Rose Club Guestlist & Tables

The Rose guestlist is the latest development from the guys behind legendary high end clubs Whisky Mist and Mahiki. Highly anticipated as one of the best new clubs on the London club circuit, the Rose guestlist is a new 300 capacity club and exclusive venue at the height of sophistication. It boasts a very chic and modern interior design, only to be filled with the hottest and most well-known names in the world. Opened by Nick House and Piers Adam, expect to be whisked away in to an extravagantly theatrical evening at this Marylebone club, it’ll be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before.


Thursday nights at The Rose have become legendary and once you have made it past the tight door staff, you will enter down the red staircase, which will make you feel like royalty, in to the club. Lavish red and black interior catches your eye straight away, whilst hundreds of twinkling mirrors hang elegantly from ceiling to floor, so make sure to look your best as you’re on display at all times. The club has an overall feel of transporting back to the time of speakeasies mixed with the glistening glamour of today. The ground level has a flower shop that not only depicts the name of the club, but acts as a sort of disguise to the club, coming off as sweet, innocent and gentle, but as we all know every rose has its thorn. On the Rose Guestlist you will feel as if you are in your very own theatrical production, setting your individual story for the night. A long bar takes up one side of the club, whilst clusters of tables are piled high with ice buckets and constant flowing champagne. The waitresses who tend to every drinker’s needs are dressed in sparkling tutu’s and dramatic make up, looking every inch the professional ballet dancer plucked straight off of the American Ballet Theatre stage, which adds to the theatrical nature of this club. The girls bring a classical twist to the club, especially when they warm up on the bar to live string quartets and opera singers. Immediately the night is started off properly and gets all the guests in just the right mood to dance the night away. Matched with the twinkling mirrored décor, guests can’t help but feel as if they are in a giant musical jewellery box every Friday and Saturday, which is the idea and inspiration behind Robert Angell’s design for the establishment.

The Rose guestlist attracts a sophisticated crowd, with a sprinkle of celebs who are often seen making an appearance here. Whilst fitting classical and opera music fills the club during the early evening, as the crowd gets bigger and bodies start moving the music changes to an appropriate mix of house and dance. The only better thing than good music is having a fantastic drink in hand. Mixologist Christian Ozzati is the original creator of the drinks list for the club, in addition to being the bar manager. These drinks are not only amazing on their own, but stand out because of the vessels in which they are served, for example a music box or giant Monopoly pieces. Like many other London clubs, tables can be booked here at a pricey cost. However, it seems that the Rose guestlist is the perfect place to let your hair down and be taken away into your own personalized fantasyland. A new jewel on the London club scene, the originality of it’s interior design, the celebrity clientele, amazing drinks, superb staff and concept will be sure to blow you away.

What’s The Dress Code?

Like most private members clubs Rose adhere to a strict dress code. Make sure to get this right other wise it could be a cold night on the curb watching friends roll into the club. Girls must be wearing high heels whilst guys must be wearing smart shoes. No trainers or sportswear will be allowed. If you’re not sure about a piece of clothing then play it safe and wear something else.

How Much is Entry Price?

Typically the club allow free entry for ladies before 11pm after which they are required to pay a £20 door fee. Guys will have to stump up the cash no matter what time of the night. Don’t blame us, we don’t make the rules!

What are the Drink Prices?

Drinks prices vary from the standard cocktail priced at £10 to the magnums of champagne at a hefty £1000. It’s certainly easy to spend money here, but at least the drinks are nice and strong.

Rose NYE (New Years Eve) Tickets

New years eve things tend to go out of the window with gueslist requests not accepted. All attendees are required to buy tickets in advance (normally between £30 – £100) from


Rose Club Guestlist

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Open: Monday – Thursday – Friday – Saturday
Closed: Sunday – Tuesday – Wednesday
Rose – 23 Orchard Street London W1H 6HL | | +44(0)2072052245

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