Where the party is at!
If you are a couple of young people, planning on visiting London and you are worried that after her Majesty serves the 17 o’clock tea there is not much to do, you will be pleased to hear that the capital of the UK offers plenty of nocturnal fun. Restaurants, clubs, concerts are just some of the many ways that can turn your holiday or weekends into fun memories and probably many photos as a token.
You will find below some of the most appreciated locations, where relaxation and good time mix up with the finest drinks, the coolest music and the biggest parties. Let us start with the Ministry of Sound Nightclub (SE1 6DP, 103 Gaunt Street). If you did not find out by now, this is one of the house music “pioneers”, leading to its development since the early 90’s. It has almost become a cult amongst the fans of this genre and practically a nonconventional symbol of London. If at its beginnings, the Ministry of Sound Nightclub was a simple redecorated bus shelter that allowed no alcohol drinking, nowadays has one of the most expensive music technology ever used in a club. The volume is set up at 45 percent of its power, because the 100% capacity will be the loudest sound ever produced by a man. This, the quality of drinks, music and the fact that it is opened only on Saturday and Sunday, brings thousands of people on a weekly basis.
The Fabric Nightclub (EC1M 3HN, 77a Charterhouse Street) is another outstanding occasion of entertainment, being situated in an old meat store. It is differentiated by its unique dance floor that emits strong bass frequencies. This way, you can literally feel the music that is being played. 2,500 party people can enjoy the 25,000 square feet to move and drink all night long, as the music is played 24 hours on a row. The greatest part is that the Fabric Nightclub is located near cafes, so you can refill your lost energy with some British breakfast or even brunch, depending on your appetite for fun.
If you are looking for something more “royal”, Club Aquarium (EC1 9DD, 256-264 Old Street) can turn your usual night into a cool one, with its swimming pool and Jacuzzi. This way, you can enjoy the two dance floors and freshen up with an occasional swim. There is also a VIP lounge, if you prefer to have your own private space for the right price. Club Aquarium is an exclusive one, having a reduced capacity of 500 people. The good thing is that you can get the chance to experience this luxurious club, as it is open from Thursdays to Sundays, when the famous WetYourself party begins.
If you prefer a more “quiet” club, there is always the possibility of going to Herbal (E2 8DA, 10-14 Kingsland Road), an old warehouse that kept its original outside aspect. It is a fairly intimate club, with a capacity of only 250 persons. The garden situated on the roof, ideal for barbeques, contrasts with the big names that played as a DJ, like Fabio and Groove Armada. Besides the great fact that it is open all week long, except Mondays, you might wake up partying among celebrities. Kate Moss, The White Stripes and Winona Ryder are just some of the names that hang out in this club.
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