Tucked away in the heart of South Kensington, Boujis has retained it’s popular and occasionally A-list nightclub status for many years. Initially famed for it’s Royal visits, the club has seen many of Hollywood’s most famous grace it’s doors.

Boujis is a small but intimate club in the basement of a stucco town house across the road from the station. The line is never too long but the club is almost always packed. The door staff are generally processional and polite (which is how good clubs manage to remain popular beyond the hype). You’d be forgiven for thinking the place is a big pretentious but I’ve met some of the most friendly and fun people in town in this place!

The music is pretty standard for an upmarket club, but thankfully avoids too much cheese. They occasionally get big names and Sam Young, one of London’s finest is often playing. The dance floor is small and directly faces the DJ but this can often make for a bit of fun!

Drinks are pricey, in fact some of the priciest around with mixers around £15 but the bar staff are attentive and you won’t have to wait too long. Tables start from around £500 but don’t expect to seat a large group.

I’ve been on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays and they’ve all been equally good. Entrance is between £0-20 depending on who you know. One of the great things about Boujis is it’s open on Sundays (and as it’s built up a reputation for this, it usually packs a crowd), so if you’re up for a boozy weekend it could be ideal. Another insider tip is they have great new years party’s – for around £130pp you get entrance and unlimited drinks (mixers, beer, wine) all night!