The Prince's Club, Knightsbridge - drawing; ink; watercolour

The Princes Club was a members-only sports and health establishment for gentlemen. It first opened in 1854 on a site now occupied by Hans Place. Following a two-year closure it re-established itself in 1888 at 197 Knightsbridge. The Princes Club offered two tennis courts and two rackets (later squash) courts; two bowling alleys, a Turkish bath, various clubrooms and an Oak Room. The club enjoyed royal patronage and its courts hosted a number of famous tennis matches. Margaret Hall recorded the premises in the mid-1940s, just before the building was demolished to make way for flats.
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Hall, M. P.
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