When lockdown restrictions first lifted in 2020, Embassy in Peterborough reopened its doors to act as a cocktail bar - which came to an end when the 10pm curfew was announced.
However, it seems that despite the lack of curfews in 2021 those behind Embassy have decided it will stay closed until it can reopen as a club, which won't be until at least June 21, a spokesperson has stated.
He added: "We will continue to follow government guidelines and look forward to welcoming our customers back as soon as we can."
From at least May 17, indoor hospitality can resume, meaning in theory, the club could open its doors and act as a bar with table service as it did previously, but it will not be doing so until it can reopen fully as a club.
On July 4 post-lockdown, Red Room and Flares remained closed, but social distancing in place within Embassy enabled it to recommence. At the time, order and pay apps were introduced as were strict venue cleaning measures with a reduction in table numbers.
It's unclear how the three floors will look when they welcome customers back after June 21; but residents of Peterborough are already counting down until they can return to the popular club.