10:30 PM – 03:30 AM
10:30 PM – 03:30 AM
10:00 PM – 03:30 AM
10:00 PM – 03:30 AM
Minimum Age: 18
If you remember 4 Winsley Street as Chinawhite Nighclub… where have you been?! In 2009 the venue was reopened under new management as Libertine London, a brand new London nightclub with an amazing atmosphere and an even more amazing guest list.
What does the name even mean? What is a Libertine? A Libertine is someone who enjoys freedom, hedonism, and all the finer things in life. In that spirit, the creators of Chinawhite remodelled and restaffed their club to provide a most luxurious London nightclub experience. High tech, futuristic in a more realistic sense than sci-fi would have us believe, Libertine focuses on being the club of the future, the club where all your dreams and pleasures will come true. They promise a unique experience of luxury and fun.
One of the biggest and best exclusive nightclubs in London, you will probably not get in by waiting outside the door. An ultra-modern club with three interlinked spaces, it boasts a molecular cocktail lounge named Reason & Mankind, an amazingly VIP private area out back, and plenty of space for dancing and mingling. Though you will have to ask about all the features, as secrets can be found all over Libertine Nightclub London, and not all of them are available to just anyone. See how far you can go.
The interior is one of the most opulent in London, with custom-made oak tables, metallic upholstery and glowing multicolour lighting, all your senses will be overwhelmed. On one of the walls you will see a fifty foot screen projecting images and films for your entertainment.
The concept is flawless, with a combined experience of inclusivity and exclusivity. Many less important clubs have been criticized for being racist or too strict about dress codes. Libertine turns that trend on its head, by admitting you based on your individual merits rather than your most superficial qualities. It doesn’t matter what your race, sexuality, subculture, or background is, so long as you fit in with the beautiful, famous people who are hitting the dance floors. So long as you act like a VIP you will be treated as one.
If you want to get an even higher class treatment, make sure to book yourself a table, or even book the whole London club. They will cater to your every need, whether you are booking for a private party, an afterparty, a product launch, or just to have the space all to yourself for a night. Expect first-class catering, expert staff, and, as the customer, to be always right. The atmosphere will really show who the life of the party is.
On regular days you can expect to see regular performances from some of the world’s most famous DJs and artists, as well as the possibility of running into well known celebrities, from actor Tom Cruise, to RnB artists, Premier League footballers, and models. Recent artists and celeb guests have included: Rihanna, Steve Aaoki, Kate Moss, Gigi Hadid, Rita Ora, Drake, Niall Horan, Jason Derulo, DJ Snake and Trey Songz to name a few. It’s signature night of the week is Sunday clubbing London. But they are also open Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays to welcome their elite guests.
The Libertine Club’s door policy is fairly strict, and it can be very hard, if not impossible, to get in on the night. So make sure to book in advance if you want to make it in.
WARNING: Guests who bought advance tickets have been refused entry without refund.
THE DRESS CODE AT LIBERTINE
Dress codes can be confusing, so let us help you with our detailed, visual guides!
What is recommended:
The recommended look is the best one not just to get you in, but to make you feel at home.
The easiest way to sum up the general look at Libertine club is “little black dress”. Women generally wear their LBDs, simple jewellery, loose hair, high heels, and glam make up. Doing your hair up and wearing some bolder jewellery is recommended for special events.
Men generally wear button down white shirts (without coats or ties), smart suit trousers in black or grey, and polished black or brown leather (or faux leather) shoes. A coat and tie is recommended for special events.
What is allowed:
The allowed clothes are the full range of what will get you through the door.
The Libertine Club does not enforce a formal dress code, preferring people to have freedom depending on how the night is playing out. That said, they have some requirements, which means there are limitations.
Men are allowed:
-button down shirts
-two piece suits
-smart blue or black jeans
-suit trousers in black, blue, or grey
-polished leather (or faux leather) shoes
Women are allowed:
-pretty much any dress that isn’t distressed-look
-heeled shoes 2-6″ high
What is a grey area:
The grey area are clothes that might be allowed some days/events and not others, or that are at the discretion of door staff. In short, if you happen to be in the area, wearing these clothes and want to check the club out, then maybe see if you can. You might get lucky. But if you are actually planning a night here? Avoid these and go for something closer to the dress code.
Short sleeve shirts are a grey area. Although polos are allowed and shirts are allowed, sometimes the door staff are unimpressed by short sleeve shirts.
Women’s suits are a grey area. The venue prefers ladies to be in smart and sensual dresses, not in formal suits. Even skirt suits or suit dresses are questionable and best avoided.
Sweaters are a grey area. Even though you can wear sweaters over a collared shirt, the look can sometimes miss the mark for Libertine Club. So it is best to go for a suit jacket instead of a sweater.
Very sexy looks are a grey area too. Although dresses are recommended, aim for something that is not too revealing. If you leave a little to the imagination, all should be well.
What is forbidden:
These clothes will get you turned away at the door, even if you are on the guest list, have a table with bottle service reserved, and it’s your birthday. Sorry.
No t-shirts. Absolutely no t-shirts or even casual long-sleeve tops.
No sportswear. Not even fashion statement pieces like brand name tracksuits or sports jerseys.
No distressed look clothes. Nothing torn, stained, worn down, or anything or the sort.
No leather except shoes. Not even jackets.
No women’s flats. Women must be in heels at this club. At the very least a 2″ heel.
No casual shoes. No converses, thigh-highs, timberlands, or anything that is not a formal shoe.