Established in 1868 by a group of the most distinguished writers and artists of the time the Savile Club’s home is a fine 18th Century house in the heart of Mayfair, whose air of elegant exclusivity reflects the uniquely creative ambiance which is still preserved today. The Club remains largely 'artistic' with many authors, scriptwriters, journalists, actors, television producers and musicians forming the backbone of the membership. Scientists too have always been prominent at the Savile with Sir Charles Darwin among the former members. Early literary members included Robert Louis Stevenson, Thomas Hardy, H.G. Wells, Rudyard Kipling, Sir Compton Mackenzie, W.B. Yeats, A.A. Milne and Henry James.The presence of fifteen or so comfortable bedrooms figured in the committee's decision to adopt 69 Brook Street as The Club's new home in 1927. Many of the double bedrooms now enjoy their own bathrooms and have been refurbished to a very high standard, whilst other rooms continue to provide the basic and economic single accommodation that has long been associated with gentlemen's clubs.
Accommodation is available at the Savile Club.
Contact the Savile Club
69 BROOK STREET LONDON
020 7629 5462Fax:
020 7499 7087Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: www.savileclub.co.uk