London’s hottest night clubs
You are living or staying in London and the weekend is just round the corner? London is famous for it’s mind-blowing club scene which should not be missed. If you are planning to go out with a group of friends or your date, check out the following selection of some of the hottest and hippest night clubs in the British capital. Throw on your sexy nightlife look, put on your biggest smile and get the party started!
Ministry of Sound London
Every weekend, this super trendy club in a former bus station attracts over 4,500 party lovers who come to enjoy the world’s most advanced sound system and state of the art lighting. The club encompasses 5 rooms, 3 dance floors, 3 bars and a courtyard. Some rooms can be booked for special occasions, conferences, events and, of course, parties.
This hot favourite attracts the same stylish and glamorous clientele as his famous sister venue in Ibiza. Not only the party crown but also the line-ups of the premier European DJs playing the best of trance, techno and house music recreate the unique Ibiza feel. The stunning 1920’s building underwent a massive 2 Million Pound refurbishment and boosts shimmering chandeliers, a marvellous oak panelling, an intricate stained glass ceiling as well as a gallery overlooking the dance floor and a summer terrace. Tip: Dress to impress!
This enormous 25,000 square feet club is hailed by many as the best club in London, if not the world. Be prepared for worldclass-clubbing where not a single foot stays on the ground with the world’s best known and upcoming DJs playing Hip Hop, Dubstep, Breakbeat, House and Drum’n’Bass. The bar has a 24-hour license and serves excellent drinks. Fabric boosts 5 sound systems and three bars. The best acts usually don’t start until 3am so if you feel like boosting your energy level, there are chill areas with big leather beds.
This stylish venue is located in London’s hip district Camden in a grade II listed 1900 theatre building. On it’s huge stage, it already hosted big names like Madonna, Prince or Coldplay and keeps on attracting some of the best musicians in the world. Before it was restored and reopened in 2004 it was famous for it’s legendary rock vibe attracting bands like the Sex Pistols, The Clash in the 70s and Madness or the Eurhythmics in the 80s. In the 90s it stayed a favourite for rock fans and now it is famous for it’s great mix of clubbing nights and live music. The deep red colour theme, chandeliers and gilt molding give this club a rather decadent feel.
A great venue for art lovers, this club near London’s Center was established by an independent art organisation and is equipped with a stunning interior design. It encompasses two rooms where regularly changing events take place. The music, crowd, and ambience is rather independent and experimental so check the location and running events in advance to make sure you’re gonna like it.
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