The Best New Exclusive Bars in London

March 31, 2017 Capital A List – Celebrity club news

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Balans Soho Society, Clapham Common 

Balans Soho Society opened a new brasserie in Clapham Common on March the 6th and is home to one of the best new exclusive bars in London. The original venue in Soho was established three decades ago but due to high demand the Balans team have spread their wings. The highly acclaimed Art Director and Catwalk Designer, Simon Costin, who has done work for Stella McCartney, was at the helm of the interior design.
Another reason why Balans Soho Society is one of the best new exclusive bars in London is because of their belief that ‘those who are easily shocked should be shocked more often.’ Their cocktail menu certainly holds firmly to that very statement, so prepare to be shocked in a tongue tantalizing kind of way! We also certainly recommend that you give the food a go. Why not try the crab linguine or some bacorn (bacon popcorn). Definitely try it out!
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The Hyde Bar, Knightsbridge 
The Hyde Bar is undeniably one of the best new exclusive bars in London and opened on the 10th February this year in the luxurious Park Tower Hotel. The award winning hotel is located in the heart of Knightsbridge and attracts only first-class clientele. If you’re into your whisky, classic cocktails, cigars or gourmet burgers then this is the place for you.
The bar has already received a mountain of attention for its fine selection of international premium whiskies.  (130 to be precise) Some of their signature cocktails include a ‘Chocolate Old Fashioned’, ‘The Henley Fizz’ and a ‘Raspberry Collins’. If they don’t sound inviting then we don’t know what does. Once you’ve ordered your expertly prepared drink then why not take a step outside onto the Townhouse garden inspired Cigar Terrace where you can indulge in a sumptuous cigar. To top everything off, if you’re feeling a little peckish, it would be rude not to sample a luxury burger or two. The burgers which are exquisitely designed by Chef Pascal Proyart are really not to be missed. (One of the buns is even decorated in gold leaf) Now do you understand where we’re coming from when we say that The Hyde Bar is definitely one of the best new exclusive bars in London!
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The Ivy Soho Brasserie 
One of the best new exclusive bars in London is situated in The Ivy Soho Brasserie which opened on 7th February this year. The bar and restaurant really exhibit Soho’s well-known exuberance. The grand area is embellished with art celebrating Soho’s music scene and the famous poet, William Blake. The vibrant interior is beautifully juxtaposed by a sophisticated aesthetic. Meanwhile the cocktail menu follows a similar contrast, where both traditional and contemporary tipples are available to refresh the palette. When you visit be sure to tuck into some of the superb modern-day British cuisine. If you go on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday they normally have a DJ playing out some smashing tunes, so don’t miss out!
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Ralph’s Coffee & Bar, Regent Street 
On January 12th 2017, Ralph Lauren gave birth to its first ever Bar in the UK called Ralph’s Coffee & Bar. As we all know, Ralph Lauren is no stranger to high quality and class therefore I’m sure you can imagine that it’s certainly one of the best new exclusive bars in London. The bar has been inspired by New York’s Polo Bar where the likes of Woody Allen and Rihanna have been seen indulging in the delights Ralph Lauren never fails to bring.
Inside, polo sticks, hats and framed pictures adorn the dark-wood panelled walls. Why not pull up a saddle-leathered stool at the brass-topped bar and order yourself a crispy and fruity wine while you wait for your oysters on ice to arrive. So what are you waiting for? Come to this new exclusive bar for high-end after-work drinks and live the luxury!
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Disrepute, Soho 
Disrepute opened on 15th December in the bustling area of Soho, making it one of the best new exclusive bars in London as it includes exclusive and luxurious offers to its members. The bar stands where the well-known Kingly Club used be – a scandalous club where only the rich and famous partied in the 60s, including Audrey Hepburn. There is no mistake why Disrepute mixes our capital’s cocktail culture with 1960s counterculture.
The cocktail list is like no other, complete with individual anecdotal descriptions to aid customers with their drink selection on more of an emotional level. The decor is sleek and stylish: think marble floors, brass accents and jewel-coloured furniture. If you want to impress, Disrepute is the one.
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Swift, Soho
Another addition to our Best New Exclusive Bars in London collection is a luxurious bar called Swift. This fancy new haunt in Soho was established in December 2016 by the creators of Oriole and Nightjar. Swift is even made up of two astonishing bars which perfectly compliment each other.
The casual upstairs bar is bright, breezy and a slightly Italiano. The cocktails certainly compliment the atmosphere such as the Sgroppino which is a frothy Prosecco based delight with citrus sorbet floating like an irresistible iceberg on the surface. The the bar snack upstairs is just wonderful if your a bit peckish. On the other hand, the dimly-lighted downstairs bar is more suited for the romantic. It really shows ambiance and sophistication. You will find the drink selection is more varied and there is even a live pianist on weekends who really helps you ease into the night.
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Kitty Hawk, South Place 
After a multi-million pound investment, Kitty Hawk opened its doors on November 17th in South Place. Home to one of the best new exclusive bars in London, Kitty Hawk has been described as a ‘Department store for dining’. The Wright & Bell group have provided a dining, drinking and retail experience all under one roof. For those of you who wish to have a bit more seclusion there’s even a private dining room where you can have artisanal cuisine and cocktails sent over to your table by the attentive bar and restaurant staff. The striking Kitty Hawk interior was curated by the Russell Sage Studio and includes exposed polished timber and hand-stitched leather furniture. There are only so many words we can say to describe this place, so we definitely recommend you go and see it for yourself!

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Luxury VIP Concierge Services In London

March 1, 2017 Capital A List – Celebrity club news

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London Club Table Prices

February 10, 2017 Capital A List – Celebrity club news

London club table prices

Capital A List provides a table booking service for all London’s top clubs. For more information and quotes please visit Capital A List VIP Table Bookings or call us on 0207 2052245.



London has a lot to offer when it comes to the night life industry whether your looking to be on a guest list or trying to find out London club table prices. There is so much to offer when it comes to service. So lets see which category you fall into when it comes to the various different types of table booking clients:

Category 1: The avid club table guru – This person is highly experienced who knows the promoters and requests for his/her ‘usual’ London club table area.
Category 2 – The club table rookie – Someone who has dabbled in the kingdom of London club table luxury a handful of times but secretly wishes (s)he knew a few more tricks of the trade to get the most of the night.
Category 3 – The club table virgin – If you fall into this category you’re probably already muttering under your breath, ”London club table..?”
Whatever category you fall into don’t worry you’re going to learn a trick or two about London club table prices and why it’s definitely the best service option to use when it comes to the best service experience at exclusive clubs.
Perhaps you went to a London club last weekend and had a great time but you thought to yourself how come some groups are in their own exclusive area with their own private tables. They seemed to be having an even better time than me with drinks and sparklers all night round. Why is that I am not allowed to sit there and enjoy all the fun? Don’t worry that’s what we are all about and informing you on how to make the best of your evening as London club table prices aren’t always so daunting as you might think.
So why should you be booking London club tables instead of being on a guest list?
Firstly, you’re guaranteed entry which is such a relief when your looking forward to a great night out with friends.
Secondly, you get to skip the queue which means you have more time to get ready and less time to stress about waiting in line hoping to get in before a certain time. London club table prices aren’t exactly low-cost but if booking a table it’s going to minimize the chances of an intoxicated or not so appropriate person burning their poorly rolled cigarette on your sharpest shirt or designer dress. You then might as well go ahead and book a table to get the best out of your night.
Thirdly, you’re going to get way more privacy. If you’re going to the effort of planning a top night out, you might as well spend bit more and book a table. High-end clubs tend to be crowded particularly on weekends. Therefore if you look up the right London club table prices and book yourself the perfect table then you’re sure to relax and top up your glass every time you come back from partying on the dance floor!
Fourthly, you won’t have to fight your way to the front of the bar every time you want a drink. With table bookings the service is incredible as your drinks are already cold and chilled in an ice bucket with mixers on your table. With everything all sorted in advance you should be getting really tempted now!
Finally, although London club table prices can be a bit off putting from time to time due to the expense of them. It can actually work out cheaper if you book a table as opposed to buying cocktail after cocktail at the bar. This is because there’s often an increased mark-up for individual drinks at the bar and you’ll tend to receive a bunch of complimentary mixers at a private table too. So there’s something to think about.
London club table prices
You may be thinking: ”London club table prices are really expensive”. So here’s a scenario to make you really see the advantages of booking one. Perhaps it’s your friend’s birthday and you want to book a table at a high-end London club having just received your pay check. So what did you do instead? You’ve possibly already spent that hard-earned cash on that expensive magnum of Dom Pérignon champagne and then had a three course meal at a Michelin star restaurant.. Whereas you could have had a spectacular night booking a table at a top club and making your friends birthday nights one of the best! Don’t worry, although London club table prices aren’t really cheap as such, we’ve got a bunch of tips for you to get the prices down as low as they’ll possibly go.
Tip 1 – If you’re trying to save money don’t get lured in by the London club VIP tables:
Although you may like to be treated like absolute royalty from time to time perhaps it’s time to take a small step down from King/Queen Clubber to Prince/Princess Clubber. Although you may be tempted by the extra perks of a VIP table there can definitely be a hefty price tag attached to it. As VIP London club table prices are generally twice the price of your standard London club table prices. If you were tempted by that expensive magnum of champagne and three course meal then do yourself a favour, be wise, think twice and book a standard London club table. There are still lots of benefits though. Having said that, if you can afford to spend a bit extra on a VIP London club table prices then that’s great. We will discuss that bit later on.
Tip 2 – Don’t be afraid to scout around for a £500 table:
There’s no harm in asking if there are any clubs currently offering a table for a minimum of £500. Your getting a great deal if the club is accepting £500 a table for 5 people. So let’s get the calculator out. If you split the price between 5 then that’s only £100 per person. That’s really cheap for London club tables prices!
Tip 3 – Mix it up.
We’re not talking about giving your cocktail a stir, we’re talking about mixing your group up with guys and girls. As an all guys table is always going to be more expensive than a mixed group. London club table prices for an all male group typically comes to £200/head. So if you want to put the the price down at the same time as adding a bit of spice to your group then book on with a mixed group. London club table prices for a mixed group normally adds up to £100/head. However, if you’re an all girl group then London club table prices usually range from £50-£100/head! 
Another thing to bear in mind is that London club table prices include the drinks in the minimum spend so don’t think you’ll have to pay an additional sum for your vodka and champagne as well. At this point perhaps you’re still thinking that you don’t really have a budget and London club tables prices don’t scare you as you’re willing to splurge out so that you’re guaranteed the best night of your life! Well if that’s the case then welcome to the luxurious world of London’s VIP tables.
As well as all the previously mentioned benefits of booking a table you’re going to be treated like royalty. And rightly so, if you’re going for the steeper London club table prices. Your favourite drinks will be attentively topped up by the amazing VIP staff. You’ll have the best seats in the house; the best tables tend to be right by the DJ booth, so you’re going to be partying all night long – 100% guaranteed! When celebrities are in town there’s no doubt they’ll be hanging out right next to you. So if you want to be treated like a celebrity while mixing with them then VIP tables are a must. You’ll be getting lots of attention all night long with only the best in-house service that the club can offer! One thing is for certain though, VIP London club table prices can be a little steep. The most expensive tables are at The Box, starting at £2-5K minimum spend for 5 people but with all the exclusive benefits and first class service you’ll definitely get what you pay for! So whether you’re a club table virgin, rookie or guru; we hope you now have a more rounded insight into London club table prices and are eager to enter the exclusive world of London club tables.
We offer a fantastic range of London club table prices at various exclusive clubs around Mayfair and Chelsea so why not book your next table with us today!


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The Best Members Clubs in London

January 26, 2017 Capital A List – Celebrity club news

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The best members’ clubs in London comprise some of the most exclusive and well-renowned locations in the entire world. Many of these members’ clubs have an abundance of historical significance. It’s no wonder, therefore, why access to London’s best members’ clubs is highly sought after. 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 members 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 gruelling 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.

Here are the best members clubs in London…

Home House - The best members clubs in London

Home House

Home House is undoubtedly one of the best members’ clubs in London, offering a sophisticated place for its members to work, network and socialise. There are multiple bars, restaurants, a garden, a boardroom, a gym, a steam room, a sauna and hotel rooms within the grand venue located in Marylebone.

The food at Home House is also fantastic, with different menus offered in each area designated for dining. The drawing rooms serve breakfasts, light suppers and lounge-style food. The main restaurant serves modern European cuisine.

Famous for its social events, Home House holds numerous member events throughout the year. These are held inside and outside in the garden area. You can also hire private rooms within the venue for events such as weddings, business meetings and press launches. If the social aspect of the club most appeals to you, they have a social membership with weekend access and weekday access after 6 pm, in addition to the standard membership options available. Membership can be obtained by application, ideally with a recommendation from a current member.

Home House Address: 20 Portman Square, Marylebone, London W1H 6LW

Home House Membership Price: £1940 per year + £299 joining fee

Ten Trinity Square

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 (featuring a collection of cigars from rare vintage Havanas to Montecristos and Cohibas), meeting rooms, and 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.

The cuisine at Ten Trinity Square is well renowned, with multi-Michelin Star head chef Anne Sophie Pic in charge of the food, and the partnership with Chateau Latour, meaning the wine cellar is second to none. And following such an exquisite meal, what better way to relax than in their spa, which features an indoor lap pool, vitality pool, steam and sauna rooms, as well as luxurious body treatments, facials, manicures and pedicures, and a special Hammam suite.

Ten Trinity Square Address: 10 Trinity Square, Tower, London EC3N 4AJ

Ten Trinity Square Membership Price: £3000 per year

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, 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 specialising 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 private members, such as a separate dining area, an outdoor terrace and a whole other bar.

Members are regularly invited to cultural members-only events. These include music performances, networking events, exhibitions and inspirational talks. Members can use the club to host business meetings, enjoy dinner with family and friends or for an afternoon cocktail on the terrace. This members club especially comes alive at night with music and special performances.

Coya Members Lounge Address: 118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NW

South Kensington Club

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 well-being, and members get access to a spa, gym and many other health-related resources, including yoga classes and massage sessions. Also present are private banya cabins and treatment rooms. There is ample space for business meetings and a huge social aspect of the club with a newly designed bar. The superb restaurant here serves a healthy breakfast, brunch and lunch menu daily. Using locally-sourced produce with many plant-based options designed to complement a healthy lifestyle.

The South Kensington Club is not a small venue, comprising 25,000 square feet with various floors, each with unique areas. The restaurant on the ground floor leads up to the first-floor sitting rooms divided into social and workspaces with bar and table service. The Voyager room next door is designed to inspire and features a huge range of inspirational books, maps and board games. It is also the setting of many member events.

South Kensington Club Address: 42 Harrington Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 3ND

South Kensington Club Membership Price: £3200 per year + £500 joining fee

The Groucho Club

The Groucho Club is a private members club located in Soho that is well known for attracting a creative clientele. Members come from industries including entertainment, music, media and the arts. It is well known to be one of the best members clubs in London for people in those industries.

The club consists of lounge areas and restaurant areas set over several floors. There are also hotel rooms available to book within the club. One aspect of the Groucho Club’s decor that is noteworthy is the abundance of contemporary artwork that can be found on the walls throughout the venue. It is also famous for having several well-known celebrity members.

The Groucho Club distinguishes itself from other London private members’ clubs by offering a unpretentious place and full of personality. It’s certainly not for the corporate crowd.

The Groucho Club Address: 45 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 4QB

The Groucho Club Membership Price: £950 per year + £250 joining fee

Tramp - The best members clubs in London


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’ clubs in London.

Tramp aims for a home away from home vibe while boasting a raucous fun atmosphere and has fast become London’s favourite place to misbehave. While its restaurant and bar areas are always buzzing with high-end clientele, the weekends are especially vibrant, with Tramp’s members and guests turning the ground floor into an exclusive party which you’d certainly not want to miss out on.

Tramp Address: 40 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6DN

Tramp Membership Price: £1000 per year

Albert's - The best members clubs in London


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 he served at the bar. The interior design at Albert’s is made up of various British features that add 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.

Albert’s is now located in Beaufort House and more extravagant than ever, boasting a larger space over three floors – the restaurant, 2 bars, the nightclub and the dining room. It maintains its distinctive atmosphere of quintessential English charm merged with lively inflexions of Italian passion. On a visit, you’re sure to rub shoulders with the who’s who of London’s social scene at one of the best members clubs in London.

Albert’s Address: 354 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5UZ

Albert’s Membership Price: £650 per year + £250 joining fee

Shoreditch House

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, a variety of bars, a gym, a flywheel studio, a barber and parlour, ping pong, a rooftop pool and gardens. At this venue, you can do anything from spending the evening in one of Shoreditch House’s 26 rooms or pampering 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.

This members club features two restaurants. The informal 5th floor offers a host of comforting dinner classics which suits the squishy sofas and low tables. The more formal Rooftop provides a more Mediterranean-inspired dinner menu. Breakfast can also be taken in either restaurant. The panoramic views from the Rooftop are an incredibly inspiring way to start the day. Sunday night is one of the most infamous nights in the bars and restaurants at Shoreditch House, while many members can be seen chilling out in the library enjoying a movie.

Shoreditch House Address: Ebor St, Shoreditch, London E1 6AW

Shoreditch House Membership Price: £900 per year + £200 joining fee

The Arts Club - The best members clubs in London

The Arts Club

Founded in 1863, this venue’s members have 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 club’s art Collection displayed on its walls, The Arts Club is truly one of the best members clubs in London.

There are 16 rooms and suites to be found on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors, which are available to members and their guests. The rooms boast bespoke Portuguese furniture and velvet and cashmere wall panels. The 4 restaurants are as extravagant as you’d expect, including the second-floor sushi restaurant and ground-floor brasserie. The member lounges are the centrepiece of The Arts Club, with regular live musical performances. The Arts Club aims its membership at those involved predominantly in the arts, providing an unmatched forum and meeting place for members.

The Arts Club Address: 40 Dover St, Mayfair, London W1S 4NP

The Arts Club Membership Price: £2500 per year + £2000 joining fee



Blacks Members Club Soho is one of London’s oldest Private Members Clubs. Black’s was built in 1732 by the apprentice of Christopher Wren and is rich with British Culture whilst still upholding the exclusivity it has always displayed, acting as a refuge from the outside world. It was brought back to London in 2014 by current owner Ben Goldman, and the Georgian Heritage is still prominent throughout this Private Members Club. It features a highly-rated restaurant and different floors with various bar and lounge areas.

Blacks Club is a top choice for an escape from city living as one of the best Members Clubs in London. It provides ample space for members to relax, unwind, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of this magnificent building. Upon relaunch, Blacks introduced a Supper Club, which features London’s up-and-coming chefs and even street food operators, making the range of food on offer at this private members club second to none.

Black’s Address: 67 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 4QH

Black’s Membership Price: £595 per year + £250 joining fee

The Ned

The luxurious Ned Hotel is a place for members to work, exercise, connect, eat, drink, and sleep. The building used to be the Midland Bank headquarters, and today it hosts a beautifully designed space. The space is enormous, with ten restaurants and 250 bedrooms, and members can feel at home spending weeks on end. You can indulge in the spa, gym, and rooftop pool, all while networking or simply spending time with other members. The Ned first opened its doors in 2017, and it is one of the best members clubs in London. 

In the bank’s original vault, find a late-night bar that leads to a basement lounge. Some restaurants and bars are open to the general public, but members get exclusive access to some of the best venues. The 1920s inspired the rooms, and the design takes you on a journey through time. The classic decor blends with modern amenities to create an experience like no other. Vintage pieces and rich patterns decorate the place, and rain showers allow ideal relaxation after a long day. 

The Ned’s Address: 27 Poultry, London, EC2R 8AJ

The Ned’s  Membership Price: £1500 per year + £250 joining fee

The Pavilion Club

The Pavilion Club was founded in 2002 and is known to be one of London’s best private member clubs. It offers a wide range of facilities and amenities, and here members have access to the City,  Knightsbridge and Kensington clubs — a package deal.  

At the City, unwind on the rooftop terrace and get panoramic views of some of London’s most famous landmarks, like St Paul’s Cathedral and The Shard. It is the perfect place for large meetings, where you get to host and attend parties, network, and enjoy the luxury and exclusivity of the place. Kensington is better for business meetings, where there are lounges and private rooms for meetings. 

The Knightsbridge club faces Hyde Park, and here you can get private work booths, perfect for those who need to focus and get work done. The events calendar is impressive, and there are always parties and live music concerts to attend. The Pavilion is a membership that allows you to access different places and make the most out of each, networking and having a good time with other members. 

The Pavilion’s Address: Cannon Green, 27 Bush Lane, London,  EC4R 0AA

The Pavilion’s  Membership Price: £185 per month + £250 joining fee

The Conduit

The Conduit is a member club in London made for changemakers and entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs, civil society leaders, activists and policymakers gathered here to change the world. According to them, The Conduit “is a collaborative community of people committed to creating a just, prosperous and sustainable future.” There is no better place to connect with people who want to create a positive and sustainable impact. With members from all over the world, The Conduit helps you nourish long-lasting friendships. 

Aside from networking, you can also enjoy various perks as a member.  Enjoy the restaurant’s food and indulge in dishes prepared with sustainable ingredients. They source products from small-scale, local producers, vouching for sustainability and regional impact. Attend over 150 events focused on networking, community building, leadership development, and well-being. Discuss and discover solutions for world problems, and expand your mind beyond imagination. 

There is always a clean and fully-equipped environment for small-scale companies, freelancers and individual workers. Make use of the club’s workspaces, which accommodate all working styles. Collaborate with like-minded individuals and discover new passions and ways to improve the world. 

The Conduit’s Address:6 Langley St, London WC2H 9JA,

The Conduit’s Membership Price: £1200 per year + £500 joining fee

Home Grown

Home Grown is a member’s club perfect for those who want to network and explore the business side of joining a club. Inside a five-storey Georgian townhouse, this is one of the best members’ clubs in London and one of the top ones for unlocking your business potential. Most events here are designed for networking, and the luxurious settings welcome all business-related interactions between members. 

The 35 boutique rooms inside Home Grown are ideal for those who want to spend the night. There is a wide range of room sizes and styles to pick from, and a night of relaxation is guaranteed. The wellness programs and amenities are also great, and here you can enjoy yoga brunches and participate in meditation sessions in the morning. 

Home Grown is a community of over 4,500 professionals, both entrepreneurs and investors, who want to take off in the business world. As a member, you gain access to intimate dinners, business seminars, and breakfast briefings that are perfect for connectivity. 

Home Grown’s Address: 44 Great Cumberland Pl, London W1H 7BS

Home Grown’s Membership Price: £2000 per year + £399 joining fee

Soho House

Soho House is one of the best members’ clubs in London. It started in 1995, and since then, it has been connecting young people. The founder of the place, Nick Jones, was the owner of the Café Boheme restaurant, which stands on the first floor. After being offered the townhouse above, Jones turned it into something special: a private club for regular artists and actors at his restaurant. 

A couple of decades later, Soho House became what it is today: an institution of good food and drinks and unique and artistic people. Inside a Georgian house in Soho, the first of many Soho Houses was born. Today, they have units in Notting Hill, Berlin, New York, and some other elegant locations. 

As a member, explore the international and mouth-watering restaurants of the club. Make use of studio spaces with screenings and artistic pop-ups. Host your private events in dining rooms, gardens, bars and ballrooms. Find quiet and calm spaces to get work done and network. Buy vintage, unique furniture at Soho Home and decorate your apartment. The possibilities are endless. 

Soho House Address: 40 Greek Street, Soho, London

Soho House Membership Price: £875 per month + £250 joining fee

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All-Inclusive Nightclubs in London

November 15, 2016 Capital A List – Celebrity club news




With a growing number of exclusive establishments opening all-inclusive nightclubs in London it’s taking the night scene by storm and people’s needs are finally being answered. Just Imagine this all too common scenario: You’re out with your friends on a Friday night, you’ve just finished dinner and your enjoying the atmosphere but you have to leave. You get to the club and you all queue up. Then after 30 minutes you get in, pay entry, and sort out the cloakroom before getting your drinks and going to the dance floor. But wouldn’t it be so much easier if there was a place that had everything under one roof?

The reason these all-inclusive night clubs have been so successful is because it has gotten rid of all the hassles you would have normally had to deal with just to get into a club. Having to leave the nice cosy restaurant and organise travel arrangements can be a thing of the past as booking a table for dinner also guarantees entry, so no need to fear rejection at the door. No more waiting outside in the cold anymore, and you can say goodbye to paying those entry fees too.

People want places that cater for everything you would want for a great night out. They don’t want to disrupt the fun and have to shuffle to other locations all night. It’s time consuming and annoying, and you don’t want to have to hop from restaurant to bar to club as most have to do. According to the founder of Bunga Bunga, Charlie Gilkes, “London’s developed a real bar scene, and people have started to wonder why they’re going to a club, and paying to get in when actually they’d rather carry on sitting and talking.”

It’s also partly thanks to the 2003 Licensing Act that’s it’s been made possible. It’s notoriously difficult for clubs to get a license for alcohol let alone extending the closing times. But according to Gilkes “it’s easier to get a licence for places that serve food as well as booze.” So some clubs have been getting around the loophole by classifying themselves as a restaurant, bar and club combo. Meaning they can serve food and alcohol with ease whilst having longer opening hours.

And the emergence of more all-inclusive night clubs opening is vital as it contributes to the already soon to be booming 24hr economy. A study by London First found that the capital’s night-time businesses contributed up to “£26.3bn to the UK economy in 2014”, and is forecasted to rise by “£2bn by 2029”. And its not just down to residents and city workers. Of all the “31.5 million who visited in 2015 ,18.6 million were from overseas – spending £15 billion”. As well as customers contributing, the night-time industry also “responsible for 1.26 million jobs”. With the night tube also being rolled out this will help all-inclusive clubs and London night life with providing easy transport home for all the early morning party-goers.

These all-inclusive night clubs such as MNKY HSE, Coya & Sumosan Twiga are being enjoyed by celebrities and the social elites alike. With some of them being open to all or being Members-Only Clubs with a pricey annual fee.
But that’s not all, there are some all-inclusive night clubs such as Cirque Le Soir that are also offering live entertainment and performers to keep the party going all night. It’s all been done extremely tastefully. Putting a restaurant and nightclub may seem like a bit of a mess to organize but it becomes a perfect blend and the transitions are hardly noticeable at all. Some clubs either have separate areas for dining and dancing and a lounge area where it’s quieter so you can sit and talk all night long if you wish. Some also seamlessly alter the mood by moving the tables away and transforming the main room into a dance area.

And these all-inclusive night clubs seem to be trying their best by providing the best such as bringing in world class DJ’s and Michelin starred Chefs, so competition is high. Other clubs focus their establishment on a theme, which is also very popular. Walk into Kensington Roof Gardens and you’re transported to a tropical garden scenery and Bodo’s Schloss will make you feel like you are ready to relax at the ski lodge after a long day on the Swiss Alps. They all have very specific and unique characters that continue to be a favourite with Londoners that are looking for something different. It’s also a great form of escapism when you’ve had a stressful day at work. So who wouldn’t want to go somewhere that would help forget your troubles for a night?

And we can also vouch for its popularity as we have previously hosted our exclusive Members Parties at Bodo’s Schloss with dinners, drinks and karaoke and even sushi dinners at DSTRKT in Piccadilly.

These all-inclusive night clubs will certainly be making nights out more enjoyable and an unforgettable experience for anyone who wants the best they can get. And there’s no doubt that there will be more all-inclusive night clubs appearing that will provide even more different types of entertainment from theatre to interactive art, as Gilkes predicts. “People always want more. They want something they can share on social media that’s different to the cookie-cutter, copycat norm.”

This is a trend that is here to last and we look forward to seeing more fun and exciting all-inclusive night clubs opening up in the future.

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