Albert’s has moved from its South Kensington premises to the good ol’ King’s Road. The new club, set inside the gorgeous Beaufort House, spans four floors with an all-day cocktail bar, brassiere, private dining room, champagne bar and nightclub. The interiors are outrageously Insta-worthy.
Opening its doors in April 2019, this new Marylebone members’ club (from the people behind Home House) is set to be the hub for entrepreneurs, business leaders and investors, designed to become a luxury community for networking. While there are heaps of business-themed events in the pipeline – such as pitching clinics, fireside chats and dinners to match you up with potential investors – they’re also going big on wellness, with yoga brunches and sound meditation in the pipeline. Members will be able to enjoy the brasserie-style restaurant, business lounges, pitching suites and bars across the five-storey Georgian townhouse, as well as the 35 boutique bedrooms.
Set within the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority, this club is part of a partnership between investment group Reignwood, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and Château Latour. Members, naturally, tend to be working in the City and this club is striving to attract future business leaders with its new membership for under 30s. There’s a billiard room and cigar shop plus it’s host to the world’s first Château Latour Discovery room outside of France. One for the wine lovers.
Opening in February 2019, this new members’ club in the former Bag O’Nails premises (where the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Stones, The Beatles and The Who used to play) is set to be one of Soho’s coolest new hangouts. Bradley Theodore has done the decor with florist Nikki Tibbles at the helm. We’re most excited by the Gatsby-esque basement bar and the nightly live music.
This is London’s first private members’ club aimed at providing a space to host brilliant, like-minded women. It’s located in a gorgeous five-storey townhouse in London’s Bloomsbury and as well as ample working space, there are regular workshops and events. Oh, and the second club in Mayfair’s Maddox Street is set to open this spring and we hear there’s going to be two huge roof terraces. Handy.
It’s been dubbed the London’s member’s club with a conscience and this recently-opened spot is certainly living up to the claims. To be a member, job and pedigree aside, it’s all about whether you’ve got a proven track record in systemic change, ie, what have you done that’s good for the world? There’s a cracking rooftop terrace that wouldn’t look out of place in Marrakesh and a pretty impressive library.