Ratings and reviews
We went there to celebrate St. Valentine's Day and it was the worst celebration in my life! We have chosen package deal of salad , main course and desert with wine.
Went there for the view, which turned out to be not that spectacular at night; however, decided to stay back and I didn't regret a single minute of it. Service was friendly, if a bit slow but this happens a lot in Baku , had some The highlight, however, was the jazz trio which despite the lack of audience only 3 tables were occupied including myself did give a sterling performance. Prices are high compared to Baku standard, but then again this is a luxury hotel, and still of a great value for money. Highly recommended. What a great atmosphere, walking into the Jazz Club with live music and great cocktails makes you feel as good as it can get. Ps try Elman Celilov signature drinks. High quality cocktails, great view of all Baku with a good music.. Double Mojito strongly recommended.. Had drinks at the Fairmont in the Flame Towers.
Jazz clubs were in large rooms in the eras of Orchestral jazz and big band jazz , when bands were large and often augmented by a string section. Large rooms were also more common in the Swing era, because at that time, jazz was popular as a dance music , so the dancers needed space to move. With the transition to s-era styles like Bebop and later styles such as soul jazz , small combos of musicians such as quartets and trios were mostly used, and the music became more of a music to listen to, rather than a form of dance music. As a result, smaller clubs with small stages became practical.