Whether you're visiting London for a short time or are living there, you are in the city with some of the best clubs in the entire world. As an international hub and important global city, London regularly gets the world's best DJs coming to perform. If you're lucky, you might also see a celebrity or two if you visit the hottest places. Get ready to go out and have the best night of your life in these 7 clubs!
Hit These 7 Clubs While You're In London
Street art decor and popular live dj’s make XOYO one of London’s most popular clubs. With concerts as well as DJ nights, this large club brings crowds to its notorious venue. XOYO generally plays house or electronic music in its two floors of madness. The club can get expensive — but is well worth it!
Address: 32-37 Cowper St, London EC2A 4AP, United Kingdom
2. Prince of Wales
This festival-like outdoor bar has two floors of artificial-grass lined bar areas. Drinks, burgers, and an array of hip twenty-somethings sitting on the grass make this club perfect for a relaxing summer night. The dj and dancing gets going outside as the night goes on, but downstairs and inside there’s a bumping and charmingly grimy dimly-lit club.
Address: 467- 469 Brixton Rd, London SW9 8HH, United Kingdom
3. The Nest
This club lives up to its name, as when you leave, you’ll look like you’ve climbed out of one. Small, packed, and steamy, The Nest gives one of the wildest club nights in London. At Dalston’s finest, UK grime and hip-hop are the name of the game — so get ready to dance! Wear sneakers…
Address: 36 Stoke Newington Rd, Dalston, London N16 7XJ, United Kingdom
4. Supa Dupa Fly
This club night takes you back to the 90s and early 2000s with hip-hop and r&b. The nostalgia brings the crowd together for a Destiny’s Child, Outkast and Biggie filled night. Supa Dupa Fly hosts club nights all over London, switching things up and keepin’ it real. It’s super. It’s duper. It’s fly. One of London’s best hip-hop nights!
Address: Ace Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High Street, London, United Kingdom
In a former railway station, this Hackney club takes you on a trip. Oslo is a fancy restaurant during the day, but the bar gets more relaxed, and the club nights upstairs are even more chilled out and festive. Downstairs you can find deep house and oldies playing, while upstairs you can find hip-hop and r&b on Fridays.
Address: 1a Amhurst Rd, London E8 1LL, United Kingdom
6. O2 Academy Brixton
This art-deco theater style concert hall/club has a sloping floor that makes views of the stage accessible to all. Big acts are brought to Brixton by the O2 Academy, making it one of London’s most popular venues. The Sex Pistols, Madonna, The Smiths, and The Clash have all performed here. Enjoy a big British night out and let your hair down!
Address: 211 Stockwell Rd, London SW9 9SL, United Kingdom
7. Village Underground
This club is constructed out of rustic old tube carriages, and has a cool warehouse feel with an artistic past. The Village Underground presents up-and-coming music acts — always hip and funky. This spacious hipster haven is a classic Shoreditch club, and will keep you dancing all night.
Address: 54 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3PQ, United Kingdom
This article was written by Clara Hudson.