Guestlist and Table Bookings
Mahiki Guestlist in Mayfair is one of the most popular club amongst not only the Royal Family but amongst the A-list London crowd. Where you see Prince Harry the glamorous crowd tend to follow so don’t expect anything less from this exclusive Mayfair nightclub. Located on Dover street, near the Ritz hotel, Mahiki has been the favourite haunt of celebrities, royals, socialites and Olympians since 2005 when it was conceived by Nick House and Piers Adam, the creative minds behind 'Brompton Brands'. Mahiki is often the setting of tabloid snaps; when after an intense night of partying, celebrities are caught sneaking (or stumbling, rather) out the back door, by their patiently waiting predator; the paparazzi. A much more relaxed door policy than some other Mayfair clubs (no guest lists or members-only policy), but your entry still relies on the discretion of the door staff. The goal of its' creators was to establish a venue with an edge, but one that wasn't too stuck up. The retro tiki décor is just right for this Polynesian themed club and we, like many others, believe they have succeeded in creating something of a London institution.
The door policy at Mahiki Guestlist differs from many of the other clubs in London and opens its doors early in the evening for after work drinks and continues until the early hours.
Once reason that you simply must check out Mahiki
Guestlist is it cocktail list which has been exclusively created for Mahiki Guestlist. Mahiki Mixologist create everything in-front of you and serve them in a selection of tropical themed glasses and more! IF you fancy something bigger than a cocktail why not chip in with your friends and order the now infamous treasure chest cocktail which is quite literally a treasure chest filled with a fruity champagne concoction with dry ice and sparklers this really give the wow factor to any night out
It is the venue that makes Mahiki so unique and intriguing to its many fans. This intimate venue is set over two floors and can host up to 300 guests. The kitschy theme is not to be taken too seriously, but the polynesian vibes give the place a relaxed, unpretentious and fun atmosphere. Expect dim flattering lighting, candle light and all the colourful props that come with a Polynesian utopia. This of course, includes bamboo, totem poles, tiki chairs, treasure chests, and fern trees; all working together to magnify the mirage of being transported to a tropical island paradise. Perfect for those who want to add a touch of escapism to their night.
The owners, with a flare for detail, are constantly adding eccentric touches and surprises around every corner. The cloakroom has been redesigned into a confessions booth and the club has acquired a cockatoo who has been trained to welcome guests, alongside other phrases.
A favourite with young royals - Princes Harry and William, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have been spotted here... all at the same time. And where the royals go the celebs follow and you're likely to see a few of them here too. Scarlett Johansson and Paris Hilton are among the A-listers who've dropped by when they're in town.
Despite its popularity and ensuing publicity the door policy is really relaxed, there are no guest lists and the Polynesian vibe is chilled out with Tahiti inspired tropical cocktails. The Pina Coladas come served in frozen pineapples and the Coconut Bomb in a real coconut, if you're feeling like a party try the infamous treasure chest (a heady mix underscored by a litre of vodka and costing £140 a pop). It's a steep £800 for a table but you're better off just turning up - get there early and you don't need to book. Piers Adam and Nick House certainly know how to run nightclubs.
Mahiki nightclub London is i suppose you could call a tropical bar is probably the best way to describe Mahiki Nightclub. Walking in to Mahiki nightclub will be sure to brighten up even the dreariest of days in London.
Mahiki Guestlist is guaranteed to make you feel in the most exotic of moods with a fabulous selection of cocktails on offer Mahiki is the best environment to party in and you will be sure to warm up one you have sample done of Mahikis famous fishbowls or treasure chests!
Once you step into Mahiki
you will be instantly transformed into a tropical world which is finished of with a Tiki lounge bar which serves up a selection of Mahiki Guestlist own cocktail creations.
The lighting in Mahiki is lush and dimly lit giving a romantic setting a perfect place to spend the evening with you partner or on a date. It may even feel like you are on a tropical island on holiday rather than at an exclusive mayfair nightclub.
is everything you'd expect: blindingly high-profile patronage, a ill-famed door policy, eye-watering costs, uber-famous parties, ANd an overall flashiness.
Making Guestlist is a regular among the Royals sedate expects the door policy which claims to be relaxed to allow anyone through the doors
Mahiki Guestlist is set over two floors, The atmosphere is exclusive and slightly more reserved then other venues other similar nature Mondays at Making Guestlist have been going from strength to strength and still remains to be the most popular nights throughout the week
Mahiki Guestlist also offers the chance to win a drink from it is lucky spin behind the bar. You can when one of the random cocktails on offer or if you're lucky enough you can win a treasure chest!
MAHIKI GUESTLIST INFORMATION
Mahiki Address : Mahiki, 1 Dover St, Mayfair, W1S 4LD
What are Mahikis Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am
Mahiki Dress Code: Smart
Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15
Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend
policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above
Age restriction: Over 18s