Atlanta >Bars & Clubs > The Royal
255 Trinity Ave, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030333.750678 -84.396248
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Northeast, Downtown
Nasty! nasty! nasty! – Nasty nasty nasty!
Rude door thugs. Low class crowd, terrible noise called music.
Then to top it off, they tow off your car after you pay $10 to park.
But other than that its great!
Don't be fooled and don't waste your time! – The men at the door are the most rude and direspectful people you will ever encounter, they are sexually vulgar toward women and should be fired. The club is so small it looks like a hallway, don't be fooled by the elegant looking chairs which is the only picture they provide..... this is the only picture they CAN provide because there is nothing else in there but some tattered up booths. The DJ Saturday 9/1/07 was absolutely awful, he was playing stuff no one had ever even heard! If you want to go somewhere to dance do not waste your time, you can't get a dance move in for constantly moving out of people's way. This was a big waste of my night, please don't waste yours!
ITS THE NEW '1150' – this new club ROCKS! it's just like 1150 only better, prettier, sexier people (still some old guys in their 40s trying to make it w/ we hot girlz) but generally relly really cool!
terrible service – The door man had my friends and I waiting outside in the 50 degree weather. They were very rude and nasty. The club was announced as being free and once we arrived we were told to pay. The club was awful and I would never go back.
The Place Where Celebrities Lounge – Ultra hip, newly renovated place. Clean and sexy with great DJs and premium bar. I've had nothing but memorable nights here while drinking Svedka Vodka with the Swedish models.
Cool crowd with great late night vibe. No waiting in line and bumping and spilling your drinks.
Ultra-cool Castleberry Hill club lures urban pioneers and seasoned club-hoppers for drinks, distractions and live DJs. – The Scene
A long, padded black bar rules one crimson-lit side of this high-ceilinged space and is lorded over by comely bartenders who nimbly mix cocktails along with the live music. An ornate chandelier at the door, a smattering of chintzy furniture and a few cozy booths make for an intimate lounge experience. A black, white and red motif magnified by enormous artworks offers an interesting diversion from nightlife norms.
With an ultra-cool ambience that is part sophisticated French court, part mod lounge and part your great aunt's sitting room, this fashionable nightspot in artist-friendly Castleberry Hill makes guests feel like a king or a queen. Chic urbanites and roving social consorts bounce from group to group across the dark-painted wooden floor as a DJ holds court from a booth above it all. As more people pack this intimate space, anticipate less dancing when the urge hits.
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