MUNNAR – High Range Club Munnar

*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Founded in 1905 and located a stone’s throw from Munnar, with six acres of vibrant gardens and a river forming its natural boundary facilities include, a nine-hole golf course, billiards, table tennis, gym, squash and tennis courts, trekking, and a well-stocked library. Accommodation consists of rooms and cottages and 15% discount will be given for bookings of 3 nights. Letter of introduction and membership cards required. Guests restricted to immediate family only.

MAHARASTRA – Royal Connaught Boat Club

*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Located on the banks of rivers Mula and Mutha, the Club was established in 1868. Facilities include accommodation, restaurant, bar, terrace, a state of the art health club, swimming pool, tennis courts, boating, rowing, (small charge applies). Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction required

MADHYA PRADESH – The Yeshwant Club

*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Established in 1934 with 14 acres, the Club offers a blend of culture, sports and entertainment. Facilities include accommodation, badminton, squash and tennis courts, table tennis, two swimming pools, billiards and snooker, bridge room, gym, health club and library. The restaurant offers international cuisine and a bar and outdoor terrace also feature. Opening hours 06.00 -24.00. Open 7 days a week.
Letter of introduction. No guests allowed

PUNJAB – Lodhi Club

Founded in 1996. Centrally situated in 2.5 acres of land. Open daily. Facilities include a bar, banqueting rooms, indoor/outdoor dining, swimming pool, spa, gym and tennis.  NLC membership card and letter of introduction required. No guests except family members. Reciprocal members may visit 4 days/month or 40 days /year except Sat & Sun.

AHMEDABAD – Piyush Palace Club

The Piyush Palace Club opened in 2013 and is situated 30 kilometres south of Ahmedabad. An historic building in Indian Rajputana style, recently restored in a contemporary and minimalistic manner.

JAIPUR – The Golden Days Club

A new club est. in 2005 and built in colonial style. Facilities include a bar, dining hall, conference & banqueting facilities, swimming pool, billiards room, table tennis hall and skating rink.

BANGALORE – Bangalore Club

Established in 1868. Facilities include several restaurants, coffee room, bar, t.v room, rummy & bridge rooms, library, badminton, tennis, gymnasium, health club, swimming pool, sauna, squash, billiards, grocery shopping facilities, hairdressers/barbers & beauty salon and children’s play area.

JAISALMER – Jaisal Club

Established in 1932. The club has dining, bar & conference facilities, lounge, card room, terrace, library, laundry, children’s play area, communication centre, swimming pool, golf & other sports facilities, gym & health club and gardens.

JODHPUR – Umed Club

Founded in 1922. Facilities include dining rooms, cocktail bar, terrace, garden restaurant, library, garden and lawns, conference hall, lounge, television room, theatre screen, gymnasium, tennis, squash, badminton, roller-skating, table tennis, billiards/snooker, swimming, cards, carrom/chess, tombola, special events and children’s park.