If you want to go salsa dancing in Madrid, then you are in luck because Madrid is one of the best cities for dancing salsa every day of the week.
Madrid is a beautiful, enormous city, and with several million inhabitants, it’s no wonder that there is so much nighttime salsa entertainment, such as Latin dance nightclubs, dance halls, Cuban bars, and dance schools that organize timely parties for their students.
Without a doubt, Madrid is an ideal city if you want to dance salsa nonstop.
For this reason, on go&dance we have made this summary of the 10 best nightclubs for dancing salsa in Madrid, although in go&dance’s directory of salsa nightclubs and bars in Madrid you can find them all in more detail. (Here, we have followed a random order.)
And if you are looking to learn to dance salsa, then we encourage you to find your salsa classes in Madrid using our Madrid dance course finder.
Discoteca Cats Madrid
This is a nightclub for dancing salsa, bachata, and kizomba every Sunday with dance classes starting at 7:00pm.
It also opens on Fridays and Saturdays but as a commercial music nightclub. It is recommended to check the poster on display for the party on the day you want to go dancing here.
Sunday is the recommended day to dance salsa at the Discoteca Cats Madrid (visit, follow the nightclub, and add your opinion).
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle Julián Romea, 4.
Discoteca Tropical House Madrid
This is one of the best nightclubs for dancing salsa, bachata, and kizomba on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
It is also well-known as a place for ballroom dancing in the evenings.
Follow the Discoteca Tropical House Madrid on go&dance and you will receive information about its upcoming salsa parties. Remember to add your experience each time you go dancing.
Address (link to Google Maps): Plaza de los Mosteneses, 11
Discoteca Azúcar Salsa Madrid
This is a dance hall located very close to the Atocha stop where you can dance salsa, bachata, and kizomba on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, although sometimes they modify the programming.
Before you go to dance here, we recommend that you check the poster on display for the party of that night.
If you have ever gone dancing here, leave your comment so that others can benefit from reading your opinion about the music, people, ambiance, and facilities of Azúcar Salsa Madrid.
If you like this salsa place, follow it on go&dance and you will receive its latest publications.
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle de Atocha, 102
The Host is a dance hall open almost every day of the week where you can dance with the best professionals in the dance world in its now-famous parties such as The Host Salsea and The Host Bachatea.
Whether you are a regular client or it’s the first time that you are going to dance at this famous hall, you can follow The Host on go&dance and leave your comment each time you go out dancing.
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle Ferraz, 38
Sala Templo Madrid
This is a versatile nightclub where you can also go to dance salsa, bachata, and kizomba. It is necessary to consult the program of each day.
Friday is the recommended day to dance salsa at Sala Templo Madrid (visit, follow the nightclub, and add your opinion).
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle Bravo Murillo, 52
This is a nightclub for dancing on weekends. You can go here to practice your salsa, bachata, and kizomba steps on Fridays and Saturdays.
Check the schedule, follow the Sala Pincel, and add your opinion on go&dance.
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle Doctor Raso, 1
At Zeus Móstoles, you can not only go dancing but also learn to dance with their classes of salsa online, Cuban salsa, bachata, and kizomba.
You can go dancing on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in this Móstoles hall. If you are a regular client, add your rating when you go dancing.
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle Béquer, 2
This is a hall for dancing on weekends. People usually dance salsa and bachata here, and increasingly kizomba.
This is the link to the Sala Calipso on go&dance (follow, add your opinion, and go out dancing).
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle Uruguay, 5
This is a nightclub where salsa nights combine with nights of commercial music. If you want to dance at New Prisma, check out the party of that night before you go.
This is the link to the New Prisma Madrid hall (visit, follow the nightclub, and add your opinion).
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle de Alcalá, 192
This is a dance school that opens on weekends so that you can practice what you have learned.
Saturday is the recommended day to dance salsa at the Sala Olvido. Remember that if you like it, you can follow the nightclub on go&dance and rate it each time you go dancing.
Address (link to Google Maps): Calle Olvido, 15
Now you have no excuse if you are in Madrid and you want to dance salsa. Check out one of these dance halls, dance, and afterwards add your rating on go&dance to encourage others to go out and dance salsa.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Miguel Dumont Garcia
I have been a product owner for serveral companies and a heavy traveller. I have travelled to more than 40 countries and love music and dance. That is why I decided to found a travel agency specialized in dance and music travels.