“Hong Kong’s biggest nightclub” the Beijing Club has closed its doors after eight years in business.

The party venue in Lan Kwai Fong was shut down on Tuesday after management was unable to turn around losses around this year, said parent company Magnum Entertainment Group.

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The Bejing Club. Photo: hkclubbing.com

“In light of the loss-making performance of Beijing Club notwithstanding management’s effort to turn around the business, to focus available resources on the other clubs of the Group and to save future rental expenses, the board of directors of the Company announces that the Group will not seek to renew the tenancy for the premises of Beijing Club upon its expiry and has closed down Beijing Club with effect from 15 September 2015,” the announcement read.

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The club’s lease will expire in February 2016. The company said it will use the rest of the tenancy period to reinstate and vacate the premise.

Located in Wellington Plaza, Wellington Street, the Beijing Club boasted 12,000 square feet of floorspace across three glittering storeys. It is often called the city’s “biggest club.”


The premise was popular among party goers who revelled in its extravagant interior. According to hkclubbing.com, the club was decorated with “imported materials form Italy, France and Spain.”

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A glittery washroom inside the club. Photo: hkclubbing.com

“Most breathtaking are the Austrian Crystals that drape elegantly amongst the ceilings reflecting the bold hues of the dynamic LED arrangements,” a description of Beijing Club on the website says.

Vivienne Zeng is a journalist from China with three years' experience covering Hong Kong and mainland affairs. She has an MA in journalism from the University of Hong Kong. Her work has been featured on outlets such as Al Jazeera+ and MSNBC.