We visited Pacha for Tiesto clublife and apart from being blown away by the quality of the sound system, we were impressed with the willingness of the staff to find an accessible toilet. The accessible toilet was through an incredibly packed dancefloor in front of the DJ booth, getting us there was not an easy task for the security personnel. Of all the clubs we visited, Pacha was the least accessible but the help from the staff was fantastic.
At the cream opening at Amnesia we had VIP access but unfortunately this was inaccessible by wheelchair. The lighting and sound system were second to none with Deadmau5 playing one of the best sets on holiday. The sound was probably the loudest and my tinnitus lasted most of the next day. Most of the important areas in amnesia were accessible although a significant amount of the chillout spaces were upstairs.
At privilege, supermartx was definitely an experience, the light show and dancing girls were incredible. Privilege was also all accessible, even the second room and had a decent, dedicated wheelchair accessible toilet. It was the most impressively organised of all the clubs in my opinion.