The Salisbury

The Salisbury room was named after one of the Club’s original members, the second Marquis of Salisbury. He had eleven children from two wives so it’s hardly surprising he relished a room of his own. His son, Lord Salisbury was three times Prime Minister and originated the policy of “splendid isolation” with regard to Europe.

In 2017 The Salisbury room was re-furbished and became a brasserie, open all day serving breakfast, lunch and dinner for Members and guests. However the Salisbury room can be exclusively hired for private dining on Friday evenings.

These days when you book the Salisbury room for its unique, intimate atmosphere, we imagine you are not seeking solitude.

This room can accommodate up to 40 for a private dinner.

Dimensions L 8.62m : W 7.92m : H 4.6m (82.4sqm)

19 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1DS +44-207-588-7991