It all started when…

The main building itself has an impressive history, having started life as the Queen’s Gate Music Hall in the late 1800s, then becoming home to the famous Pineapple Dance Studio, before Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood made it his very own club. The Bathhouse on Queensberry Mews was Francis Bacon’s first London home and studio. Both spaces have been completely redesigned to become what is now The South Kensington Club, using natural hardwoods, stone, lava, leather and a modern art collection, to create an environment that is both warm and motivating.

Mediterranean Restaurant - The Club’s menu is founded on the culinary principles of a healthy Mediterranean diet, prioritising the finest produce and preparing it in a simple, uncomplicated way that brings out the true flavour.