LES AMBASSADEURS CLUB, A LIFE OF LUXURY

Published on November 25, 2014 in Industry News

Les A ClubIf you are someone with a love for the finer things in life then you will no doubt have heard of the Les Ambassadeurs Club. Thought have originally been built in 1810 on the site of a hunting lodge owned by non-other than King Henry VIII the Les Ambassadeurs Club is synonymous with wealth and prestige. The rich history of this exclusive gaming club has it tied to such names as the aristocratic Lord and Lady Conyngham, and Leopold de Rothschild.

Today the Les Ambassadeurs Club, or Les A as members refer it, boasts a who’s-who of international clientele drawn from all over the world to the professionalism, personal service and top notch  croupiers – all who have set the bar for what it means to be world class.

Les A has always been a privately owned gambling destination, and that history continues today. This opulent setting is the perfect backdrop for incredibly high end gambling. The casino floor is home to an array of classic casino games: Blackjack, American Roulette, 3-card Poker, Punto Banco and even high-stakes Dice, all available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

To ensure that all members are catered for the Les A boasts a unique Garden Gaming Area. This outdoor fully licenced gaming area was created for members who prefer to enjoy a cigar or cigarette with their whiskey while playing the tables. Les A also added discreetly placed heaters to ensure that the London cold doesn’t detract from your enjoyment of the garden. In addition to a refined gambling experience the garden is also fitted with all-weather high-definition televisions for your viewing pleasure.

If you are looking to host a private gambling event the Les A offers its members the opportunity to book a private gambling lounge, here you can host your own party and enjoy a private night at the tables.

Have the desire to rub shoulders with the rich and famous? Management at Les A now allow anyone looking to join this prestigious club and instant seven day membership. During this time you had better be on your best behaviour as a General Committee will meet to determine your viability for a full membership. 

The privilege of calling yourself a Les A patron will set you back the tidy sum of £25,000 per annum. However the benefits extend far beyond the joy of free access to this illustrious venue. Les A members also enjoy such privileges as private box access at prestigious sports stadiums, private jet transfers to and from event, and more – but you will need to be a member to learn about that.