Cuckoo Club Description.
The Cuckoo Club is one of London’s hottest night spots. 5,000 square feet of opulent design tinged with rock and roll influences. Settled in the posh area of Mayfair, among other famous hotels, restaurants and clubs like The Mayfair, The Ritz, Nivikov, Hakkasan, Mahiki Mayfair and Drama Par Lane, the Cuckoo Club offers world class mixologists. The Cuckoo Club brings 5,000 square feet of rock chic to the West End, on the site of the former Stork Rooms. Cuckoo Club develops in two floors. They offer a chic environment, a basement cocktail bar and club with an LED-studded dance floor ceiling and a star-studded members committee. Also, the Cuckoo Club has been recently redesigned by 60s interior fashion designer and BIBA founder Barbara Hulanicki. Finally, the club features some of Europe’s most proficient mixologists and eclectic musical output. The Cuckoo Club delivers unbridled, unquestionable glamour for London’s party cavalry.
Inside Cuckoo Club, a mixture of purples and pinks also shine from the LED lights that hang from the ceiling, a beautiful centrepiece that grabs everybody’s attention. In addition, the Cuckoo Club bar at the far end of the room has red curtains giving the club a theatrical touch. The spirit’s are stacked ceiling to floor behind the bar gleam in the dark light.
Cuckoo Club downstairs area presents a basement club which carries on the same colour scheme as upstairs. A mixture of pinks and purples glimmering in the light, highlighting the dance floor and the various seating. This area has been recently redecorated to resemble a proper Alice in Wonderland garden.
Depending on what time that you visit, the Cuckoo Club vibe can change a lot. Even before 11pm on a Thursday, you will find diners indulging in a lavish meal. However after dark you will find the Cuckoo Club crowded of party goers sipping on delicious cocktails and dancing to a great mix of tunes. The club fills up very quickly on a Saturday. Therefore, we advise you arrive early to avoid massive queues.
The drinks at Cuckoo Club, like many other members clubs don’t come cheap. With that you get an imaginatively divine drink that you don’t get anywhere else. Although it is a members club and entry is strict, the Friday night at Cuckoo Club is a winner, with its great selection of music and wide range of drinks.
Hosting days at The Cuckoo Club.
We host at Cuckoo Club every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. We provide guestlist service for a selected group of people. To be on our guestlist at Cuckoo Club names needs our approval. If you would like to be on our Cuckoo Club guestlist for another day, please inquiry using the “Book Guestlist” form on the right.
To enjoy this exclusive venue in London, we recommend to book a private table. We can book your table at Cuckoo Club any opening day. Please book your private table at Cuckoo Club using the “Table Booking” form on the right of this page. Also you can use our general “Table Booking page”.
What we think about The Cuckoo Club.
Among all West End clubs in London, the Cuckoo Club can be happy about our highest consideration. It has an absolutely formidable décor where only the crème de la crème of London wealthy people can be proud to have seen it. Since it is an exclusive member club, the door-selection is kept at really high level. Hence do not need to be only gorgeous, but the dress-code has to be strictly respected. The perfect word to describe it is “classy”. The club shows its best crowd on Saturday. We advice our guests to reach the door early at the opening time or a long queue will build up. You might also face a long waiting time.
A such exclusive venue wouldn’t have missed an excellent table service. For both hosting and private table service is fast. Waitresses and hostesses carrying your bottles are absolutely stunning.
Both upstairs and downstairs bars proud themselves of an amazing A-list of cocktails. The drinks menu reflects the clientele, so do expect to be expensive but on the same time amazingly tasty and well presented.