'Great for dancing around your Mulberry handbag’, lol, that’s funny, is it in protection of, or in reverence of?
South Kensington, London
43 Thurloe Street, South Kensington, London SW7 2LQ
- South Kensington Tube Station (<0.1 km)
- Gloucester Road Tube Station (0.6 km)
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Mon-Sun (10pm - 3am)
London EN3 7XU
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22 reviews of Boujis in English
Since opening in 2002, they have built and enjoyed the reputation our clientele have given them: that of the best private members' club in London. Frequent visits from international VIPs, aristocracy and other high profile figures demonstrate not only Boujis' style, but also the natural intoxicating power it has to draw these same crowds back for more.
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very cool place to go to on pretty much any day BUT security staff has way too much power. Was kicked out buy guy called Muhhamed for apperently being too lound … ANd once out, saw the same “Muhhamed” talking to the girl i had a conversation with when i was kicked out ! In general= awesome place, however security staff is disgustingly rude !
Prior to visiting this place, I expected it to be expensive, pretentious, unfriendly, and frankly a bit of a bore, I was so wrong..
This place was great, the people are friendly, the crowd was happy, the drinks were pricey, but high quality..
Generally a good place to go out, and have fun, especially midweek.
much like all the exclusive clubs, its small and underground. the decor is nothing special. the DJ did have some pretty decent sets, and the vodka at will from the huge bottle we ordered was good fun. its more of a place to go hang out rather then club…branded as a celeb club the crowd was not as “beautiful people” as i thought it would be…a fairly decent night in all but probably not worth the price tag. FYI guest list is pretty much essential unless you are actually already famous!
I went to this place for a mate’s birthday…and it was reasonably fun, but i dont really see what all the fuss is about. Its a pain to get in, its very expensive and the “beautiful people/celebs” are nowhere to be seen.
On the positive side; the music was good and the ambiance was cosy. Good if u want a group celebration in a fancy venue, with a more intimate feel.
A Club like the others except the selection/people there… posh and very selective, if you are not with a member or have a huge amount of money dedicated for a night, no way to enter.
A hazard that I arrived there last Friday… the most amazing was the size of the bottle of Vodka! I’ve never saw that before! Fresh juices and cans of coke are appreciated. Service is quick but not friendly.
Unlike other p.m clubs where you will find everyone milling about and dancing, in Boujis you are more likely to find clusters of friends resolutely attached to their table/corner. There is not much opportunity for mingling but you do get lots of people offering you a drink from the mountain to be found on their table!
The guest list can be a bit of a bother so my advice is to send your list in at least 4 days in advance. Also do not take anyone along whose name is not on the initial list because they will not get it - you have been warned!
We came here to try out one of the most talked about clubs in London. (actually we came in because thought we might bump into one of the Princes and my friend is in need of a new boyfriend). This really is a wot wot place, a very public school crowd, expensive drinks, but still a good laugh! Really cheesy music though, which I secretly love, but I thought it might have been a slightly cooler house vibe. Lots of dancing and a great way to spend a Thursday night. We missed Prince William and Kate Middleton by a day - they went the night after, damn!
Boujis is rarely out of the newspapers thanks to a couple of certain royals and their girlfriends. A regualr haunt of the Kensington and Chelsea set with saturdays being a busy night. Pricey to get in and drinks are also just as expensive. However, the pleasant door staff and sheer attractiveness of the staff inside more than makes up for that. Great for dancing around your mulberry handbag, quite a casual club so definitely leave your glitzy dresses behind. Open untill 3am
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tf_1, 9 November 2008:
If you want to try and bump into Wills or Harry, you should probably come here. This is the epitome of posh clubbing. Have fun getting in though, if you're not with girls and you're not on the guest list, you're going to find it pretty tough to get past the bouncers. Boujis itself is tiny inside. Full of chaps called Henry and girls called Felicity and massively expensive cocktails.
QUICK TIP - If the guest list is full, phone up and pretend to be a celebrity. They'll let you and your friends in immediately. Just make sure you choose a memorable name but not a memorable face - I've used Zach Braff, Joshua Jackson and next week i will be trying Luke Chadwick. Works every time.....
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