Century Club is one of London's more approachable members' clubs, with the right amount of exclusivity. It's a muted, mink carpet and leather chairs kind of swanky and with my friend being a member, I got invited.
This place is famously tucked away on Shaftesbury avenue in central London, only two minutes from Piccadilly Circus, and practically in Soho.
Keep your eyes peeled, however because as members' clubs go, this place is a hidden, secret gem, that is full of soft tones, has an element of the exclusive and screams speakeasy, through a whisper.
Being invited to a member's club means you can enjoy the benefits of the club without being tied to it, having to think about the tab you set up the previous week, or worrying what the other members think because you're no familiar face.
A familiar face or not, I got to relax at the Century Club thanks to the table service, a noise-free environment and flawless customer service.
Admittedly on the first floor is where you'll find the party. To the immediate right of reception is a bustling bar with live music and leather, diner-like seats.
One floor up is the dining and lounge area, which is where my friend and I sat. On the top floor is a rooftop pool, so if you're in the mood, yes, you can take a swim.
Century Club was perfect for the evening I wanted; it was intimate without being cheesy and cool, but not desperate. Both my friend and I felt at ease as we ate, drank and caught up with each other without the worry of a drunk knocking into us.
In short, Century Club is somewhere to enjoy yourself without worrying what other people will think, you're a member after all.