The International Nightlife Association has unveiled Disco Tropics' ascent at its ninth congress, held this Monday at the Sofitel Skipper Hotel in Barcelona.
In an impressive climb to the pinnacle of the international nightlife scene, Disco Tropics has secured its place in the prestigious top 50 of the 100 best nightclubs in the world, reaching the coveted 48th position in the latest ranking by the International Nightlife Association. This rise represents a significant leap from its previous position at number 74, establishing itself as a benchmark in the industry in our country.
The International Nightlife Association, renowned for its authority in evaluating and ranking establishments dedicated to nightlife, has revealed the results of its latest barometer during an elegant gala held this Monday at the Sofitel Skipper Hotel in Barcelona, where the news about Disco Tropics' new position has been received with enthusiasm by various agents of the national and international entertainment industry.
Teddy Law, CEO of Law Holding, the business group to which Disco Tropics belongs, has expressed his gratitude, explaining that "this ascent in the ranking is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of our entire team. It is a pride to see that the impact of our innovative approach and the exceptional experience we offer to our visitors is recognized internationally."
The last few years have been crucial for the transformation and modernization of the nightlife experience on the Costa Brava. "Our goal has always been to offer our customers unforgettable and unique moments in a safe environment. This achievement is not only a recognition of Disco Tropics' excellence but also a boost to continue innovating and raising the standards of this industry," added Teddy Law.
Disco Tropics continues to stand out not only for its atmosphere and musical programming but also for its commitment to quality, sustainability, safety, and customer experience. This new position in the world ranking consolidates the club as a top destination for music lovers from around the world.
The ranking, once again led by Hï Ibiza, highlights the Lloret de Mar nightclub as the only one on the Costa Brava in the top 50 of the world's best 100.
Now, with the venue closed, Disco Tropics is working on creating a new concept to surprise all its customers next season. "We want Disco Tropics to be more than just a nightclub, and this recognition has served to show that we are not wrong in continuing to innovate day after day," Law concluded.