Lighting up your stay in London with these hotspots

Traveling to London and looking to make the best out of your stay? There is plenty to do. If you are a night owl who likes to experience the nightlife, you will be spoilt for choice. There’s a whole list of places to spend the night out and just so that one doesn’t get lost, we have here a few that can serve as your template to make a decision.

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  1. Trailer Happiness

Housed on Portobello Road, it is marked by a yellow fish above an otherwise nondescript doorway. Once you enter, it’s like a time-travel back into the groovy 70’s for an evening at Trailer Happiness’ tiki lounge, serving one of the best cocktail bars in London.

Decorated with hula girl memorabilia and other stuff reminding one of retro Polynesian kitsch, it’s easy to get fooled by the bartender’s Aloha shirt – but beware. They are true mixologists and will create inventive twists on rum classics. Once in a while, they will perform a fire show,  blowing spirit high up in the air and setting it aflame while the crowd around cheers.

The early evening chatter gradually transforms into a vibrant dance party as the night progresses and the DJ brings the funk classics.

Where: 177 Portobello Road, W11 2DY

Tel: +44 20 7041 9833

Nearest station: Notting Hill Gate

  1. Kensington Roof Gardens

Looking for a cool bar in London? Visualize yourself in a sky-high joint that is posh and polished. Located on the streets of Kensington, this exclusive club is visited by those who like to be seen as they schmooze the night away. You will feel like a socialite among the ladies modeling their latest designer dresses and blazer-clad gents.


As you listen to the live percussionist beat his drums in sync with the DJ’s club bangers, you might just feel the rush of adrenaline, but you can escape to take a breather in its namesake garden. To live up to its name, it houses 500 plant species, Spanish fountains, and even flamingos, it is part of Europe’s largest rooftop garden, which provides a swanky oasis for a cigarette break or a midnight chat.

Where: 99 Kensington High Street, W8 5SA

Tel: +44 20 7937 7994

Nearest Station: Kensington High Street


  1. The Bussey Building

This place generates a lot of buzz – Peckham. But don’t be fast to judge it because this otherwise unassuming neighborhood is very much capable of giving East London a run for its money in the coolness stakes.

Come to the Bussey Building if you must experience Peckham. Based in a huge concrete block, this arts center/warehouse-style club is the South London nightlife destination. Enjoy from an impeccable selection of music of all stripes, the strong in soul and funk, plus reggae, dancehall and hip hop. The owners got creative about the rambling space, and if you are there in the summers, you can even dance on the rooftop terrace.

Kudos, too, for the vinyl and graphic novel store/café on-site – Oh, and did we mention the theater, movies and comedy nights?

Where: 133 Rye Lane, SE15 4ST

Tel: +44 20 7732 5275

Nearest Station: Peckham Rye