To call the Warehouse a club is a bit unfair – this behemoth of a nightspot boasts more venues than your average suburban city centre, and surprisingly, it manages to be all things to all people. The biggest draw is the nightclub, which sits on the first floor and, at weekends sees big-name DJs playing to a high-spirited ex-pat crowd. If you plan to spend all evening here, you could do worse than holing up in the beer garden below, or hunkering down in the bare brick-walled wine lounge next to it, which boasts its own impressive cheese room. Upstairs, and Asian fusion restaurant offers less relaxed dining, with white-draped loungers on a terrace overlooking the airport (well, you can’t have everything) to enjoy a cocktail and a cigar before cutting up the small but perfectly-formed dance floor. A word of warning – on Fridays, the venue holds an all-you-can-eat (and drink) brunch, so by nightfall, you might see some very interesting shapes being thrown.