A taste of Hawaii on our very own Dover Street, the Mahiki guestlist is the ultimate tropical haven for the cocktail loving elite on a Friday night. With Honolulu inspired Tiki dÈcor, flower clad waitresses and an endless list of celebrity clientele – this London club is always host to a unique and unforgettable night! Boasting a no-hassle door policy (a rarity in London nightlife) and a warm, friendly atmosphere, this themed venue is a little Treasure Island in the heart of Mayfair.
The Mahiki nightclub has been open for many years and boasts an impressive back catalogue of visiting stars and royals looking to get away for the evening on the sub-tropical Mahiki guestlist and party the night away in honalulu fashion. Music is typically a party thmuping mix up with the latest chart hits and the classics from across the last decade thrown into the mix. Think party bangers only in regards to music for the Mahiki guestlist and you won’t be far off that’s for certain.
So join us throughout the week inside Mahiki at the bar for some cocktails, partying and general mayhem. If you’re going to join the Mahiki guestlist do try to turn up on time (around 10:30pm) as the nightclub can get very very busy very very quickly, so no running late on this one. Enjoy it our tiki friend!
A must-go week day destination for guaranteed good, honest fun! Set across two floors, with the Island grill upstairs and the party in the basement, the Mahiki guestlist is an infamous haunt amongst musicians, actors and Royalty – with Prince Harry, Rhianna, Kings of Leon, David Gandy, The Saturdays (and countless more) regular dwellers on Mahiki guestlist Island!
With dim lit booths, totem poles a-plenty and handmade Tiki chairs, this club is a Polynesian Paradise not to be missed! While the drinks are pricey, the attention to detail that goes into every fresh fruit cocktail and authentic South Pacific dish justifies the hefty bill…and quite frankly you can’t put a price on escapism!
The uber rich crowd is a surprisingly humble one – drop dead gorgeous and pleasantly unpretentious! Which makes for a refreshing change on the London party scene. The music is an eclectic mix of cheesy party anthems and essential surf tracks. Resident DJ Tom Crane (Sarah Harding’s fiancÈ), plays every week, and the club has been known to invite numerous celebrity guests such as Kelly Osbourne to try their hand at the decks.
Since its’ opening in 2006, the club has secured itself as an international brand in its global association with infamous fashion labels such as Quicksilver, Roxy and PPQ. Also not to be forgotten is the Mahiki rum. Available in three different limited edition bottles this coconut rum is seriously good. Check it out here.
Join us at this exclusive nightclub for some wild tiki nights and say ‘Aloha’ to a hidden paradise and succumb to the Mahiki guestlist magic. – Top tip: If you’re going to get yourself on the Mahiki guestlist do try to arrive early (typically around 10:30pm) to further your chances of entry, this place can get very busy!
Mahiki Dress Code
So what do you wear to a polynesian paradise like Mahiki. One things for certain don’t wear any fur. The nightclub recently banned this and have a’no fur’ policy. So girls think classy high heels and dresses and guys also go for the shirt and blazer. The club won’t allow sportswear or trainers plus heels are a must for the girls joining the Mahiki guestlist.
Mahiki Entry Price
Prices remain the same no matter what night you head to at Mahiki with girls being let in for free before 11:30pm at the doors discretion and past this charged £15. Guys will have to pay the £15 entry fee no matter the time of the night. Don’t blame us, we don’t make the rules!
Mahiki Drink Prices
So make sure you try as many cocktails as you possibly can. From those served in pinapples and coconuts to the smoking foggy rum based booze and the amazing treasure chests. The club also operate bottle policy on tables which you can typically start off at around £200. Pricey but worth every penny.