Fancy partying with royalty? Or, if not royalty, at least with some Sloaney blonde girls who may once have stood next to Prince Harry at a polo match? Well then, exclusive South Kensington private members club Boujis may be for you. Since opening in 2002, this surprisingly compact venue has established itself as one of London’s most sought after destinations, a popular spot with moneyed locals, celebrities and the occasional heir to the throne. On any night of the week Boujis boasts an impressive guest list (as evidenced by the paparazzi who can be seen loitering around the entrance in the early hours), and the venue prides itself on its elite clientele. Music is crowd-pleasing rather than cutting edge and, as you’d expect, the face control at the door is pretty rigid, but if the drinks prices and the overtly wealthy Euro crowd don’t faze you, then entrance is not impossible. Interior-wise, Boujis is a standard high-end London club, rather smoky and easily out-glammed by the likes of Chinawhite, but arguably it’s the people that make this place what it is.  43 Thurloe Street, South Kensington, London, SW7 2LQ Tel: 020 7584 2000  Source :