MASON HOUSE GUESTLIST
Guestlist and Table Bookings
Mason House guestlist is what you need to check out if you need to mix your nightlife with the high life. Slip into your most luxurious suit, or dress, (we’re not here to judge) and experience what it’s like to be a freemason for an evening on Soho’s Mason House guestlist.
Situated directly below the London Palladium and the heart of London’s most sought after nightlife hotspot, lies the beautiful Mason House. As you descend into the age old vaults of one of the capital's most iconic buildings, you’d think you have just walked into the most well kept 18th century dungeon you have ever seen, but as you start to hear the music and see the ornate decoration you realise this is an elaborate and wonderfully executed style choice to reference the venues rich heritage.
Although the bespoke iron bars and bare brick walls take you back in time a few hundred years, the leather sofas, brushed bronze tables and neon artwork will whisk you swiftly back into the present, straight into a gorgeous the gorgeous Mason House Guestlist.
Perhaps the only thing that puts the decor to shame is the beautiful people who attend the club on the Mason House guestlist ok that have booked a Mason House table. The clientèle ooze high fashion and style, so expect to be mingling with London’s best and brightest as you relax on one of 30 tables, which all have waitress and bottle service so you can focus on chatting up the city’s highest flyers.
Mason house caters for all, whether you want to sit back and take in the beautiful scenery and beautiful people, or let loose on the mosaic dancefloor. With an area devoted to corporate events and a secret invite only alternative music space, so whoever you are you’ll be treated like a freemason on the Mason House guestlist.
Mason house London is the latest addition to the nightclub scene and has a big reputation to live up to for those of you that were dismayed at the closure of one of London's most iconic clubs Movida.
The name Masons house we can only interpret as being a reference to the secret club of the freemasons and i strongly suspect that "secrecy" will play a huge part of the ethos of Mason House Guetslist London moving forward.
Many of London elite have be descending on the club to see exactly what has been done inside the venue. I strongly suspect that much of the modern electronic LED walls will have been removed and a far more low key and understated design will be favoured.
As always in London with clubs closing on a weekly basis Mason House will need to have it's own USP and not simply be a room with DJ's. Entertainment is now becoming essential and clubbers in London now expect ,ore for their £20 entry or there £300 bottles of vodka so what will set Mason House apart will determine how successful this new venture will be...
There’s a new members only nightclub in town, launching this week in Argyll Street, amidst the vaults of The London Palladium. Team behind the new venture are Marc Merran, Eamonn Mulholland and Jean Philippe Kley.
The name Mason House dates back to 1737, when the majority of residents on Argyll Street were Masons and the owners wanted to create a space that resembles a Masonic Temple. They have restored the raw brick arches and other original features of the 5,000 ft space with interiors designed by Ludovic Messager of Quintessence, behind Paris’ Titty Twister club.
Guests enter through a crypt and the space is set across multi-raised levels. The 415 capacity Main Club Room has a black and white chequered dancefloor, complete with 30 tables, offering bottle and waitress service and Room 33 is the inner sanctum with a secret door, operating on an invitation only basis.
The main DJ is situated in the Main Club Room will play a mix of genres while Room 33 will offer an alternative atmosphere. A state-of-the-art Funktion 1 sound system, will play throughout the venue. Furnishings feature leather banquet seating and Victorian-style oak wood bars.
Between them, the owners and management have racked up experience at a number of nightclubs – taking in the recently opened Beat, Mo*Vida, Chinawhite, Aura, Fifty and L’Arc in Paris and are teaming up with global entertainment names for live performances. Mason House guestlist and table bookings will also showcase young and emerging artists.
Aside from the table and bottle service with glasses and ice to cater for as many as you can fit at a table, there is a neon lit bar which serves everything from beer to the finest cocktails, with prices to match.
The sound system really sets Mason House apart from its rivals, although the dancefloor is not the centrepiece of the club, the surround sound system of the underground venue means no matter where you are it sounds like you’re the centrepiece of the dancefloor. With some of the best DJ’s on the scene right now, yet no residencies, expect an eclectic range of sounds from R’n’B to House
Luxurious, exclusive and that’s just the clientèle. If excess and style are your cup of tea then Mason House is where you want to be, you don’t have to be in the freemasons to get in, but be sure to be treated like one once you are.
MASON HOUSE GUESTLIST INFORMATION
Mason House Address : Mason House, 8-9, Argyll Street, Soho, London W1F 7TG
What are Mason Houses Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am
Mason House Dress Code: Smart
Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15
Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend
Mason House policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above
Age restriction: Over 18s