Our selection of 7 swinger clubs in Berlin for a night to remember

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Our top picks for Berlin

Berlin is by far the most international city in Germany. When it comes to clubs and nightlife, the choice is ample, especially if you are into alternative lifestyles. There are many interesting swinger clubs, as well as some “hedonistic clubs” which are a balanced mix between a regular dance club and a swinglifestyle club.

From what we have seen during our travels acrossEurope, this seems to be a trend. These blends, in which the demarcation between swingers and regular party goers tends to fade, seem to be increasingly more common. The time of old and kitschy swinger-flats in dodgy residential suburbs, frequented mostly by more experienced couples, may be coming to an end, and replaced by a scene catering to the taste of the younger crowd as well.

When we are looking for some cool events and parties we usually check the event calendar on Joyclub – our “go to” website for anything kinky happening in Germany.

So, here are our top picks for Berlin.

Image source: Insomnia

Insomnia

Located just south of the centre near the metro Alt-Tempelhof, Insomnia is one of our favourite clubs in Berlin. It defines itself as an “avantgarde hedonistic nightclub” and it  always welcomes us with an atmosphere and ambience very different than anything else we have seen. Insomnia arranges parties six times a week, which means that every day except Mondays there is something going on there.

Check out their website, they have an always up-to-date event calendar with a special “graph” to guide you through which parties are focusing on dancing and which ones on sex. Either way, sex on premises is always allowed there. Swinger parties are generally held on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday, while Friday and Saturday are dedicated to hedonistic dance parties. Wednesdays are usually reserved for BDSM events.

The dress code for Insomnia varies from party to party, but the general rule is not to put on streetwear or even usual clubwear. Anything in the direction of sexy lingerie, fetish, kinky, bizarre should let you in.

If you are intrigued to learn more about how is a night inside Insomnia, please check our detailed review.

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Image source: Insomnia

Kit Kat Club

Kit Kat is another institution of Berlin’s nightlife. Opened over 20 years ago, the club is located in the hip Kiez (the word for a “city neighbourhood” in Berlin) of Kreuzberg. With a website in the classic internet 1.0 style, absolutely non-mobile friendly and rigorously only in German, you might find it hard to believe that this is one of the most famous clubs in town. But this is Berlin, so all your preconceptions can be wrong and what can be valid for other places in the world, may not hold here.

Kit Kat Club is often defined as kinky, hedonistic, and exciting. Here techno music goes well with libidinous activities and art. The club is generally open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, with week-day parties sometimes even on Mondays (Electric Monday with Minimal, Deep House, Techno, Electro, Breakz) and Wednesdays (Simbiotikka! with Techno and Electro).

The very famous party is the CarneBall Bizarre every Saturday starting at 23:00. Expect a strict dress code and some waiting time in the queue to get it. The outfit suggested is fetish, leather, vinyl, uniforms, kinky, glitzy, glamour, costumes, elegant evening suit/dress, or extravagance in any form. The music played during the CarneBall Bizarre is acid, electro-techno, nutrance, and progressive.

Among the clubs we list here, Kit Kat is definitely the least swinger-oriented. It places itself actually among the regular dance clubs, allowing more kinkiness than others, though.

Photo by Karina Lago on Unsplash

Avarus Swingerclub Berlin

With their website in five languages (German, English, French, Spanish, and Italian) Avarus strikes one as very keen to be international-friendly. Although the translations aren’t perfect, it’s a clear sign that the club has its doors open also for non-German guests (which is not so common in Germany, especially once you leave Berlin).

We visited Avarus on a Wednesday, during their famous “Die Orgie – das Original” event. The club is located north-west of Berlin city centre, in the neighbourhood called Wedding. As a side note, this is the only club on this list located in the north of Berlin, as the rest of  the kinky scene of Berlin usually stays south of the river Spree.

The price is 50 € per couple (40 € with the premium Joyclub discount), for single men 90 € (70 € with premium Joyclub discount) and for single women only 15 € (8 € with premium Joyclub discount). The entrance fee covers all drinks and a buffet as well.

One of the highlights of the evening is the dirty chocolate game in the steam sauna – which we actually decided to skip but it’s surely fun. There are plenty of sofas to get to know each other while sipping a drink and a large playroom with various areas, including a sex swing chair, a wall for BDSM games and a room closed by a curtain where you can getmore intimate with fewer eyes around you. There is also a hot tub where erotic activities are allowed. We prefer hot tubs where sex is forbidden – for hygienic reasons – therefore we did not enter it.

All in all, we had a very enjoyable evening. Avarus is certainly very different than Insomnia and Kit Kat: here the focus is not on dancing or on eclectic outfits, but rather on relaxation and sex with other people.

Image source: Avarus

Club Culture Houze

Club Culture Houze, “your club for sex in Berlin” as its tagline goes, is located in East Kreuzberg. The club is usually open daily, with the first days of the week dedicated to gay guests: on Mondays, there is Naked Sex and on Tuesday “The Hengst”, both parties strictly for gay people only. Wednesdays are for mixed hetero couples/bisex/gay/lesbian/queer with the party “Ada & Eve im Lustgarden” Thursdays are typically focusing on transgender people and Fridays are again gay only. Saturdays and Sundays are for various events, often mixed parties for hetero, gay, lesbian, bisex, BDSM, and queer attendants.

Their website has an English version and the event calendar (in English) can help you to figure out which party suits best your taste.

Die Community für stilvolle Erotik
Die Community für stilvolle Erotik

Tempeloase Berlin

Tempeloase is in the south-east of Berlin, just outside the city borders. It is a swinger club for couples, single women and men. It’s open four days a week: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, with a special opening on the first Sunday of each month as well.

Tempeloase has a wellness area, which includes an indoor pool, a dry sauna and a relaxing hot tub. On some days it’s possible to book massages, too. Tuesdays and Wednesdays are dedicated to relaxation and spa, while the weekends come with a dancing area as well. Some special events are for couples and ladies only, as for example their Young and Sexy Couples & Ladies event, for guests below 45 years old.

The club is pretty active on Joyclub, check there an up-to-date event calendar where you can even see which Joy profiles are planning to attend the parties.

Swingeroase Zwiespalt

With a website completely in red and yellow which  will probably hurt your eyes, Swingeroase Zwiespalt – located between Tempelhof and Neukölln – does not  seem the trendiest of the clubs, at least for the choice of esthetics. However, they work hard keeping it open seven days a week, with daily events.

A popular one is their Wednesday gangbang (in German it’s called HÜ-Party or Herrenüberschussparty, literally “men surplus party”), starting at 11 in the morning, yes 11:00, not 23:00. The entrance price on Wednesday is 55 € for a couple (or 49 € with premium Joyclub discount) and 70 € for single men (or 63 € with premium Joyclub discount). During weekends the fee is a bit higher. As in most German swinger clubs, the price is an all inclusive package, including some drinks and a buffet.

Wellness & Pärchenclub Blaue Lagune

Blaue Lagune is another club focusing on swinging activities and not so much on dancing. This club is a couples-only place (“Pärchenclub” means “couples club”). It is the only club we know that does not allow single women, which is quite unusual for a swinger club.

The club is relatively small and it is open only on Saturdays. Reservation is required. It has playrooms, an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna and a cosy garden. It’s definitely not a place for wild techno dancing but more for relaxation and meeting other couples.

Photo by Jun Sanchez from Pexels

Our tip: where should you go first?

We have put together this variegated list to help you decide, including different styles of swinger and hedonistic clubs. If you wanna try something edgy and really “Berliner style” we suggest you try Insomnia (any day of the week) or Kit Kat on Saturday for the CarneBall Bizarre.

These two clubs are both good examples of how clubbing is smiling at the hedonistic aspect of life. We expect to see more clubs taking this direction, but for now these two are definitely leading the trend and raising the bar.

If you are not in dancing mood and prefer a quieter approach to hedonistic lifestyle, Avarus is not a bad choice: here you can have a chatin the lounge area, enjoy drinks at the bar and then  move to the wellness area or to the playroom.

Have you already been to any of these clubs? Let us know what you think about them or if you have any suggestions for other clubs, we’d be grateful if you left a comment below. Thank you!

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