The 5 most Beautiful Private Clubs of Hong Kong

be nothing but beauty, wealth, pleasure,

With all
things in order and measure.”
Charles Baudelaire, l’invitation au voyage, (in Les Fleurs du mal)

Kee Club

Kee Club
could be the exact embodiment of Charles Baudelaire’s poem from which the lines
above are extracted. This club is indeed a real ‘Invitation to the Voyage’: a
classical European residence with African sculptures and pieces of arts from
the greatest (Pablo Picasso and Anthony Quinn to name but a few), richly
decorated with precious colors and Bauhaus designed 1940’s furnishings.
Most beautiful interiors

Beautiful interior
beautiful dining room
Beautiful club armchairs
Art Déco style
Photo Credit: Kee Club 

China Club

China Club
will make you travel at the heart of 1930’s Shanghai. Each room astonishes and enchants:
the lime green staircase and its Chinese artists gallery, the art deco
restaurant and its Roaring Twenties singer accompanied by a grand piano, the “Long
March Bar” and its trinkets from another time, the library and its thousands of
books devoted to Chinese art and culture, the terrace and its breathtaking view
on the illuminated skyscrapers…
China Club Hong Kong
China Club staircase Hong Kong
Shanghai 30's style
China Club Hong Kong
China Club Bar Hong Kong
beautiful library
China Club rooftop Hong Kong

Red Chamber
Cigar Divan

Although it
is not strictly speaking a private club, the Red Chamber Cigar Divan deserves
to appear in this selection. This chamber will delight cigar and brandy lovers:
large Club armchairs, a refined decoration at the crossroad of Asia and Western
influences, and a selection of the finest cigars and liquors.
Beautiful smoking room

Hong Kong
Royal Yacht Club

situated on an island in the middle of Victoria Bay, the Yacht Club has been
progressively reattached to the coast but is still floating on the sea. The
commanding view of the Bay and the Titanic-like decoration give the impression
to board a prestigious cruising ship. An anchorage which brings together
sailing and sea lovers from all over the globe.

Yacht Club Bar
Photo Credit: Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club


The Foreign
Correspondents’ Club is not reserved to the sole reporters and journalists
anymore but it is still bustling with effervescence and the press photos covering
the walls recall some of the most memorable moments of the recent past. A place
steeped in history which remains full of energy.
Photo Credit: FCC
  • Kee Club, 32 Wellington St, Central, (+852) 2810
  • China Club,
    12/F, The Old Bank of China Building, Bank Street, Central, (+852) 2521 8888.
  • Red Chamber Cigar Divan, Shop 405-406A,
    Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central, (+852) 2165 6630.
  • Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Causeway Bay, (+852)
    2832 2817.
  • FCC, 2 Lower Albert Rd, Central, (+852) 2521

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