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A Guide to London Nightlife, England
Known for its pulsing nightlife, London, England has much to offer the partygoer looking to live it up through the night. Covering a range of musical preferences from hip hop and R&B to trance and rock (and everything in between), the city is a hot favourite among English clubbers and tourists alike. Although the pubs tend to close by 11 pm, the dance clubs are often open until the wee hours of the morning.

Dancers should head out to the London Aquarium Dance Club. With two dance floors and a stage for live performances, this club is one of the most happening in the vibrant city of London. Chill out for a while in the lounge or relax in the pool or Jacuzzi that has been especially set up for the guests of the club.

The well-known Ministry of Sound is one of the UK's best loved brands in music. Along with all of the hit albums to their name, they now have a club of the same name. Attracting about 5,000 people each weekend, this is one of the most hep clubs in the city.

For something a little out of the ordinary, one club with a place in history can be found over in the notorious East End of London: The Blind Beggar Pub. Most famous for once being the scene of a 1966 showdown between Ronnie Kray (of the Kray Twins) and George Cornell, the club is now open to patrons from all walks of life who simply want to chill out and have a good time.

To go back a little further in time, The King's Head & Eight Bells is about 200 years old and stands on the site of two Tudor alehouses. It carries a traditional atmosphere and even lays claim to its very own wine cellar ghost. Visit this bar for the wonderful premium cask beers or wines and for the large menu, which specializes in traditional Sunday roast lunches.

Jerusalem Bar is a cross between a warm country pub and grand Parisian salon. It's far more mellow than the dance bars, but has a friendly appeal and visitors are served up an excellent meal at great prices.

Bar Rumba features a number of hugely popular theme nights. Expect everything from salsa and rumba to Monday nights filled with jazz and soul—tunes churned out by top radio jockey Giles Peterson. Similarly, Gossips has much to offer in terms of theme nights with concepts ranging from reggae to rhythm and blues.
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Orson Johnson writes for Holiday Velvet, a website providing London holiday rentals and vacation rentals.
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