The Sloane Club
Number 52 Loweer Sloane Street started life as part of a handsome late Victorian redevelopment of an old site in Chelsea known as Hans Town.
The Service Women's Club was founded for serving and former lady officers of the Armed Forces in World War II, before it became The Helena Club in the early 1960's. Gentlemen were only admitted in the early 70's and it became the Sloane Club in 1976
The Club now offers members some of the finest value rooms in London and the stylish restaurant, serving lunches and dinners, uses seasonal British products freshly prepared by Head Chef Mark Johnson
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