Vibrant and lively, London’s club scene has much to offer visitors. There is a great range of night clubs scattered across the capital where you can dance the night away. Whatever your personal taste, there is guaranteed to be a club in London which offer just the right music for you. From hardcore rock, to dance music, electronica – London’s clubs provide a perfect answer.
Ministry of Sound has been a favourite venue for clubbers for over 20 years and has lost none of its popularity. With four bars, four dance rooms and top names like Paul Oakenfold, Judge Jules and Tall Pall, Ministry of Sound offers something for everyone. There are regular nights focusing on house and techno music, and sometimes indie rock.
Studio 338 is by far London’s biggest club. A perfect venue whatever the weather, there is always room to spare. Long summer nights can be enjoyed dancing on the outdoor terrace, as well as inside. A popular venue, it attracts many well known DJ’s as resident club hosts. Famous names have included Hospitality, Krankbrother and Secretsundaze. You can even combine a night out at Studio 338 with a visit to the O2 Arena as it is only a short walk away.
Heaven is another famous London club. With three floors and light shows in the main room, it really encourages people to party all night long! Live music events are held regularly and there are also cheap student nights. Located underneath Charing Cross Railway Station not too far from Presidential Apartments Marylebone, it was one of the first gay clubs in London and now attracts a mixed audience.
Cross the Thames and travel down to Brixton for one of South London’s best dance venues. Electric Brixton has been attracting dancers for a long time. This is where you can find live acts, big name DJ’s and a host of drum’n’bass, electronica as well as dance music. Names include DJ Shadow and Amon Tobin as well as Australian psychodelic Rock band King Gizzard the Lizard Wizard.
Want to discover the latest in new, experimental music sounds? Then head down to Corsica Studios at the Elephant & Castle in South London where the arty, student crowd hang out. Dubstep and garage are just two of the music styles prevalent here. Intimate with powerful sound systems, this is a two roomed venue with music on offer every Friday and Saturday. Bands here have included Bleep43, Plex, Low Life. There is a constantly changing line up of live gigs and club nights, offering the opportunity to try many different bands.
Prefer something sylish? The Egg is the club that may suit your tastes and can be easily accessed when staying at our Holiday Apartments in London. With three floors, there is plenty of variety in terms of music. This is more like an Ibiza style club, with a relaxing outdoor courtyard where you can cool off after a hard night’s dancing and sit back with a drink while watching the London’s skyline. For those who are really keen clubbers, you can even watch the sun come up during a Sunday morning breakfast session.
Have fun with your friends and explore all these clubs in the city surrounding your luxury Aparthotels London.