Club Information

opening hoursOpen Monday to Saturday 9pm-4.30am or later
diningRestaurant is open until 2.20am with bar snacks available until 4am. Book a table.
Dinner and drink packages available.
There is no admission charge when reserving a dining table in our restaurant.
admissionAdmission is £20 per person.
dancesDances are from £20 for a fully nude private dance. Dance packages available.
discreet billingDiscreet Billing
In your interest we operate a discreet billing system for all credit card charges
phoneWe hope to see you soon and if you have any questions or would like further information please call us on 020 7240 5534 or click here to email us

Welcome to Stringfellows, the World’s Most Famous Nightclub

Owned and operated by Peter Stringfellow, “Stringfellows” in Covent Garden has been at the top of London nightlife scene for over thirty five years and his brand name has become internationally famous having opened clubs in New York, Miami, L.A. and Paris.

Stylish luxury and the most beautiful girls

Peter has strived to make Stringfellows and its sister club Peter Stringfellow’s Angels in Soho the two most famous Gentleman’s clubs in the world offering the epitome of fine dining, service and certainly the most beautiful girls that you will ever have the pleasure of meeting.


Business and Pleasure do Mix

In Stringfellows one is greeted with an air of opulence, sophistication yet a feeling of utmost of discretion. It is an adult fun scene where business and pleasure do mix.

Two floors of luxury and opulence

Over two floors it features an award winning five star restaurant, live stages, cocktail seating, VIP booths and private “Red Rooms” it is no wonder that it has long been the haunt of celebrities, international travellers and business persons from around the world.

Stringfellows is nothing like your typical London strip club, or lap dancing club – this is something so exquisite, luxurious, opulent and tantalising, that once you’ve experienced it, you’ll never forget it.

A message from Peter J. Stringfellow.


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