These private members clubs are soaked in prestige and exclusivity, servicing only a small, select group of people. Attaining membership to these clubs isn’t easy, and that’s precisely the point. From Monaco to Dubai, take a look below:
Soho Farmhouse is a first of its kind and a brand new development project for Soho House. This ultra chic members only club is located in England’s countryside and was a restoration project which still features many of the original building. Equipped with a barn that has been converted into an indoor pool and more, Soho Farmhouse is the perfect place for a relaxing escape.
Founded in 1953 by Prince Rainier, the Yacht Club de Monaco is home of some of the world’s most prestigious private yachts. Monaco has become the center of the world when it comes to fashionable water sports, and this exclusive members only club was created just for that.
Only the elite hang at Cercle De Lorraine better known as the Brussels Business Club. Membership is extremely limited, hard to obtain and new applicants must go through an interview process and be voted in by a committee. Networking opportunities at the Brussels Business Club are endless.
With stunning views of The Burj Khalifa, the Capital Club Dubai is the most exclusive business club in Dubai. The Capital Club Dubai has a diverse membership that includes some of the most successful entrepreneurs and venture capitalist in the world.
Traveling to Shanghai? The Kee Club is filled with an eclectic group of influential members that are innovators, executives and socialites. It’s all about creating a one-of-a-kind experience for their members, from the finest food, wine, art, and culture this is the place to be in Shanghai.