Really? Runner up for Best Club?
There is a little room for dancing in the front, as well on small stages that flank the DJ, but careful up there because if you're tall you may bump your head on the speakers. Some weekends, I've seen gogo dancers on the stages, but they're only par. No good moves, low energy.
The music is mostly bad Chinese pop. Not very danceable, but it'll pass if you're drunk.
Drinks aren't too bad on an ex-pat's salary, but they're a little much for my wallet. If you want to have a good time in this area, I suggest going right across the street and picking up some shaokao, beers, and liquor from the convenience store.
Avoid KTV nights here. The dancing stops and it gets boring real fast.