Whatever day of the week you're looking to go partying, you can rest assured that Roxy are up for a good time, churning out pop anthems 'til late. Expect a whole host of RnB, pop classics and house hits during the week, accompanied by some very tasty happy hours, whilst Saturday serves up four decades of dance floor smashers.
Clubs in Central London
Wolfpack assembled, outfit all sorted and dancing shoes ready for action; everything’s in place for a rowdy night of partying in the capital. We’ve put together a collection of our favourite places to chuck those hands in the air and make the dancefloor your own. So, without further ado, here's our list of the best clubs in Central London that are sure to leave you smiling.
Acclaimed cocktails and juicy burgers are Core's pride and joy, that's until the night moves over to the dance floor of course. The laidback atmosphere and cracking tunes make it the perfect spot to let your hair down and throw some shapes without having to worry about any pomp and pretension.
Sway is a mainstay of the central London club scene, which continues to pull in the night owls. With party packages and plenty of space to book, this hotspot is popular with groups and those who like to get their dancing shoes on. With four rooms you can take your pick depending on your taste.
At your element in places where you have a good old sing-along? Bar Rumba's your dream, as they operate an "if you can't sing it, we won't play it policy". This of course guarantees all kinds of party hearty, power ballad anthems, and there's often fancy dress frolics to be enjoyed at the weekend.
With no less than six pumping party rooms, variety is the spice of life for Piccadilly Institute. It's a lively jaunt very popular with tourists and local fun-seekers alike thanks to its bullseye central London location. Come for a wild night out filled with booze and flashing dance floors aplenty.
If you're searching for a smart, stylish and friendly nightspot in the heart of Soho, look no further. It's worth coming straight after work to sample the international menu and spectacular cocktails, especially when you consider that happy hour stretches deep into the evening. Once sufficiently warmed up it's time to head over to the dance floor, where you'll cut shapes in the company of a beautiful crowd until 3 AM.
Cafe De Paris is a glamorous and highly popular night club in central London. Located just a stone's throw from Leicester Square, Soho and Piccadilly Circus, come here to dance the night away till 3.30am Fridays and Saturdays to a mix of chart, house and rnb, or start your night with their fancy sit-down meal and disco cabaret.
A club in London Bridge with affordability and fun to its name, Number 1 is a great place to party should you catch yourself in the heart of the city. Head on down for a cool and casual night out that promises a roaring roster of DJs and dancing.
The Be At One cocktail family are not ones to shy away from a huge club night in Central London. Despite having created a reputation for themselves by creating stunning cocktails, head to the Russell Street venue and party long into the early hours courtesy of the venue's resident DJs.
Without doubt one of the quirkiest clubs in Central London, Cirque Le Soir laughs in the face of all things ordinary and instead stuns its guests with snake charmers, fire breathers, burlesque dancers and mystifying magicians. Head to this club in Soho and enjoy everything this brilliantly bizarre spot has to offer.
Set in the heart of Soho, Jakata is the perfect place for a night out in central London. Not only will you find premium spirits and a banging soundtrack from live DJs, but there's even private table service if you're after something a little special.