Gentlemen’s Club in London
London offers both visitors and residents some of the most exclusive private Gentlemen’s Clubs of all time. A tradition born in the 18th century, where clubs replaced the infamous city coffee shops, they offered high society gentlemen a place to escape from the daily chaos and stress of their lives.
Gentleman’s Clubs quickly become famous in all corners of Britain, with as many as 400 Gentleman’s Clubs opened around London by the end of the 19th century. With membership waiting lists as long as 16 years, belonging to one of the best gentleman’s clubs in London was more than a sign of wealth, it was a culture of appreciation for quality entertainment, great food and friends. The popularity of clubs around the UK and the Commonwealth died out slowly due to the difficulties imposed by club owners and members to new applicants. However, thanks to a few exclusive modern venues, the tradition of belonging to a club that you were proud to be part of didn’t die.
Based in the heart of the West End, home of the world’s first ever gentlemen’s club, the Windmill has become one of the most notorious places in the globe for gentlemen to enjoy themselves, discuss businesses, celebrate special occasions, dine and watch exclusive stage performances.
Rebuilt as a theatre by the architect F. Edward Jones, the current club is comprised of three sumptuously decorated floors providing bars, a business lounge, table service, private dining rooms, intimate fully nude performances, live music and non-stop stage shows. Combining the best of the traditional 18th century London Gentlemen’s Clubs and the wonders of the 21st century, the Windmill International is proud to welcome you to a land of fun and enticing entertainment like you’ve never seen before.