Londons Best Nightclubs
It’s often said that there’s no better city for a night out than London. Boasting many excellent nightclubs, there’s something in the capital city to please everyone. So if you’re planning an epic night on the tiles, where should you head to? Well, here’s our pick of Londons best nightclubs to help you out.
Cafe de Paris
One of London’s oldest nightclubs, Cafe de Paris has been welcoming revellers for 90 years. Here you’ll find spectacular décor and old-fashioned glamour. Whether you’re sipping on a classic cocktail at the bar or giving it your all on the dancefloor, you’ll have a totally unforgettable night.
Mahiki is one of Londons best nightclubs, and even attracts faces as famous as Prince Harry! With its Tiki-inspired décor and drinks menu, it’s a totally unique clubbing experience. The DJs favour party classics, so you’re guaranteed to leave with a smile on your face and a spring in your step.It's often said that there's no better city for a night out than London. Click To Tweet
Dstrkt is a relatively new addition to the London nightclub scene. With great tunes and an atmosphere like no other though, it’s fast becoming one of the hottest clubs in town. You’ll find music royalty such as David Guetta behind the decks, and pop princesses like Rihanna on the dancefloor.
Kanaloa isn’t just Mahiki’s younger sibling – it’s a great club in its own right. Owned by pop star Sarah Harding, it’s the place to go for a totally unpretentious and fun night out. Classic pop songs are the order of the day, as are extravagant cocktails. What could be better than that?
Boujis is another nightclub favoured by our party-loving Royal Family. Kate, Wills and Harry have all been spotted here, as well as Lady Gaga and Rita Ora. It’s not hard to see why this is considered on of Londons best nightclubs– the drinks are great (try the Crack Baby shot!) and the guest list is one of the most exclusive in town.
The Roof Gardens
Richard Branson’s The Roof Gardens is a clubbing destination like no other. The lush greenery couldn’t feel further away from the city below, and is the perfect place to indulge in a little Friday night escapism. You’ll need to dress up to get in though – the club’s mantra is ‘no effort, no entry’!
The Box certainly isn’t for the faint hearted. Specialising in erotic entertainment, it’s perfect for those who want to totally lose their inhibitions. You’ll spot celebs like Emma Watson watching a performance on Saturday night at this den of ‘mystique, mystery and sexual openness’!
An east London gem, Shoreditch House offers fantastic views of Canary Wharf. It’s a favourite of the arty hipster crowd that calls the East End home – so expect to see an up and coming musician or two! Head down there on a Friday night to see what all the fuss is about.
Libertine is a more than worthy successor to the famous Chinawhite, playing incredible house and hip hop night after night. It’s also a favourite haunt of some of the world’s most famous supermodels. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped straight into the pages of a fashion magazine when you walk in!
The 55 Club
Last but certainly not least is The 55 Club. After a million pound refurbishment, it’s more popular than ever with London’s A-list celebrities. Bought to you by the team behind Whisky Mist, an incredible night out is guaranteed.
Where will you head to tonight?
With so many clubs to choose from, there’s no better place let your hair down than London. The only thing you’ll struggle with is deciding which of Londons best nightclubs to go to! Wherever you choose to party the night away though, you’ll have an incredible time. We’ll see you on the dancefloor!
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Paul Norman is the account manager at Capital A List. If you want to get into the some of Londons best nightclubs, contact Paul today.
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