Step inside The Britely Social Club.
While Los Angeles has long been known for its wealth of elite private social clubs, none have illuminated the scene quite like The Britely, which aims to unite Angelenos of diverse backgrounds who share “bright lives and bright minds”.
Tucked inside the sleek 149-room Pendry West Hollywood on the iconic Sunset Strip, The Britely serves up a refreshing reinterpretation of Old Hollywood splendor, starting with its splashy design from Swedish interiors maestro Martin Brudnizki. The designer’s lavish Art Deco-inspired color palette of jewel tones and striking gold, complemented by brass accents and lacquered finishes, evokes the delicate sensuality of the Golden Age with contemporary flair. Brudnizki carries through the opulence with his whimsical collection of razzle-dazzle décor, like pink ostrich-feather lamps feathers, animal print upholstery, statement chandeliers, as well as eclectic artwork curated by Tiffiny Lendrum of Lendrum Fine Art.
The Britely community can enjoy access to a trio of exclusive lounges, most notably a glamorous rooftop with panoramic vistas reached by a private elevator. But that’s just the beginning. The $2,800 annual fee ($4,200 for couples) also grants full use of The Pendry’s luxury facilities, like a 24-hour fitness center, rooftop pool, spa, bowling lanes, screening room, and performance venue. This ultra-sophisticated social club also marks the Sunset Strip return of celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, who is at the helm of the food and beverage program, including two private fine dining experiences.
Member programming is also impressive, with a jam-packed calendar rooted in curiosity, culture, and celebration. Art aficionados, in particular, will appreciate VIP access to live performances, ongoing art talks, and private tours of galleries, museums, and auction house exhibitions. And for those just seeking some good ol’ fun, experiences like tequila tastings and game nights are sure to spark joy.