Every partygoer at must wait to be personally frisked and walk through metal detectors before they’re granted access to the lifts that lead to entrance of The End, one of the largest clubs in Bogotá, on the 30th-floor. It is very easy to get lost in this club, what with the large rooms that wrap around the building. Some of the rooms have more of a lounge atmosphere with plenty of armchairs, whilst others serve strictly as bars. However, the main focus is an exceptionally large dance floor where clubbers lose themselves in a sweaty mass of people. Most of the crowd is made up of people their twenties significantly less well-dressed than most of Bogota’s chic club scene, but the point of The End is to dance furiously, not to stand around and judge outfits. The walls are made up of floor-to-ceiling glass windows, which offer a spectacular view of the city below.