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August 19, 2020 Posted by admin in Blog

Impress Your Date With The Top 4 Romantic Restaurants and Bars in London



Everywhere you look, you'll see London on best-restaurants lists. It's been called the food capital of the world and it's been ranked in the top 50 food cities globally. It's safe to say the London food scene is a delicious one.

Luckily for you, it's more than a pint at the pub and fish and chips. There are countless romantic restaurants and bars spread throughout London, England, sure to impress your date.

Whether you've been married for years and need a romantic getaway, or you're pulling out all the stops for a new fling, the following restaurants are splendid, to say the least.

Check them out!

1. Jikoni 

Jikoni, which means 'kitchen' in Swahili, is located in Marylebone. It has not only a tasty food menu but a beautiful atmosphere to accompany it!  

Their cuisine features an array of options, spanning the cultures of Asia, East Africa, the Middle East, and Britain. 

Reserve a private table for two, or sit right at the counter downstairs and watch the chefs prepare meals before your eyes.

Located at 19-21 Blanford St., Marylebone.

2. Quo Vadis

Quo Vadis, which sits right in the historic Soho district of London, has a 'colourful past' and 'timeless allure' that's undeniable. 

Dress in your best clothes for a night out on the town and visit this romantic restaurant that offers seasonal British fare. Reserve a private room or sit and have a cocktail at one of their two bars. 

Fun fact: this used to be the home of renowned German philosopher Karl Marx.

Located at 26-29 Dean Street, Soho.

3. Clos Maggiore 

For contemporary, authentic French cuisine, visit Clos Maggiore, which has earned the actual title of "World's Most Romantic Restaurant"! You can't beat that.

Enter the front door beneath cascading, blooming flowers and sit beneath them, too. Flowers cover the ceiling inside their restaurant, giving patrons a gorgeous, comforting view as they dine.

Tables are decked with candles, and if it's a cold evening, ask to sit by their fireplace.

They feature a high-class wine menu to accompany their award-winning food, which is influenced by the country inns of Provence and Tuscany. Visit this restaurant to see what three AA-rosette awards taste like!

Located at 33 King Street, Covent Garden.

4. Nobu

You may have heard about Nobu, as it's well-known for having frequent celebrity appearances. But you don't have to be a celebrity to enjoy this unique atmosphere and world-class food and drink menu.

Luckily for you and your date, Nobu also has two locations in London — one on Berkeley Street and one on Old Park Lane — both offering dishes such as Japanese Wagyu beef, Chilean sea bass, and black cod miso (to name a few).

Located at 15 Berkeley Street or 19 Old Park Lane.

Romantic Restaurants in London Are Everywhere

The hardest decision you'll have to make today is which of these London hot spots to attend. The options for romantic restaurants are endless — make a reservation at one today and one next week!

Our site is full of all the local-approved favourites London has to offer. Click here to see even more restaurant offerings — from swanky wine bars to street food pop-ups and more.

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June 26, 2020 Posted by admin in Blog

The 4 Most Unique and Posh Clubs in London


The UK's nighttime economy is its fifth-biggest industry. It accounts for 8 per cent of the UK's employment and contributes an astounding £66bn!

So, how can you help stimulate your local economy?

You guessed it — by hitting up the posh clubs in London, by visiting grassroots live music venues, and by being out and about in the nighttime hours.

If you're a clubgoer, this list is for you. The next time you and your friends are planning to paint the town red, visit one of these four hotspots for an amazing, fun time.

1. Cirque Le Soir 

This circus-themed nightclub is where it's at. That's why it's earned the title of 'Best London Nightclub,' and even 'World's Finest Club' for both its London and Dubai locations. 

Cirque Le Soir is 'refined, distinct, and lauded' worldwide. And as their tagline says, If you don't know, don't worry. Just come by and check it out for yourself, and prepare for anything to happen.

Located at 15-21 Ganton Street, Soho.

2. Tape 

Music lovers must pay Tape a visit, as the club understands that 'everything begins with music.' 

Have a few drinks, enjoy notable live DJs, and if you do something silly, cite what everyone else says: Tape made me do it!

Every Tuesday is 100 per cent hip hop, every Friday is open-format, and every Saturday features unannounced artists and impromptu performances. If you want to be surprised, that's your night.

Located at 17 Hanover Square, Mayfair.

3. Tramp 

Tramp is a private club located in the heart of Mayfair.

You may have heard of it as it regularly makes the 'best of' lists when it comes to London's nightlife. It's even been hailed as one of the most exclusive members' clubs in the world — so if you can find yourself an in, seize the opportunity. 

Of all the posh clubs in London, this is sure to meet your needs. Enjoy a dimly-lit room that's surprisingly cosy for how large it is. You can also have a bite to eat until the wee hours of the night — even the chefs want to keep you dancing, so they'll offer their famous Tramp burger until dawn.

Located at 40 Jermyn Street, St. James's.

4. Dolce Kensington Club

This hidden gem located in prestigious South Kensington is equal parts non-pretentious and classy. The bar provides high-end cocktails during the earlier hours, and turns into an extravagant nighttime venue that runs until 3 am. 

Expect affable debauchery, indulgent fun, and all the snacks and well-balanced cocktails you can stand. 

Located at 17A Harrington Road, South Kensington.

Enjoy These Posh Clubs in London!

The UK has no lack of fun things to do, and the nightlife is included in that.

If you're looking for a way to spend your nighttime hours that's sure to be a blast, pay these posh clubs in London a visit. You won't regret it—you may even run into a celebrity or two.

If you're pregaming at home before you go out, check out this list of the top 10 club-ready songs about London. And subscribe to our newsletter for more great London advice like this, straight to your email inbox!

March 6, 2020 Posted by admin in Blog

Adult Party Ideas


When one becomes an adult, one can seldom think of a great idea for a birthday party. But we assure you - birthday parties are a lot more enjoyable as an adult. 

And if you cannot think of any adult party ideas - follow our short guide to learn about the 5 elements of a great club party in the city of London!

Adult Party Ideas: All You Need To Know

Nothing could top a great club party in London for an adult's birthday party. But how does one go about planning the 'club party of the year?'

Here are the 5 elements needed for the perfect club party:

1. Choosing the Right Club

London is awash with exciting nightclubs. One may be tempted to randomly select any nightclub - perhaps the one closest to your home. But do your due diligence in choosing the right club.

What determines the ideal nightclub is based on your own criteria. Consider if you prefer an overcrowded venue or an intimate one. What type of music does the club play? Is there a private area - if you even want one? Are there activities besides dancing (such as a snooker table)?

2. Visit the Club

Of course, internet research is not enough to choose the right club. Make sure you visit the clubs you have shortlisted to decide which one is best.

If you have planned activities, see if there is an area where these activities can be enjoyed. Look around at the other patrons or ask the club owners about the dress code. We suggest creating a dress code for your guests to make the night even more special and exclusive.

3. Activities

While letting everyone talk and dance amongst themselves is a great idea - having planned activities makes the night more memorable.

Activities can range from drinking games to card games. A game of charades could also be in order. 

Activities are a fun way to bring all your guests together and to bond with each other. We strongly recommend having activities at your party.

4. Food and Drinks

What would a great party be without delicious food and drinks? Make sure that the venue you choose has a great menu - or allows for catering. You also want to research drinks. You want a venue with a variety of drinks, perhaps great rates on buying bottles. And for those friends who don't like hard drinks, you want to make sure there is a variety of fizzy drinks as well.

5. Guest List

Finally, a great adult party is made great by its guests. While you may be tempted to invite all 1000 of your Facebook friends, this is probably not the best idea.

Keep your guest list exclusive. Choose your closest friends and family to enjoy this experience with you. A great adult birthday party is full of memories with your loved ones - not a loud experience with people who would not remember your date of birth offhand!

See You at the Party!

Now that you know the best adult party ideas, it is time to start planning! We'll see you at the party!

And if you need some help in planning your party, we are just a phone call away!

August 5, 2019 Posted by admin in Blog

Club Wear 101: How to Dress for a Night Out in London


In England, around 6.3% of the population enjoys dancing. Dancing your heart out at a London club starts with wearing the right club wear.

There are at least 300 clubs in London. Each of them has a dress code everyone must follow. All it takes is one fashion code violation to get denied entry.

Clubs use dress codes as a way of creating an image for branding. The more well-dressed you are, the more the club will welcome you.

Here's what you need to know about London club fashion.

Dress Codes 101

How you should dress depends on the club you're going to. The most exclusive clubs in London have more strict dress codes than less exclusive ones. West End clubs tend to have more strict dress codes than others.

If celebrities go to a certain club, the dress code there will be more strict.

Most likely, the club you're going to has a smart dress code. Smart casual dress codes (like the Ministry of Sound dress code) permit T-shirts, jeans, and branded trainers.

Clubs with smart sexy dress codes encourage sexy dress-up and more classy looks. Your best little black dress or button-up shirts are safe bets here. So are high heels and smart leather shoes.

Follow The Dress Code

Life tip: always follow the dress code. Even the best Soho bars have dress codes. If you don't follow the dress code, you can't get into the club.

For example, if the dress code explicitly tells you to wear high heels, don't wear flats. You won't make it past the door.

Feel free to show skin. Some of the hottest clubbing outfits are revealing. However, if a dress code warns against showing too much skin, dress accordingly.

(Note: Over-the-knee skirts are usually fine.)

Don't forget to follow other aspects of the dress code. If a dress code calls for styled hair and makeup, have both ready when you appear at the door.

Fashion Tips

More formal dress codes call for trousers (not jeans), stylish shoes, and a collared shirt. Suits, blazers, and loafers create a classic look.

Women who aren't sure what to wear as a night-out outfit can wear cocktail dresses to more upscale clubs. Feeling daring? Then wear a sultry red dress.

If you're not used to wearing high heels, ditch the stilettos and opt for thicker heels. The thicker your high heels are, the more they'll support your feet and ankles. 

If a dress code includes the word "elegant", wear semi-formal attire like suits and pencil skirts. Dresses should be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee.

Rock Your Club Wear Like a Boss

Coco Chanel played a role in popularizing the little black dress. Good club wear makes you feel as almost as confident as her.

Stick to colours that flatter you. Solid neutral tones are always safe. If you're not sure how something looks, ask for someone else's opinion.

Get exclusive access to clubs and apply for our guest list. You deserve to have a good time.

May 29, 2019 Posted by admin in Blog

Top 5 London Highlights for Club Goers and Party Animals




With its pretty architecture, rich history, and multicultural citizens, its no wonder that London is the most popular tourist destination in the world. How popular exactly? The city gets around 30 million visitors a year! It makes sense why there are so many visitors. There is so much to do! For people who love the wilder side of things, we've got amazing London highlights for you to check out!


Want to party with the likes of Leonardo Di Caprio, Rhianna, and Drake? Then this club is just for you. Street artists are commissioned every two months to come up with new art to paint on the walls. As a high-end boutique club, you'll have to make sure you dress to impress upon entry. You'll also have to spend a pretty penny as well. Standard tables cost 500 pounds, with the most pricey going up to 4,200 pounds for the Cleopatra Package.


If you love live music and a more casual vibe, then Borderline is where you need to go. Artists such as Oasis, Blur, Amy Winehouse, and Muse have all played in this much-loved venue. With new artists playing every week, there's always something new to discover. Head to their Tilted nights for indie and alternative music, or hang out in their cocktail lounge sipping on margaritas. After a long-awaited refurbishment, Borderline has come back better than ever.

Cafe de Paris

Opening in 1924, Cafe de Paris remains today to be one of the most exclusive and well-known clubs. Stars like Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra have graced the venue back in the day, with the likes of P.Diddy being spotted today. Not only does Cafe de Paris have a club, but it also puts on cabaret shows with burlesque dancers. For special occasions, the club also hosts private events.

The Box

This exclusive and expensive club is not for the faint of heart. With inside photography banned and an air of elusiveness outside of the club, you will have to see it to believe it. Nicknamed "Britain's Seediest VIP Nightclub," you can just imagine the types of shows you can see here. But don't be fooled, even though the shows are erotic and kinky, the place is beautiful and the tables are expensive. Located in a restored old theatre, tables run a minimum of 2,500 pounds for a small group. Larger groups will have to shell out a minimum of 5,000 pounds for a table.

Toy Room

This club is perfect for the adult who just wants to be a kid again. As an artsy, boutique club, they use children's toys in a contemporary and adult context. Think Toy Story gone grunge mixed in with a bit of Bansky. Table prices start at 1,500 pounds with VIP tables starting at 3,000 pounds.

London Highlights for People Who Want to Have Fun

As you can see, these London highlights are perfect for those who love the nightlife! Other top clubs include Mahiki, Tape and Raffles. There's something out there for everyone, no matter what vibe you are going for. Need some good tunes to play while getting ready? Check out our article on the best London songs to play to get pumped before your big night out.
April 17, 2019 Posted by admin in Blog

Top 10 Club-Ready Songs About London

Are you heading to London soon and are looking for a way to get pumped up? Or, are you just looking to bring the spirit of London to your hometown? While there are a lot of ways to conjure up the spirit and ambience of London, one of the best things to do is to listen to music. That's right. There are some pretty awesome songs about London out there that will make you feel like you're in the heart of SoHo or Chelsea, bumping to club music without a care in the world. So, what are the best songs about London out there? Check out this guide to find out.

1. London Calling - The Clash

If you want to channel the Clash and vent all of your furies about the state of the world, then the song London Calling is your answer. In this song, the Clash touches on their concerns about the River Thames flooding, police brutality, and whether punk was at the beginning of the end. This is a great song that helps rev up the spirit of rebellion, as well as nostalgia for problems of the past.

2. Hometown Glory - Adele

Who doesn't love Adele, right? Well, if you're a fan of Adele and London, then Hometown Glory is the perfect song for you. This song was inspired by Adele's discussions with her mother regarding what university she should attend. Adele had a desire to remain close to London, and this song is a reflection of her experiences as well as people who influenced her desire to stay.

3. LDN - Lilly Allen

If you're looking for a more upbeat melody, then LDN (short for London) by Lilly Allen is your song. This whimsical melody describes a bike ride through London, with the rider describing situations that aren't quite as they seem.

4. Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty

Gerry Rafferty came out with this song three years after his band, the Stealers Wheel, broke up. This song is an ode to one of London's most famous streets- Baker Street. During the time between his band's breakup and his solo album, Gerry spent a lot of time crashing at a friend's flat on Baker Street.

5. Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks

Waterloo Sunset is considered one of the best songs ever written about London. This is a bittersweet hit that manages to capture the melancholic heart of the city. It tells of the story of two lovers, Terry and Julie, who meet at Waterloo Station every Friday night.

6. Electric Avenue - Eddy Grant

If you want to listen to a song about London with a reggae vibe, then Electric Avenue is your beat. This song is named after a street in Brixton, which actually got its name because it was the first street to be lit up by electricity. During the time in which Eddy grant wrote the song, the street had a heavy population of Carribean and African immigrants. Eddy Grant's motivation to write the song stemmed from the Brixton Riots, which occurred due to concerns over unemployment, poverty, and racism. However, despite the heaviness of the lyrics, this song is surprisingly upbeat.

Songs About London: Are You Ready to Rock?

As you can see, there are some pretty great songs about London out there. What's your favourite song about London? Let us know in the comments below. And, be sure to check out this guide to the most exclusive clubs in London if you're headed there soon!

Best Soho bars

Do you want to hanging out with your friends in one of the best district of London? Soho is such an incredible place to party and there are always very good vibes there. You will find all kind of bars, restaurants and clubs! We have selected for you some of the best soho bars.




  The first one is called the 68 and Boston and this is a wine and cocktail bar in the heart of Soho, that's the best wine bar of the district! This place was conceptualized by Eric Yum Martin Malley and Luca Cordiglieriwho who are among the most experienced in the wine and cocktails field. The bar contains so much of the best wine of the entire world and prices are very reasonable. The place is divided into two parts, downstairs there is the wine bar with a selection of the best wines which are all at the same price (£5.50 for the glass, £14 for the carafe and £20 for the bottle). At the first floor there is the cocktails bar in a wonderful subdued room. Cocktails are so original, you will find cuttlefish ink Martini for exemple! The Staff is so nice and there is always a good atmosphere… We let you the surprise to discovering the decoration which is just perfectly adapted to the place!


Location: 5 Greek St, Soho, London W1D 4DD  




    The second of the best soho bars is the very cute and atypical Termini Bar which is specialized in coffee and cocktails. Cocktails are managed by Tony Conigliaro an alco-alchemist and coffee is managed by Marco Arrigo, the quality responsible for Illy. These guys are really passionate about their work and we can feel it, that's their because of their investment that the Termini is one of the best Soho bar today! The place can host 25 people approximately and they have some good food (baked products during the day and meats or cheese during the night like burrata and beef carpaccio). This bar is reputed to be a cosy, authentic and characterful place with a great service and a relaxed atmosphere.


Location: 7 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 5JE




The third place that we have selected for the best bars in soho is called the Opium bar and it is a secret place…! It is not easy to found but that's so funny to discover the best secret place of Soho! This is a chic place in the heart of Chinatown, all the staff are professional and friendly, the atmosphere is cosy, fun and interesting! Lights are low and the decoration theme is oriental but with a touch of modernity. You will find 3 floors with amazing dim sum, Chinese cocktails and the bar is so impressive and beautiful! Food are adapted to the season, always fresh and delicious! This is the perfect place for a dinner with your friends or even for a date night! Location: 15-16, Gerrard St, London W1D 6JE  




  The last one of the best soho bars is called the Basement Sate and it is one of the finest bar located in Soho with its intimate and cosy atmosphere, exposed brick and dark wood… You are going to love this great place where there is the Paris charm, it is so appealing and lively, seats are so comfortable and the staff are always friendly and knowledgeable so they will give you the best advices for your cocktails and food choices. You will eat some delicious pies and amazing pastries, drink whatever you want (they have a great gin selection) and dancing during the night! Do not hesitate to go there with your date because this is a very romantic place. They have also pastry and cocktails classes where you can learn make the best french’s cakes!


Location: 8 Broadwick St, Soho, London W1F 8HN
April 4, 2018 Posted by Mathilde in Blog

The Best Cure For A Hangover

best cure for a hangover


Who wouldn’t want party all night long, drink delicious cocktails and wake up in great shape…? Well, okay, it will be difficult to be in a completely good after a big alcoholic party but did you know that some remedies can help you to decrease the bad aspects of the hungover and be really helpful!? It can help your body to feel better and to remove the alcohol faster! Let's speak about the cure for a hangover!


Firstly, what is a hungover exactly? This name is non-medical and describes the negative aspects following the consumption of alcohol (nausea, fatigue, vomiting, headache, concentration difficulties, general feeling of unease, irritability, sensibility to light, anxiety…). The real term is “Veisalgia” and it comes from Norwegian and mean “a discomfort succeeding the debauchery”.


It is due to hormonal modifications, liberation of inflammatory molecules, dehydration, imbalance of the sugar rate in blood, stomach irritation and bad quality of sleep.


If you want to avoid a terrible hangover, during your party you can try to drink slowly and drink water to decrease the dehydration all night long between two alcohol glasses and drink 2 big glasses of water before sleeping. In the morning following your crazy dancing night, you have several solutions:


Firstly you can drink a ginger infusion, it is proven that is can decrease the nausea and the vomiting. You can incorporate honey into your infusion for the sugar which will increase the rate of glycemia as well as lemon, known for its benefits on digestion. For our best cure for a hangover, it is also recommended to eat eggs and asparagus which contain glutathione and alcohol dehydrogenase, useful to the elimination of the alcohol. To prevent nausea and avoid the aches you can drink coco water and energy drinks in order to increase your electrolytes rates. The alcohol lowers the blood sugar, it can provoke the sensation to be weak. An efficient remedy is the consumption of bread, rice, pasta or cereals. Another negative effect is the the decrease of the reserves of vitamins B which provokes anxiety, so you can take a multi-vitamins food complement. Mineral salts contained in tomato juice are also beneficial to get better. The next best cure for a hangover is the essential oil of peppermint which can also be very useful if you have a migraine, apply in 1 or 2 drops to the temples and rub slowly.


Contrary to some popular beliefs, drinking coffee is not a good idea. It is a diuretic product which dehydrates and worsens the hangover.


The best cure for a hangover which are the most efficient can vary from person to person, so you can try some of these and you will find the best adapted to yourself. Then, the best remedy is time so you should just take a break, sleep and time will help you to back on track!
March 23, 2017 Posted by admin in Blog




We all know that celebrities love a good party… London is a great place when you’re after a fun night out and celebrity sightings with all the exclusive clubs around! Below are the recent celebrity appearances in London nightclubs!


Marnie Simpson was spotted at DSTRKT having a quite friendly chat with footballer Jamie O’Hara. She was rocking a tight tan jumpsuit, and looked absolutely amazing!


Cirque le Soir is one of the most popular celebrity hang-outs. Niall Horan was seen leaving the swanky night club around 2.30 am...accompanied with three mysterious girls. He was more than happy to get a few snaps in the taxi while lovely ladies were getting in!


Paris Hilton and Sophia Richie were enjoying London’s nightlife with a Tape table booking. Two girls were photographed walking into the nightclub holding hands. Paris always makes sure she looks super stylish…Even though it was night time she was still wearing her designer sunglasses when entering the club with Sophia.


Nicole Scherzinger was spotted leaving Paper. She she looked fabulous with her hair tied in a fancy top knot. Oversized white blazer jacket and black flared trousers made a good combo! But it wouldn’t be like Nicole not to add a little bit of spice to the outfit with a sexy crop top...


Another celebrity seen out clubbing was Kate Moss. Supermodel was seen enjoying a night out at China Tang in Mayfair. She was wearing a very classy all-black outfit. I can tell, wide trousers are clearly becoming a hit with celebrities lately!


March 21, 2017 Posted by admin in Blog

The Most Exclusive Clubs In London


With the most in-demand high end clubs in London continuously changing and new venues popping up, we present to you our guide to the most exclusive clubs in London so you know where to head if you're looking for a glamorous evening in the city.


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One of the most exclusive clubs in London is definitely Drama. It's a quirky 300 capacity venue located on Park Lane and right next to the five star Hilton Hotel. The stylish club is drenched in vibrant colours and boasts a fruity cocktail of playful and bewildering art. This is a place of for the expressive party goer who wants to escape the mundane and revel in a chaotic paradise of self-indulgence. Who could say no to being fed Dom Perignon while kickking back in one of the luxurious fresh booths or to a fully-immersive Funktion-One sound system that will blow your mind? Who could say no to Drama. If you haven't already been, trust us, you're missing out.


Kensington Roof Gardens


Kensington Roof Gardens
Richard Branson's multi-award winning Kensington Roof Gardens is undeniably one of the most exclusive clubs in London. Over the years the establishment has entertained the likes of celebrity legends such as David Bowie and Mick Jagger, and there's no surprise why. It's an luxurious venue located in the heart of London, 100 feet above Kensington High Street, resting on top of the former Derry & Toms art deco department store. It boasts a remarkable 1.5 acres of breathtaking rooftop gardens and is often referred to as London's 'Garden of Eden'. The gardens are arranged into three different themes. Firstly, there's the Moorish style which includes amazing fountains, palm trees and walkways adorned with vines. Secondly, the Tudor style gardens which includes archways, secluded corners and dazzling wisteria. Thirdly, the English woodland style boasts 100 different types of trees which have been planted and maintained beautifully by the formidable garden staff.
Another reason why Kensington Roof Gardens should be considered as one of the most exclusive clubs in London is because there are flamingos that roam around the gardens among the fruit trees and various kinds of fish in the filled streams. Finally, the music selection is second to none. TripAdvisor have given Kensington Roof Gardens a certificate of excellence and there's no doubt why.




 The much-loved celebrity venue, Paper has recently been revamped in Soho Wardour Street with a one million pound budget. The capital injection has gone on the creation of one of the most exclusive clubs in London in the incredible basement and ground floor cocktail bar called Dirty Harry's. The former noughties club has provided extravagant parties for guests such as Beyoncé, Rihanna, Jay Z, Natalie Portman, P Diddy, Keira Knightly and even Prince Harry. As soon as you enter the lavishly designed Paper club you are met by walls decorated with reputable magazines from every corner of the globe. Amidst the main area in the club there are two bars handcrafted in brass. Elegant chandeliers hang from the ceilings whilst hues of pinks, blues and purples deepen the club's luxurious atmosphere. If you're not relaxing on one of the black leather sofas or drinking a Dirty Martini perhaps you'll be indulging on a rich, full-bodied Montecristo in the cigar room. Failing that there's a cutting edge DJ-controlled soundsystem for you to let your hair down to your hearts content and when you're done with dancing why not get some snaps taken in the photo studio. Paper, undoubtedly is one of the most exclusive clubs in London and is of course not complete without private booths and a VIP room with intricately engraved walls. Come and join the celebrities and celebrate in style in the bustling West End!




 With a multi-million pound investment in 2012, Project is definitely one of the most exclusive clubs in London. It stands proudly just off Oxford street in central London. The 300 capacity club is well known for its glamorous crowd and has had the likes of Lindsay Lohan, Justin Bieber and Jason Derulo pass through its glass double doors. Inside the black ceiling, furniture and walls are placed closed together by the vibrant neon lights and visuals on the screens. The menus in the club even light up so you can order yourself a cocktail from the diverse list of drinks. The mixologists are known for their expertise and the hostesses for their beauty.
Those who have been lucky enough to have been to Project, one of the most exclusive clubs in London, will have raved about the fine selection of house music heard through the speakers. Globally recognised DJs such as Deadmau5, Calvin Harris and Robert Sanchez have even been booked. Trust us, the guys behind Project really know how to throw a party. Not only are the DJs first-rated, their additional entertainment is as well. Project has been known to have entertaining dancers and live bongo players work the crowd up into a dancing-on-the-sofas frenzy. Their live shows are second to none.


The Box


The Box
The Box otherwise known as The Theatre Of Varieties is definitely one of the most exclusive clubs in London. The 7,000 square foot and  three-level building is definitely not one of the easiest clubs to get into. However, if you are lucky enough to pass through the wooden doors you're in for a treat, that's for sure. The Box is tucked away down a side street in Soho. Inside the club screams 1940s French boudoir and its entertainment is beyond eccentric. The dancers and performers perform bizarre erotic acts and acrobats before your very eyes. This isn't a place for the sexually shy or the squeamish. The music is also incredibly varied and keeps the crowd on their toes at all times.
The Box definitely attracts the very best. It has provided unforgettable nights for countless celebrities including: Prince Harry, Kendall Jenner, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Kate Moss, Lady Gaga, Zac Efron, Pixie Lott, Emma Watson, Leona Lewis... the list goes on! The Box is intimate, weird, luxurious and out of this world. Anything goes at The Box so you need to come with a open mind to experience it to its best ability. Your in for an unforgettable night out!




Situated in London's heartland of opulence, Aristokrat (formerly Aristocrat) is the latest addition to grace the circle of Mayfair's high-end clubs.  Since its launch in October 2016, it has done so with utmost elegance and grace. Taking the form of an aristocratic mansion, one is immediately engulfed upon entry by its wonderfully-crafted decor and surroundings which exude an exciting and impressive fusion of luxury with modernity and style. Its impressive baroque-themed interior decor including magnificently-designed chandeliers and ceiling art, beautifully fuses with the more modern and stylish elements. The most awe-inspiring of which is the golden skulls that conjure feelings of eeriness fused with excitement - a perfect setting for a night out that delivers on that crucial "buzz" without compromising on finesse and class.
As impressive as the club's decor is, the most impressive of its aspects is the crowd. Regular frequenters include many from London's elite who come to the club to mingle among themselves as well as some of London's most stunning models in its elegant yet cosy space. The club opens its doors every Monday, Friday, and Saturday, filling it with the creme de la creme of the city and its international visitors.
Music and entertainment-wise, some of the latest DJ talent play the latest commercial R&B and hip-hop setting the background theme and fitting the atmosphere of the club with the most enticing dancers and other performers. 
The club's unique charm and luxurious elegance, coupled with the most fitting location for a venue of such character, truly places it in the high end of the category of the most exclusive clubs in London.


Charlie Berkeley Street


Charlie Berkeley Street
 Where the legendary Funky Buddha once stood proud there now stands a new venue carrying all the prestige of its predecessor in its early days in this most prestigious Mayfair location. This exclusive venue is Charlie Berkeley Street. Opened in 2015 after a one million pound refurbishment, it is a most impressive and original addition to the list of the most exclusive clubs in London. Its name honours Charlie Chaplin, and the entire venue pays homage to the legendary British comedian, director and cultural icon. This is reflected in the style of the venue throughout, from the grand fireplace and vintage leather sofas to the friendly and welcoming waiting staff impeccably dressed to impress in 1920's attire. Yet, whilst the overriding theme of the venue dates almost 100 years back, it does so with a very modern twist, and the venue overall has a very modern feel to it. This is most notably evidenced by the impressive sound and lighting systems and general layout of the venue whose style fits with that of the most sleek of modern clubs. In addition, the jazzy style of the portraits that prevails across the club of the great man himself fits perfectly with this style. So if you're up for mingling with London's elite in beautifully and originally-themed classic yet modern venue;  Charlie Berkeley Street is one that is not to be missed.




Tape is a new and highly creative addition to Mayfair's circle of most exclusive clubs in London. Its name and logo represents the item that was once the primary medium of music and audio recordings. It is a perfect representation of the club's primary target audience and what the clubs pays homage to: the music industry. Inspired by Grammy Award-winning producer Dallas Austin, the club is designed and styled to celebrate the music industry and aims to create a nightspot for its creative professionals and enthusiasts which they can call home. This is especially the case with "Little Tape" - an adjoining 150 capacity members-only lounge that has an impressively curated display of artifacts from the music industry including the original Paul McCartney’s 1973 contract for Live and Let Die, a handwritten poem by Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobains’ set list, and Chuck Berrys’ guitar. In addition to this, the lounge has its own state-of-the-art recording studio accessible to its regular members by appointment. The main area of the club boasts a capacity of 250 and has a stage for live music. Additionally, it has an elegantly-arranged bar and seating area that displays a very modern sleek style, as well as top-range sound and lighting equipment that one can expect from such an exclusive venue. Tape is the place to be for an elite yet creative and edgy night out.




Launched in 2015, Montezuma is a highly original addition to the elite circle of most exclusive clubs in London. It takes its name from Emperor Montezuma II who ruled over the Aztec Empire half a millennium ago. (Leading his people to battle against the Spanish conquistadors) The name reflects the Aztec-inspired theme that dominates the nightclub. And, as can be expected of such an elite club in South Kensington, it does so very elegantly and stylishly. Upon entering this classy venue, one is struck by the Aztec decor ranging from the interior design to the artifacts on display. One is further struck by its impressive waitresses and hostesses doing their utmost to make you feel welcome. As the night progresses, one is enticed to try some of the club's signature drinks. The most noteworthy of these drinks is the Zuma shot - a secret, short cocktail said to have been created specially for the Aztec Emperor himself and subsequently passed down many generations to be supplied to the namesake club by a secret partner. Music-wise, the club's primary specialty is RnB and Hip-Hop and regularly employs top talent in the genre to spin the decks, with names including Doug Marshal and Joshua Roberts. Highly recommended for a high-end night out.




Crazy, outrageous, and original yet highly elite.  That is how one can best sum up this brilliant nightclub.  Tonteria is a highly original and quaint addition to the elite circle of most exclusive clubs in London.  Opened by Guy Pelly – a London socialite famous for his close ties with Prince William and Harry. Its aim of its establishment was to recreate the look and feel of an old Mexican Hacienda, yet present itself in a way that incorporates the class and elegance fitting for a high-end establishment in Sloane Square. It has done so with amazing grace. Stepping into the club, you immediately feel the fusion of Mexican cultural chic with Sloane Square sophistication brought on by the beautifully presented interior décor. Being an all-inclusive club, it offers the full Mexican experience and serves as a restaurant before the late hours, offering a full range of Mexican cuisine from tapas to full delicious meals.  After this, the party gets going and the place is turned into a night club with a strong emphasis on the theatrical performers that gives the place a strong buzz of a “crazy party” done in a way that is both energetic and celebratory, yet simultaneously classy and stylish.  To add to this, it has an equally impressive selection of drinks inspired by Mexican heritage including the Mayan Pyramid and the Tequila Slammer.  Then if you are lucky enough to be seated in the VIP area you will be equally impressed and excited by how these are delivered to your table: on a miniature train! This is miniature train that choo-choos around the club delivering shots!  If you’re up for a wild and crazy yet stylish and chic night out, Tonteria is the place.


Bodo's Schloss


Bodos Schloss
Opened by the same team that brought us the Polynesian paradise that is Mahiki, the arrival of Bodo’s Schloss onto the circuit of most exclusive clubs in London represents an addition that is just as original, elegant, and stylish as that of its elder Polynesian sibling.  The only difference is the theme.  Drawing heavily on the central European apres-ski experience, the venue’s intention is to resemble a log cabin ski resort in the Austrian Alps.  This overriding theme prevails throughout this delightful South Kensington venue and can be seen not just in its beautiful interior wooden structures and fireplace but in the stunningly presented waiting staff dressed in traditional Austrian folk attire.  Even the drinks-serving style matches the theme; its signature “ski shots” are served as a round and are delivered by the lovely waiting staff on an old wooden ski.  As an all-inclusive club, it serves as a restaurant during the early hours of the evening and serves a wide range of dishes from an authentic Austrian menu. Then later on in the night the party gets started with the latest in RnB, hip-hop, house, and commercial.  Highly original and highly recommended for an elegant night out.




Libertine proudly resides where the once infamous Chinawhite once stood.  It carries the heritage and torch of this once legendary club and, indeed, markets itself as “Libertine by Chinawhite”.  With its sleek and classy interior decor, it presents itself as a perfect nightlife home for the many models and celebrities who continue to frequently visit it. This is a result of the long-standing relationship that the club has with the celebrity world.  A chance to mingle with London’s most elite and beautiful is indeed one of the main attractions of this prestigious club.  The club is also a regular host to some of the world’s top musical talent, with recent visits by Drake, Jason Derulo, and Pete Tong.  If its strong celebrity appeal wasn't enough, the venue has much to offer in terms of originality.  This is visible from the first moment one walks into the venue as the mirror glass walk way engulfs and takes those who walk through it to the main area where one is confronted by a 50-foot screen that dominates the area as it projects vivid lights and colour.  From the main area there are two further smaller rooms, one of which is a molecular cocktail lounge run by cocktail maestros Fluid Movement and presents itself in an elegant, low-key, speakeasy style.  The other is the highly intimate and private VIP lounge.  The spirit of Chinawhite lives on through Libertine as its most recent incarnation, thus safely placing this club in the top category within the much-prestigious circle of the most exclusive clubs in London.  As such, any nightlife enthusiast would be gravely mistaken to give a party at this great venue a miss.




Mahiki is a fun and festive venue and slightly less formal compared to some others in the Mayfair circuit.  However, it still very much retains its status within the prestigious circle of the most exclusive clubs in London.  Set across two floors, the club is designed in the style of a tropical paradise island with a very pronounced Polynesian theme, as demonstrated by its bamboo-lined walls, tiki-style bars, and wooden carvings adorning the walls.  Just as impressive is the wide range of tropically-inspired signature cocktails on offer, the most out lavish of which are puffing with smoke!  The Mahiki brand now carries its own line of rum which is used in its cocktails and the venue also provides master classes in cocktail making lead by their award-winning mixologist. To top off its list of novelties, it even has its own “No-Tell Motel” -  a cheeky, love-shack-inspired private area with its own double-bed, shower, bar, and karaoke. As with many exclusive Mayfair clubs, celebrities, royals, and other members of London’s elite have been known to attend this fun venue since it was first opened in 2005.  After more than a decade in the business, it still continues to stand the test of time by delivering on what it does best: providing a fun and relaxed party atmosphere right in the heart of Mayfair.  Not to be missed if you’re up for an exclusive yet fun night out.




Maddox is one of the most lavish and stylish establishments that truly graces the circle of most exclusive clubs in London. Set in the heart of Mayfair, this private members club is yet another great example of the work of club entrepreneur Fred Moss. (He was  responsible for Mo*vida, Chinawhite,  Aura, and serves as a magnificent show of his superior skills in his forte) Whilst entry is usually restricted to members, the venue can be visited by non-members by means of booking a table at the restaurant which serves a fine Mediterranean and Italian inspired cuisine. As one enters the club’s main room, one can feel the presence of the glass-enclosed DJ booth that dominates the area and plays host to some of the world’s top DJ talent who spin the right tunes to dance to. This is  supported by top class lighting and sound system.  Another feature that makes it stand out from the crowd is its courtyard, which very few clubs on the exclusive Mayfair circuit can boast of.  With such an impressive array of features, it is not surprising that the club has been frequented by A-listers including Keira Knightley and Diddy.  If decadence and luxury with a modern, understated style is what you enjoy then Maddox is the place to go.




DSTRKT is a club that celebrates modern grandeur.  Set in Soho and known for being one of central London’s historically less affluent but more edgy and boisterous venues of entertainment. It aims to bring a touch of class to this area which lies close to the border of the more traditionally opulent Mayfair.  Its grandeur can be felt from the moment you step into the venue as you become surrounded by its crystal chandeliers and chiming bells.  This becomes further evident in the main room as you're confronted by the sheer presence of the red crystal chandelier as it floats above your head.  The VIP lounge goes a step further in its decadent appeal as it boasts of being the only such lounge with a bar entirely made of precious stone.  But, as impressive as all these feats are, it is the people who make the party, and it is they who put this club in the category of the most exclusive clubs in London.  This is where this club shines the brightest.  Many an A-list celebrity has been known to party here including Tom Cruise, Snoop Dogg, and Sylvester Stallone.  In addition, many have likewise performed here.  To top it all off, DSTRKT plays host to many highly-publicized special events including album launches, fashion shows, and premier parties throughout the year. For luxury with a modern style and a chance to rub shoulders with a celebrity, DSTRKT is one not to be missed.


 Cirque Le Soir


Cirque Le Soir
Cirque Le Soir is not just a club.  It’s a circus extravaganza!  Since its launch in 2009, it remains as incredible as ever as they have managed to seamlessly fuse a circus show, and all of the novelty and excitement that comes with it, with the grandeur and decadence that comes with being one of the most exclusive clubs in London.  Set in the vibrant and pleasant but somewhat subtle surroundings of Mayfair’s Carnaby Street, this club is anything but subtle and could easily leave Lady Gaga feeling a little low-key.  The club is famed for its wide array of performers including magicians, clowns, fire-eaters, sword-swallowers, burlesque dancers, snake charmers, contortionists and stilt walkers, as well as its fitting circus décor, top cocktail mixologists, and international DJs.  It is also famous for the A-list celebrities it has been able to attract over the years including Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Leonardo DiCaprio.  For a weird and wonderful yet elite night out, this one is not to be missed.


 Shaka Zulu


Shaka Zulu
Shaka Zulu is a South Africa themed all-inclusive club comprising a restaurant, bar and dance area.  As the name suggests, its theme is deeply rooted in the country’s Zulu tradition to the extent that the Zulu King – HRH Goodwill Zwelithini – gave the venue his royal blessing after it opened in 2010.  Located in the Camden Stables Market, it is rooted in a location known for its vibrant, artistic, and alternative feel outside of the usual Mayfair/Chelsea area but manages to retain all that is required to give it the full Mayfair/Chelsea feel with an originally creative twist.  For this reason, it effortlessly puts itself in the category of the most exclusive clubs in London. As you walk in, you will be amazed by the amount of meticulous effort that has gone into the décor.  The entire wall and ceiling surfaces are fully covered in beautifully crafted wooden murals, and the chairs and tables are true works of art, as are the numerous warrior statues standing proud around the club.  The restaurant offers delicious South African cuisine and the bar has a wide selection of wine and cocktails.


 Cafe De Paris


Cafe De Paris
Cafe De Paris is all about fusing modern clubbing and dining with the cabaret experience.  Founded in 1924 - at the height of cabaret culture during the Roaring Twenties - it is one of the oldest nightclubs in London and still largely stays true to its founding tradition.  However, it does so with a more modern twist and a less pretentious style than would have prevailed in cabaret culture when it was first opened. During which time the atmosphere among the guests would have been more akin to that of a stately dinner than a fun night out.  The club is set across one main floor and one theatre-style mezzanine with a standing capacity of 720 once the tables are cleared to make room for the dance floor.  It features draped velvet, a luscious chandelier and classical peers that conjures feelings of 1920's grandeur.  Its layout and style are very much geared towards enabling the guests to enjoy the cabaret experience to the fullest and in all its grandeur.  Friday and Saturday tend to host their main shows which consist of styles involving circus, comedy and burlesque.  In the late evenings the cabaret and tables are cleared to make way for the disco.  Music-wise, the selection tends to be similar to other establishments that fall into the category of most exclusive clubs in London. If you want to experience a piece of London's living entertainment history in all its grandeur, Cafe De Paris is the place to go.


 Toy Room


Toy Room
Don't be deceived by the name of this club.  It is, in fact, a venue which exudes classical opulence with its leather sofas and stylish interior and is one of the most exclusive clubs in London. With a capacity of 300 people and 20 tables, it is a medium-sized venue that graces Mayfair with its presence just off Oxford Circus and has recently undergone a major, multi-million-pound refurbishment.  As you enter Toy Room you will at some point be greeted by Frank - a 6ft tall teddy bear employed by the club to keep the guests amused and entertained.   You may also be greeted (or, more likely, just rub shoulders with if you are lucky) by one of the many celebrities known to have visited this venue.  As with many a Mayfair establishment, it is principally London's elite that frequently visit this club and it is known for having a guestlist policy that is one of the more restrictive ones compared to other exclusive clubs in the Mayfair/Chelsea area.  A great place to go for a great and elite night out.




When it comes to having a rich and prestigious history and heritage, rarely does a venue shine as brightly as Raffles. Founded in 1967, the club is named in honour of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles who served as a leading statesman of the British Empire in the Far-East, having contributed to its expansion in the region and being most notably remembered for his creation of Singapore. Aptly situated on King's Road - the very heart of London's infamously opulent Chelsea area - this club's long and astounding history includes visits by the very top category within the creme de la creme of British society. This includes the UK's highest ranking guest of all - the Queen - who visited the venue with Prince Charles and Princess Anne to celebrate the 21st birthday of the grandson of the Earl of Mountbatten. Other high-profile dignitaries have included Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, legendary American singer Barbara Streisand, the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, and Vivienne Westwood. To preserve its rich heritage and status as one of the most exclusive clubs in London, it continues to operate as a members-only club and allow visits by non-members only via invitation by an existing member. Entertainment-wise, Raffles presents itself as a club that elegantly fuses heritage with modern glitz with its neon floor lights and grand leather sofas, and the music that is played tends to be a mix of commercial, pop, RnB, and indie. All in all, highly recommended - a great venue with great heritage for a great night out.