Best Nightclubs In London For Students

London is a big city with a bustling nightlife and has many nightclubs to choose from for a great night out. They are guaranteed to have something to suit you and your friends. 

From two floor level clubs, basement clubs and industrial style clubs with house and techno vibes to fashionable themed clubs with performers and retro tunes – you’ll never get bored!

Figuring out which ones to go to may not be an easy decision, but don’t worry we’re here to help!

If you are living in London student accommodation, here are some of the best nightclubs in London for students who want a night of never-ending fun and good memories.

1. Fabric

 

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Fabric is one of the best clubs in London.

It is an award winning venue – being voted number 1 in the world multiple times.

They mainly play drum & bass, dubstep, house and techno music – so if that’s your jam then this is the place to be.

They have three separate rooms which have their own independent sound systems so you will have plenty of options to choose from.

Two of the rooms have stages for live music performances and the other is an open dance floor – so go and get your groove on.

Check out their website for upcoming events.

Opening hours: Saturday to Thursday 10am – 5pm | Friday 11pm – 6am

Address: 77A Charterhouse St, London EC1M 6HJ

2. Carwash

 

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Carwash is Europe’s most famous pop and disco club – luckily for you there is one in Central London.

It consists of 3 floors of pure party vibes and is the premier Saturday night out where you can party the night away with a mix of disco music and 80s/90s pop anthems on the main disco floor.

Alternatively you can join the second floor for R&B, hip hop, dance, party tunes and club anthems.

Make a day of it with their bottomless brunch on Saturdays at The Loop Bar – 4 hours of fun with your friends with live drag queen entertainment!

See website for all the info.

Opening hours: Saturday 6pm – 3am

Address: 19 Dering St, London W1S 1AH

3. XOYO

 

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XOYO is one of the most respected clubs in London with two floors – the top floor houses the bar The Shoreditch Butchery.

With an amazing soundtrack including global names and the best artists around – nights you don’t want to miss!

They have a mix of DJs and live acts and weekly club nights, meaning there are plenty of good nights to have.

Check their website for all events.

Opening hours: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 10pm – 3am | Friday & Saturday 9:30pm – 4am

Address: 32-37 Cowper St, London EC2A 4AP

4. Ministry of Sound


Ministry of Sound has been open since 1991, it was the first club in London that was dedicated to house music.

The club consists of four rooms – The Box, The 103, The Baby Box and The Loft.

The Box is the main room with the best sound quality and the place to be for those big house tunes.

The 103 serves as the second stage on club nights for those who wish to see some breakthrough artists.

The two rooms – The Baby Box and The Loft are smaller, more intimate rooms for those who are not into the big club nights.

The club has one of the best sound systems around – this should definitely be on your checklist!

Visit their website for more details.

Opening hours: Tuesday 10:30pm – 4am | Friday 10:30pm to 6am | Saturday 11pm – 6am

Address: 103 Gaunt St, London SE1 6DP

5. Egg London

 

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Egg is a warehouse style club with outdoor spaces and a 24hr licence – so all you party goers can party all night.

Every Wednesday brings you the final cut which are nights of house, R&B and the latest hits.

Every Saturday Egg London presents you with a night delivered to you by various different artists.

They sometimes hold events on a Friday but in general it is a normal party night.

Check their website out for all details.

Plus they do student tickets – sounds great right?

Opening hours: Wednesday 10:30 – 3:30am | Friday 11pm – 6am | Saturday 11pm – 7am

Address: 5-13 Vale Royal, London N7 9AP

6. Phonox

 

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Phonox is an industrial style club in South London that welcomes like-minded clubbers who want to share a great experience.

Fridays and Saturdays are fairly simple – one dancefloor, one sound system and DJs playing all night.

But make sure you keep your eye out for their in-house mantra.sw9 parties with residents Tommy Gold, Bossy LDN, Taylah Elaine and p-rallel plus special guests – they are special nights so don’t miss out!

Sundays are home to select DJs that celebrate the true diversity in global dance music, a night you also want to check out.

Check out their website for more info.

Opening hours: Friday and Saturday 10pm – 4am

Address: 418 Brixton Rd, London SW9 7AY

7. Tabu

 

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Tabu is located in West London and brings you the most genuine Tokyo nightlife experience in the heart of Mayfair.

Yuki is the swanky cocktail lounge upstairs. It is a Japanese styled bar with a relaxed atmosphere and plays house music until the early hours for all you music lovers.

Downstairs you will find the nightclub which will transport you to the back streets of Tokyo – you will find yourself partying in the underground world of Shinjuku.

Tabu highly encourages you to book a table reservation – to get the best clubbing experience, plus it’s the easiest way to gain access to the club.

So if you are looking for something different and unique this is the place to be!

See their website on how to book.

Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday 8pm – 3:30am

Address: 1 Dover St, London W1S 4LD

Now you’ve read our list of the best nightclubs in London, we hope you have an amazing night out with your friends. So head on down to the dance floor and make some fantastic memories to last a lifetime! If you are a social butterfly, check out this blog for how to meet new people.

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