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16 Reviews for “Club Denial Guam”
  1. September 29th, 2011
    jeremy Says:

    I can’t find the address of the club anywhere on-line.


  2. December 2nd, 2010
    Ron Says:

    I’m sorry Stealthy that Frank’s staff didn’t hold to their word about the 10 minute deal. It saddens me that compassion and understanding is lacking with some of the gay population hwo is already one of the most persecuted people in the world. I thought it would have been at least good business sense for that kind of publicity to allow you the 10 minute tour. If it was my club I would have given you 15 minutes at a stretch. In Houston TX we usually have free cover between 10:30pm to 11:00 pm Fri & Sat. anything before(if Open) or after would cost $5 to $8 depending on the club. Arrogant speech to a well meaning, kind patron doesn’t help for business either. Steathy made good sense for bringing in more business. It works for our bars/clubs in the gayborhood in Houston. Even an upscale gay spa Club Houston has had open house pool party several times in the past, which brought in more business for them.


  3. October 13th, 2010
    Ray Says:

    Denial is great! No surprise at the door, $5 cover. But inside the door, one surprise after another! Great music, loud, YES! $2 beer, less than half of every other place, YES! Lots of pretty girls with great attitudes! YES! Not even one person giving bad attitude YES! I’m hooked!


  4. August 4th, 2010
    Stealthy Says:

    WOW, do I look like the bad guy here ???

    In my initial post, I told you that the money collectors at counter to the left when entering TOLD ME that I could stay for 10 minutes without cover charge. It was quite literally a “gentlemen’s agreement” …I was dressed nice, acted polite, and we absolutely DID NOT jailbreak the entrance and bolt in. It was an actual conversation where I told the money folks that we had to get home but were driving by and wanted to just LOOK so that we could come back in FOUR DAYS for St Patrick’s Day / Amateur Night. It was a verbal agreement that made MUCH sense …. both parties WIN.

    That being said, I also explained that the place was quite literally “dead” for a Saturday night at midnight. Read below, there were maybe 50 folks in the entire place. We didn’t run to hide in some dark corner hoping that they’d forget about us after the 10 minutes we promised. We sat on a big, leather piece of furniture that was RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE of the place.

    YES, bouncers have to be assertive WHEN assertiveness is REQUIRED. The bouncer LED OFF with a BS attitude. You guys talk about military guys being aggressive jerks ……..??? If the place was PACKED and the bouncer felt that he couldn’t handle US and the volume of folks, then I agree … error on caution and POLITELY ask us to go. Of course, that is NOT what happened.

    How about the scenario of bouncer comes over and says, “I just got the skinny on you checking us out for 10 minutes. Cool, let me know if you have any questions. If you like it now, you should see our amateur nights …. this place ROCKS. You guys just get to the island? What’s your favorite club so far? Well, it’s been almost 10 minutes, if you don’t have any questions I really have to ask you to leave now. See ya Wednesday.” We shake hands, tell each other our names AND BINGO …. you now have created some REGULARS who bring other folks to the club.

    HOLY CRAP ……. even a compromise of the scenario I came up with and what actually happened would have got us to come back.

    But I guess you all are correct, I mean …. what do I know? I still stand by the math I presented earlier. HEY, it could pay for the security systems that were mentioned to stop the fighting. Of course it won’t be our money


  5. August 3rd, 2010
    Ernest Says:

    I can understand Frank (I believe he’s the manager) point of view. It would be hard to let some people in to look around, and not others, and then have to keep track of who you let in.

    I can also understand that bouncers need to be authoritative (i.e. not too nice) to ensure that club-goers take them seriously.

    However, there are OTHER issues at Denial besides these things. If they are serious about fights (and yes they do happen sometimes), they should do what the old Fishbowl did: they put cameras everywhere, and then put big signs on the doors, that said “you are on camera, violators will be prosecuted”.

    I don’t ever remember seeing one fight at Fishbowl inside where the cameras were.

    Another issue is that they need to sell beer separately from mixed drinks. Kind of like a beer stall off to the side. Beer takes a few seconds to sell, mixed drinks take like 2 minutes. The wait to get a drink is just too long at Denial.

    With all this being said though, I do have to agree with Frank that Denial does have one of the better atmospheres. There are more good people there (locals & military) than bad. However, I can’t stand all the fighter-jocks, and military meatheads that are always causing trouble. They kind of ruin it for all us normal people.

    The fighter-jocks are always waiting for someone to bump into them, so they can start a fight, and the military meatheads (not all of them, just about 15%), are always flirting with people’s girl’s thinking they can get away with it. If it’s not your girl, then mind your manners. And for the jocks, if someone bumps into you and says excuse me, then let it slide, and keep on partying.

    Just be cool, be respectful, and let’s all get along.


  6. August 3rd, 2010
    Stealthy Says:

    [removed commentary – please do not get personal]

    That $10.00 will now cost you easily THOUSANDS $$$ ……… being here for next 3 years, 150 weekends ……. even if we come just once a month (30+ months) and spend $50-$75 per weekend (not including cover charge) ……… and that’s only if we come ourselves. Rarely we don’t have 4-8 folks with us when clubbing.

    YEAH, you are smart to not let us come in for TEN MINUTES to look around.

    [removed commentary – please do not get personal]

    Absolutely, PEACE and LOVE …… cannot agree more but your bouncer and policies don’t reflect that :(


  7. August 2nd, 2010
    frank Says:

    k so having a problem with the enterance fee, you walk in, you pay. Thats called an entrance fee. get it. Once you walked in you HAVE entered.

    As for fights hey go anywhere on guam and people fight. I don’t like it but [expletive deleted] happens. Try going to other clubs and U will see Denial has little trouble compared to all others.

    As for being a gay club or not. Well on Guam gay and straight mix and mingle, thats just the way it is. as for the guy that got punched, sorry about that, thats not cool, but people just don’t punch someone for no reason. That’s the real story. It’s so easy to bad mouth others and deny the bigger picture.

    What a perfect world it would be if people showed respect to one another. Not always the case. Sad but true. I wish you all peace and happiness where ever you hang out at. But stop whining take alook in the mirror and start with that person. peace and love to all.


  8. March 25th, 2010
    Bill Says:

    still trying to contact Frank at Denials. Anyone have a number or e-mail for the club. Mine is wiwils@eagles.csc.edu
    Thanks
    Bill


  9. March 13th, 2010
    Stealthy Says:

    My lady and I finally found Denial last night. We were leaving Tumon and decided to quickly stop around midnight to check it out. Our plan was to spend 10 minutes there to get the vibe/temperature of Denial as my lady is always looking for playmates. St Patty’s day is coming this week and how fun would it be to hang at Denial on St Patty’s Day AND it being their Amateur night (every Wednesday). The folks at the door were pleasant and told us it was a $5.00 cover. I explained that we only wanted to stay for 10 minutes and were only there to check it out (first time there) because we had to get back to get my girls kids from babysitter. We were allowed to pass after I promised to stay only 10 minutes. We sat on the comfy furniture in the middle of Denial and were absolutely there for THREE minutes when the bouncer came over and aggressively, chested up to me and asked why we didn’t pay our cover charge? I explained to him the same thing I told the folks at door and he had none of it. When I finally told him that I was not paying $10 for 10 minutes to check out a club his reply was, “Then that’s your choice, LEAVE.” So we left and won’t return. What a sad place that is so concerned about $10 that will run off two professional folks who have MUCH money and friends to bring back. Will we go back ……….. NO. Tons of thanks to the tough guy bouncer. Hilarious how the person who probably makes the least amount of money from Denial is the one running the money away. The owner/manager might want to adjust this “business model.” Last, it was midnight on a Saturday night and in the three minutes we were allowed to stay this my review. Industrial interior, nice furniture, there were maybe 50 locals and 6 caucasians (including ourselves), there was about a 30-70 ratio of guys/girls respectively (bouncer won’t know what that means), and there was a guy rapping/karaoke on the dance floor who really, really sucked at singing. One last time, we won’t be going back.


  10. January 18th, 2010
    Iamgonnagetu Says:

    Romel with the review below is a damn lie…I had to go to the hospital for the blow to the eye I got at club Denial, its gay some nights but other nights you need to watch your back if your not from around here.


  11. January 18th, 2010
    lovej Says:

    I got hit in the face for looking at a girl in this club. The club is fine, but they need to do a better job of letting the [racial term deleted] trash in to this place.


  12. August 12th, 2009
    Bill Says:

    would like to contact Frank at the Club Denials but lost his e-mail. Can anyone help here? My e-mail is jasonb54@yahoo.com if so. Can you give it to him and send me his e-mail and I will e-mail him. Thanks guys
    Bill


  13. May 16th, 2009
    TOM Says:

    IM VISITING GUAM FOR THE FIRST TIME. I AM GAY AND I WANT TO HAVE FUN WHERE COULD I GO?


  14. May 13th, 2009
    Romel Says:

    Denials is the most happening club on Guam. I don’t know what the guy below is saying, there are never fights at Denials. It has a real chill atmosphere.


  15. April 22nd, 2009
    George Says:

    Club Denial always have fights , i went there few times and every time there was fight and police were there.

    too much drama in that club, In tumon i recomend Glob and pash, all the classy people are going there. I personally enjoy going to glob on friday and saturday to pash where all the sexy people are.


  16. April 7th, 2009
    Gerald Says:

    Used to be a gay bar, now its more of a mixed crowd bar. I like going here because there’s no machismo in the room. I avoid Venue, Pash, Ralphy’s because locals & military on Guam are always ready for a fight. Can’t we just get along!

    Denials doesn’t have that same macho atmosphere. Maybe because the “gay” reputation doesn’t attract those macho morons.


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