Situated opposite the Royal Exchange just off Cornhill in the historic Change Alley, the club offers members and their guests a wonderful venue to relax, meet friends, work and socialise. The Members’ Lounge provides a serene working environment during the day, transforming into an atmospheric bar in the evening. The Lounge Menu is ideal if you are looking for something light to snack on whilst playing pool on one of the three Championship Brunswick tables, or something a little more substantial after a long meeting. It includes classic dishes, finger foods, sandwiches, which make for a real treat after a long day. […]
Located in the 120-year-old neo-baroque building that was once St Olave’s Grammar School, The LaLiT London is a luxury boutique hotel featuring 70 beautifully designed rooms, each ornamented with bespoke Indian art – combining Indian culture with a quintessentially British charm and retaining many original features. Just a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge, the hotel is discreetly tucked away in the heart of city and conveniently close to many of London’s stunning attractions and business hotspots. Baluchi is the hotel’s pan-Indian dining destination, offering dining with a difference. Set in the historic Grade II-listed hotel’s Great Hall, Baluchi is reminiscent of its […]
Eight Moorgate, a stunning rooftop private members club with two floors of terraces set out over 9000 sq.ft. Located adjacent to Finsbury Square and just minutes from Liverpool Street station. The airy Manhattan loft style members lounge opens out onto elegant sun terraces with dramatic sky-top panoramic views of the City of London. Quartier Restaurant can be found nestled within the club, where Head Chef Giovanni Torres serves a thoughtful combination of delicately balanced classic European dishes with innovative and contemporary inspiration. The wraparound terrace provides the perfect setting for an elegant aperitif while enjoying the spectacular London views from this beautiful dining room.
Officially opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth I in 1571, The Royal Exchange was the brainchild of renowned merchant Thomas Gresham. It soon became a centre for the capital’s commerce, bringing together both brokers and merchants. Trading continued for the next four centuries, despite being interrupted by fires, war and construction work, before coming to a halt in 1991. Then in 2001, an extensive redevelopment by architects Aukett Fitzroy Robinson transformed The Royal Exchange courtyard, reviving its trading legacy by giving it a new role housing the world’s most desired retailers and placing it, once again, in the thriving centre of […]
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