Party Earth Review Refined but with a touch of cheeky sophistication, Danger of Death is a favorite of hipster Hoxonites and moneyed artistic professionals looking for an exclusive night of cocktails and conversation. Tucked behind the façade of a former antique shop, the cozy escape retains its secretive underground vibe through its stringent ... more
202 Brick Lane
London E1 6SA
Party Earth Review *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 ... more
43 Thurloe Street
London SW7 2LQ
Party Earth Review Occupying the top three floors of an otherwise nondescript warehouse building, Shoreditch House is an exclusive members-only club that offers celebrities and jet-setters a chance to unwind in comfort. The ground floor reception area is marked by a modern design and soft lighting, perfect for the bleary-eyed rock stars and ... more
London E1 6AW
Reviewed by lara h.
"Completely blown away by this new club!! The Urban East London vibe perfectly compliments the buzz of West End! Space to dance/socialise and enjoy a ..." more
167 Drury Lane
London, WC2B 5PG.
Party Earth Review The Phoenix Artist Club is kind of like a high school theater club, if that club was located in the basement of a West End theater, served lots of booze, and was populated by the Who’s Who of London’s established and aspiring theater scene. Tucked around the corner from The Phoenix Theatre is a wide staircase ... more
1 Phoenix Street
London WC2H 8BU
Party Earth Review Like most of Mayfair’s subterranean clubs, Jalouse has a discreet entrance that can be hard to find – but unlike some of the area’s more raucous venues, the scene inside Jalouse is both stunning and intimate. The space’s décor and look was designed to channel and embody art, and the thoughtful artistry of the interior is ... more
17 Hanover Square
London W1S 1
Reviewed by Anya D.
"Love this place - its quite small which good because it give you that intimate / exclusive vibe which a lot of places in town lack. There is a really ..." more
287 Kings Road
London SW3 5EW
Reviewed by Naomi G.
"Cirque du Soir showcasts glamour and lights, from the second you see the entrance until you finish your last drink and head home. It excels in the sta ..." more
21 Ganton Street
London W1F 9BN
Party Earth Review Once voted Best New Club at the London Club and Bar Awards, The Cuckoo Club is undoubtedly one of London’s hottest nightspots and attracts a well-heeled, fashionable crowd of the city’s movers and shakers, as well as a routine smattering of celebrities. Lavishly decorated in hues of pink, burgundy, and purple, The Cuckoo ... more
London W1B 4EZ
Party Earth Review Far down the rabbit hole and into the heart of Shoreditch lies Callooh Callay, an Alice in Wonderland-themed bar that’s as serious about its cocktails as the Mad Hatter is about his tea parties. A beautifully kitschy room awaits the trendy and creative patrons who regularly come in looking to warm themselves with absinthe ... more
65 Rivington Street
London EC2A 3AY
Members clubs in London have diversified since Bertie Wooster’s day. Instead of cigars and gentlemen’s bets, clubs today have all the trappings of cool nightspots. Celebrity members and the select few who gain admission can live in A-list style in exclusive company. Those who pay for the privilege of entering London members clubs want to live the high life and be among their fellow elite while doing so.
Occupying the top three floors of an otherwise nondescript warehouse building, Shoreditch House is an exclusive members-only club that offers celebrities and jet-setters a chance to unwind in comfort. In addition to its Games Room, Sitting Room, and bar, Shoreditch House features a marvelous rooftop garden where the It Crowd can relax in privacy.
Other clubs sometimes admit non-members for a price. Sleek club Boujis might allow non-members on slower nights – but hopefuls will need to impress the door staff. 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.
Stilettos now outnumber tailcoats, and rock stars may be the new landed gentry, but London has kept the tradition of members club alive for those with the looks, money, or pedigree to join.