London's top private members’ clubs


Prince Albert's legacy provides the key inspiration here with his original love letters to Queen Victoria on display, and a whisky from both the year of Albert's birth and death (1819-1861) available at the bar. Albert's interior is littered with eccentric British hallmarks, which offer a contemporary yet classic design, from the mahogany-clad whisky and martini bar to the Balmoral tartan staircase and vibrant wallpapers by Colefax and Fowler. Albert's has a traditional and indulgent menu, created by renowned fine-dining chef Alessio Piras, which perfectly complements the surroundings and can be enjoyed in Albert's elegant private dining room. With an established committee (including Quintessentially co- founder Ben Elliot), uniting the worlds of fashion, film and food, visitors can expect to rub shoulders with the cream of London's social scene.

92b Old Brompton Rd, Kensington, London SW7 3LQ

5 Hertford Street

Behind an unmarked maroon door, in the heart of Shepherd Market, lies a haven of exclusive luxury. The 18th century townhouse that is 5 Hertford Street boasts two restaurants, three bars, a cinema room, and the glamorous nightclub LouLou's. In the two short years since its opening, the club has become a coveted nightspot and has been frequented by royals, business tycoons and A-list celebrities. Founded by Robin Birley, who inherited his father's elegant club Annabel's, it is no surprise 5 Hertford Street has quickly become the ‘place to be’ in London.

2-5 Hertford St, Mayfair, London W1J 7RB

Shoreditch House

Sitting in the heart of East London is Shoreditch House, a hub for the local creative industries, and the ideal spot for a night out. Opening in the summer of 2007, the four-level club features several bars, a restaurant, a gymnasium and flywheel studio, a barber and grooming parlour, ping pong, a rooftop pool and gardens. Treat yourself to an organic and natural treatment at the neighbouring Cowshed Relax Spa or spend the evening in one of the 26 rooms. Memberships offer access to Shoreditch House and its facilities, while the 'Every House' membership grants access to numerous sister houses across London, including Soho House and Electric House.

1 Ebor St, London E1 6AW

Coya Members Lounge

Exuding the essence of Peru, Coya brings the best of South American culture and food to Mayfair. Brought to you by Arjun Waney - the man behind London establishments Zuma, La Petite Maison and The Arts Club - Coya is authentically Peruvian, from the furniture right through to the pisco bar, which specialises in pisco infusions and an extensive tequila and rum list. With three open kitchens, a signature of Head Chef Sanjay Dwivedi, it is one of London's most exclusive clubs. Many of the concoctions are reserved just for members, as are a separate dining area, outdoor terrace, and a whole other bar.

118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NW


Oozing elegance and sophistication, Annabel's was one of England's first members-only nightclubs. Founded in 1963 by legendary entrepreneur Mark Birley, and named after his wife, it has hosted the likes of Frank Sinatra, Her Majesty The Queen, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, Richard Nixon, Ella Fitzgerald, Jack Nicholson, The Rolling Stones and Dame Elizabeth Taylor. Stepping through the understated entrance on Berkeley Square in Mayfair, members can relax with a cocktail, before moving through to dinner in the beautiful dining room, with its Moorish ceiling and starlit dance floor.

46 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1J 5AT


For the past 40 years, Morton's has been at the centre of Mayfair's social life. Built in 1823, the Grade II-listed building was once the private residence of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and was where the Bentley brothers spent most of the 1920s. With an unrivalled 1700-bottle wine bin, a stunning fine-dining restaurant and cocktail bar, as well as the lively 2&8 nightclub, Morton's offers a truly unique experience. The private dining room can accommodate up to 48 seated guests, and 80 people for canapes and drinks.

28 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1J 6EN

Ten Trinity Square

Ten Trinity Square Private Club caused a stir among wine lovers when it opened in the autumn of 2017. Its claim to fame? The world’s first Château Latour Discovery room outside of France. Set within the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority, one of London’s iconic historical landmarks, the Club showcases a partnership between Reignwood, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and Château Latour.  
Benefits include a curated library and billiard room, a members’ bar and dining room, a treatment spa, a cigar shop and sampling lounge, and, the highlight of course: the Château Latour Discovery and Dining experience. There’s also an innovative programme of events, with talks by business and opinion leaders, such as Stewart Ferguson from the China-Britain Business Council, GQ Editor Dylan Jones, and British fashion designer Anya Hindmarch.
10 Trinity Square, London EC3N 4AJ

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