Mason House, situated in Argyll Street, is built amidst the vaults of the London Palladium. Its name dates back to 1737, when the majority of residents on Argyll Street were Masons. The nightclub resembles a Masonic Temple - the raw brick arches and other original features of the 5,000 ft space have been meticulously restored, to create a unique, elegant, international atmosphere.
Guests enter Mason House through a crypt, and can choose to spend their time in either the Main Club Room or the exclusive Room 33. Set out across multi-raised levels, the Main Club Room will have a black and white chequered dance floor, complete with 30 tables, offering bottle and waitress service to the 415 person capacity space. Room 33 is the alternative music room, with a secret door, operating on an invitation only basis.
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