With a rich heritage dating back to 1763, The Lansdowne Club re-imagined itself as a leading private members’ club in 1935 and has welcomed men and women with equal social status ever since. An eclectic mix of the historic and the contemporary, the Club boasts stylish décor and exquisite art, underpinned by the seamless service offered by a team of knowledgeable staff that will always go that extra mile.
A Club for Socialising
The Club offers a friendly, welcoming and lively social scene. With wine tastings and gourmet evenings; art, music and cultural events; balls and parties as well as networking events, you’ll never be short of wonderful activities to attend.
With a diverse range of food and drink options – from the elegant Art-Deco Dining Room and our al fresco Courtyard, to the historical but contemporary Round Room Cocktail Bar – we have a destination for every occasion.
We also offer a variety of active interest groups, from the arts, debating and singing, to dancing, gardening and bridge. There’s truly something for everyone to enjoy at the Club.
A CLUB FOR STAYING OVER
Offering some of the best-value accommodation in Mayfair, The Lansdowne Club boasts 73 rooms and suites for our discerning Members, providing comfort and tranquillity.
A CLUB FOR WELLBEING
Squash, fencing, swimming and a state-of-the-art gym; we have a vast range of sporting facilities and services for our Members to enjoy. Along with an in house unisex hair and beauty salon.
Standing discreetly at the south-west corner of London's Berkeley Square, The Lansdowne Club is ideally located in Mayfair, at the heart of London's West End.
Built in 1763, Lansdowne House became a social club in 1935. Unlike other clubs in London, The Lansdowne Club has admitted men and women with equal social status since its doors first opened. Today, it is one of the most exclusive and traditional private members' clubs in London.
The Lansdowne Club is a much-needed sanctuary away from London’s hustle and bustle. Learn about how we keep it that way, and what you can do to support the Club Rules and Dress Code.