Purple - The Hippest Club in Baguio City

Purple Dance Club in Baguio City
VIP Section @ Purple | photos by robinspinzon.com

Purple is the newest and coolest dance club in Baguio offering the best clubbing experience in the city. It is a famous nightlife destination for both local and foreign residents. If you want to experience how people in Baguio party, then head to Purple located along Upper Session Road Extension.

Purple Dance Club in Baguio City
at only 8:00PM Purple is already starting to get full

Every night, Purple's team of in-house DJs plays the latest and hottest RnB, HipHop and House music, turning Purple into THE Party Place in Baguio City. The entrance fee is only P100.00 during weekends which already includes one complimentary drink per guest (choices are: Cuervo Black, Cuervo Gold, Cuervo Silver, Wild Turkey, American Honey & Jagermeister). During weekdays, the entrance fee is at P50.00 which comes with one complimentary bottle of beer. Purple also features guest DJs from Manila bringing with them the very best of the Metro's party music.

Purple Dance Club in Baguio City
the clubbing area at the ground floor
The VIP section is located on the second floor (see topmost photo). The lounges are surrounded by luxurious decors and furnishing while the area offers more space, exclusivity and comfort. VIP packages are at P1,000.00 P1,500.00 and P2,000.00 which already include sets of drinks and food. VIP packages are good for six to 10 people.

Purple Club in Baguio City
Tequila for the night

During our trip to Baguio last October, the blogger participants of the Baguio Food Tour (BFT) 2013 event were invited by Purple to sample the Baguio nightlife at their club. We were then led to the VIP area reserved to us by our host, Ms. Chato. Aside from the great music, we also enjoyed the drinks and food served to us by Purple.

nachos at Purple Club in Baguio City
Nachos which went well with the tequila
First to be served were a bottle of Jose Cuervo Tequila and a platter of Nachos! Perfect match aren't they? Then, they were immediately followed by Spicy Chicken Wings and Bacon Wraps (got no picture, sorry). They all went well with our drink! I specifically like the chicken wings. The spiciness was just right, and with the tequila, you can really feel the heat going down your throat. This is best experienced in the cold climate of Baguio.

Purple Club in Baguio City
Spicy Chicken Wings
We had so much fun at Purple. We danced to the party beat, enjoyed each others company over great food and drinks, and said Cheers! to the success of day-1 of BFT2013. If you will be spending your weekend in Baguio, we invite you to visit Purple and experience Baguio nightlife at its finest.

The party never stops at Purple during weekdays. Ladies get free entrance and a free drink during Girls Night Out every Wednesday night at Purple. Globe subscribers get free entrance during Globe Thursdays every Thursday night. Purple will soon announce a promo during Tuesday nights. We will post the update in this blogpost.

Thank you very much Purple for inviting us! We are looking forward to partying with you again.

Upper Session Road Extension
Baguio City, Philippines

For Purple VIP Table Reservations, you can contact the following:
Dane - 0916 201 0419
Camille - 0906 808 7543
Basty - 0905 691 4674
CJ - 0935 365 1261
Kevyn - 0927 342 3577

For updates on the latest parties and events at Purple, like them on Facebook: facebook.com/purplebaguio or follow them on Twitter @PurpleBaguio074 and on Instagram @purplebaguio074

image source: Purple FB Page

Purple is a partner restaurant of the Baguio Food Tour 2013 (BFT2013) blogger event aimed at promoting the City of Pines as a food trip destination.

How to get to Baguio City

Victory Liner serves 24/7 hourly trips to Baguio City from Cubao and Pasay. Travel time is 6-7 hours (for regular aircon buses) or 4-5 hours (for first class buses). For inquiries, follow them on Twitter @victorylinerinc. Victory Liner is the official transport sponsor of Baguio Food Tour 2013.

image source: www.victoryliner.com

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