Privilege

Seeing is believing the world’s largest club

W ith an official capacity of 10,000, Privilege is a behemoth of a club.

It’s difficult to wrap your head around how big the place is, the main room feeling more akin to a warehouse / festival mainstage than any other club in Ibiza.

Step inside and experience clubbing like nowhere else in the world.

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Privilege Ibiza History


The venue where Privilege stands has a history that spans over 4 decades.

Built in the 70’s, the venue was originally a restaurant, bar and pool area called Club San Rafael. Spanish footballer José Antonio Santamaría purchased the venue in 1979 and renamed it to Ku, after the name of a Hawaiian mythological god.

Throughout the 1980s, Ku became synonymous with the rise in popularity of clubbing in Ibiza, even hosting performances from the likes of Freddie Mercury, Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, and Kid Creole and the Coconuts.

Ku Ibiza 1980s
Ku Ibiza 1980s

In 1995 ownership of the club changed to Jose Maria Etxaniz, when the venue was renamed again, this time to Privilege. During this period the club was best known for hosting Manumission, a UK party that found home at the venue and attracted clubbers all over the world for over 10 years until moving to Amnesia in 2007.

Since this time, Privilege has struggled to attract parties large enough fill the venue week-in, week-out. However, that’s not to say the club doesn’t still have a lot to offer. A re-emergence in the last few years due to the likes of the highly popular RESISTANCE parties have proved that Privilege is firmly back on the clubbing map of Ibiza.

Club Information


Privilege is the world’s largest nightclub by a considerable distance. It can hold 10,000 people and covers an area of 6,500 sq m. It is located toward the center of the island in San Rafael, under a mile away from Amnesia down the road.

The main room feels like a huge aircraft hanger, with a height of over 25m. It really is a sight to behold.

Besides the gigantic main room, the Vista Club and Coco Loco areas offer three distinct places you can dance until the sun rises, and experience clubbing in Ibiza like nowhere else.

Privilege Ibiza uses a Funktion One soundsystem to fill its huge rooms.

“Huge dance floors, the biggest dome you’ll ever sit under, and lots of ways to get lost!”

  • Privilege is usually busiest between 1-3am so plan your arrival time accordingly.
  • The best meeting point if you get lost from your friends is the gigantic dome at the top of the club.

Privilege Ibiza 2020


The music policy at Privilege varies greatly from night to night.

You can expect everything from the heavy hitting techno of RESISTANCE and the tech house of Solid Grooves and SuperMartXé, to the latin beats of Brutal Ibiza.

2020 will see RESISTANCE return to Privilege once more, opening its doors every Tuesday from mid July until September.

There’ll be lots more announcements to come for Privilege Ibiza 2020, so watch this space.

2019 Parties


  • Monday: One Third
  • Tuesday: RESISTANCE
  • Wednesday: Manycome
  • Thursday: Do You Remember?
  • Friday: SuperMartXé
  • Saturday: Brutal Ibiza
  • Sunday: Solid Grooves

2020 Parties


  • Monday:
  • Tuesday: RESISTANCE
  • Wednesday:
  • Thursday:
  • Friday:
  • Saturday:
  • Sunday:

Popular Privilege Parties

Frequently Asked Questions


Privilege is in San Rafael, in the middle of island. It’s less than 1km from Amnesia. You’ll pay about €15 to get there from San Antonio, and €20 from Playa d’en Bossa

Privilege opens at midnight, and typically closes at 6am.

Tickets for Privilege vary between €25-60.

For 2020, Beers are €10, Spirit + Mixer €15, Water €7 at Privilege.

Privilege Ibiza can hold 10,000 people. It’s officially the largest club in the world.

There’s no dress code at Privilege Ibiza – just be comfortable!

You can view the full lineup for Privilege Ibiza in the calendar below.

2020 Party Listings