The nightclub, which hosted glamorous parties for actresses, supermodels, and singer Beyonce, will reopen in the New Year in Wardour Street after eight years on hold for a new home base.
The original Paper was famous for the opulence of the bedrooms where guests could stay. The club closed after the Café Royal building, where its base was turned into a five-star hotel.
Paper was personified, with stunning chandeliers, black leather couches, and private booths. It was a sprawling club with a main club area, two bars, a dining room, cigar room and VIP room with many private enclaves to hide away and enjoy intimacy in one of London's celebrity haunts.
More than one million pounds is being spent on creating the new club in the basement and a ground-floor cocktail bar called Dirty Harry’s. The reopening of Paper Soho’s high-end nightclub is ideally placed to create one of central London’s most exciting new late-night venues.