London has a spectacular nightlife that is coloured by late-night bars and clubs. All the major music acts stop by London while on tour, and a lot of bands have begun their career in the place. Here are five of the most popular nightclubs to go to for a great London nightlife.
Ministry of Sound London
The Ministry of Sound London lures 5,000 people every weekend in its three bars and three dance floors. Its popularity has remained indispensible because of legendary DJs like Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong. The popular sound system has only been used at 45% of its capacity. If it were to be played in its 100% capacity, it would be the loudest sound you will hear in the place.
Fabric Nightclub London
Super-club Fabric holds Europe’s fist bass-system “bodysonic” discotech, where the sound of bass surrounds the floor for the clubbers to feel. Fabric has three two-level bars and five sound systems and a total space of 25,000 sq. ft. What’s more – you got to brace yourself for the unisex toilets.
Club Aquarium London
Club Aquarium contains five rooms that include a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool. No other club within the United Kingdom can make such a claim. There are also two chill-out rooms, two dance floors, and a VIP lounge.
KOKO London Nightclub
KOKO is a music venue and Camden nightclub at the edge of Camden High Street and inside a Grade-II theatre building. The 1,500 capacity venue had featured lived performances from Madonna, Coldplay, Prince, and My Chemical Romance.
Heaven Nightclub London
Heaven is one of London’s most popular gay club that hosts gays/straights and other clubbers for a fantastic nightlife. It is situated within railway arches below Charing Cross Station and near the Trafalgar Square. Heaven is famous for its spectacular music from guest DJs that play the newest European dance music.