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43 Thurloe Street
London SW7 2LQ
Circle, District, Piccadilly Lines: South Kensington
020 7584 2000
Kensington / Chelsea, London –
*Boujis has recently gone through extensive renovations. The review will be updated shortly to reflect these changes.*
Arguably one of London’s hottest clubs in the not-so-distant past, Boujis’s popularity may have simmered down a bit, but the venue is still a home away from home for the crowd of South Kensington socialites who pack the dance floor on a regular basis.
The small but chic subterranean venue features a long silver bar backlit with neon blue, as well as a dance floor surrounded by low tables and modular seating, a couple of separate lounge areas, and walls that radiate a moody ruby glow.
The sultry mood gets more vivacious as the night goes on and the fashionable clientele takes to the dance floor to keep up with the beats until the wee hours.
Though Boujis is a membership club, non-members are admitted on slower nights or when the crowd begins to dissipate, though booking a table in advance is highly recommended. The bouncers are notoriously arrogant and judgmental, so guests have to look their most fabulous for the privilege of dancing with the posh set on this club’s tiles.
Despite its changing popularity, Boujis continues to pride itself on its trendy clientele and impressive guest list, which has included the likes of Prince Harry and Kate Moss, and is definitely worth the wait at the door for a night of revelry and hobnobbing with a smart crowd.
International, upscale, fashionable, and wealthy, mid-20s to 50s.
Some of London’s best DJs play hip-hop, house, pop, and R&B.
Cover charge £15. Beer £4.50, mixed drinks £8–£12. Tables £75/person.
Sunday is Boujis’ hottest night. Wednesdays and Thursdays may be the best bets for non-members.