The clubs of London aren’t like they used to be, with many themed members’ organizations now offering everything from mindfulness to science classes, according to How To Spend It.
Five Unique Private Members’ Clubs to Check Out in London
The AllBright club on Rathbone Place is a professional women’s club named for Madeleine Albright, the publication writes. It has a cocktail bar with wines from all-female vineyards, a beauty bar, meeting rooms and a cafe, according to How To Spend It.
The wine club 67 Pall Mall has about 4,000 wines from across the world, starting at just £40, as well as hundreds available by the glass, the publication writes. Additionally, members can store bottles in the cellars as well as buy and sell wine on the club’s trading platform, according to How To Spend It.
Prior is a travel club that offers members one-off experiences that capture the “essence” of a destination, the publication writes. At the same time, it gives back to communities by funding local charities and showcasing small businesses, according to How To Spend It.
Cloud Twelve focuses on family, lifestyle and wellness, with a crèche, a child-friendly café and a parent lounge, along with classes in music, cookery, science and art, the publication writes. For the adults, there are also treatment rooms, saunas and steam rooms, according to How to Spend It.
Mortimer House is a working wellness members’ club, with a basement gym, a ground-floor restaurant, and four floors of office space, the publication writes. There is also a top floor for events and a cultural programme of mindfulness, health, work wellbeing, professional growth and creativity, according to How To Spend It.