London Nightlife

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Of course, you're already expecting to hear it but it's an understatement if the rest of London is uniquely amazing, so is the nightlife. And while there are a wealth of options, as you'll see for yourself, we wanted to share our personal list of favorites from both local hot spots and generally popular venues.

Best Clubs in London

Roof Gardens | Nightclub | Kensington

Over the top opulence in a stunning botanical ground floor that is matched in its audacity by an equally stunning top floor club that gets you outdoors, and under the night sky all the through the morning. Inarguably one of the best nightlife venues in London, and one of our favorites to date.

XOYO | Nightclub | Shoreditch

To be honest, your best bet to really enjoy XOYO is to look up the lineup and book tickets in advance. Once inside, you'll find some of the best music in town from an unassuming two-floor playground. You'll also find both local and international crowds here as the clubs renown makes it a popular spot for tourist and locals alike.

The Nest | Nightclub | Shoreditch

Not exactly a local secret, The Nest promises a consistent lineup of international DJs and state of the art sound and light systems that will capture your senses for the rest of the night. Expect a liberal atmosphere and a forward-thinking crowd at this roisterous basement.

Oslo | Restaurant & Nightclub | Hackney

Gentrification has made the neighborhood of Hackney an up-and-coming spot, and this premier nightlife venue speaks to it. Packed into a remodeled rail station that boasts an all-in-one design where you'll find mouthwatering food, great drinks and an afterparty scene crowded with live music and DJs that go all night long.

Blagclub | Nightclub | Kensington

For more of a private experience, this nightclub offers a selection of private volume controlled booths, high end VIP areas, a host of great DJs and wide-ranging music. With classier vibes and a generally posh dress-code, Blagclub is a good excuse to dress up and enjoy bottle service with a group of friends.