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THE FOX CLUB, Mayfair, London

At-a-Glance Guide

private members club - non-members welcome
9 bedrooms (no lift)
bar*, restaurant (breakfast & lunch only), private dining
function & meeting facilities
*open to non-members only if staying or dining at the club


THE FOX CLUB, Mayfair, London

THE PAST:

The Fox Club takes its name from one of the former residents of the Georgian building it occupies at 46 Clarges Street – Charles James Fox, a prominent politician, and Britain’s first Foreign Secretary. His private life was colourful and controversial: he was addicted to drinking, gambling and gaming, and a notorious womaniser. Elizabeth Armistead was an actress, courtesan, and mistress of the Prince of Wales who became Prince Regent, and later King George IV. In 1782, Fox availed himself of her services at her house in Clarges Street. The two fell in love, and eventually married in 1795, although their union remained a secret for another seven years. When Fox died in 1806, he was on the point of introducing a bill to abolish the slave trade. Elizabeth, whose moderating influence had gradually tamed her husband’s wild excesses, lived for another 36 years, and died aged 91.

THE PRESENT:

Now a private members' club, The Fox Club also functions as a boutique hotel.

THE PLACE FOR YOU?

If you are looking for an intimate and characterful London bolthole, you will love it.

THE PROPERTY IN DETAIL:

EATING & DRINKING
Today, at this address, you will find a bar (open to non-members only when staying or dining at the club), and small dining room serving lunches only. Both are cosy and intimate, and offer excellent service, with menus to please discerning palates.

SLEEPING
The Fox Club’s nine stylish bedrooms are surprisingly spacious, and en-suite bathrooms all have bathtubs with showers – and windows. Contintental breakfast is served in the dining room, or in your room.
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Pat's Review:
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