London is one of the cultural capitals of the world, boasting a broad selection of art galleries, museums, music events and live performances. There’s a lot to see that can enrich your intellect and expand your outlook. However, sometimes all you want is to belt out some bangers with your friends in a dark room. That’s why London’s not only a cultural capital but that of cheesy dance music as well. From N-Sync to the Sugababes, there’s always a Central London club night that’ll fill guests at the Montcalm Hotel London with nostalgia and joy.
From the noughties throwbacks to the downright basic, London is full to the brim with shameless fun for the weekend. Whether you’re making after-dinner plans with friends at a restaurant near Finsbury Square or planning a hen or stag do, the great nights out of London will never disappoint.
Zoo Bar Leicester Square
Located in the buzzing Leicester Square, Zoo Bar is easy to reach from Finsbury Square restaurants. This clubnight is a huge hit with the London's student scene and tourists alike. With Zoo Bars very generous happy hours and creative cocktails, the karaoke room and cheesy playlists every Wednesday add even more oomph to this Central London hit.
Rowans Finsbury Park
Arcade-cum-bowling alley Rowans by Finsbury Park Station opens up its doors every weekend to cheesy dance extravaganzas. They don’t close the bowling alleys either, which means you can bowl and dance the night away for great value prices too. Just make sure not to slip on the varnished lanes, the bowling balls and throwers are a little unpredictable after a round of tequila shots on a Saturday night.
90s’ Brunch takes place at secret London locations on Saturdays throughout the year, inviting London hotel package guests and retro-loving locals alike a chance to drink in a totally 90s’ aesthetic and classic pop hits to match. Expect Space Jam references, Backstreet Boys and Spice Girls costumes, all topped up with bottomless brunch menus and a stellar Saturday dancefloor!
The cheesy London locals best friend, hitt up Infernos in Clapham on Fridays and Saturdays and you’ll be faced with nostalgic bangers till 4am and a lot of good vibes. The large venue takes the biscuit for its expansive set of karaoke rooms and end of night confetti cannon madness. A must for any guest at spa hotels in London who’s serious about their cheese.
Sway is a Holborn icon that has recently had a full makeover, meaning that the interior now matches the vibe. Think glitzy lighting and glamorous table set ups and then add three bars and a full-throttle nightclub for a central London night out, fit for a dancing queen.
Tiger Tiger Piccadilly
Keeping it central, Tiger Tiger is just off Piccadilly Circus and has been doing out nights to forget since the late 90s’. Its age means it’s learnt from experience, and Tiger Tiger is now fully kitted out with several dance floors and the Decadia Room, brimming with 90s’ and 00s’ pop classics and table dancing bar staff.