MADYA PRADESH – Central Provinces Club Nagpur


Founded in the year 1901 the Central Provinces Club is the oldest club of central India, located in Civil Lines, Nagpur. The 9 acre main Club Campus houses lush green lawns, Club House, Tennis Courts, Badminton Courts, Cottages, Rooms, Downtown and 1901 venues.

The main Club House is an old colonial building, which hosts members & their families. The Club House includes sporting & recreation facilities such as Gymnasium & Spa, Sqaush, Swimming, Table Tennis, Billiard’s & Card Room.

MEGHALAYA – Shillong Club


Established in 1878, The Shillong Club is recognized as one of the oldest clubs in India that offers the right base for leisure and business with an ambience of rich Indian Heritage. Located in the heart of the Town’s capital in Meghalaya, the Club has successfully maintained the tradition and culture despite the constant transitional phase since the establishment.

Starting from the basic range of club facilities back then, the Club has grown as a premier provider of modern comprehensive facilities at a Club that people seek for. Keeping in mind the areas of tourist attractions in Shillong, the Club offers the best fun and leisure activities that our Club members and guests show interest in. From starting your day with a golf match to hanging out in a bar with friends and family in the evening, you can have all the luxuries that a stay at the Club can offer.

PUNE – Poona Club


The Poona Club Ltd, one of the oldest and most prestigious clubs in the country, has a glorious 131 years history dating back to 1886. The list of founder patrons of the Poona Gymkhana was a compilation of the who’s who of the 1880s, the Aga Khan, Maharajas of Jodhpur and Rajpipla, The Gaikwad of Baroda, Sir Dorab Tata, Sir Cusrow Wadia, Sir Victor Sassoon, The Nawab of Junagad and a few other very highly decorated and renowned dignitaries.

The club spans 3 locations – the Main Club on thirteen and half acres of land, the Swimming Pool and Squash Court Complex on two and half acres and the Golf Course on 96 acres, all in prime areas in the heart of the city.

The Club also has 18 Deluxe Residential Double Rooms with catering and laundry facilities.  There are three restaurants providing choicest multi cuisines, four permit rooms, a bakery and a Club Shop for daily needs.

POLLIBETA – Bamboo Club


Bamboo Club, which derived its name on account of the bamboo forests and the southern part of Coorg being known as the Bamboo district. The Club was started by coffee planters in keeping with the British tradition. The Club is now over 130 years old and continues to maintain its rich heritage and plantation culture.

The cottages at Bamboo Club, built overlooking the coffee plantations and the tennis courts, gives an overwhelming sense of serenity. Every room has attached a bath with hot and cold water, television and wifi. The Club has a full fledged kitchen with an experienced chef for your sumptuous meal requirements, be it Indian, Chinese, Continental or the local Coorg cuisine.

PATNA – Bankipore Club


Bankipore Club was established in the year 1865 on the bank of River Ganges at Patna, Bihar and its Founder Secretary was J.P.W.Johnstion.

The Bankipore Club, first in unified Bihar and also the second oldest club in the eastern India, is one of the few remaining legacies of the British Raj and has had its moments of glory. Legendary writer E.M. Forster who stayed at the Club, gave a shadow reference to it in his famous novel A Passage to India as Chandrapore Club.

The club is affiliated to many of the topmost clubs across the country and is also affiliated with India club at Dubai. The Club has one air-conditioned restaurant and one canteen and also multiple individual counters to serve members and guest multi-cuisine food at reasonable prices. The Club has multiple sports facilities including Swimming Pool, Gymnasium, squash court, billiards & snooker, card room , bridge room and a children’s play zone. It also provides yoga training to it’s members. The century old library is star attraction of the club with an assortment of old and rare books and also books from recent times.

KERALA STATE – High Range Club Munnar


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.

PUNE – Royal Connaught Boat 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


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

LUDHIANA – 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.

COONOOR – Coonoor Club

A lovely old colonial-style planters’ club in the Nilgiri Hills, established in 1885. Facilities include a dining room, bar, library, billiards room, tennis courts, bridge room and bedrooms.