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Joined us on Jan 2017
this is one of the best clubs ive been to. in the barcelona region i tried out a club at reus, as well as a couple of places in bearcelona itself(felinas, la vie en rose) but this thing beats them hands down IMHO. the first area i was shown to was small and looked nice . but having reafd the reviews i knew that another area was also available, and i inquired and was led to this large hall, with very good modern decor,aqnd more than 50 girls. the girls were all about 7-9 and for the price( 60- 70 euro) very very good value.i went to the rooms twice, once for a half hour session, and once, with a lovely girl from izmir,turkey, for a full hour. one of the best sessions ive had in a long time. very passionate and a true find.overall excellent value. i spent about 3-4 hours at the club and unfortunately it was my last day in the barcelona region otherwise i would have returned.
Joined us on Jan 2017
Club Paradise in La Junquera is a destination in itself. It advertises itself as the newest and biggest brothel in the world â€“ or in Western Europe anyway. The first time I was there I saw at least 150 girls. No exaggeration. When the Club opened a couple of years ago there was quite a bit of negative comment in the press, alleging that some of the girls are trafficked. I detected no evidence of this myself: on the contrary, Club Paradise seems to be a magnet for girls from all over Eastern Europe and South America. Some come from Madrid and elsewhere just for the weekends and some have been there quite a while although there is also quite a turnover. Girls can stay in the hotel part and work in the Club and if they want, eat with customers in the restaurant. Some other girls came daily from a hostel in Figueras, the next big town 30 km away (not sure what that was about, though).
The Club is a purpose-built structure at the end of the town. It could be a hotel and it is built pretty much like one. As you arrive, there seems to be an underground parking option but there is also plenty of well-lit on-street parking outside, with occasional patrolling police vehicles (this operation is entirely legal in Spain).
As you enter you are faced with a choice between a VIP section and a regular section. They discourage you from circulating between the two (the glasses are different and you canâ€™t migrate with your glass). The manager, seeing I was a n...