Our Top 10 London Nightclubs

clubWhen coming to London some of the most common questions are ‘what is the night life like?’ and ‘where would you recommend to go?’ So here are our favourite 10 clubs in London.

1. Fabric – 77a Charterhouse St, EC1M 3HN
A top club with a 24 hour Music and drinks licence and a specially designed ‘BodySonic’ dance floor, where the bass comes straight out of the floor and through your body allowing you to literally feel the music. The club has 5 sound systems, 3 bars, 3 floors over 25,000 square feet, and holds up to 2,500 revellers. Main club nights are Friday and Saturday but be prepared to queue to get in.

2. Ministry of Sound – 103 Gaunt St, SE1 6DP
One of the most well known clubs in London, attracts over 5,000 people on weekends, and is famous for having some of the top DJ’s. Beware this club is not cheap; however it is highly recommended and well worth the money. They specialise in mostly house music, and is considered London’s most hedonistic club, where the music is loud and the crowd are wild.

3. Club Attraction – 256/264 Old St, EC1 9DD
Has 5 five rooms, an indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi – they even provide towels! The club has 2 dance floors plus a VIP room. The capacity is 500, so quite small compared to some of the other clubs but a great atmosphere. Club nights are Thursday to Sunday.

4. Herbal – 10/14 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DA
This club is situated in East London in an old converted Warehouse. It features an excellent sound system and top DJ’s. Club nights are every night except Mondays, and the club has been selected in the past by Time Out magazine as Venue of the year. This is also the place to spot celebrities as many go there to party the night away.

5. Madame Jojos – 8-10 Brewer Street, W1F OSE
Fantastic location right in the heart of London’s famous Soho – the venue has a variety of events and always has the latest new bands. A great night to go is Saturday with ‘Kitsch Cabaret’ which includes lots of old school music and glitz and glamour. Perfect for hen nights, the interior is very vintage art deco.

6. Koko – 1a Camden High St, NW1 7JE
Used to be known as The Camden Palace and was originally opened by Steve strange and Rusty Egan of the band ‘Visage’. These days the old theatre has new management and a new name; it holds 1,500 people and as well as being a regular club often has live acts performing. Artists such as Coldplay, Madonna and Prince have all played here and it is always good to check out what is going on at this great venue.

7. Heaven – Under the Arches, Villier St, WC2N 6NG
Well known as London’s gay club but attracts all sorts including Straight/bi-sexual clubbers. It’s busy every night, and boasts some of the best DJ’s in London specialising in European dance music.

8. Egg – 200 York Way, N7 9AP
Quite a small club holds up to 800 clubbers over 3 floors. Also has an outdoor swimming pool which weather allowing is used in the summer. The club boasts the largest outdoor open space for a London club, making it very popular with smokers.

9. Pacha – Terminus Place, Victoria, SW1V 1JR
You may know the name as it has a sister club on the Spanish Island of Ibiza, the aim was to create a similar club in the heart of London. The entrance fee is not cheap but it is currently one of the top places to be seen. Very stylish, with Chandeliers and a stained glass ceiling, a very classy place.

10. Rhythm Factory – 16/18 Whitechapel Rd, E1 1EW
This is a popular place with a relaxing atmosphere – you can party along to a diverse collection of music in this 400 capacity venue. The weekends are very popular and the club is open till 5.00 am, it is always busy but is definitely worth a visit as Pete Doherty often pops in and plays.

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