We ♥ #RustyNail

After a successful party at the beginning of the month at the Whisky Mist, I had started following their Facebook page and couldn’t understand why they were mentioning “Rusty Nail” instead of Whisky Mist

I can now share the answer with you: these are 2 different clubs – or rooms – reunited under 1 roof, the Hilton Park Lane. The difference is that the Rusty Nail is the “creme de la creme” of the VIP clubs in London: smaller, more exclusive, an “accomplished” and “creative” crowd and better music too!

The Whisky Mist side has a larger room and plays more “commercial” music. Both of them opened recently and both clubs are amazing in terms of personalised service, interior design and atmosphere.

You’ll have a perfect glam London style night out in both – it all depends of your budget I guess 😉

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Girls night out in London, Rusty Nail

We had a very lively and fun dinner party at Margaux’s place in Chelsea, and before we knew it, it was already time to jump in an Uber cab and head to the Rusty Nail!

We arrived around 11:30PM and got served with some vodka to start off the night 🙂

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We then saw a big heavy Wolf filled with a red blood-looking drink in it, arrive at our table, which certainly made the boys happy and scared us girls off a little :p

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Thanks DJ for making us dance on some cool disco remixed hits 😀

And thanks to the #RustyNail crew for  taking such a good care of us – This night was one for the books !

DJ at Rusty Nail London
DJ !

For booking enquiries, email reservations@whiskymist.com
*Sorry they’re open*

PS: you never know who you might bump into, Drake, Leona Lewis,  Colton Haynes – Teen Wolf, ARROW, Ashley Charles – The White Queen, Vampire Academy

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One comment

  1. […] closed surprisingly…). The club itself is quite small and can only welcome 150 people. Small clubs are cool though. You get to see the same people during the whole evening, you see the same faces […]

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