Jalouse Information

Telephone: 0902 242 1312 (CALLS COST 60 PENCE EACH)
Capacity: 500
Address: 17 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London, SW1Y 6JB
Opening Times: Wednesday - Saturday (10.30pm - 3.30am)

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Introducing Jalouse

Created for Jalouse by award winning artist and designer Mark Humphrey, this is London’s first art interior club, and by far, its most memorable social environment.

Discreetly located in Hanover Square, in the heart of Mayfair, this most exceptioonal and luxurious private members club inspires a unique social experience.

Offering an environment of unparalleled beauty and impeccable service to create a stunning, contemporary ter supremely elegant space, exclusively for the World’s most talented and successful individuals.

Strictly “Members Only” our 500 founding members include royalty and artists and many of the most unfluential names in the Business World.

Current Jalouse Guest List Availability

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There are currently no events being publicised. Register as a member for private events.

Our membership criteria remains necessarily strict, however we hope that we can welcome you to Jalouse soon.

Our Jalouse Review

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

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Jalouse Reviews

  1. The actual club itself is quite nice inside I must say, but the lady at the door and the bouncers are the rudest most arrogant people I have ever met. I am very unhappy and disgusted with the service they provided. I had a booked table inside and they made me wait for an hour outside before they would let me in and once I was finally let in they asked me to pay 40 pounds at the door. I got my credit card out and they told me they only accept cash A Bouncer quickly came over and dragged me out

    Rating: ★☆☆☆☆

  2. Went here last month, the rhomboid faced Chinese girl at the door made us wait for a long time – we were charged a fortune to get in, and when we did finally make it downstairs, it was practically empty! Seriously not a fun place.

    Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆

  3. A small group of us, mostly girls, went into Jalouse with a promoter and I have to say that it was everything the negative reviews said. We had to wait even going in with a promoter and the door girl and doormen were very obviously looking people up and down in the worst way. (I’ve been to plenty of clubs in New York, and there’s a much nicer way to do this.) Anyway, after waiting in line and having half of us pay £20 each, what we found inside was very disappointing. The venue became very crowded very quickly and there was barely any space to dance. Despite how picky the door people had been, they let in plenty of people dressed in T-shirts and possibly trainers but paid for tables or shady looking hyena types. The worst part of place was how crowded it was and as we were not having any fun being shoved around on the dance floor; we left after an hour and went somewhere else.

    Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆

  4. Despite of the reviews, which I’ve read about before going. As I arrived there, I faced quite rude attitude from the doormen and clipboard ladies. It was unfortunate to experience it as guy who is just visiting London. The worst thing is that I went there on cab from my hotel – Mint Hotel and had to take a cab. Not much to say other than that…the only addition, is that this impression will stick with me for a while.

    Rating: ★☆☆☆☆

  5. Jalouse, the supposedly members only club (although I’ve been a few times and no problems getting in yet) is somewhat disappointing. A relatively new member of the central London club scene, it doesn’t add much to what its existing companions offer. 

    Rating: ★★☆☆☆