Gentlemen's Clubs London


Private members' clubs and gentlemen's clubs in London providing an elegant home from home environment for meetings, socialising, discussion, events, dining & accommodation. Many clubs now accept both men & women.

    City of London Club
    A truly outstanding venue in the heart of the City of London within the traditional elegance of a nineteenth century building.
    Old Broad Street
    EC2N 1DS
    020 7588 8558

    The Savage Club
    The Savage Club was founded in 1857 and remains one of the leading Bohemian Gentleman's Clubs in London. It has maintained the tradition of regular dinners always followed by entertainment, well-known performers from music hall to concert hall.
    Whitehall Place
    SW1A 2HD
    020 7930 8118

    Institute of Directors
    The Institute of Directors is Europe's largest membership organisation for business leaders representing senior level professionals since their Royal Charter in 1906, earning a trusted reputation as the business network for leadership.
    Pall Mall
    SW1Y 5ED
    020 7839 1233

    The Royal Overseas League
    The Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL) was founded in 1910 by Sir Evelyn Wrench to foster international understanding and friendship, today there are over 20,000 members worldwide. A splendid Central London clubhouse and events programme.
    St James's Street
    SW1A 1LR
    020 7408 0214

    Oriental Club
    The Oriental Club is a private gentlemen's club founded in 1824 and maintains strong Oriental connections via club members. It provides a meeting place for like minded people. Associate membership available to female relatives.
    Stratford Place
    W1C 1ES
    020 7629 5126

    The Arts Club
    Founded by Lord Leighton and Charles Dickens in 1863 it has since enjoyed the membership of many prominent artists and authors. The club has a tremendous depth and enormous talent amongst its membership.
    Dover Street
    W1S 4NP
    020 7408 5098

    Royal Ocean Racing Club
    One of the world's most prestigious offshore racing clubs. A private members club with 17 bedrooms, bar, restaurant & 2 private meeting rooms. The club stands as a sentinel for the ideals of racing under sail at sea.
    St. James's Place,
    SW1A 1NN
    020 7493 2248

    The Garrick Club
    Founded in 1831, is a private members' club situated in the heart of London's West End and Theatreland. Today the club has around 1,300 members including many of the most distinguished actors and men of letters in England.
    Garrick Street
    WC2E 9AY
    020 7379 6478

    Phyllis Court Club
    Private members club offering members and visitors a world where elegance and tradition blend seamlessly with an understanding of modern requirements. Excellent facilities, superb menus, relaxing riverside accommodation & a perfect setting.
    Henley on Thames
    RG9 2HT
    01491 570500

    The Travellers Club
    Founded in 1819 to provide a meeting place for gentlemen who had travelled abroad, their foreign visitors and diplomats posted in London. The Club has many professionals, foreign Ambassadors and High Commissioners in London among its members.
    Pall Mall
    SW1Y 5EP
    020 7930 8688


    The Farmers Club
    Unique club of those involved with agriculture, most members are farmers and landowners. Comfortable atmosphere, with staff renowned for their efficiency, excellent bedrooms, superb restaurant & meeting rooms.
    Whitehall Court
    SW1A 2EL
    020 7925 7102

    City Livery Club
    A convivial gentlemen's club in the very heart of the City.
    Upper Thames Street
    EC4R 3TB
    020 7248 0620

    Carlton Club
    The oldest, most elite, and most important of all Conservative clubs.
    St. James's Street
    SW1A 1PJ
    020 7493 1164

    The Sloane Club
    Club membership is exclusive and access to The Sloane Club is limited to members, their guests and members of affiliated clubs world-wide. Two of their most valuable assets are privacy and security, a home-from-home in London.
    Chelsea
    SW1W 8BS
    020 7730 9131

    Naval & Military Club
    Private members' club established 1862 whose President is HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, one of the oldest & most popular establishments of its kind. A place to entertain friends, hold private business meetings & meet like-minded people on a social level.
    St. James's Square
    SW1Y 4JU
    020 7827 5757

    The East India Club
    The East India Club, in the heart of London's clubland, has a long tradition as a gentlemen's home from home. Private club open to members and their guests providing a refuge and meeting place for busy young men and their more seasoned seniors.
    St. James's Square
    SW1Y 4LH
    020 7930 1000

    The Oxford and Cambridge Club
    Provides alumni from both universities an exclusive home from home in the heart of London.
    Pall Mall
    SW1Y 5HD
    020 7930 5151

    Lansdowne Club
    In Mayfair, off Berkeley Square, a private members club for men & women. A haven of tranquility where 18th century grandeur & stylish Art Deco meet 21st century vitality. Perfect for relaxation, recreation, business with an unrivalled range of facilities.
    Fitzmaurice Place
    W1J 5JD
    020 7629 7200

    The Chelsea Arts Club
    Founded on March 21st 1891 on the suggestion of Whistler, it now has 1600 painters, sculptors, architects, designers, photographers and filmmakers, 800 writers, dancers, musicians and other kinds of artists as its members.
    Old Church Street
    SW3 6EB
    020 7376 3311

    Army and Navy Club
    The Army and Navy Club in London is a gentlemen's club founded in 1837, known as The Rag. Situated in the heart of St James's, it offers the ambience traditionally found in an officers' mess with the facilities of an exclusive hotel.
    Pall Mall
    SW1Y 5JN
    020 7930 9721

    The Savile Club
    Established in 1868 by a group of writers and artists of the time. Its home is a fine 18th Century house in the heart of Mayfair.
    Mayfair
    W1K 4ER
    020 7629 5462

    The London Sketch Club
    Historic graphic artists' club located in the heart of London's Chelsea, one of the city's best-kept secrets forming a link with artists, illustrators, writers of a century ago. Membership drawn from fine artists & designers.
    Dilke Street
    SW3 3JE
    07973 142 729

    St Stephen's Club
    St Stephen's Club is one of London's most authentic private clubs founded in 1870 under the patronage of Benjamin Disraeli, later Earl of Beaconsfield. A convenient meeting place for Conservative Members of Parliament close to the House.
    Queen Anne's Gate
    SW1H 9AB
    020 7222 1382

    The Reform Club
    Founded in 1836, the new club no longer requires any particular political view of its members and is today purely social. Reformers are men and women drawn from many backgrounds and a wide field of professional life.
    Pall Mall
    SW1Y 5EW
    020 7930 9374

    Royal Air Force Club
    Membership of the Royal Air Force Club is open to present and former serving officers in the Royal Air Force and Allied Air Forces. Based in the West End and at the heart of the RAF.
    Piccadilly
    W1J 7PY
    020 7399 1000

    The Hurlingham Club
    Recognised throughout the world as one of Britain's greatest private members clubs retaining its quintessentially English traditions & heritage. Provides modern facilities & services, first-class social and sporting facilities.
    Fulham
    SW6 3PR
    020 7736 8411

    The Royal Automobile Club
    A private members' club steeped in over 100 years of history and tradition as a social and automotive club.
    Pall Mall
    SW1Y 5HS
    020 7930 2345

    The City University Club
    A lunch club in the heart of the financial area of London. The (CUC) is in the old Prescott's Bank Building where it was originally established in 1895 by Oxbridge graduates. Membership is now much wider embracing both sexes & many professions.
    Cornhill
    EC3V 3PD
    020 7626 8571

    Cavalry and Guards Club
    History, tradition, timeless elegance, quiet efficiency and the personal touch are the hallmarks of The Cavalry and Guards Club, situated at the end of Piccadilly, in Mayfair. The ambience is relaxed and the standards are high.
    Piccadilly
    W1J 7PX
    020 7499 1261

    The Athenaeum Club
    The majority of the members are professionals concerned with science, engineering or medicine, clergy, lawyers, writers, artists, civil servants & academics of all disciplines with a small number from business and politics.
    Pall Mall
    SW1Y 5ER
    020 7930 4843

    The Naval Club
    Private ladies' and gentlemen's London cub. It offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in a setting where those interested in the sea and maritime affairs can feel at home. It is not necessary to have served in the Navy to become a member.
    Hill Street
    W1J 5NS
    020 7493 7672

    The Caledonian Club
    Founded 1891, a private members' club in Belgravia adjacent to Hyde Park Corner. The Club occupies five floors comprising the members' dining room, drawing room, smoking room, library. Busy calendar including traditional Burns Supper and St Andrew's Day.
    Halkin Street
    SW1X 7DR
    020 7235 5162

    Buck's Club
    A social club in Mayfair for gentlemen.
    Clifford Street
    W1S 3RF
    020 7734 2337