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43 Thurloe Street London SW7 2LQ

Even if you've never set foot in Kensington, you've probably heard of Boujis. This A-list nightclub has been attracting the self-styled cream of London society for almost a decade and achieved notoriety (and numerous column inches) as the favourite party place of princes William and Harry. However, it is possible for those of us not blessed with royal genes to enjoy a good night out here: the door policy varies but if you don't mind dressing up, queueing up and flashing a smile at the bouncers you're fairly sure of getting in, and once you're through the door the attitude is more friendly than you might expect. Drinks are, naturally, on the expensive side, and if you don't watch your wallet (and avoid that champagne list) you could easily drop hundreds of pounds at the bar. Better to stick to the dancefloor then, where big-name DJs keep an up-for-it crowd on their feet till the early hours with a mix of house, dance and RnB tunes, plus the odd cheesy number.

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