Featured Reciprocal Club's

4th Floor Bar v1A2 The University Club of San Francisco
San Francisco.  The name conjures up many images: cable cars, Fisherman’s Wharf, Nob Hill, Union Square, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, the 1906 earthquake, Chinatown, Cliff House, North Beach, Victorian houses, Lombard Street, Coit Tower, Tony Bennett singing “I Left my Heart in San Francisco,” the Maltese Falcon, the gold rush days, the Top of the Mark, and Wells Fargo.  And nearby are so many world famous attractions, such as: the Napa and Sonoma wine country, Marin County, Silicon...
047A1197 1 resized2 The National Club Toronto
Founded in 1874, The National Club is one of the leading business and social clubs in Toronto, with a membership comprised of prominent professionals in the business community including sectors such as banking, insurance, investment, marketing, retail, law, finance, and the ever-growing technology sector. Featuring renowned service and outstanding facilities, the club meets both the personal and business needs of its members, their spouses and guests.A designated historic site, the current clubh...
main stairsFC608D89A635 The Naval Club
We are within a few minutes walk of Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, Oxford Street, West End Theatres, Covent Garden.The Naval Club's home is a classic London town house, built in the early eighteenth century as part of the exclusive new Mayfair development. At that time, the house included outbuildings and stables in Waverton Street.One of the first occupants of the house was the Earl of Chatham, brother of William Pitt the Younger.In the nineteenth century, the building was enlarged at the rear t...
RSC exterior shot The Royal Scots Club
History of the ClubDuring the last dark days of the First World War, an idea came to an Officer in The Royal Scots. His name was Lord Henry Scott and he was the younger son of the 6th Duke of Buccleuch. From his experience in the War, he had come to realise that it was not necessary to be of noble birth to be a gentleman. He resolved that, after the War, he would try to raise a sum of money to create in Edinburgh a gentleman’s Club for all ranks of the regiment in memory of its Fallen, whose n...
Outside1 3 The Canterbury Club
The Canterbury Club was established in 1872 by a group of twenty prominent Christchurchbusinessmen to provide a haven in the city for men mostly of mercantile character. The CanterburyClub provided a venue where gentlemen could meet, discuss business affairs and socialise. Today theclub takes pride in providing its members the finest services and facilities and maintains a welcomingfeeling of relaxed privacy for the men and women from the civic, professional and business circleswho make up the c...
Front Cover Option 3 The In & Out (Naval and Military Club)
Welcome to The In & Out The In & Out (Naval and Military Club) is a St James’s private members club for ladies and gentlemen, and officers of the Armed Forces. In many ways the Club is a very pleasing dichotomy, offering its Members, and their guests, a place of calm and sanctuary but is renowned for its vibrant socialising and entertainment.An historic, elegant building in St James's Square, the Clubhouse also has two faces ... the front entrance being formal and in keeping with the...
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The United Service Club Queensland was established in 1892 for officers of the Queensland Defence Force. The Club catered exclusively for military officers until 1974, when eligibility for membership was broadened to include the wider professional community of Brisbane. The current Club buildings, Montpelier and the Green House were built at the turn of the 20th century. Montpelier was originally a private guest house and the Green House was home to a doctor’s surgery and residence. Purchased...
313ceec1a50f3bbd8232caaff427b7d4 The Royal Air Force Club -London
Located in London’s Mayfair, The Royal Air Force Club offers luxurious and peaceful surroundings to serving and former serving officers of the RAF and Allied Air Forces. Founded in 1918 and opening its doors in 1922, striking aviation artwork lines the walls, along with a specially designed RAF inspired stained glass window and unique squadron badge corridor. With over 90 bedrooms, conference and banqueting facilities, a Study and a Library, the Club’s historic interior has been enhanced to...
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The Royal Automobile Club is one of the world’s foremost private members’ clubs, offering first-class facilities across two distinctly different clubhouses, built on the foundation of being the United Kingdom’s oldest motoring organisation.The Pall Mall clubhouse, set in the heart of the St James’s area of London, provides a welcoming sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the capital city. There are a variety of culinary experiences to indulge yourself in, from, fine dining in the refu...
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