Sanctum Club was a private club in Beverly Hills, California.
From 2013 to 2015, the Club existed to serve the social and entertainment needs of its members and their guests by maintaining the highest standards of excellence in all endeavors. That is no longer the case.
The pillars of privacy, safety, and exploration, that sustained the Club have crumbled.
In 2015, to placate the Founder’s fragile ego, Sanctum Club underwent a silly name change to Snctm, and has morphed into a spectacular embarrassment. Under the direction of its Creative Director, the Club went from a magical place into a rather tacky and grimy swingers party.
No longer are intimate “moments” created. These days, the events are akin to a college house party, with slightly better booze. Even the midnight performance has turned into a rehash of the latest trend on Pornhub, and in cheaply made costumes to boot.
In what seems like an appeal to the lowest common denominator, Snctm willingly participated in a scripted reality TV show and is now even sending coupon codes for membership. It goes without saying that the standards for admission have diminished; the application has become a mere facade of exclusivity. Everyone who applies now gets in; you only have to attend a recent event to see that this is true.
When news sources explicitly state that the Founder mentioned the names of past celebrity guests to press, apparently to draw “oohs and ahhs,” it is plain to see that the promise of privacy and discretion is false. By the way, they stopped attending, as well as a number of Dominus members. The curiously new ultra-exclusive” VKB, or Violet Key Benefactor, membership is a scam. There is no “fraternal order.” The trust is gone.
Despite what Yelp says (yes, there is even a Yelp account for this “private club” with false reviews), Snctm is no longer an “elite club,” nor has the cachet to even operate in Beverly Hills. Instead, it has now taken up residence at the much dated, Millenium Biltmore Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.