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The Wellington Club.

Residing on its ultimate new location in Jermyn Street, The Wellington Club, presents a perfectly assembled multi-functional venue. In fact, the venue, set over two floors, presents a restaurant, two bars, five private rooms and a cigar room. The Wellington Club London opened back in 1832 on its former location in Knightsbridge, just opposite the Bulgari Hotel. It was a famous destination among the best clubs in Chelsea. The original venue has a varied social history with famous appearance such us Lord Lucan, Kate Moss, Jude Law and Bono.

After a brief pause, founders Nic Brooks and Jake Panayiotou decided to continue with this project. The relocated the Wellington Club to 91 Jermyn Street, just among all the best clubs in Mayfair. The choice of this location was not causal. In fact, it is the heart of Mayfair, the traditional center of London’s wildest revelries for centuries. This area is also famous to host the best London members clubs. Not second to mention the nightclubs which are nearby includes Tabu London, Monkey House, Luxx London and also Tramp members club. The founders wanted to create a grown-up, fully-formed version of the previous club, complete with all of the earlier Welly‘s naughty spirit. The Wellington was one of the most exciting members‘ clubs of the noughties and is primed to recapture and exceed its former glory. 

The club restaurant presents adorned walls with hand-painted and Damien Hirst original paintings and graffiti. Those pieces of art sit alongside the artist‘s rare large-scale ‘The Hours‘ print and the infamous ‘Disco Skull‘. With the technical work of Chris Bracey, the venue also manifests all around the rock ‘n roll and neon mix.
The restaurant at The Wellington Club London serves an array of Modern European dishes, balanced with steaks and seafood carefully selected from the Club’s Executive Chef, Brett Duarte. The team also always works to innovate the menu. The aim is in fact to deliver a constantly evolving unique dining experience by using only the best available, in-season, locally sourced ingredients.

The Wellington Club London guestlist

Hosting days at The Wellington.

You are welcome to join The Wellington London to have the “full experience”. This, in fact, starts with the dinner and ends up late in the night at the club with few cocktails. Although born as members only, The Wellington Club, operates also guestlist and tables booking on weekend. We have the exclusive to arrange guestlists, book club or dinners tables at the Welly. In addition, tables booking is flexible compared to other venues. In fact, private tables minimum spend for 10 guests can start from £500. Visit our Tables Booking Page for more info. Due to its versatile space, The Wellington Club London, suites perfectly for private hiring and functions. You can find more details on our Parties Deals Page.

What we think about The Wellington Club.

The Wellington Club is so far the perfect place if you want to have a classy night without having to stress about the issues we always see at other West-End venues.

The Wellington Club guestlist

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Club Details

  • Address: 91 Jermyn St, St. James's, London, SW1Y 6JB
  • Tube/Rail: Green Park
  • Times and Opening days: Fri-Sat: 22:00-3:00
  • Age restriction: 18+
  • Music: Hiphop, Commercial House, Pop, R&B, Party anthems, Club Classics
  • Crowd: International, trendy and affluent, 20s to 35s
  • Capacity: 350

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