providing members an exclusive haven in the heart of London.
The hotel’s latest offering, will celebrate the great and the good who frequented the space centuries ago together with the future and established stars from the literary, art and fashion world.
Occupying Hotel Café Royal’s first floor, The Club, offers a variety of entertaining and dining spaces. With vibrant Mayfair to the west, creative Soho to the east and royal St James’s to the south, it is the cultural hub which binds all together. The Club at Café Royal is the latest landmark in its tradition and pays homage to London’s leading figures, who have previously graced Hotel Café Royal. Once again, Members are actively encouraged to pursue their vocations at The Club and use the space to work as well as socialise.
Interiors have been overseen by March & White the dynamic design team who have transformed the historic space into a sanctum away from the hustle and bustle of London. The Club is beautifully appointed with a blend of English and French design, adorned with bespoke rugs and plush velvets, bringing comfort and elegance to members’ daily lives.
The Club offers all day dining, the kitchen is overseen by Andrew Turner, Executive Chef and Elisha Carter who presides over The Club and its various outlets. The Domino Dining Room, the signature fine dining restaurant which serves Modern British cuisine. The Library Bar offers classic cocktails whilst The Gallery serves light luncheon, and The Studio makes for the perfect lounge bar and cultural event hub, overlooking Regent Street. In addition, the Oscar Wilde Bar, formerly known as The Grill Room, the jewel of Hotel Café Royal’s most famous moments, will be available to Club members until 3am with live entertainment.
Ian Palmer Club Director commented, “I’m delighted to announce the launch of The Club at Café Royal. The space has a deep-rooted history with iconic figures of yesteryear and we are keen to fuse our heritage with the creativity of today. We look forward to offering members a friendly cultural hub with an interesting programme of diverse events.”
A curated programme of events will range from boutique opera, cutting-edge musical performances, and immersive theatre to controversial debate and inspiring lectures. These will stimulate the members and their guests’ senses.
The Club at Café Royal is open for breakfast, lunch, cream tea, dinner and drinks from 7am until 1am, Sunday to Wednesday and 7am to 3am Thursday to Saturday www.clubcaferoyal.com