Quality Hotel Hampstead
London, EN NW3 6AL
Phone: (44) 20 77940101
Fax: (44) 20 77940100
Located in West Hampstead, Lately is a night out solution which is split into two main sections. The upper section features a bar which serves a variety of cocktails, beer and wine; the downstairs section is the club with the dance floor. The club area has a seating arrangements and to one's marvel, the volume of the music is just right and does not interrupt your conversation. The club also has an attached terrace garden with a fountain and tables for seating, this makes for a perfect quiet dinner with your mate or friends. Call ahead on +44 872 148 2877 to know more.
The Good Ship is a nightclub that is dedicated to music and entertainment. The bar has DJs, bands, comedy and several other types of entertainment. There is a wide selection of drinks, so you can sip your drink as you dance or laugh at improvised comedy. Although the doors close by 11:30p; that's when the real action starts and goes on until the wee hours of the morning. If you just about appear to be sober enough, they'll be more than glad to let you in. Make sure you visit the website or call to find out the night's entertainment.
Love And Liquor is a trendy nightclub and bar that is open till the wee hours of the morning. The music in there is very loud and the dance floor is never empty, as the DJ belts out some great tunes. Open only on Fridays and Saturdays, they have a good collection of cocktails as well. The ambiance is cozy and private, as the lights inside are dim, and they have a fog machine as well. All in all, this nightclub is ideal for a fun night out with the friends.
Enterprise is a neighborhood favorite, friendly nightclub with delicious pub grub and soothing live music. Their patrons keep revisiting The Enterprise for its exciting and fresh event nights and live music nights, adding the entertainment value to your evening. Apart from this place being your ultimate destination for a great party, The Enterprise also offers an impressive bar menu, enjoy your favorite beer while you cheer for your favorite sports team. Check website for more details.
Since it first opened in 1996, barfly in Camden has expanded into seven different locations all over Britain and also spawned The Fly magazine. Priding themselves on providing quality music and entertainment, barfly has hosted headliners such as Coldplay, The Strokes, and Starsailor. One of Barfly's other main goals is to provide a venue for upcoming new artists and bands, making it a great place to discover future stars. Call their twenty-four-hour ticket booking number to book your tickets in advance.
Nestled on the fringes of Camden's vibrant market, Proud Camden exhibits first-class photography displays by day and stages some of the finest eclectic live music by night. The building was formerly a horse hospital, and there is still evidence of the past with the stables having been converted into comfortable drinking booths and fitted with plasma screen TVs playing live sport and music channels. The club is chic-grunge, with subtle lighting and a cool crowd reflecting the eclectic changes of music from indie one night to electro the next - and if you don't like the band, take refuge and chew the cud in the stables. For more information call or visit their website.
HQs aka Dingwalls offers mainly mainstream music, but different nights include funk, latin and indie grooves. It's a nice small venue which is vastly improved in summer when the patio doors open are left open. Punters are mainly in their early twenties, the decor is a cozy Andy Warhol-meets-Ikea mix. Dress code is smart casual.
The Bull & Gate is a prominent pub and live music venue since 1979. The indie rock nights on weekdays and the funk bands on weekends have attracted pub-hoppers of London, down the decades. The excellent acoustics and the dim lights lend The Bull & Gate a great ambiance. Multiple music concerts and rock shows are held here regularly. The regular pub fare is reasonably priced and a good variety of spirits are available too. To chill and unwind, Bull & Gate is the place to be!
Boutique style interiors, late night parties, live music events and good cocktails is what the Colour Bar is known for. Located in Camden, this bar is frequented by people who love good music and great service. This upscale bar, with its range of events and DJ's nights is a first choice for many.
Located beneath the Solo Bar on Inverness Street in Camden, Undersolo is a popular basement club that is host to a plethora of DJs and live music acts by local or touring bands throughout the week. This intimate nightclub, which has a capacity to host up to 210 guests, has two private booths and a VIP room where you can party with your group of friends. Visit the club during live indie rock concerts on Wednesdays or Thursdays. On Friday and Saturday nights, Undersolo turns into a major party house with R ‘n’ B, Funky House and Classic music churned out by the DJs. With variety of drinks and pub snacks on offer, you just wouldn't feel like venturing out elsewhere on any given night. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Are you going to be in Camden soon and would like to devote some Zen time to yourself? Just enter Zensai, the locals swear by the delectable Thai fare on offer. For instance, a slice of Thai style coriander and garlic, or the crispy aromatic duck will make you retrace your steps a tad too often! Private parties and other business events can be arranged with prior reservations; this place can hold up to 200 people.
Despite its name, this long-standing jazz club and restaurant does not exclusively play jazz. As well as an eclectic schedule of performers, there are also club nights a few times a month, including the only real jazz dance club session in London. Dark and atmospheric, yet large enough to avoid being claustrophobic. The Jazz Cafe is certainly worth a visit. Watch the musicians from the balcony restaurants. You can also nibble on light meals and snacks during the shows.