I did a private ballroom dance lesson with my husband on our honeymoon in Clearwater, FL. The class was excellent and the studio was a good space. The dance instructor (Jessica?) worked well to meet us where we were at and teach to us in styles we would understand. We ended up getting the basic steps of Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba, and East Coast Swing in just one lesson. I also really liked their class set up with private lessons, group lessons and parties every week at all levels and many styles of dance. If I were local, I would probable spend a lot more time there. What very strongly turned me off from Bayou dance club, was the sales aspect. They give you the first lesson free and then sit you down for twenty minutes and explain these sales packages for their classes and pressure you to buy them. It felt like I was being pressured to buy a time share. I did not like that model at all. We were only in the area for a week, but if they hadn't pressured us so much to buy these packages, we certainly would have been happy to pay for our first lesson (first one is free) and buy a couple more private lessons and maybe go a group lesson or two just the week we were there. With the quality of instruction, we would have been happy to put a few hundred dollars into them while we were there, but the sales aspect was so extreme that we didn't want to go back.