// 11/02 // London | Architecture | Interior Design | Luxury Design
Long gone are the days of stuffy clubs that served men only. Now the options are diverse and trendier than ever. Within the private members’ clubs every inclination has been catered to and styled to the max. Take a look at some of the most luxurious interiors and exclusive indulgences that London’s clubs offer.
Albert’s Club, Kensington – housed in the iconic location of Old Brompton Road at the heart of Kensington and Chelsea. Décor is classic with eccentric British twists. Sumptuous jewelled toned velvet upholstery and wood panelling, together with exotic printed wall coverings line the cocktail bars.
The Hospital Club, Covent Garden – complete with music rooms, event spaces and screening rooms, the Hospital Club is eclectic and welcoming to those in the creative industries. Colourful, with warm vintage touches combined with state-of-the-art AV and performance spaces.
67 Pall Mall, St James – The first private members’ clubs for wine lovers, offering a Members’ Reserve facility which allows members to store up to two of their own personal wine collection. Designed with elegance in mind – rich teals and bottle green leathers combine in an oak panelled lounge offering the perfect ambience to enjoy some of the finest and rarest wines the world has to offer.
Morton’s Club, Mayfair – Grade II-listed building overlooking the length of London’s exclusive Berkeley Square. With lofty ceilings and panoramic balcony views, the first-floor restaurant is one of the most striking dining rooms in London. The art-deco inspired nightclub is an intimate and lavish space with Norman Parkinson prints lining the walls.
The Arts Club, Mayfair – Attracting those who are passionate about arts, literature or science – where the creatives can meet to exchange ideas while being surrounded by the works and art of British-based artists. Offering luxury on every level the design is classic and elegant and serves as the perfect backdrop for the art to reign supreme.