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London is the city in Europe that never sleeps with some of the best nightlife in Europe. With a great selection of bars and clubs, Kings Cross and St Pancras area is truly the place to be. For February Blog I have picked my top 3 clubs in Kings Cross and St Pancras area, only a few minutes walk from the Alhambra Hotel. Watch out also for our NEW FEBRUARY PROMOTION. Limited Offer!

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1. SCALA – 275 PENTONVILLE ROAD, LONDON N1 9NL 020 78332022

The magnificient Scala Club

Scala is a beautiful multi-purpose venue in the regenerated King’s Cross area, on the north side of central London. The building incorporates four main floors and accommodates events for as many as 1,145 people. There are three bars, 2 dance floors and a stage for live performances. There is a cloakroom on the first floor.

You´ll find the entrance to this courtyard through the doors on the left of the main stage.

Types of events
The Scala hosts regular weekend club nights but is also a very popular venue for live music on week nights. Scala’s history of live music shows include Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Moby, Super Furry Animals, Chemical Brothers, Kruder & Dorfmeister The Doves, Dido, Outkast, Lionel Ritchie, Stereophonics, Sophie Ellis Bexter, Suede, Gomez, Elbow, Robbie Williams, The Rapture, Hanoi Rocks, Kelis, Kosheen, Chicane, The Scissors Sisters and Joss Stone.


Great Music and Atmosphere!

The Big Chill House is a large Victorian Pub in the heart of London’s King’s Cross. Its recent restyling has left the locals and travellers gawping through its huge windows, in complete surprise! The team behind the Big Chill brand have set to work and created a super cool space for everyone to enjoy and one where you can celebrate The Big Chill festival spirit, all year round!

Enjoy some breakfast with friends (or over business) in the expansive arts café on the ground floor, a pub lunch in the upstairs study room, a cocktail on the terrace, or why not tumble down at the weekend for a thumping night of Big Chill music.

The drinks range is broad and all the best brands are listed. Both breakfast and lunch menus use all the finest ingredients and there are always offers and discounts to grab off the website and Facebook.

The music policy is diverse, representing all aspects you’d associate with the Big Chill festival wrapped up in a forward-thinking style you’d expect from one of London’s leading music venues. Each week sees a selection of block-rocking DJs hand-picked, by our programming team, for their ability to deliver nothing but good vibes on the dance floor.

Big Chill House has pretty much everything you could want… freshly roasted morning coffee, free wifi in the cafe area, cool drinks on the sunny terrace or a late night boogie on the dance floor!

3. EGG LONDON-200 York Way, London N7 9AX – 0207 871 7111

24 Hours Party time!

A venue like no other, Egg London continues to push the boundaries. With the best music from the world’s greatest DJs, mixing with the best sound and lighting available, our stylish venue combines a variety of spaces indoors and outdoors along with a 24 hour licence. With our eclectic mix of nights, there’s something for all kinds of dance music fans to enjoy.

EGG’s dress code is smart/casual. Jeans and smart trainers are allowed. No hoodies or sport brands.

4. CLOSE BYFABRIC CLUB-77a Charterhouse St,London EC1M 3HN

Fabric is the club that most party people come to see in London, with good reason. Located in a former meatpacking warehouse, it’s gained a well-deserved reputation as the capital’s biggest and best club. Fabric’s line-ups are legendary – Fridays belong to the bass: guaranteed highlights include DJ Hype, who takes over all three rooms once a month for his drum ‘n’ bass and dubstep night Playaz, and Switch and Sinden’s Get Familiar party is a sell-out every other month. Saturdays descend into techy, minimal, deep house territory, with the world’s most famous DJs regularly making appearances. Fabric made its name championing underground talents such as Ricardo Villalobos and Ellen Alien who have stayed loyal to the club and their spin-off label. But be warned – the queues are also legendary – blag your way on to the guestlist or buy tickets in advance unless you want a three-hour wait.

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