Travelled all the way from the middle east to attend Sizzle after buying the Pass and it was my first time in Miami too. I simply was disappointed. Over Priced event for sure. The advertisment for the event is over exxagerated. First if ur lucky enough, u will get a sunny non rainy weather like the day i was on the Yacht cruise, BUT the event is useless except seeing Miami from the water if u havent done it before, and its not that special anyway (not like viewing Hong Kong skyline from VictoriaHarbour). Pool party is boring with no real party atmosphere, except if u like watching lots of screaming queens around the pool wearing in feminine way. It also ended with a tragedy of a drunken-drugged guy who drowned in the pool and the boring party was stopped! The white party was also nothing exciting. We sat on tables had dinner and listened to bullshit thanking us for paying our money to keep Sizzle going then we left. The clubs events were no better, the worst of them at Score on Friday. Moreover, if u r staying on South Beach, it will be a nightmare to arrive to Heart nightclub on Saturday in downtown bcoz they close many roads and u have to wait ages for taxis to get u to downtown. So I ended up not going to the third club party on Sunday. The pass cost me $300, which I regretted buying coz I rarely enjoyed a minute of Sizzle. I Dont Recommend.
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Adorei conhecer o THE PALACE. Pra mim é a atração principal da Ocean Drive.
Bad experience, a gogo dancer started dancing in front of me, touched me and then try to charge me 20 dolars saying it was his job. I didn't want to pay and the gay hit me in the shoulder and yelled to me to go out. It was on sunday nigth. I don't want to be there againg to be ambushered for a guy and then kind of kicked.
AVOID THIS PLACE, I was in a layover in mia and went to the club, had money in cash that only the 2 people who check in at the same time and the clerk knew, well guess what someone sneak into my room and stole all of it 1,000 cash. Ended up returning back home and my whole vacation ruin due to this prick. When I called the club ohh wwooww ohh i might text the manager but theres nothing we can do. When call the police well you must return to the club and call the police there if you are at the airport we have nothing to do with it. Also it was full of mainly old guys. Will never be back here in my life.
Manager Response by email
I am very sorry for your loss. I understand how frustrating you must feel. I do not have cameras in the rooms. I cannot go back and check. I only have cameras in the locker room and the front lobby.
I know I cannot say anything to make it better. Unfortunately. it is a really bad situation for everyone involved.
I have recently been robbed myself. My bumper was stolen from my car while I slept. My bumper cost 2500 to replace.
All the best
If you dare I encourage you to continue support this place, employees and pricks who put your safety into deep questioning. Also let me advise you Miami Dade Police wont care too much either. Have fun.
This place is terrible. The staff are rude and over charge If you are a tourist. The venue stinks of cigarette and stale piss and shit. No not go if you value quality.
Was at the club on 8-10.had a good time. Sunday buffet was Chinese food. There was a range of men. the glory holes were busy. over all a good time and will be returning.
one of my favourite bars in Miami. Great bar with lots of different areas and always packed on weekends. Great mix of guys.
place is getting better.some sexy latino guys this past saturday lat evening
cool place to chill out after the beach and people watch. the food is average at best so stick to the cocktails.
It all begins Thanksgiving Week. As Miami recovers from not one but two Madonna MDNA concerts, White Party Week tradition continues to its 28th year fighting HIV and AIDS. The White Party “crown jewel” event explodes on Saturday, November 24th inside the Soho Studio at the Wynwood convention center in Miami’s transformational design district with 2,500 men dressed -- partially at least – dancing in white to DJs Danny Verde and Paulo. Suddenly, the D.J. stops the music, and the curtain on the stage rises to reveal 50 white android male models. A silver-dominatrix-drag queen princess in a 12-foot headdress lashes out at the crowd with long fingers made of lasers. Reset, reboot, recharge and let the White Party begin!
Nearly 12,000 people will converge on Miami Beach for the 28th annual White Party Week. Every November this beach city erupts in a weekend of round-the-clock beach parties, fashion shows, club events, elaborate performances and after-hours celebrations. But not only is The White Party Week seven days of dancing and entertainment, it is also a fundraising event for Care Resource to service LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) in the community with HIV/AIDS support services. South Florida’s nonprofit health organization, Care Resource, takes the funds raised from White Party Week and gives it back to Miami-Dade and Broward in the form of community health services. From medical services, dental care, STD and HIV testing, food bank services and much more, Care Resource plays a vital role in helping Miami-Dade and Broward, two of the hardest hit areas for new HIV infections in the entire country, improve health and well being.
With past performances by the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Cyndi Lauper and Madonna, this year’s White Party will be no exception; well-known 'circuit’ D.J.'s will be spinning at various events all week including Los Angeles’ DJ Paulo, Milan’s DJ Danny Verde and Madonna’s “It Girl” Tracy Young.
“After a busy, crazy and hectic year, we all need times to reset, recharge, and reboot,’’ says one excited supporter. “It's an annual Thanksgiving tradition” and “I love running into friends from all over the world” are all common refrains heard throughout White Party Week.