This club was transformed from an old textiles factory in 1985 and has since become one of the most popular clubs in the city. You can still see the evidence of the old textiles factory through the steel and iron interior that makes up the three floors of the club. Each floor has its own bar and dance floor and also caters to a different style of music, ranging from R&B and Hip Hop to funky music. This club is also known for hosting many local DJs who are considered to be experts in their specific genre of music. This club attracts clubgoers of a very unique variety and has a dress code that can be described as smart and elegant. Otto Zutz is located near the L3 Fontana metro stop in the Gràcia neighborhood of Barcelona.