Time Out says
This private members’ club has been hiding in plain sight behind an ambiguous door on Shaftsbury Avenue since 2001. Cross the threshold and you’ll find a haven from the city’s hustle and bustle (if you’re a member, of course).
Century Club's piece de resistance is its roof terrace, which offers all-weather access and views across the London skyline. There’s an array of other spaces to enjoy, too, including a New York-inspired brasserie called the Tap Room, a cocktail lounge and rooms for private hire.
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Superb venue. You can't beat a rooftop as central as Shaftesbury Avenue to bring your friends together from around London, or globally.
I've been a member of this gorgeous hidden club for over 15 years; it is elegant, unpretentious, fun, pretty and with great food. The now open-to-the-public club has a charming roof terrace and late on Fridays and Saturdays, the top floor and roof terrace turn into a proper disco club dance space. The restaurant has changed hands a few times and I have been told it is good again,. The bar snacks are fantastic (but pricey) there is a fantastic range of beers and wines but again, they're pricey. Great for a hot date if you want a bit of glamour, the odd celebrity and some relaxed sophistication in a civilised oasis smack bang in the centre of London Touristville. Obviously you can also get trashed to hell and dance half-naked and they won't tell the papers OR your mum,or mention it to you at all the next time you're there. Briliant