BODO'S SCHLOSS GUESTLIST
Guestlist and Table Bookings
An unusual name for an unusual club. This place is influenced by an Austrian skiing holiday, complete with Alpine furniture, waiters in "lederhosen" and a menu full of Wiener Schnitzel and Co. The beer is obviously flowing here and the mood is cheerful almost like after a long day in the mountains. Still the crowd here is glamorous and stylish and partying here you might spot some famous faces around the bar! With supercool decor and suitable music, nothing stands between you and your ultimate apres-ski experience...even if you've never been to Austria!
Bodo's schloss guestlist in Kensington is slowly building itself back up on the exclusive nightclub scene after the closure of Kensington's staple venue Amika Kensington closed its door in 2009.
Bodo's Schloss is decorated to represent a stylish "Ski-Huettn" and therefore has lots of wooden tables, cozy benches and checkered tablecloths. On the walls you'll find ski gear, old signs and animal busts (no, not boobs!). Earlier on the night the place also serves as a restaurant where you can treat yourself to some delicious alpine goodies like dumplings, chips and steak...later though the tables are put aside and the party starts. Everyone here is in a jolly mood so there'll be lots of singing along and dancing on the bar/tables - yes, the party mood is valued more than the furniture. Overall the venue fits the theme perfectly and you will get that apres-ski feeling in no time. Plus, there are rumors about a secret backdoor that will lead right to the Kensington Palace Gardens - let us know if you find it...
With a huge demand now for polynesian style clubbing with Mahiki and Kanaloa now full every week bodo's Schloss Guestlist to the trained clubbing eye shares many of the similarities namely the fact the brains behind thsi new venture have also been heavily involved with bringing Mahiki to the forefront of the nightclub map
For any of you that are familiar with Apres Ski entertainment you will settle in straight away in Bodo's Schloss Guestlist with the themeing of the venue centred around an austrian alpine ski resort the venue gives off a homely and warm atmosphere and once you step inside you can be forgiven for mistaking that there is meters of snow falling outside!
The people partying at Bodo's Schloss are a beautiful mix of youngsters and nobody here takes themselves - or anything else - too seriously. On that note, Prince Harry has partied here before, knocking back shots at the bar and flirting with the sexy waitresses dressed in "tracht". As long as you're cool and fun, the rockstars and models partying here will accept you as one of them and you might even bond over a shared Bobsleigh cocktail! The club is open Monday to Saturday until 3am (meals are served until 10.00) and there it is guestlist only! Dress to impress if you want to get in but there is no need to dress up in tracht - though if you do get your "dirndl" or "lederhosen" out, you might get in for free, so why not join the alpine trend?
Nice touches such as the staff all wearing lederhosen gives Bodo's Schloss guestlist a very authentic feel. This is a exclusive party chalet for all intense and purposes and no expense has been spared making this a unique experience from start to finish. The DJ's that play a collection of commercial hits are stood in an authentic ski lift which tops of the venue nicely and gives an eye catching centre piece for the club.
It is not just cosmetic changes that have turned Bodo's Schloss guestlist into an Alpine getaway but the theme extends to he cocktail menu that has been built and developed around this with favourite such as "shelter from the storm" and "snap frost" taking pride of place on the venue.
The music covers pretty much anything imaginable from the Twist to Rihanna and even some cheesy apres-ski songs to get you in the mood! And literally everyone is up for a dance or two, so expect to see all types of people!
If you are up for it, order a round of shots - served in an old wooden ski. But if you'd like to start off drinking a bit smoother, there are big jugs of beer for the guys as well as bubbly champagne for the ladies and the menu lets you choose from a range of fabulous cocktails!
Bodo's Schloss is the perfect place if you love that ski holiday feeling and you're up for a fun night of dancing to cheesy tunes and running around in ski hats! This is where glamorous celebrities and royals come to let their hair down and enjoy a few too many Jaegers. The whole setup looks amazing and the drinks and food are worth their money. So whether you decide to dress accordingly or you just turn up in your usual party look, at Bodo's Schloss you are guaranteed to have a great time partying in a slightly different way!
If you fancy complimentary entrance at Bodo's Schloss guestlist then dress up in your lederhosen and get involved!
BODOS SCHLOSS INFORMATION
Bodo's Schloss Address : Bodo's Schloss, 2a Kensington High St, W8 4PT
What are Bodo's Schloss Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am
Bodo's Schloss Dress Code: Smart
Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15
Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend
Bodo's Schloss policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above
Age restriction: Over 18s