An Art Deco inspired with suites and chambers and secret passageways. Upstairs there is a boutique black glass cocktail lounge called Glass, which exudes timeless elegance and glamour. Downstairs there is Paper's restaurant The Garden which specialises in Pacific Fusion cuisine and fine French wines. The Press Room is the VIP lounge, which displays some of the 20th century's most dramatic newspaper and magazine headlines.
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Reviewed by Alexandre pouget | City: Mayfair | Date: 23rd October 2011 | Rating: Excellent
I went to Paper two consecutive Fridays a few weeks ago; the first time I found it to be a somewhat unpleasent experience. It started out OK but having nipped outside for a cigarette I returned to my table to discover that owner wanted our table and had removed us from it. Fair enough, he owns the club and he can do what he likes but upon trying to reclaim my cardigan & handbag that were on the table I was ignored,brushed off and refused it! Fortunately, after a minor hissy fit, they were returned to me and I continued to enjoy my evening to the best I could. I returned the following Friday and this time I can honestly say I had a much more enjoyable evening, the doorstaff recognised me from the previous week (them, and the DJ, are probably the main credits to the club) and were awfully polite. We then held our table for the evening and were treated to a plentiful supply of Grey Goose & a jeroboam of pink champagne. The music is delightully varied - with The Ram Jam's "Black Betty" even being played! Overall my experience at Paper was entirely different on both occasions but I strongly suggest you try your luck there...twice!
Reviewed by L | City: Kent | Date: 9th August 2008 | Rating: Good
Loved the club, Very Classy...If you had free entries for girls, I would be more than happy to come (more often) ;) Cheers
Reviewed by Sara | City: London | Date: 11th April 2008 | Rating:
Club itself is good, stylish decor, with a good selection of drinks, and the prices are the norm for this part of town, however...the crowd is awful, page three girls and sleazy looking guys everywhere, shame as when I first went it was a much more sophisticated crowd, it is like an even bigger version of Embassy (clientel wise), however if this sort of thing doesn't bother you then go by all means, as the music is good,the staff relatively freindly and there is lots of dance floor space, hope this helps any potential paper goers,however if you want something in the same sort of area of London, but much smaller and with a different type of crowd, try Volstead on Swallow street, nice vibes and very good atmosphere.
Reviewed by J | City: Marylebone | Date: 10th March 2008 | Rating: OK
It was fab, and were pretty so we got treated well unlike the ugly people that go ..... eerr why bother going out the house. We'll go again.
Reviewed by Nat & kel | City: Mayfair, london | Date: 9th January 2008 | Rating: Good
Paper should be renamed PRETENTIOUS. I have never been to such an over rated place in all my life. Staff are rude, ill mannered and generally not aware i think that they were working in a night club and the whole aim of a good time was not a priority, rather it was no you can't sit here, no you can't put your bag down, no you can't take your shoes off, no no no no no !!!!! to everything...except YES when taking your crdit card to pay for over priced iced drinks. Then to add insult to injury a bar mans trick ended up landing over my friends dress and cut another girls arm......no one was very bothered until my friends mentioned insurance and legal terms....all of a sudden they began to listen. The dance floor was barely free of space to move as there was no where to sit except if you were stamped with VIP...then bar staff pushed their way through the dance floor with champagne bottles and flare guns to tell the world look at me i am spending £500 on a bottle of champayne, for vips sitting around the dance floor.... It was like something from a freek show, people were stuck up, miserable and clearly the place does not get the best out of people.
Reviewed by Sarah-bibi | City: London | Date: 10th December 2007 | Rating: Bad
we went friend birthday part, dinner follow by club, dinner was ok, but club was very nice, although too many people, but fun, but my friend did not like it, so if you wish someone to come with you please email me on kamranchelsea at yahoo co uk and i will join you. Sam
Reviewed by Sam | City: London | Date: 4th December 2007 | Rating: Good
We attended paper last weekend and all thought it was such a wicked night! We all thought it was one one the best nights out we have ever had. We were all allowed to dance on the bar and were given free shots. All the staff were really nice and it was a very drunken night! I would recommened it to anyone looking for a wicked night out but expect to pay alot of money for drink.
Reviewed by Abbey, rosy, ashley | City: London | Date: 12th November 2007 | Rating: Excellent
The best night I have ever had. We were originally going to go out in Leicester Square but as we got off the tube the PR Guy for the LA Guestlist in Paper followed us off and offered us free entry to Paper and to share his booth and free drinks. I was a bit dubious as I thought it couldnt possibly be true but we went along anyway, sooooo glad we did!! Stright through the door down into the bar area, no queing. We bought our first drink as the guy went missing for a minute. We got 2 glasses of white wine, came to £8 not bad at all and my friend got a vodka, which also came to £8. so stick to wine :) ! We wer then taken over to the booth in the main room. Where bottles of vodka wer waitiung on the table and then throughout the night Magnums of Dom Perignon champagne were brought to us. Bearing in mind the only money we had spent was £16, we wer overe the moon! Brilliant club get on a guestlist!!
Reviewed by Amy | City: Liverpool | Date: 12th October 2007 | Rating: Excellent
i just spent my friday night here. we were meant to be given VIP entry and a table. after waiting forever we finally got in adn were told we had to wait for VIP. after half an hour they only let in trashy and downhill girls and we were told we wouldn't get out table unless we paid 500! on top of that the drinks were extremely overpriced and the music mediocre. also the crowd were just a bunch of posers. if you are looking for a good night GO SOMEWHERE ELSE. it is identical to the old elysium - totally rubbish
Reviewed by Mucs | City: London | Date: 19th August 2007 | Rating: Bad
It was a disaster. We put our names on the guests list online and even got confirmation. On the door after waiting about an hour under the pouring rain we been told rudely that our name was not there. I don't believe it. They didn't gave us any explanation.
Reviewed by Jenny | City: London | Date: 6th August 2007 | Rating: Bad
I had arranged for eight ladies to attend my Birthday party that I thought I was holding at Paper. I thought wrong as I was not on the guest list, the rude doorman showed me the guest list so I could find my name and it wasn't on there. I assured him that I had emailed Lin and she had confirmed that I was on the guest list, I had even got there at 9.45pm to avoid disappointment. The way I was treated by the door man was so disgusting that the bouncer at the club asked me if I was ok.
Reviewed by Do not go there!!! | City: London | Date: 25th July 2007 | Rating: Bad
wot a great night at paper club last week friday. i went there with ma friends, and i had great time. i spent some time at the restuarant; thier food was ok, and later i stayed for the night. lots of hot birds and some wannabeess as well. the doormen were not very nice but the other staff are nice, expecially the toilet staff.
Reviewed by Mark | City: Peterborough | Date: 9th July 2007 | Rating: Good
drinks average price, music was quite funky...nothing special, but was turning out 2 b a good night until we tried going VIP, rude and aggressive staff would not listen when we said we were running one of the guestlists that night and tried to charge us 500 for a table, even though we were entitled to discount because of our work, left after arguing with bouncers went straight to embassy where we know the owner as we also run guestlists there vip table at a much more refined location for 100 quid, in short alright club, good decor, but dont expect any favors from the staff!
Reviewed by J | City: Marylebone | Date: 15th June 2007 | Rating: OK
Paper used to be very good. Last year you could count on it for quick and quality service, good strong drinks, a well selected but eclectic crowd and decent to highly enjoyable music. Went back after a 5 month break to find it has gone horrifically downhill. The staff are unpleasent at the best of times, the doormen are gruff and pretentious, as was the lady at the cash desk, who attempted to charge me for entry in spite of my VIP card. The girl had ATTITUDE. The guestlist's table was ridiculously overcrowded making it impossible to dance without inflicting serious injury and the complimentary drinks we were supposed to be supplied with rarely turned up, and when they did were not sufficient to serve everyone at the table - and for the prices they charge I refused to buy my own. In a nutshell, the music isn't that great, you wont get drinks unless you sell your kidney to pay for one at the bar, the crowd tends to be populated with people pretending to be investment bankers, but obviously aren't, because frankly they can't afford to buy you a drink either and well, is just rubbish. Go to Movida or Crystal!
Reviewed by Anon. | City: London | Date: 27th May 2007 | Rating: Bad
what an overpriced waste of time. there is nothing special or exclusive about paper, the resteraunt looks like a cheap 80's wedding. the music is pretty much straight from the itunes, the drinks are so over priced and so is entry and there is nothing special about the place to compenstate. Looks of bimbo barbies who cant dance for fear of distrubance of hair and makeup and lots of guys who wore white shirts and cardigans (thought only grandpas wore those?) Not worth going to even to say yourve been once (unless someone you dont really like is paying for it)
Reviewed by Kate | City: London | Date: 14th May 2007 | Rating:
Went to Paper in March, Drinks wereexpensive!! wasn't that keen on the music. I think it is a very over rated club.
Reviewed by Jo | City: Kent | Date: 13th May 2007 | Rating: OK
Went up here with a group of my friends on 27/4/07 for a birthday. Booked on the guest list etc. We turned up and were finally admitted after a few rows with the v v v RUDE door staff and we found the club to be small dingy and the music awful! We soon left. I really wouldn't bother!
Reviewed by Jesscatt | City: Herts | Date: 2nd May 2007 | Rating: Bad
I went there last night, it was the PFA Awards after party. It was ok nothing as special as som might think. I was amazed at how small it was, it was sooo crowded you couldnt move. Meet a few famous footballers, that made my night but i dont think it is any thing special really. I would say go to Paper for the experiance but im not going to bother again. Also it was sooo over priced £9 for a malibu and lemonade!!!!
Reviewed by Roxy | City: Kent | Date: 23rd April 2007 | Rating: OK
I went to paper on saturday night and thought it was wicked!! ive been to many bars and clubs in london and essex and this is one of the best!! as we was on the guestlist didnt have to pay to get in and got free champagne by the barmen ( got a number too!) i had a really good nite, grat music, bit of everything and lovely staff! xxx
Reviewed by Carlie | City: London | Date: 16th April 2007 | Rating: Excellent
Paper was a total waste of money. Drinks are way over priced, music was rubbish - school disco comes to mind. Never going back!!!!
Reviewed by Nicki | City: London | Date: 6th April 2007 | Rating: Bad
I had a very bad experience at this nightclub. My friend chose to celebrate her birthday here and excitement ensued as we knew this establishment was an exclusive one. She had also put our names on a guestlist to ensure free entry before 11.30pm. Later on that night we would learn just how exclusive this club was! There were approx 20 ladies in our party, each of us finding our own way to the venue. All other girls' found parking easily accept my sister, friend and myself. All the other girls' in our party entered the club without question. We then arrived moments later to join the relevant guestlist queue. Mysteriously our names could not be found as the guestlist we related to the representative now did not exist! Remember the other girls in our party are already inside according to the same list so our names would have been amongst theirs. The long and short of this tale is that we were unable to enter the club, with no grounds for our refusal. We were passed from this person to that, and all we were told over the top of a clip board is that no reason has to be given for refused entry. Does this not raise ethical questions? Surely refusing entry with no grounds is a polite way of masking discrimination. If they did not like how we were dressed, or the way our hair was styled then this was not voiced. No - I suspect this runs far deeper, and any of you who have suffered this type of prejudice before will know what I am suggesting. Ludicrous - our friends got in on the same list that did not exist when we wanted to enter! Let me say now that we were in no way rude, malicious or demonstartive. I know this was a long winded account but in conclusion visiting Paper was a real wake up call for me. I realised that we are so far removed from the progress and acceptance of difference our society claims to possess. This is simply a facade to cover up a very real and tangible truth. It is a sad day that a married 27 year old woman can't go out on a Saturday night with her girlfriends because of her appearance. Thanks Paper for demonstrating that to me.
Reviewed by Carly r-herelle | City: London | Date: 18th March 2007 | Rating: Bad
me and my partner visited paper on new years eve we had a meal here first and where over the moon to get a privite booth to enjoy our meal the food was very nice the staff where lovely couldnt do enough for u we then went through to the club and i was very dissapointed it was small and dark not what i had expected the drinks where very over priced the music was all the same no variaty we did meet some lovely people and ended up going to a party with some of the bar staff the staff made the night not the place wouldnt rush back
Reviewed by Lorraine longdin | City: Northamptonshire | Date: 15th March 2007 | Rating: OK
After getting myself and my cousin on the guest list for paper on the recommendation from the man dealing with the guestlist i found myself walkin around piccadilly tryin to find the place after having to ask at another club they directed me to cafe de royal which is were paper is inside the queueing time was brief, upon entering the club you are guided downstairs to which is like a small bar with very miminal seating the drinks were average for london prices at £7 for a mixer though entry was £20 so all adds up! after a while they opened another room which was the dance floor and the seating but only for people who had paid the music was very good and definately made the night i also saw the england wags from wags boutique in there, the clientele was very young all mummy n daddy rich kids, the end to the night was good also the boucners were realy helpful & orederd us a cab to our surprise he escorted us to a chaffuer driven blacked out mercedes which juts made the night amazin!! definately will be back again!
Reviewed by Holly maxwell | City: Poole | Date: 5th February 2007 | Rating: Good
me and my friend went here for the first time on friday night it was a last minute thing but we had a brilliant night, absoultely fantastic, thought it was really classy would definately go there again. music was great. altough you have the few people who think they're better than everyone else the atmosphere was great! would recommend to anyone who don't mind splashing out on drinks but up for a brill night and a great boogie! jemma and amber xxxxxxxx
Reviewed by Jemma | City: London | Date: 27th December 2006 | Rating: Excellent
Wow wow wow - what a great night! Went with a group of friends on Saturday and danced the night away - great music, great atmosphere. Would highly recommend it to anyone who fancies a top night out - but girls - be warned - leave the killer heels at home so you can dance to your hearts content!!
Reviewed by Claire | City: Birmingham | Date: 6th November 2006 | Rating: Excellent
Went to Paper a few months ago and had an amazing night. Staff were very friendly and made you feel welcome. The food was very nice and the club was even better. Danced the night away to a fab mix of music. Would highly recommend it if you wanted a special night out.
Reviewed by Leah | City: Luton | Date: 15th October 2006 | Rating: Excellent
had a great night in paper! ended up spending alot! but was worth it!! just be careful not to get caught by the pap coming out behind a celeb looking a little worse for ware!!
Reviewed by Aimy | City: Brighton | Date: 20th August 2006 | Rating: Good
this club is 1 of the bestest. its classy but yet a down to earth club with very many intresting and handsom young felllows. its a must have in my bookls, the drinks are superb and the bar men are right up my street, the interior is fab with a very contempory look which is again my cup of tea, u must go 2 paper, right, i need my tea . bye
Reviewed by Cassie | City: London | Date: 19th August 2006 | Rating: Excellent
the best saturday night ever, it was my stag night and firstly i was about to go an strip club but my friend took to Paper and i am so glad i enjoyed all night long. the music ,atmosphere and of course the girls are the best. GUYS GO FOWARD. they wanting for you. thanks
Reviewed by Helder | City: Lisbon | Date: 31st July 2006 | Rating: Excellent
I’ve been to Paper recently and was amazed by the atmosphere it was very elegant glitzy very rich décor and glamour all the way 5 stars for me Mat xx
Reviewed by Mat | City: Kent | Date: 16th July 2006 | Rating: Excellent
I had an amazing night in the press room at a friends birthday party, door staff were all so helpful, kind and rushed us straight through the que. THE best night I've had in a long time, Saturday played lots of funky house and mash ups of older songs with the newer ones which was a fantastic idea and got the party going. Highly reccomended! xx
Reviewed by Sarah | City: London | Date: 4th June 2006 | Rating: Excellent
the best night i have ever had in this place seriously amazing if u dont go ur and idiot!anyone who says other wise ur just being stuck up!brilliant night out!everyone is down to earth and the staff are great!lovely waitresses and waitors.friendly atmosphere everything u could ask for. great range of music from everything from old school tunes to new funky house TUNES!
Reviewed by Lloyd cole | City: Cardiff | Date: 31st May 2006 | Rating: Excellent
Went for the first time last Friday and was really impressed by he place. Really cool crowd, beautiful women and not the usual London club attitude. Staff were relaxed and helpful. And I met this gorgeous girl, swapped numbers and we're up there again this week. Result!
Reviewed by Daniel | City: London | Date: 28th March 2006 | Rating: Excellent
Reviewed by Janice | City: London | Date: 13th March 2006 | Rating: Excellent
Being a serial party girl the only thing i can say that is good about this club is the beautiful Interior, other than that just an alright club. Music was pretty bad and just the general vibe and atmosphere of the place was too pretentious and self important.Entering the VIP "Press" room we expected it to be more glamerous than the cheap disco balled dance floor only to discover an incrediblily tacky room covered in newspaper and magazine covers with a bunch of odinary chav's thinking they were important by splashing out Â£1000 on a table. I did however find the staff there to be very friendly and attentive, changing your ashtray when it wasen't even used. After an unexciting night at paper, me and my friends went over to Movida which really started the night off, incredible atmopshere, good music and even better people. I would definetly recommend people go to paper at least once but have another club scheduled for later as you start to feel the tedium of going to another over hyped"mediocre" club within an hour.
Reviewed by Sadie | City: London | Date: 12th March 2006 | Rating: OK
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