The Best Private Members Clubs In London
Private members clubs are a bit like really good relationships.
Actually no, they’re a lot like really good relationships.
Scrap that, they’re exactly like really good relationships.
Shoreditch House | Located in a converted East London tea warehouse, Shoreditch House is the proud parent of two dining rooms, a gym, steam room, sauna, restaurant, bar, rooftop pool and garden, backyard BBQ and the top three tiers of London’s creative industry. | Ebor St, Shoreditch, E1 6AW
Soho House | Part of the same group as Shoreditch House, Soho House touts just about all of its siblings assets. Plus a cinema. Minus a rooftop pool. | Greek St, Soho, W1D 4EB
Milk and Honey | You’ve been missing out. Missing out on taking friends to recline in leather armchairs – drinks in hand, Mad Men-style – in front of roaring log fires until 3am. Which is a shame, because we hate it when you miss out. | Poland St, Soho, W1F 7NU
Century | Discreetly hidden behind a door on Shaftesbury Avenue, Century private member’s club boasts five floors of facilities including a cocktail lounge, two restaurants, a screening room, live stages, and Soho’s largest roof terrace. | Shaftesbury Ave, Soho, W1D 6LQ
Eight Private Members Club | Dark and moody underground drinking den or bright, open birds-eye view terrace? Or both. | Dysart St, Shoreditch, EC2A 2BX
The Roof Gardens | Take a walk on the wild side of Kensington. Literally. Touted as ‘London’s only rooftop private member’s club’ The Roof Gardens are an opulent night faring concoction of intermingling gardens and party animals – like ducks, fish and flamingos. | Kensington High Street, Kensington, W8 5SA
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