Cafe De Paris
Cafe De Paris London.
Cafe de Paris is one of the oldest nightclubs in Europe. This historical West-End London nightclub resides in Coventry Street, in between Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. This is a perfect location which has been also the centre of art, events and nightlife across the years. The venue launched in 1924. Soon became the place where royals (famous was the Prince of Wales on the 20’ as a regular guest), performers like Frank Sinatra and Grace Kelly after WWII went. Recently the Red Hot Chili Peppers, One Direction, Hugh Grant and the party girl Kate Moss have visited Cafe de Paris London.
Compared to all other London clubs, the ballroom at Cafe de Paris London offers to its guests a wide space to dance. The venue is set on two floors and has different areas. While the dancefloor is downstairs, the VIP area is located in an upper circle with balconies as in a real theater. Music played by resident and famous international Djs. Finally, a selection of bars is just around the main dance floor area. The dress code at Cafe de Paris Club is strict. Ladies needs to wear sexy and trendy and wear heels only, while for gents smart shoes, trousers and a shirt are a must.
Along the years the venue had a brilliant and constant activity. It experienced just 7 years of closure (from 1941 to 1948). In fact, the bombing during the WWII in 1941 destroyed partially the venue. They present regular cabaret shows. “The Black Cat” runs on Fridays, hosted by Dusty Limits featuring a variety line-up that regularly features the likes of Piff the Magic Dragon, Barry and Stuart and EastEnd Cabaret. Every Sat at Cafe De Paris London is The Wam Bam Club. A night which has provided a London springboard for the renaissance of burlesque.
As well as host Lady Alex and resident acts Cabaret Rouge and Bunny Galore, contemporary cabaret performers who have appeared there have included Abandoman, Sarah Louise Young, Pippa Evans, Wilfredo, and Josh Howie. Few changes occurred there during the years. They now presents itself with a central wide ballroom framed by the historic staircases.
Although the club is the oldest venue in London, we started to host there in the early 2014. The venue works as a nightclub on Friday and Saturday. As consequence, we provide guestlist service every Fri and Sat. Joining our Cafe de Paris guestlist will also entitle you and your friends to join our table. We will be happy to offer you also free drinks. On Saturday our guests are hosted in the VIP area. Do you want to experience a really VIP treatment? We can book a table with an amazing deal. Therefore, contact us using the “Book a table” form on the right. You can also explore our Birthday Packages deal or the standard table booking deal.
What we think about Cafe de Paris.
A really flexible and versatile venue which amazes our guests with cabaret and dinners. Despite most of the new West-End and Mayfair clubs, Cafe de Paris guestlist is the ideal venue to host parties with heterogeneous big groups of people. Queue outside Cafe de Paris Club is always big from the opening time. This is caused not to slow entry process, but to the tremendously big amount of people usually aim to spend there their weekend night. Although internally decorated with stunning ladies wearing sexy corsets the waitressing service inside the club is good but we cannot compared it to most of high-sight venue.