Club Venues

Trafalgar square club house

Trafalgar Square

Our four star Club House, located at 8 Northumberland Avenue adjacent to Trafalgar Square, started life as the famous 400 bedroom 'Victoria Hotel', which opened in 1877.

In 2006, the building was restored and behind the beautiful exterior you will find a modern Club with a splendid design where all the original features such as the high ceilings, a stunning marble gallery and an impressive entrance hall have all been kept.

8 Northumberland Avenue, London WC2N 5BY
T: (+44) 020 7839 9333

Gracechurch st

Gracechurch Street

This Club House is based at 7 Gracechurch Street on the East side of the City of London, near the Bank of England and adjacent to Leadenhall Market shopping area. This is an ideal location for our financial sector members.

7 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0DR
T: (+44) 020 7666 1620

St Pauls

St. Paul's

Adjacent to St. Paul's Cathedral on the West Side of the City in the courtyard of the historic Stationers Hall. This is also ideal for members active in the financial district of the City of London.

24 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7DR
T: (+44) 020 7651 4101

Lincolns Inn

Lincoln's Inn Fields Terrace

Lincoln's Inn Fields is the fourth and latest Club House strategically located in Holborn, between the West End and the “City.” Unique features include an outdoor terrace facing Lincoln’s Inn Fields gardens with dining and bar service throughout the day. This Club House is right in the centre of London’s legal district and next to the London School of Economics.

61 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JW
T +44 (0)20 7404 6640

International locations

Thanks to our association with Club Quarters, our members now have access to over 130 reciprocal clubs of a very high standard all over the world. Please obtain a 'Letter of Introduction for Reciprocal Clubs' from us prior to each visit and check if there are any restrictions with the respective Clubs.
Full List of Reciprocal Clubs (pdf)


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