New York City is the most inspiring place in the world. So, nothing better than a Luxury Lifestyle Living Guide. The #3 is about NYC Private Clubs! New York is the perfect place to have a wonderful and an unforgettable night in the exclusive private clubs. It’s time for us to take a visit and show you what we found along the way. Let’s see!
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Evoking the spirit of the iconic Mansion, the Playboy Club itself features four distinct environments that unveil unique experiences as you access the passages within. The iconic Playboy Bunnies will remain at the center of every moment, serving artisanal cocktails and world-class culinary creations. In addition, the decor is amazing – a concept by Cenk Fikri. Koket and Brabbu, two of the most inspiring interior design brands in the world, brought its contemporary design to the Club, transforming it in a luxurious way!
The Metropolitan Club is a private social club in Manhattan. It was founded in 1891, by names like J. P. Morgan, James A. Roosevelt and John Lambert Cadwalader, among others. It brings out the true spirit of a social club, where cellular phones and laptops are prohibited. There’s also a dress code you must strictly follow.
The Soho House is a converted warehouse in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District with 44 bedrooms of varying sizes, Drawing Room, Club Bar, Library, Pantry Bar, Restaurant, 44-seat Screening Room, a rooftop with a swimming pool and a Cowshed spa. Lifestyle gets a new meaning here and you are more than invited to experience it with your own senses.
A warm and friendly place, The Harvard Club in NYC is a private social club located in Midtown Manhattan. The membership is restricted almost entirely to alumni and faculty of the Harvard University. John F. Kennedy and Theodore Roosevelt were members of this club.
The National Arts Club was founded in 1898 by author and poet Charles De Kay, the literary and art critic for The New York Times. Back in the day, the main goal behind this private club was to “stimulate, foster, and promote public interest in the arts and to educate the American people in the fine arts”. Martin Scorsese, Alice Hoffman and Uma Thurman are members of this club.