The Club at Café Royal
The private members club was conceived to ensure that the icon Regent Street venue once again becomes a crucible for writers, artists, poets, musicians. The Club celebrates a long legacy of famed patrons as it welcomes the return of today’s leaders and stars from the literary, art and fashion worlds.
Occupying the first floor of the stunning Grade II listed building, The Club is designed to be a comfortable and creative space for members, simultaneously dazzling and welcoming. Precious historic spaces have been sensitively modernised to create an elegant sanctum and exclusive haven in the heart of London: a place where members are encouraged to pursue their creative vocations, to work, socialise, network and relax.
The Club at Café Royal is open from 7am until late for breakfast, lunch, cocktails, dinner and drinks.
We offer different types of memberships to suit your lifestyle along with a host of benefits exclusive to members of The Club. Whether you're in seach of a relaxed working space or a private lounge and bar in W1, find it all nestled between luxury accomodation, first class dining and and a wellbeing retreat in the heart of London at Hotel Café Royal.
Programme & Events
Our cultural calendar of events focuses on the interests of our members and make for great oppotunities to mix and mingle with other members, partners and the club team. From live music entertainment and art exhibitions to literary events and tastings with our luxury partners, feed your passion or discover a new one at The Club at Café Royal.
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The Club is home to a number of inviting spaces: From the airy Studio with sweeping views of Regent Street and a private bar and cinema style screen, to The Gallery which is home to all day dining amongst an ever changing exhibition of artwork, to the Grade II listed Domino room which can cater to the most indulgent dinner party.
London's leading figures have graced Café Royal for over 150 years. From our most famed patron Oscar Wilde's romance with Lord Alfred Douglas and the legendary clash with his father, the Marquess of Queensberry; to a young Winston Churchill awaiting his political future; to Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton dancing the night away, these Grade II listed walls have seen it all - if only they could talk...
+44 (0)20 7406 3370
Mondays & Tuesdays
7.00am to midnight
Wednesdays to Fridays
7.00am to 1.00am