The Clermont Club’s home, completed in 1745, was built by the eminent William Kent for Lady Isabella Finch, a member of the household of King George III. Its gaming connections began in the early 19th Century with past members including aristocrats, statesmen, celebrities, and movie stars.
The Clermont Club Casino is everything a private members club should be and absolutely no more, in my opinion. Many establishments in the United Kingdom and beyond which have adopted a similar model and approach completely overdo things, though the Clermont genuinely seems to have struck the perfect balance between exclusive and modest. Just how they’ve done this is something which may only be understood by those who’ve visited, so if you’re local to it, head on down and submit your application sooner rather than later.
In the heart of Mayfair The Clermont Club is one Britain's finest private gaming clubs. Its discreet yet opulent home in Berkeley Square offers a refined, intimate haven where members can meet, game, entertain guests and enjoy exquisite dining.