Unique Clubs in London
If you want something a little different from a night out in London then these clubs with their unique twists are exactly what you're looking for. These are the best clubs in the city, with eccentric themes providing a fun night different from anywhere else. From Kensington Roof Gardens, perfect for summer, to authentic South African influences in Camden these quirky clubs offer experiences you can't get anywhere else. Be ready to party the night away at these very special clubs that make the nightlife in London truly unique.
Last updated on 15th August 2016
One of the most unique nightclubs in London thanks to their Arabian vibes and Moroccan charm, let Po Na Na whisk you away. Not only can you book VIP booths, get busy on the dance floor and tuck into some seriously bumping beats, there's cocktails and drinks deals to boot.
Bringing the style of South Africa to Stables Market in Camden, Shaka Zulu offers a special clubbing experience that you won't forget. The serious attention to detail will amaze you as you ride the escalator to the 2nd floor while sipping a meat flavored cocktail. One of the top clubs in London it has won numerous awards; with 60ft tall statues and exotic dishes being served all night what more could you ask for? Make sure you don't miss out by booking online here.
Perfect for a summer party in London, The Roof Gardens on Kensington High Street provide a stunning rooftop bar and club in the city. Known for it's style and glamour, the gardens and amazing views set the stage for a very special night. Live music nights and late night clubbing complete with a BBQ make up everything you need to complete the night. Dance to your favourite hits and remixes until 3am at this always exciting club in London. Guest list is essential so make sure you book here to guarantee entry.
Looking to take your next night out with a tiki twist? Kanaloa is home of all kinds of exotic-inspired debauchery in the heart of London, drawing inspiration from distant shores and borrowing its name from the Hawaiian God of the Sea. Expect retro touches sprinkled about the venue, with tropical liquor-laced cocktails served up in tiki-styled vessels and the fun-time party tunes ringing out into the early hours.
Six party rooms make up the Piccadilly Institute, each filled with its own bizarre, quirky design. More than just a London clubbing experience, it offers the chance to explore and try some very special cocktails. You won't get bored of going from room to room and finding things getting weirder and weirder. If you're looking for some food they've got pizzas and burgers and other British classics. Be sure to stick to the smart dress code and book online with us to get free entry until 11pm!