The Best Members Clubs in London

 

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The city’s nightlife has to be one of the most eclectic in the world from the high-end nightclubs of Chelsea and Mayfair to the best members clubs in London. These exclusive member clubs have popped up across London offering fantastic services and benefits to only their members. Many venues can be hard to get into however the best member clubs in London take it one step further with a no membership no admittance policy. Even gaining membership is a grueling task with many of the best members clubs in London requiring a current member to request the membership form for you and a committee having to approve your application. Below are only some of the best members clubs in London and you will find gaining access to these members clubs is well worth the trouble.

Ten Trinity Square - The best members clubs in London

Ten Trinity Square

Ten Trinity Square is one of the best members clubs in London. This exclusive members club was formed by a partnership with Chateau Latour and Reignwood. Within the club you will find private dining rooms, two restaurants, a cigar lounge, meeting rooms, a bar and billiards room. Keeping intact the hand carved walnut panelling and high ornate ceilings of the executive offices and boardrooms of the original building the interior reflects the luxury associated with the members club. Many international business leaders use the venue as a location to share ideas and hold important meetings.

Coya Members Lounge - The best members clubs in London

Coya Members Lounge

Arjun Waney the owner of Suma, Le Petite Maison and The Arts Club now brings you Coya Members Lounge which is one of the best members clubs in London. Embodying Peruvian spirit this venue brings a taste of South American culture and food to Mayfair. Coya stays true to its Peruvian theme from the interior design to the pisco bar that specializes in different versions of the Peruvian cocktail. Head Chef Sanjay Dwivedi runs three open kitchens in the members club. Many of the amenities are reserved for the private members such as separate dining area, an outdoor terrace and a whole other bar.

South Kensington Club - The best members clubs in London

South Kensington Club

South Kensington Club is one of the most unique and innovative members clubs in London. Located on the prestigious Harrington Road near to the South Kensington underground station, this members club is set in a Georgian townhouse and was home once to Ronnie Wood’s Harrington Club. There is an overriding theme of health and wellbeing, and members get access to a spa, gym and many other health related resources including yoga classes and massage sessions. There is ample space for business meetings as well as a huge social aspect of the club with a newly designed bar and a superb restaurant.

Tramp - The best members clubs in London

Tramp

Famous as one of the best members clubs in London, Tramp has served many celebrities in its fifty years of existence. Originally founded by Johnny Gold in 1969 this exclusive nightclub has been host to many stories involving its star studded clientele as detailed in Tramp’s Gold, a book written by the owner about the club. Peter Sellers, Joan Collins, Liza Minelli and Ringo Starr have all had wedding receptions at this members club. The rich history of this London venue immortalizes it as one of the best members club in London.

Annabel's - The best members clubs in London

Annabel’s

As one of England’s first member only nightclubs Annabel’s is considered one of the best members clubs in London. Once heading through the understated door in Berkeley Square, its members can unwind and enjoy one of their delicious cocktails while enjoying the artwork in the bar. Having opened in 1963 by Mark Birley, Annabel’s has hosted celebrities like Frank Sinatra, HM the Queen, Richard Nixon, Ella Fitzgerald, Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Jack Nicholson and The Rolling Stones.

5 Hertford Street - The best members clubs in London

5 Hertford Street

Behind an inconspicuous maroon door in Shepherds Market lies one of the best members clubs in London. 5 Hertford Street is an 18th century town house that includes two restaurants, three bars, a cinema room and the exclusive nightclub LouLou’s. Having A-list celebrities, royals and business tycoons as their clientele this members club has garnered a lot of attention for the short two years they have been opened.

Albert's - The best members clubs in London

Albert’s

This is a Chelsea members club inspired by Prince Albert’s life with his love letters to Queen Victoria on display as well as whisky as old as him served at the bar. The interior design at Albert’s is made up of a variety of British features which add up to a classic feel with a modern twist. The walls are clad with Colefax and Fowler wallpaper and the bar is made of beautiful mahogany. Alessio Piras has created the traditional and indulgent menu served in Albert’s private dining rooms. On a visit you’re sure to rub shoulders with the who’s who of London’ social scene at one of the best members clubs in London.

Shoreditch House - The best members clubs in London

Shoreditch House

Located in the heart of East London this venue has served as an ideal spot for a night out for the local creative industries. This four level club features a restaurant, variety of bars, a gym, flywheel studio, barber and parlour, ping pong, rooftop pool and gardens. At this venue you can do anything from spending the evening in one of Shoreditch House’s 26 rooms or pamper yourself with an organic and natural treatment from the neighbouring Cowshed Relax Spa. With an ‘Every House’ membership you can enjoy Shoreditch House as well as other best members clubs in London.

The Arts Club - The best members clubs in London

The Arts Club

Founded in 1863 this venue’s members has included Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, Charles Halle, Auguste Rodin, and Frederic Leighton as well as other prominent figures in the world of art, literature and science. The Arts Club reopened in 2011 after a complete renovation and is now a space for those in the creative world to wine and dine whilst exchanging ideas. The Arts Club offers its guests lounge areas, restaurants, bars, private dining rooms and more. With its sleek and elegant interior design and the clubs art Collection displayed on its walls; The Arts Club is truly one of the best members clubs in London.

Morton's - The best members clubs in London

Morton’s

Mortons is set over four levels, with a modern, stat-of-the-art nightclub on the lowest level, the gorgeous bar area on the ground level overlooking Berkeley Square and restaurant areas, with their lofty ceilings and large French door, on the top two floors. This London members club famously houses an incredible selection of contemporary and modern artwork throughout the building. Morton’s is a Grade II listed building, having been built in 1823 and was at one time even the private residence of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Also, it was here that the Bentley brothers spent most of their 1920s.

The Court Soho - The best members clubs in London

The Court Soho

The Court is former music venue Bag O’ Nails, where Jimi Hexrix played his first UK gig and Paul and Linda McCartney met, and as well as being one of the best members clubs in London also continues to play host to live music performances as well as other exclusive events, including a combination of acts and guest DJ’s. There is a restaurant area in front of the stage and the slick, semi-circular bar is one of the most prominent features of this intimate members club. Famous for its incredible cocktails from world famous mixologists, The Court Soho is a welcome modern revamp of its classic former venue.

 

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