When it comes to having a good time in London, party-goers really are spoiled with choices. London is renowned for the variety and quality of its nightlife and, with something to suit every taste, it’s no surprise that people from all over the world see London as a top party destination.
The Roof Gardens Kensington
For a clubbing experience with a difference, head to Kensington Roof Gardens. Nestled amongst the rooftops of Kensington, this exclusive venue boasts themed gardens, incredible London views, and even the popular Kensington flamingos. This club has a glamorous vibe and a ‘no effort, no entry’ dress code. The well-turned out professional crowd gets down to a great mix of party anthems which keep the dance floor filled until the early hours,
Formerly the infamous Chinawhite nightclub, Club Libertine is one of London’s hottest new venues. Attracting a glamorous crowd, the venue combines high-end sophistication with hi-tech trappings, such as a 50 foot screen which projects movies, visuals and photographs. With a commercial music policy that includes R&B, hip-hop and funky house, and regular big-name DJs and artists, Club Libertine is quickly becoming one of the city’s most popular clubbing destinations.
Drama is one of the best up and coming nightclubs in London’s illustrious Park Lane area. It is at the venue normally called Whisky Mist, right next door to London’s Hilton Hotel. The club is managed by the team behind Cirque Le Soir London , so they really know how to entertain crowds and throw an awesome party. Our tip: for the perfect private event book the Gold Room – this intimate room can be booked and you will be treated like a VIP! You can arrange your Drama table booking here.
City venue, Kanaloa, serves up lively club nights with a tropical twist. The younger sibling of Mayfair club Mahiki, this tiki-themed bar provides a laid back party atmosphere with cheesy pop tunes, grass skirts and garlands – all washed down with tasty tropical cocktails. If you’re looking for a fun venue where you can let your hair down, Kanaloa is the place to go.
Notting Hill Arts Club
If you’re looking for a party venue with a difference, try heading to Notting Hill Arts Club. Small yet perfectly formed, this fun trendy venue offers live music, art exhibitions and niche underground club nights. The eclectic music policy ranges from hip-hop to house music, and spans most genres inbetween, and a comfortable seating area provides the perfect respite when you need a break from dancing.
No 5 Cavendish Square
This unique and luxurious nightclub/restaurant is housed in a five-storey townhouse in central London. And there is plenty to explore inside, with two main bars, a basement nightclub, an outdoor shisha area, a whiskey room, and a newly-renovated roof terrace that can be booked for private parties. No 5 Cavendish Square is also known for its extensive drinks list, which includes over 150 different wines and a range of exotic cocktails. When it comes to music, R&B, Soul and Funky House are the order of the day.
Last but certainly not least is that stalwart of the London clubbing scene – Fabric. Housed in an old Victorian meat cellar, this legendary club has forged a worldwide reputation for its diverse musical approach and willingness to take a chance on unknown talent. Parties go on until the early hours with a music policy that covers electro, drum ‘n’ bass, house music, indie and breakbeat, plus live acts every Saturday night.
The London clubbing scene is amongst the best in the world, and it really does have something for everyone. So whether you prefer a glamorous A-list experience, enjoying live performances or dancing until dawn, you’ll find the perfect party in England’s capital city.