London boasts a brand new sanctuary, the exclusive private club at Ten Trinity Square. Baroque Access finds out all the details
Ten Trinity Square is a landmark Grade II listed building in London, recently completely recreated by Four Seasons to house the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel London as well as residences and a recently opened private club. Advertising itself as “a new sanctuary for sharing ideas, perspectives and aspirations”, the brand new private London club is now accepting applications for membership.
The establishments at Ten Trinity Square comprise the Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, 41 private residences and the Ten Trinity Square Private Club. All boast an excellent central location, close to the Tower of London World Heritage Site, Tower Bridge and the River Thames.
The building, which was built in 1922 as the headquarters for the Port of London Authority, is situated midway between the East and the West End, and a short walk to the City of London. Aside from the club, the building is also home to 31 spacious, elegant apartments (The Residences at the Four Seasons), all designed with supremely specified materials and finishes. The hotel itself boasts 100 guestrooms, restaurants, bars and a state-of-the-art spa. It provides several luxury resources and services to each residence as well.
The prestigious new private member’s club was formed in a collaboration between Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, Asian developer Reignwood and French wine estate Chateau Latour. The entire building, comprising the hotel, club and public areas, was re-designed by Parisian designers Bruno Moinard and Claire Bétaille of 4BI & Associés who are acclaimed for their master craftsmanship and attention to detail. It is set to become a centre of gastronomy, fine wine and numerous lavish amenities.
The Club was originally the sumptuous boardrooms and executive offices in the original building, and they have been meticulously restored to their former glory, ensuring that their finest features, such as the carved walnut paneling and high ceilings, have been carefully retained. Aside from the panelling and ceilings, the Club also boasts elaborate chandeliers and grand fireplaces.
The Club was designed by architect Bruno Moinard, who is acclaimed for his craftsmanship. It features a selection of palatial rooms where private members can relax, socialize, drink and dine. Adding to the Club’s prestige is that it is home to the very first Château Latour Discovery Room outside of France, in addition to an exclusive Château Latour dining room.
The Château Latour Discovery Room was inspired by the original Château Latour tasting room in France. Here members can see some of Château Latour’s most sought-after vintage wines on display. They can also sample and purchase wines directly from the cellars of both Château Latour and Artémis Domaines estates. These are accompanied by canapés created by three-times Michelin-star chef, Anne-Sophie Pic.
Members can enjoy the Château Latour Discovery and Dining experience, an exclusive menu featuring modern plates that are based on the chef Pic’s family recipes. The dishes are designed to complement the wines and range from red mullet and foie gras mosaïque with bouillabaisse jelly to roasted Scottish lobster with chestnut taglioni and a rich homardine sauce. There’s also Pithiviers of pigeon and foie gras with red kampot pepper and cocoa bean. These masterpieces of gastronomy are followed by a selection of classic French desserts.
Other club facilities include a curated library, billiards room, members’ bar, exclusive dining room, cigar store and sampling lounge where Paolo Paolillo, a master of Havana cigars, assists members appreciate the finest cigars coupled with a selection of excellent cognac and whiskey. There is also a room dedicated to the golf club.
Another bonus of membership at the Club is the opportunity to join the hotel’s luxury spa with its exclusive facilities that include an indoor pool, sauna, hammam, steam room and fitness center.
The Club also hosts numerous events, ranging from arts and cultural presentations to exclusive performances and wine tastings, fulfilling its aim of providing a global meeting place for business and cultural exchange.
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