24 Savile Row

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Exterior shot of 24 Savile Row


Mayfair has a reputation as a decadent, forgivably disreputable neighbour to St. James’, Marylebone and Soho. Home to some of London’s wildest – and most discreet – Private Member’s Clubs, it’s hard to imagine a more interestingly exclusive social scene.


From its prime position overlooking Berkeley Square, Morton’s has been a magnet for the London elite for over three decades. The Grade II listed Georgian building that houses Morton’s was formerly the home of F.J. Robinson, and was notorious in the Roaring Twenties as the favourite haunt of the Bentley brothers, whose lifestyles were as fast as their cars.


Lively and glamorous, The Arts Club on Dover Street was founded in 1863 by Charles Dickens and friends. Today, its members include notable patrons and professionals from the worlds of the creative arts – from Grayson Perry to Gwyneth Paltrow.

Close by on Brook Street, The Savile Club has been welcoming its ‘Savilians’ since 1868. This sumptuous gentlemen’s club – which also admits women as guests – has been favoured by eminent creatives and scientists of each generation, including Charles Darwin, Robert Louis Stevenson, Evelyn Waugh and Stephen Fry, to name just a few.

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