Hyderabad Nightlife



The cosmopolitan nature of Hyderabad makes for a great nightlife. If you are seeking a thrill of Bacchus or something more-then the nightlife of Hyderabad will satiate all your 5 senses!

Hyderabad nightlife is pretty exciting. The nightlife of Hyderabad is further embellished by the quick rise of the number of pubs in the city. Another unique-and attractive feature of the Hyderabad nightlife is the excellent music and standard crowd. The entry price of most of the nightlife attractions is reasonable-so do not watch your pocket!

  • Ahala-The Drama Lounge, Taj Krishna Road No 1, Banjara Hills

  • Touch- 1st Floor, Trendset Towers, Road No. 2, Banjara Hills

  • Liquids Again- Bhaskar Plaza, Road No.1, Banjara Hills

  • The Ebony Lounge- Golkonda Resorts and Spa Sagar Mahal Complex, Gandipet
  • Shisha- 2nd Floor Amrutha Mall, Somajiguda

  • Level Lounge- Central Court Hotel Near HDFC Bank, Lakdi-ka-pul

  • Lobby Lounge- Taj Banjara Road No 1, Banjara Hills

  • Fifth Element- Katriya Hotel and Towers Raj Bhavan Road, Somajiguda

  • Ecstasy- Near Osman Sagar Shankarpally Road, Gandipet

  • Afterlife- 12th Square building, A1 Ground Floor Road No. 12, Banjara Hills

  • Marco Polo-Classy Life Style Bar, ITC Kakatiya Sheraton, Begumpet

  • Atrium Bar- Taj Deccan, Road No 1, Banjara Hills

  • Firangi Paani- BJN Hotels Limited City Center 5th floor Road No.1 and 10, Banjara Hills

  • Seasons Bar- Taj Krishna Road, No.1, Banjara Hills

  • Dublin- The Welcome Pub 6-3-1187, ITC Kakatiya Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Begumpet

  • UndeRoadeck- Taj Banjara Road No.1, Banjara Hills

  • 10 Downing Street- Lifestyle Building, My Home Tycoon, Begumpet

  • Bottles and Chimney- Eastern Marketing Near Tirumala Music Center, Begumpet

  • Escape- The Fun Place Hotel, Green Park Greenlands, Begumpet


Last Updated on 11 July 2013









     


     

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