The Phoenix Club
About The Phoenix Club
While the Phoenix Club calls itself a Private Members Swingers Club, no UKP members have ever reported any couples or single women attending. In reality it is a pure sex party. Membership is required to attend the parties. but this is granted promptly. People wishing to join this club are required to email their name, mobile number and agree to the club rules. They are then given a membership number, which must be quoted on all bookings.
The Phoenix Club operates from a central London venue close to public transport. The parties, which are set to a fixed schedule from Monday to Saturdays, last two hours and plan for 6 working girls. If less than 10 men attend, there may be 5 or fewer. The club states that they will accept male guests to a maximum ratio of 2:1. However since they run typically 17 parties a week, their scale may out do all other parties combined.
Attendance is strictly by prior telephone booking only.
Bookings and enquiries 07748 903868 / 07748 964653
The Phoenix Club does not charge annual membership fee, instead club members are asked to share the cost of hosting of the events. Club parties are advertised with a contribution “cap” which is displayed on their schedule page. The Club operates a VIP scheme for those members who attend on a more regular basis.
The Phoenix Club’s current management states on their website that they come from a “swinging background and with experience at hosting parties stretching back over 15 years”. They previously ran the successful Lady Marmalade Parties (LMP) who were highly regarded until their closure in November 2014. Unlike The Phoenix, however, LMP was not a swingers club. It was known as a sex parties club which required no membership from people wishing to attend their parties.
Also unlike The Phoenix, LMP’s parties usually had a minimum of 7 hostesses per party as opposed to 6 at The Phoenix Club.
Like The Phoenix Club, LMP used to run a loyalty scheme, whereby guests who attended their parties regularly could apply for a loyalty/reward card, which would entitle them to reduced contribution fees.
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