To be fair we may have gone a little early. Were charged €15 to get in. The clientele were on the upper side of 40 and the music wasn't great
The concrete, iron and steel in Club Otto Zutz give off an industrial vibe reminiscent of New York. That comes as no surprise, since the club used to be a textile factory. It remembers its roots well. Otto Zutz was born from this creative atmosphre: if the building was the factory, good music was the tool, and Otto Zutz' clubbers were prime material. In 1992, Otto Zutz opened Los Altos on its top floor. The space quickly became a hotspot for Barcelona's beautiful people and international celebrities. Whether you like R&B, Hip Hop, House or Pop music, you can lose yourself in the floors of Otto Zutz.