The Army & Navy Club offers Members the comfort and facilities of a ‘London home’, including overnight accommodation, secure underground car parking and exceptional formal and informal dining facilities. A variety of Member events facilitates a vibrant social environment for Members.
The Carlton is one of London’s famous gentleman’e clubs.
The Oriental Club was founded in 1824 with the Duke of Wellington as the Club’s first and only President. For nearly two hundred years, the Oriental Club has been an iconic Central London focal point for those returning from India and the East and for local Members who value the amenities and service offered by Club staff and its home, the impressive Stratford House.
Situated close to Bond Street and within easy reach of Canary Wharf and the City, the Club offers an elegant Dining Room, spacious Drawing Rooms for relaxing, Bars, Meeting Rooms and a Billiards Room. There is also a tranquil Terrace, an IT Suite, Private Dining Rooms for hosting events and forty well-appointed bedrooms.
The Oriental Club takes the quality of its food and wine seriously. Our Executive Chef, Wesley Smalley, has the very highest credentials and a passion for delicious food created from fresh, seasonal ingredients.
There is a vibrant programme of social events and different Societies to join.
Playboy Club London is the ultimate Mayfair venue. Our world-class casino with iconic Bunny croupiers, three fabulous salle privés, and relaxed Players Bar, offers luxurious gaming and sports around the clock, while fine dining comes courtesy of The Dining Room restaurant or privately in a lavish hideaway. Immerse yourself in Playboy heritage at The Tale Bar and let the iconic Bunnies serve up something delightful, celebrating iconic heroes of our past and charming legacies. In Baroque, we have a uniquely decadent, flamboyant nightspot where you can enjoy live music, Champagne towers and great food.
Private Members Club, dining, overnight accommodation, Turkish Bath, Gym, Swim, Squash and Treatment Facilities, Concierge services, Valet, Business Centre & Library, Post Office, Banqueting and meeting rooms
Founded in 1925 at the end of the first Fastnet Race the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) is a unique and exclusive club with over 4000 members. It is dedicated to encouraging long distance offshore racing and other forms of yacht racing and organises races all over the world. It maintains two clubhouses; one centrally located in St. James’s, London and the other in Cowes on the isle of Wight.
ROSL is a unique not-for-profit, private members organisation. Since 1910 ROSL has embraced a multi-cultural membership; bringing people together from around the world to meet, socialise and foster an interest in the Commonwealth. This is best realised through our arts programme that works with young classical musicians and visual artists, and our humanitarian programme of education and enterprise projects.
Members of ROSL, in turn, benefit from being part of an organisation that truly makes a difference to people’s lives; while enjoying the comforts of our historic clubhouses in Edinburgh and London which provide a quality home-away-from-home.
Two clubhouses conveniently located with easy access to transport links and cultural institutions
A worldwide reach;16,500 members
A worldwide network of 90 reciprocal clubs
Event programme of tours, trips and tastings
Concerts and recitals from the future stars of classical music
Lectures from luminaries in literature, politics and the arts
Comfortable bedroom accommodation (83 rooms in London, 20 in Edinburgh)
A London clubhouse with private garden and terrace
Supporting talented young visual artists and musicians through sponsorships and prizes
Providing education bursaries to children in remote and poorest areas of Kenya, Botswana and Namibia.
The Flyfishers’ Club is undoubtedly one of the country’s most interesting and entertaining fly fishing fraternities. Founded in 1884, its object was and remains “a social club for gentlemen interested in the art of flyfishing and for the study and furtherance of subjects and issues of interest to fly fishermen.”
The Club’s rooms in Brook Street are extremely comfortable – Members think of them as their favourite ‘fishing-hut’, discreet, cosy and welcoming … a haven to which fly fishers can retreat from the hustle and bustle of London. Where they enjoy fine food and wine interspersed with lively conversation.
It is, however, the Members who make a club, rather than the building or its facilities, and we believe the Flyfishers’ to be very special, not least because of its long tradition of warmth and friendliness.
The Members include anglers who fish for all game species in all kinds of waters; the young and the old, the famous, the not so famous and those who simply enjoy the sport.
The In & Out (Naval and Military Club) is a St. James’s private members club for ladies and gentlemen. In many ways, the Club is a very pleasing dichotomy, offering its Members, and their guests, a place of calm and sanctuary but is renowned for its vibrant socialising and entertainment. In addition to the superb dining, banqueting and bar facilities that are complemented by lavish State rooms and a blissful courtyard, the Club has fifty-two en-suite bedrooms available at very competitive rates.
The Club is also licensed for Weddings and Civil ceremonies. The Clubhouse is an elegant Grade II* listed building set on a discreet corner of St James’s Square. Famously the home of Lady Astor, the sparkling chandeliers, sweeping staircase and fireplaces will fulfil your wedding wishes whatever the season. In addition, the Club has a romantic Courtyard which transforms into your own intimate outdoor space. The residential rooms at the Club make your experience complete.
The Clubhouse can also be booked for both corporate and private events including: board meetings, presentations, fine dining and private celebrations.
Private Members Club with sports, dining, business and leisure.