The Clubhouse opens second Mayfair venue

The Clubhouse Grosvenor Hills has opened its second meetings space in London's Mayfair, following the success of its first venue.

The Clubhouse opens second Mayfair venue
The Clubhouse opens second Mayfair venue

The new central London venue occupies more than 550sqm of meeting space, with each room accommodating up to 40 people.

Adam Blaskey, CEO and founder, The Clubhouse, said: "We are delighted to be opening a second Clubhouse following the huge success of The Clubhouse on Grafton Street.

"Born out of my own personal frustrations after years spent meeting clients in coffee shops and hotel lobbies, I’m thrilled to see how The Clubhouse is fulfilling a very real and growing need among business people today."

Blaskey, who is a former UBS trader, first launched the Mayfair meetings venue in September 2012 with an agreement with Paragon to manage its events.

The new Clubhouse venue has stated, however, that although Paragon will be used as a supplier, events will be managed in-house.

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