with the upper level over looking Dicey’s Beer Garden, where the atmosphere flows late into the night.
Since it’s establishment in November 2007, Krystle night-club has been the capital’s premier night-club – the heartbeat of the Dublin social scene.
The intricate layout of the venue allows them to section off parts of the club for various bookings & parties. The main club is located downstairs with the upper level over looking Dicey’s Beer Garden, where the atomosphere flows late into the night.
After you have experienced a night in the club you will know there’s something about Krystle…
Popular times to visit :
|Days of the week||Quiet||Occupied||Busiest|
|Friday||2am – 4am||1am – 2am||11am – 1am|
|Saturday||2am – 4am||1am – 2am||11am – 1am|