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The Sincura Group is proud to have exclusive relationships to a vast array of private members' club across London and Worldwide.
The Sincura Group is proud to have exclusive relationships with private members clubs around the world. Our dedicated lifestyle managers can assist you with your application.
A selection of the most popular members' clubs in London can be seen below:
5 Hertford Street feels like home in a rather unconventional way - quiet on the outside but quirky and homely on the inside. Housing a restaurant, a nightclub and a cigar shop, there is something for everyone. It is no surprise that 5 Hertford Street has quickly become one of the places to be in London.
As one of the most elegant clubs in the world, Annabel’s has a global reputation that has been established over the past five decades. The club offers superb service, desirable ambience, high quality cuisine and entertainment. Annabel's is part of the Birley Group. Its location in Mayfair puts you on the doorstep of elegance and luxury.
The Arts Club was built with the vision to create a place for people with an interest in the arts. That vision remains at the core of the club, highlighting the latest modern art trends. Ever since its conception, The Arts Club has become a haven for hospitality and friendship, and has solidified its place at the heart of contemporary cultural life in London.
When Century opened it’s doors in 2001 it instantly became the best place to work, rest and play in the heart of Soho. The location of Century is convenient yet discreet, an oasis from the frenzy of London. The facilities include the largest rooftop terrace in Soho, giving you the best views of the area.
Based in the same iconic building as the Ivy, the Club at Ivy has built its reputation since 2008. With a concealed entrance to the property, you step into the Ivy to enter a realm of a fresh and imaginative oasis in the heart of the West End. The club offers worldwide benefits including access to associated members clubs around the globe.
Eight offers a haven for people to relax, meet friends, work and socialise. The club offers the feel of a genuine old-school gentlemen club. There are two branches of Eight; one in Moorgate and one in Bank which focus on different atmospheres, the Moorgate venue is light and open, whereas the subterranean Bank flagship is more dark and atmospheric.
Established in 2001, George is a contemporary private members club with a variety of facilities to cater for your every need; whether it be stunning food, a well stocked bar, or providing comfort through various rooms and suites. The walls are lined with David Hockney art work and the bar creates endless opportunities for socialising.
Although designed to be totally unique and turn the concept of private members clubs on its head, Home House does keep the principles of luxury, privacy and service close to its heart. Home House is a unique mixture of classic and contemporary, and has become a home and community to multiple members; whether it be to socialise, work or to relax.
The Mark's Club mixes elegance with tradition for an ideal combination. The club is situated in a stunning townhouse in Mayfair. Opening in 1973, the Mark’s Club provides ladies and gentlemen the perfect combination of comfort and service in a calm retreat from the city.
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Morton’s has been at the centre of the London social scene for the last 40 years and is based within stunning a grade II listed building. With a number of facilities this private members club provides a tranquil retreat away from the hustle and bustle of London. Members have access to a bar, restaurant and even a nightclub.
Arboretum is an independent members’ club where people who care about the planet convene, create and collaborate. It is a vibrant space designed to connect innovators, change makers and thought leaders committed to finding solutions to environmental challenges. It is a place to work, learn, play and to relax over seasonal and locally sourced food and drinks. .
The St James Club takes great pride in maintaining the traditions of service, comfort and hospitality that has been so crucial to the history of the club. A membership here has many benefits, including VIP status, access to 600 reciprocal members clubs worldwide, and discounts on the Michelin starred restaurant.
Set across two floors, the main members space is ideal for work and relaxing. The Devonshire has a variety of facilities including three bars, two luxury lounges, a brasserie and a garden room, along with amenities like super high speed Wi-Fi throughout the establishment. The design of the Devonshire is both comfortable and functional.
The Groucho Club opened in 1985 in the bohemian heart of London -Soho. It was established to be 'off the wall' and very quickly became a watering hole for members of the arts and creative community. Facilities include bars, two restaurants, private event rooms and twenty bedrooms.
Focusing on the creative industry, The Hospital Club is a unique private membership spread across 7 floors. The club includes facilities like TV and music studios, open performing spaces, a gallery, and various restaurants and bars. The club exists to “Connect, Collaborate and Create”.
The honey-hued Georgian house and converted outbuildings are tucked away in pristine parkland. Ancient trees frame a bijou chapel. Guests loll on ludicrously oversized loungers, overlooking a reed-fringed lake. Should you want to peel yourself from them, it's six miles to the boho market town of Frome, 12 miles to Bath and a 2 . 5 hour drive from London.
Albert’s was founded in 2016. The club has created a global reputation founded on top class service, ambience, first-class cuisine and entertainment. Albert’s is situated in the iconic location of Beaufort House, which allows members to access the best that Kensington and Chelsea has to offer.
Set in 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside with ten garden rooms, 40 cabins, a four-bedroom cottage, 40 piglets, and a seven-bedroom farm house. Club spaces include the Hay Barn, Main Barn and Mill Room for eating and drinking, a Boathouse with outdoor and indoor heated pools, Cowshed Relax spa with Steam and Sauna Island, and Cowshed Active with gym and studio. There is also an Electric Barn cinema, tennis courts, a five-a-side football pitch, horse stables, clay pigeon shooting and a Teeny Barn Camp.
The club was first formed in 1764 when Samuel Johnson, David Garrick and Joshua Reynolds formed a supper club where they would meet and discuss the issues of the day with fine food and wine.
Nearly 200 years later in 1992, “Blacks Club” was founded by Tom Bantock, a famous Norfolk poacher. It was named Blacks Club as the antithesis to White’s Club, London’s oldest gentlemen’s club. It is said that many Blacks Club members had been black-balled from White’s or considered black sheep. Blacks Club over the next 20 years would become a famously ‘louche’ bohemian drinking den.
On the site of the historic Foubert’s Hotel, the House has a Club Room, Club Bar, Dining Room, Basement Bar, Playground, Playpen, a contemporary British art collection and a members’ event programme. Overlooking Chiswick High Road, the dining space is available to members for meetings and entertaining. The House serves simple seasonal British food and classic dishes such as fish and chips, club sandwiches and kedgeree.. The club is notorious for showcasing pieces, from a host of emerging British artists, to the greats such as Elizabeth Price, Ryan Gander, Mark Wallinger.
Established in 1891, the Club has occupied the same house in Old Church Street since 1902. As well as painters, sculptors, designers, photographers and architects the Club numbers film makers, poets, writers, dancers, actors and musicians amongst its Members. The Club’s parties are legendary. There is no dress code.
Soho House 40 Greek Street is a members’ club occupying five historic Georgian townhouses, with an outdoor courtyard, roof deck, bar, restaurant and club rooms.
67 Pall Mall was created in the heart of historic St James’s as a focus for a passion of fine wine. Housed within Sir Edwin Lutyens’ beautiful Grade II listed building, 67 Pall Mall allows members to share their interest in the world’s finest wines with likeminded people.
A house on a quiet corner in London’s Mayfair, with Restaurant, Drawing Room, Salon Bar, art collection featuring works by Taryn Simon and Jenny Holzer and a programme of members’ events.
The iconic venue that once boasted the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and The Who as regulars both on and off stage, has been transformed into London’s most sought-after luxury private members’ club, The Court.
Soho House 76 Dean Street is a members’ club set over four floors of a Grade II-listed Georgian Townhouse, with a Courtyard, Club Bar, House Kitchen, Sitting Room, Top Floor, and a basement cinema and bar. The Screening Room is a fully air-conditioned 43-seat cinema offering a varied programme of advance screenings and new releases. Built in the 1732, the Georgian townhouse was ravaged in a fire in 2009 but has quite literally, risen again from the ashes.
Bringing together social entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, business leaders, policy-makers and civil society, The Conduit acts as a catalytic platform for individuals tackling some of the most pressing challenges facing us today. The club's members share the belief that the world’s most significant problems can be viewed as opportunities for entrepreneurial solutions, and that knowledge, skills, technology and capital can lead to transformative impact.
Nestled among the pastel-coloured houses of Notting Hill, Electric House on Portobello Road sits next to one of London's oldest cinemas. The cuisine is made up of simple Californian and Italian food, plus house regulars and event spaces can host a dinner, drinks party or private screening.
Cloud Twelve is a one of a kind wellness and lifestyle club in the heart of Notting Hill, extending over three floors with an interactive play and learn zone for families with children, indulgent spa, luxury salon, nutritionally focused brasserie and a holistic wellness clinic - all under one roof for you to enjoy. After all, you deserve to be on Cloud Twelve!
Set in a six-storey converted warehouse in East London, Shoreditch House has a rooftop pool and restaurant, House Kitchen, Library, Cowshed spa, House gym and 26 bedrooms.
White City House is located in the former BBC headquarters in West London. Soho House Design Director Linda Boronkay took cues from the building's heritage to create the interiors, using vintage finds and a rich colour palette to create a Mid-Century feel. A new collection of lights, furniture and textiles can be found throughout the house, from the 45 bedrooms to the club spaces and the rooftop pool. Highlights include the striped velvet Baker sofa from the Allis White City restaurant on the ground floor, Tennant wall light from the bedrooms and Fielding rug - inspired by those in the 8th floor club space.