The City of London – The Place that is Always on the Go

The capital city of the UK is a place where hustle and bustle is a twenty four hour, seven days a week thing, it never stops. The craziness of the day spills into the night where the city really comes alive through its eclectic mix of lively nightclubs, bars and even its extensive offerings of theatres shows and plays, there is always something to experience during the night in this city. So, whether you fancy putting on your dancing shoes, heading out for a quiet drink or gracing the West End, London will cater to your desires.

Heading to the Club

London has earned the reputation of one of the greatest nightlife experiences in the world and it isn’t hard to see why. Some nightclubs are so popular that people travel as far the Park Grand Hotel Heathrow simply because many celebrities have been spotted there and, while it can be hefty to enter these places, when you’re drinking with Rihanna, Emma Watson or James Corden, do you really mind? Mahiki is one of the celebs favourite haunts and is said to be a fantastic night out, however, you will need to save your pennies because there are cocktails on the menu that cost £50.

The Box is one of the hottest clubs in the city but you will need to get your name on the guest list pretty quick and, if you want a table to watch the cabaret show that begins at midnight, then be prepared to part with over £3000 on the weekend. Celebrities such as Jude Law and Prince Harry have been seen her to watch its incredible burlesque and fire-stunt shows as well as dancing the night away until 4am.

Quiet Drink at the Bar

London is of course littered with a huge range of bars; from classic cockney pubs to cocktail bars to high-end Champagne bars, you have a wonderful selection to choose from. Purl is situated a short tube ride away from the Park Grand Heathrow restaurant and is a bar that will take you back in time as it is based on the speakeasys from the American prohibition period of the 1920’s. When you book you will be given a secret password which will give you entry to its secret hideaway, from here you will be welcomed into a warm, cosy bar reminiscent of the 20’s themselves. They serve delectable cocktails that heighten every sense and the prices are surprisingly standard which makes it a wonderful bar to explore.

The George is a typical London pub and is a great place for tourists to explore because it is a classic pub with a whole host of original features. Built in the 1600’s, it has the original windows that are etched with gorgeous detail, dark wood panelling that fills the interior and mirrors. If you are looking for a homely, comfortable bar that serves proper pub grub, then The George is the place to visit.

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