London's most famous nightlife destination is also the most exclusive. For half a century, Raffles has been celebrating the fun and fashion of Chelsea. It has not only played host to some of the most important musicians of all time, but even the Queen, Prince Charles and Princess Anne have attended the swanky nightclub. Now is your chance to see why this hotspot remains one of the city's most influential clubs.
But don't think you're going to simply walk right into Raffles, as this London venue is a tightly guarded secret. Because guests can only gain access to the private club when accompanied by an exclusive member, Raffles is shrouded in mystery and intrigue. The Kings Road haunt prides itself on its discretion, with no photography of any kind permitted. This is a safe space where just about anything can (and will) happen.
With a line-up of DJs that include The Martinez Brothers, Davide Squillace, MK and Richy Ahmed, Raffles has become the ultimate Thursday hangout. And the big names keep coming throughout 2015. Look for music from Sven Vath, Miguel Campbell, wAFF, Greg Pidcock and Apollonia.
Raffles is made up of two main areas, each with their own unique style. On the ground floor, the main room includes a stylish DJ booth and dance floor. The second floor offers a private VIP room that is perfect for mingling. Here you'll find some of London's biggest celebrities saving their energy for another go at the energetic dance floor. And with the best mixologists in the U.K., it's no wonder Raffles remains a household name in London ... and beyond.