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El Alebrije

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Pop, Rock

An “alebrije” is a small animal figure made in the tradition of the indigenous people of Mexico, usually out of clay, and brightly painted. In 1998, after a great success in Mexico City, the nightclub named “El Alebrije” came to being in Acapulco. It has become an icon of the Acapulco scene. It plays modern English/Spanish rock and has a younger and less upscale crowd than Palladium. El Alebrije has a maximum occupancy of 3,000 revelers, and claims to be Acapulco's largest club, with five bars and a huge dance floor with tables surrounding it on several levels. The ambiance is active yet suave with friendly and attentive service. Thursdays is ladies’ night. It gets lively and it's not a bad night out all things considered. The irritating doorman situation found at places like Palladium, Mandara and Baby'O is minimal, which is always a plus.

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+52 (744) 484 5902
Av. Costera Miguel Alemán, 3308, Acapulco, Guerrero