The Colony Club

Smack-bang in the middle of one of London’s most exclusive entertainment centres, the Colony Club not only gives guests access to great games, but also to great destinations in and around Mayfair.

The Colony Club Review

The Colony Club is situated in one of the most well-known and opulent streets in London, Park Lane. Not to be confused with the famed Colony Room of Soho, London, The Colony Club has become one of the most exclusive clubs in all of London. Because it is nestled in the heart of London’s “Golden Triangle”, guests of the casino can easily access other amazing London attractions from the casino. The Dorchester, the Hilton, Bond Street, Fortnum & Masons, and the Burlington Arcade are all within walking distance to this centrally located casino — perfect for the affluent guest who want to make the most of their London vacation.

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What’s most remarkable about this casino is its supreme architecture, which is the embodiment of class and sophistication. An elegant balance of minimalism and contemporary design greets patrons as soon as they enter the building, as the casino has been designed and built specifically to serve this purpose. Streamlined contours and romantic detailing has allowed for The Colony to become known as one of the most elegantly designed casinos in London.

Smack-bang in the middle of one of London’s most exclusive entertainment centres, the Colony Club not only gives guests access to great games, but also to great destinations in and around Mayfair.

User Rating: 5 ( 2 votes)

Gaming Options

Open 24 hours a day, The Colony’s gaming rooms are the perfect place for affluent Londoners. With over 20 gaming tables dedicated to American Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, Caribbean Poker and Three-Card Poker, as well as dozens of electronic terminals for slots and Electronic Roulette, patrons of the casino need not fear of running out of games to play at the casino.

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The Colony prides itself in being able to give a truly personal and private gaming experience to its members, so it also offers private gaming rooms for the most affluent clients. Patrons can request any combination of American Roulette, Baccarat, Blackjack and Three-Card Poker to be set up in the private gaming room ahead of time, with experienced and professional dealers and waiting staff ready to cater to their every whim. Privacy is the name of the game at The Colony, and their private gaming rooms also allow access to private smoking areas and private dining facilities.

Dining Options

The Colony Club’s restaurant and bar comes highly recommended by anyone who’s had the pleasure of visiting, with guests all raving about the excellent service provided by the casino’s well-trained staff. The restaurant is open seven days a week, from 7pm onwards. Guests can book tables at the restaurant via their website, ensuring that their needs and requests can be accommodated by the casino.

A rather well known feature of the restaurant is their Teppan Yaki tables, which serve the best in Japanese cuisine every day except on Sundays. The restaurant has also become renowned for its European, Chinese, Thai and Indian menus.

The Colony Club also has a newly revamped bar which, like most of the Club’s facilities, is an elegant mix of contemporary design and luxurious, classic architecture. Headed by Riccardo Andreotti, experienced bartenders are ready to create cocktails from their exclusive menu, or serve Champagne and red wine of classic and New World vintages.

The bar also has a secluded VIP section, which offers an extremely warm ambience, with mahogany, bone, and warm shell tones decorating the area. The bar easily adapts to whatever moods its guests wish to convey, and can function as both a formal setting for business meetings and an intimate area for more personal affairs.

Events and Activities

Unlike other casinos in London, The Colony Club does not hold gambling and poker tournaments. Rather, they hold an annual tournament called the “Mayfair Tournament”, which challenges its members to design and execute custom cocktails which can then be featured in the club’s exclusive menu, and in select bars in the Mayfair area.

Dress Code

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A strict dress code is implemented in The Colony Club, and while it is easily accessible via public transportation, one cannot simply walk into the club and expect to be allowed to play at their tables.

Membership Options

You can apply for life membership with The Colony Club for £500, but on occasion, the club’s Membership Committee also awards honorary membership to individuals they deem worthy. With lifetime membership, patrons are free to access any of the club’s facilities 24/7, with an attentive staff waiting at their every beck and call. Superior dining and a premier location make the club’s membership fees well worth the money.

Contact Information

For further information on the services offered by The Colony Club, contact them through the following channels:

Website:   http://www.thecolonyclub.co.uk/

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7495 5000

Address:
The Colony Club,
24 Hertford Street,
Mayfair,
London,
W1J 7SA

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