London is home to some of the most exclusive and stylish bars and clubs in Europe. The world is currently facing a financial crisis; however, such economic difficulties are hard to find in many of the capital's best night-spots. Thomson have a good range of late deals that you can get if you want to get the best deals when you go here for nights of partying. Some of the richest and most famous celebrities in the world are choosing to hang out in trendy bars and clubs all over London. So hurry and book your flight to London and have an incredible night. Here are just a few of the most famous bars which all offer their own unique brand of evening entertainment.
A Brief Guide To The Best Bars In London
Published on October 19, 2012 by Andrew Panaligan
Aquum is a high-quality bar in the Clapham area of London and it is one of Ashley Cole's favourite venues. The bar features some of the latest ideas in the world of design and includes a VIP area and a range of private tables with personal servers. Some of the UK's most respected DJs provide entertainment at Aquum well into the early hours of the morning.
Ministry of Sound
It is usually a good idea to visit to the Ministry of Sound during a weekend trip to London; allowing for plenty of recovery time. Every serious clubber in the world has experienced the world's loudest fixed speaker system or has it on their list of venues to visit in the future. Over five thousand people visit the club every single weekend and enjoy world-famous DJs playing their music on three floors. Getting in can be tough and expensive; however, its iconic status and commitment to the latest music makes the rather expensive entrance fee well worth it.
Aura's location in London's Mayfair makes it a popular haunt of the rich and famous. Christina Aguilera and Bono are among a long list of celebrities who have enjoyed this club's unique atmosphere and celebrity guest DJs. Only members or those who have been placed on the guest-list by members or the club's management are admitted. A stunning range of international cuisine is available and an eclectic mix of music can be enjoyed throughout this impressive venue.
Fabric is one of London's so-called super-clubs and features a 'bodysonic' floor where bass is pumped through the floor and literally into the bodies of ecstatic clubbers. The club has an enormous capacity but queues can form very early on in the evening. Fabric is located in the chic Clerkenwell area of London which is also home to some trendy bars and cafes. Revellers can dance all night long, as the club is open until around 7am; or longer if party-goers haven't had enough!