Finding shelter in a retired British ocean liner and selling bottles of bubbly that can reach $90,000, Float Dubai is a pro at delivering quirky clubbing sessions.
Besides merging the old-school past with a cutting-edge present through its lavish decor, Float Dubai does some historical storytelling.
Perched on Queen Elizabeth 2, the world’s seventh largest cruise ship and one of the last transatlantic liners, the music mecca keeps the nautical relic alive by fuelling it with electronic and R&B sounds.
Since world-class music and snazzy VIP tables don’t go hand in hand with seasickness, Float Dubai is permanently docked in the commercial port of Rashid.
As soon as you get on board, the Dubai nightclub is ready to set sail to an out-of-this-world clubbing experience. Scattered with velvet sofas and marble-like tables, Float features a central bar encircling a catwalk stage that hosts flying dances and jaw-dropping performances.
Cutting-edge lighting shows and top-notch sound systems aren’t out of the picture either – on the contrary. The 1,000-capacity venue puts them on a pedestal, as iconic music performances are what makes Float Dubai a lusted-after partying destination.
Roaring names from the music industry, including Maluma, Tyga, Offset, and French Montana, have all graced the venue with iconic shows.