London nightlife, where to go

[1]The Maddox Club & restaurant ⭐️⭐️⭐️?

It’s located in one of the most exclusive areas of London; Mayfair. This is one of the finest ‘private clubs’ in all of London. If you are ever lucky enough to step inside then you will very quickly realise why this is the case. Maddox guest list is, highly demanded and mandatory if u want to enter the club.

Wed-Sat 21:00-03:00

3-5 Mill Street,Mayfair,London,W1S 2AU

Maddox Entry Fee:
Ladies that have their name on the guest-list and arrive before 11pm have good chances to enter the club for free.
Gentleman pay £20.

Maddox Dress Code:
The Maddox Dress Code is elegant and chic at all times. Club management holds the right to refuse entry if dress code is not matched by guests at arrival at the venue.

Libertine is the new venture from the founders of the renowned Chinawhite club. Sleek, suave and stylish, Libertine caters to a fashionable crowd in the heart of Fitzrovia. The club attracts the cream of the London and International DJ scene playing music that will keep you moving until the early hours. If you prefer to lounge, then head for the speakeasy-style cocktail bar, Reason & Mankind, for a cocktail served up using the latest molecular mixology or reserve a spot in the truly exclusive VIP area. Dress up, smart and trendy for a highly memorable and original clubbing experience.

[3]BOUJIS – Kensington ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Boujis has set the standard for luxury and style. The epitome of exclusivity, this Kensington club is super stylish and the only place to be for an evening of A-list glamour. Attracting the hottest crowds in London, it is a members’ club however non-members can gain entry providing they are on the guest list. And the music? The club attracts a world-class selection of DJs, which keeps the faithful clientele returning week after week. Boujis operate a very strict door policy so to avoid disappointment, dress your best and you may be lucky enough to bump into one of the Royal Family!

[4]DSTRKT – SOHO⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
No expense has been spared at DSTRKT. For an evening of decadence and indulgence, this is the place to be. This multi-million pound venture is the result of a collaboration between the people behind the London clubs Mahiki and Whisky Mist. Need we say more? The elegant restaurant serves beautifully prepared food, accompanied by an assortment of fine wines and precious bottles � the choice is endless. And this is just the start. The high profile DJs who command the decks play pounding beats from the state of the art sound system that keep the chic and glamorous clientele on their feet to the early hours. If money is no object, then an evening at DSTRKT will not disappoint. The restaurant, bar and club is a stone’s throw from Piccadilly Circus.

[5]DNA – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
London in St John’s Hill is a decadent nightspot located close to Clapham Junction station. With celebrated nightlife entrepreneur Howard Spooner at the helm, DNA can be considered one of the most eye-catching venues south of the river. The venue boasts an eccentric and quirky design consistent with Spooner’s other ventures – with a sprinkling of Chesterfield sofas, 1930’s architectual design and walls adorned with glass apothecary jars.

[6]KONNECTSLondon Victoria ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Eventually everything Konnects… VIP party organisers XclusiveTouch are thrilled to announce the official opening of London’s biggest Central London Nightclub Konnect. Open late until 6am this 800 capacity venue is located opposite Victoria Station and plays the music YOU want to hear! Resident DJs Maestro, Guy D’Angelo, Rugrat will spin the latest in RnB, Funky, House, HipHop & Club Classics so there’s a little something for every mood and every taste.

A night at the Kensington Roof Gardens is a must visit! London’s very first rooftop bar and club and a glamorous space to party. Complete with four resident flamingoes, it mixes style and relaxed sophistication perfectly with unparalleled views over London. Classic tunes, pop hits, and party anthems ring out as party-goers throng to the spacious dance floor. Avoid the crowds and book a ‘Pre-Club Party’ between 7pm and 10pm on a Friday or Saturday night, then dance the night away until 3am. You could even arrive early and visit the restaurant for dinner to make a night of it.

[8]CIRQUE LE SOIR – SOHO ⭐️⭐️⭐️??
Awarded ‘Best Night at London Club’ award for four consecutive years, the members-only club Cirque Le Soir has a reputation to live up to. It certainly does not disappoint! Cirque Le Soir is one of the most fun and exciting clubs in London. Hidden behind what appears to be an unremarkable black door lives a world of debauched pleasure where indulging in the sinful, the sexy and even the shocking is encouraged! It’s a place where anything goes and highly recommended for a more unusual night out.

lookin’ for late night kicks and tricks in Shoreditch, Cargo is your place. It’s known for being a shining star on the London live band and DJ scene but when the sun is shining, the massive decked garden with a BBQ, fooseball table and comfortable seating is equally as inviting.

Expect affordable bar snacks, gourmet burgers, pizzas, salads and sharing platters all of which you can be enjoyed in the sun trap garden. As the night draws in, Cargo turns into a banging club as fierce local and international DJs command the dance floor with an eclectic mix of tunes.

can’t get more dancey than the Ministry of Sound. Opened in 1991 to emulate the American ‘Paradise Garage’ club, The Ministry has been spinning New York, Chicago and detroit house tunes since then. Like many of the other mega clubs in London and beyond, it’s involved into a lifetyle, and has sister clubs around the world, particulary in Berlin and Sydney. The Ministry fields the best DJ’s and pounding beats for your listening pleasure all night long. After more than 20 years in the business, some of its first generation are now moving on but it’s still a destination club for anyone visiting London, especially if you’re a devotee of House Music. TUBE: Elephant and Castle.

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