Reciprocal Clubs

We are delighted to introduce a host of reciprocal clubs as part of members benefits for you to enjoy.

Please note, if you would like to visit any one of these reciprocal clubs, please contact our membership team here.
Be sure to include the dates you wish to visit and allow 48 hours for a confirmation.

Alma, Stockholm

With Alma’s sole purpose to nurture ideas and creativity, they have created a beautiful space, equipped with its signature restaurant located in a sun-filled atrium. Perfect for working, dining and socialising, this is a true Scandinavian haven.

The Stack, Cape Town

The Stack is proud to be named “one of the 20 best restaurants in Cape Town” by Condé Nast Traveler. Eccentric and sophisticated and ingenious, it provides cuddle and huddle rooms that overlook the beautiful South African mountains 

Capital Club, Dubai

Alive with energy, activity and optimism, Capital Club epitomises modernity whilst embracing culture. Located within Dubai’s International Financial Centre, it’s designed to offer an elegant  ambiance for members to meet, network and dine. 

The Refinery, Hong Kong

A contemporary club set in the heart of Taikoo Place, this is a cultured retreat appealing to Hong Kong’s remarkable community of modern professionals. Dine and enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine with a contemporary twist in their restaurant.

House 17, Luxembourg

House 17 is the only modern private members club in Luxembourg, a dynamic business and social club to convene and enjoy with friends and family. Think luxury and simplicity – the Club spans out 960m over four floors.

1880, Singapore

1880 in Singapore believes that conversations can and will make the world a better place. It’s a club for creators and explorers to convene. With a spa and grooming salon, why not relax at one of Singapore’s leading clubs?

BrodyLand, Budapest

With a full events calendar including vibrant parties and relaxed drinks, BrodyLand in Budapest also provides comfortable accommodation. Listen in ‘100 Best Hotels’ by The Sunday Times, it’s artistic in design and has a host of heritage on its walls.

Quorum Club, New Delhi

An urban lifestyle club, providing a calm sanctuary in India’s thriving metropolis. 22,000 sqft offering a sophisticated, creative environment where members can work, collaborate and relax, with programming focusing on arts, culture and music.