ADELAIDE – The Adelaide Club
Situated in the heart of the city within walking distance of the Museum, Art Gallery, theatres, shops, restaurants, Torrens River and parklands. Private function rooms, air-conditioned en suite bedrooms, Library, internet, bar, snooker/billiards, laundry, office facilities, tennis, squash, swimming pool & parking.
BRISBANE – Brisbane Club
Founded in 1903, the Brisbane Club is one of Australia’s premier clubs and is situated in the heart of the Brisbane business district. Facilities include dining room, lounge and bar, snooker/billiard tables, gym, business centre with wifi and private function rooms. Closed weekends and public holidays.
BRISBANE – United Services Club
Established in 1892, the clubhouse dates from the turn of the 20th century. Located near commercial centres, public transport, shops and theatres, the club is open all year except public holidays and a 3 week period over Christmas. Facilities include a bar, dining room, private dining & meeting rooms, bedrooms, terrace, reading room and library with wifi, snooker/billiards and parking.
CANBERRA – University House
University House was opened in 1954. Situated in a garden setting on the University campus, within walking distance of Lake Burley Griffin, the Australian National Museum and the centre of Canberra, the House is close to the Academy of Science and Canberra Schools of Music and Art.
MELBOURNE – Kelvin Club
The Kelvin Club was established in 1865 and is now housed in a former warehouse which was previously used as a recording studio by ABC. Whilst respecting its traditions, the Club builds new partnerships with business and charities, ensuring a positive community impact.
MELBOURNE – Royal Automobile Club of Victoria
Formed in 1903 and located in the heart of Melbourne close to shops, theatres, museums and art galleries. Facilities include 112 luxury accommodation rooms, restaurant, bars, business centre, card room, gymnasium, indoor pool, squash courts, day spa, billiard room, private dining & meeting rooms, car park and a library. There is also a Country Club located about 1.5 hours out of Melbourne in the picturesque Yarra Valley
NEWCASTLE – Newcastle Club
Established in 1885 and located in Newcastle CBD with a view across Newcastle harbour. Facilities include meeting & banqueting rooms, bedrooms and dining.
SYDNEY – City Tattersalls Club
Founded 1895, it is primarily a business, sporting and gaming Club based in the heart of downtown Sydney. Originally connected with horse racing, the Club still holds 2 race meetings per year. Situated in the central business district with magnificent views over Hyde Park.
SYDNEY – Royal Automobile Club of Australia
Established in 1903 in a heritage listed building on Circular Quay, overlooking Sydney Harbour and Opera House. Open 7 days/week. Facilities include accommodation, business centre, meeting rooms, restaurant & bar facilities, athletic club with sauna & steam room and a billiard and reading room. Reciprocal members may also attend social events. Guests allowed.
SYDNEY – Tattersalls Club
The oldest and most prestigious private club in Australia. Founded 1858 by the Sydney bookmaking fraternity and located in the centre of the business district, overlooking the beautiful Hyde Park.
WAGGA WAGGA – Riverine Club
The Riverine Club was established in 1881 in the centre of Wagga Wagga and is located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. Closed on weekends.
REITH BEI KITZBÜHEL – Kitzbühel Country Club
The club is located in the beautiful scenery of the Tyrolean Mountains, in the heart of Austria. Facilities include a bar & lounge, restaurant, business centre, fitness centre, swimming pool, sauna, cinema, children’s room, bedroom accommodation, function rooms and cigar lounge.
MANAMA – The British Club
Founded in 1935, Facilities include a dining room, bars, coffee shop, large multi-purpose hall, health club, library, swimming pool, snooker room, private meeting & dining rooms and squash & tennis courts.
BRIDGETOWN – The Barbados Yacht Club
Founded in 1924, facilities include dining, billiards, tennis, sailing, swimming, reception and meeting facilities.
BRUSSELS – Cercle de Lorraine
Opened in 1998 in the Château Fond’Roy and established on the initiative of a group of private partners, the club is located near the Forêt de Soignes within a ‘stones throw’ of the centre of Brussels and the Louise quarter.
GENT – International Club of Flanders
Located in the former St Peters Abbey which was built in the 10th Century, the Club was incorporated in 1967.
LIÉGE – Société Littéraire Liège
Founded in 1779. The facade of the Clubhouse dates from 1787, but due to a fire the interior dates from 1859. Located in the heart of Liège. Closed on weekends.
LA PAZ – Circulo de la Unión
The Circulo de la Unión is located in central downtown La Paz and was founded in 1932. Closed Weekends & public holidays.
SOFIA – The Residence Exclusive Club
The only private club of its kind in Bulgaria and housed in a neo-baroque style house.
PHNOM PENH – The Vault Club
The Vault Club is located in the heart of the city close to the financial district and is housed in a beautifully renovated French colonial villa that was built at the turn of the 19th century.
ALBERTA – Cypress Club of Medicine Hat
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Established in 1903 the Cypress Club is a gracious two-storey building with turn-of-the-century décor. Facilities include lounge, bar, dining room, private meeting room, secluded patio. Non-residential but will assist with hotel accommodation. Open Monday to Friday. Closed weekends. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required. Guests allowed.
ALBERTA – The Ranchmen’s Club
One of western Canada’s oldest private clubs founded in 1891. Facilities include heated underground parking, informal and formal dining, bar, billiards room, library, reading rooms, lounge, banqueting and meeting rooms. Closed on Sundays.
BRITISH COLUMBIA – Terminal City Club
The Club occupies a modern, multi-functional high-rise in the heart of Vancouver’s financial district. Its past and present members include some of the city’s biggest movers and shakers. There is no better place in Vancouver to meet people and make connections that can have a lasting impact upon you, your business, and the city itself.
BRITISH COLUMBIA – The Union Club of British Columbia
Founded in 1879, the Club’s elegant building and facilities reflect its extraordinary history and traditions. Situated in the heart of downtown Victoria, adjacent to the Inner Harbor.
BRITISH COLUMBIA – The Vancouver Club
Founded in 1889 and located downtown in the heart of the business district, within minutes of the shops, theatres, art galleries and restaurants.
MANITOBA – Manitoba Club
Founded in 1874, the oldest Club in Western Canada has been located on Broadway in downtown Winnipeg since 1905.
NOVA SCOTIA – The Halifax Club
Established in 1862 the Halifax club offers guests fine and casual dining options, a bar, social events, and networking activities. Open Monday to Friday and at weekends by arrangement. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required. Guests allowed.
ONTARIO – Rideau Club
Founded in 1865 and situated in the centre of Ottawa, with panoramic views of Parliament Hill and the Gatineau hills. Closed on Sundays and public holidays.
ONTARIO – The National Club
One of Toronto’s oldest and largest business and social clubs. Located in the heart of Toronto’s downtown business district. Closed at the weekend and on public holidays.
ONTARIO – Windsor Club
One of the oldest private business clubs in Canada, established in 1903. Closed on Monday and Sunday and on public holidays.
QUÉBEC – The Forest & Stream Club
Founded in 1884 and located on the island of Montreal, Québec, in a beautiful lakeside setting. Closed Sunday and Monday and on public holidays.
SASKATCHEWAN – The Saskatoon Club
Established in 1907 and located in the heart of the business district. Closed Sunday and on public holidays.
PUNTA ARENAS – Club de la Uniόn of Punta Arenas
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Established in 1960, the Club is located in the heart of Punta Arenas in a French neo-classical mansion, which was declared a National Monument in 1981. Facilities include accommodation, bar, restaurant, garden. Open Monday – Saturday from 18.30 – 0300. Letter of introduction required. Guests allowed.
SANTIAGO – Club de la Unión
Founded in 1864, the club is located in the centre of Santiago and covers 6 floors. It has also been declared a National Monument. Facilities include dining rooms and bars, poolrooms, billiards and snooker, a terrace, private rooms, library, swimming pool sauna and gym. Closed on weekends.
BEIJING – Beijing Riviera Country Club
A tastefully designed modern building with exclusive leisure facilities in the greenbelt area of the capital, only10 mins drive from Beijing Int. Airport. Closed Sunday.
BEIJING – Capital Club
Founded in 1994 and close to the Embassy area and CBD. Facilities include bar, Chinese & Western dining rooms, private meeting rooms, library, music room, swimming pool, sauna, billiards room, bowling alley, squash courts, gym, table tennis and tennis court.
SHANGHAI – Roosevelt Club
The Roosevelt Club is the crown jewel of The House of Roosevelt located on a members-only floor. The original wooden flooring, the crystal chandeliers, and the Greek mosaics present a classic setting where you can indulge in the breathtaking view of Pudong and the Huangpu River. The Cigar Lounge is a hidden treasure as well as a dining room, sports bar and other multi-function rooms.
SHANGHAI – Shanghai Racquet Club
Situated just outside the urban area of Shanghai, but within easy reach of Hongqiao International Airport.
GUAYAQUIL – Club de la Unión
Founded in 1869. Facilities include bar, restaurant, events lounges, ballroom, reading room, library, sauna, steam room and a barber. Closed Sunday.
CAIRO – Cairo Capital Club
Cairo’s first city club, it is located on the top 3 floors of one of the most modern high-rises in the heart of Cairo’s financial and Embassy quarter. Situated in a very quiet and exclusive residential area, the club boasts 290 degree panoramic views.
PARIS – Cercle de l’Union Interalliée
Founded in 1917, this elegant Club is one of the most beautiful on the NLC’s list and is situated in an exquisitely restored and maintained stately home that was originally built in 1747.
BERLIN – International Club Berlin
Founded in 1994, the International Club Berlin (former British Officers’ Club) has a fine club house with very British décor. Facilities include outdoor tennis courts, open-air heated swimming pool with bar and relaxation area, restaurant & various meeting rooms.
COLOGNE – Rotonda Business Club
Located in the only round office building in Cologne near the main station and close to businesses and commercial district. The Club stages a wide range of events every month, including art presentations, talks, discussion evenings on matters political, business related and cultural.
DÜSSELDORF – Wirtschaftsclub Düsseldorf
Founded by Düsseldorf entrepreneurs and based on the English club model, the club opened in 2003. It is located on the fashionable Königsallee, Düsseldorf’s exclusive shopping street in the heart of the city that is the regional capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. Closed weekends and public holidays.
FRANKFURT – Airport Club
Founded 30 years ago and located at Frankfurt Airport, the Airport Club is a private business club. Closed Weekends.
FRANKFURT – Union International Club
Located in a beautiful, tastefully modernised villa in the heart of Frankfurt’s diplomatic district, near to the botanical gardens, trade fair complex and main station and 10 mins walk from the city centre.
HAMBURG – Business Club Hamburg
The Club house was built in 1909 and overlooks the River Elbe and is surrounded by a park which has links to the poet Heinrich Heine.
HONG KONG – Kowloon Cricket Club
Established 1904 as an oasis of green in the heart of Kowloon’s concrete jungle. Facilities include, restaurant, main bar, coffee shop and various sports including badminton, basketball, cricket, snooker, bowling, aerobics, squash, tennis, swimming, fitness centre & sauna.
HONG KONG – The Foreign Correspondents’ Club
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club is probably the most famous press club in the world. Housed in a beautiful and historic central location and formed in China during the turbulent war-torn 1940s by a small group of foreign journalists who wanted a club house to meet, the FCC moved to Hong Kong from Shanghai in 1949 and has been at its current historic grade 2 listed Ice House location since 1982.
HONG KONG – The Helena May
The Helena May is a Club for women which also welcomes male associate members. It was established in 1916 by Lady Helena May who was the wife of the Governor, Sir Henry May, with the object of promoting the welfare of women and girls in Hong Kong and is centrally located on Hong Kong Island in a colonial style building. Closed Sundays & public holidays.
BUDAPEST – Brody House
Set over 3 floors in a rough luxe neoclassical building dating from the 1850s. It is located just off Andrássy Avenue, a few minutes walk from ‘Oktogon’ tram station. Closed Sundays.
AGRA – Agra Club
Founded in 1863, The Agra Club has multi-cuisine restaurants and bars. The Club also boasts sports facilities for Golf, Tennis, Swimming, Squash, Cricket, Badminton and Croquet as well as being equipped with a Dance Floor and Gymnasium.
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.
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.
BANGALORE – Century Club
Established in 1913 the Club is situated in the Cubbon-Park and has lush green surroundings.
CHENNAI/MADRAS – Cosmopolitan Club
Established 1873 and situated at the heart of the city on Anna-Salari. Reciprocal members may not take guests except wives, sons under 18yrs & unmarried daughters.
CHENNAI/MADRAS – Madras Boat Club
Established 1867. Centrally situated in an exclusive district of Chennai on the banks of the River Adyar.
CHENNAI/MADRAS – Presidency Club
Founded in 1929, The Presidency Club has been one of progress and growth situated in the heart of Chennai. To this day they are among the most exclusive Clubs in Chennai. Despite this aura of exclusivity, the membership is humbled with a strong sense of family and a proud desire to offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
COCHIN – Lotus Club
An Art Deco Club founded in 1931. Situated near the coast and close to the main train stations. Open all year, 6am to 11pm. Facilities include restaurant, bar, billiards, badminton & tennis courts, card rooms, lounge, parking, library and business lounge.
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.
GOA – Clube Tennis de Gaspar Dias
The Clube Tennis de Gaspar Dias is situated in a prime location on Goa’s most attractive Miramar Beach. The Club boasts an impressive Club House where members can play a variety of indoor games including Cards, Table Tennis, Billiards, Snooker as well as enjoying facilities for outdoor sports.
GREATER NOIDA – The Stellar Gymkhana
Facilities include a multi-cuisine restaurant, bar, swimming pool, gym & health club, library, cards room, billiards & pool, tennis, squash & badminton courts, conference & banqueting halls and guest rooms.
JAIPUR – Emerald Garden Club
A new club in the heart of Jaipur, established in 2004. Facilities include a restaurant, banquet halls, lounge bar, reading room, swimming pool, gymnasium, billiards, badminton, squash court, Jacuzzi, steam room, card room, children’s play area, cinema and deluxe bedrooms.
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.
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.
KOLKATA/CALCUTTA – Calcutta Club
Facilities include solar heated swimming pool, health club, tennis, badminton, card room and snooker/billiards. No accommodation for ladies, but can dine and attend private functions if accompanied by a gentleman.
KOLKATA/CALCUTTA – Calcutta Rowing Club
Founded in 1858 by the British rowing fraternity, in the heart of south Kolkata near the Rabindra Sarobar Lake.
KOLKATA/CALCUTTA – The Bengal Club
Founded in 1827 and located near the central business district.
KOLKATA/CALCUTTA – The Saturday Club
Founded 1875 and moved to present location 1900 in the heart of the city, a short walk from Park Street.
KOLKATA/CALCUTTA – Tollygunge Club
Founded in 1895, the Tollygunge Club was a meeting ground for British Merchants and bankers, who sought refuge from sweltering city heat. It is the first country club of its kind in India with a unique collection of flora and fauna, some of which are rare enough to be found in a botanical garden.
LUCKNOW – Oudh Gymkhana Club
Established in 1933. Facilities include accommodation, dining and bar facilities, t.v. room, conference halls and sports amenities (tennis, card room, table tennis, billiards & snooker).
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
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
MANGALORE – Mangalore Club
Founded in 1876 by British Officers, the Mangalore Club has a quaint old world charm and is set in a scenic location, situated on the northern bank of the River Netravati, surrounded by pristine beaches, lush green coconut and arcca groves.
MUMBAI/BOMBAY – Royal Bombay Yacht Club
Founded in 1846, the oldest and most majestic yacht club in Asia and located opposite the Gateway of India.
MUMBAI/BOMBAY – The Willingdon Sports Club
Located centrally, near to the Mahalaxml Race Course, the Santacruz and Sahar airports and the Bombay Central Railway Station.
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.
NEW DELHI – Delhi Gymkhana Club
Facilities include card rooms, billiards, library, swimming, badminton, tennis, squash, beauty parlour, health club and barber shop.
PUNE – PYC Hindu Gymkhana
Established in 1906. PYC (Poona Young Cricketers) Hindu Gymkhana was founded to raise awareness of cricket and other sports among young people.
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.
SECUNDERABAD – Secunderabad Club
Established in 1878 and is one of the five oldest clubs in India. Facilities include 31 bedrooms, lounge, tv room, dining room, bar, library, reading room, internet, swimming pool, tennis, badminton, billiards squash, basketball, children’s playground and a health club.
WELLINGTON – Wellington Gymkhana Club
A stunningly elegant military club established in 1873, situated in the lush rolling hills of the Nilgiris and surrounded by a golf course and tea plantations. Facilities include a 18 hole golf course, Health & Fitness centre, tennis courts, Cards Room, Billiard Room, Bars, Dining Hall, Lounges, Verandah and Residential Cottages.
JAKARTA – Mercantile Athletic Club
Located at the top of the World Trade Centre Building, in the city’s Sudirman Business District Area. Established in 1992 and combines a city dining club with a sophisticated athletic club.
DUBLIN – Royal Dublin Society Members Club
Founded in 1731 and situated between Donnybrook and Ballsbridge, 10 mins drive from Trinity College and the city centre.
DUBLIN – The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club
Established in 1840 and housed in a Georgian building dated 1756, in the oldest of the great Dublin squares in the heart of the city. Closed weekends.
MILAN – DO7 Eco Club House
Boutique business club located in the heart of Brera, Milan. Facilities include restaurants, bar, sky terrace, meeting rooms & workspaces, bedrooms, cloakroom/changing room and private dining.
KOBE – Kobe Club
Founded 1869. Facilities include dining room, members’ bar, private meeting/function/banquets facilities, swimming pool, poolside bar, barbecue, squash, sauna, billiard room, and activities room.
TOKYO – Tokyo American Club
Founded 1928. Facilities include informal and formal dining rooms, grill room & bar, private dining and meeting rooms, squash, fitness centre/gymnasium, swimming pool, library, card room, spa, childcare centre & business centre.
YOKOHAMA – Yokohama Country and Athletic Club
Founded 1868, it moved to its present site (covering 33,000 square metres) in 1912. Located 15 minutes from city centre and 45-60 minutes from Tokyo, it is part of the oldest international community in Japan.
LUXEMBOURG – Cercle Munster
Founded in 1984 The Club is located in the city centre under the shadow of the Vauban fortifications on the banks of the Alzette.
KUALA LUMPUR – Royal Lake Club Kuala Lumpur
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Founded in 1890, the Club is centrally located in Kuala Lumpur amidst the luscious and green Lake Gardens in the shadow of Parliament. Recreation and dining facilities include tennis, squash and badminton courts, aerobics room, gym, two swimming pools, billiards room, library, theatre, cigar room, barbershop, hair salon, beauty salon, garden café, bar, casual and formal dining. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction required. Guests allowed.
PENANG – Penang Club
Founded in 1868, the current Clubhouse was built in 1964. The Club is located on the seafront in the centre of Georgetown.
SARAWAK – The Sarawak Club
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Established in 1876, The Sarawak Club is situated atop one of the highest points in the heart of Kuching City. Facilities include tennis and squash courts, basketball court, swimming pool and terrace, a steam bath, and a gym. The restaurant specialises in Chinese delicacies, the bar offers casual dining. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card.
SEREMBAN – Royal Sungei Ujong Club
Founded 1887 by British Government representatives and planters, this exclusive Club is the 2nd oldest in West Malaysia and still caters largely to the “crème de la crème”.
MARSA – Marsa Sports Club
Founded 1901. Facilities include an open-air restaurant, bar, dining room, coffee and snack bar, TV lounge, reading room, 2 golf courses, mini-golf, polo, Kentucky-style trotting track and riding stables, indoor and outdoor cricket pitches, 18 tennis courts, 5 squash courts, gymnasium, outdoor swimming and pool bar (both Summer only), rugby, archery, soccer, billiards, cards, private beach and children’s play complex including bar, television, billiards and table tennis.
SLIEMA – The Malta Union Club
Founded 1826. Facilities include Bar, restaurant, cafeteria, billiards, squash, tennis, bridge, petanque, skittles and darts.
VALETTA – Casino Maltese
Established in 1852, the premises it occupies were originally built by the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem, Rhodes and Malta in the seventeenth century and used as the accounting branch of their Treasury. The large entrance hall leads to a majestic staircase that branches off into two. The spacious landing on the first floor leads to the two main reception areas: The Ballroom and the Presidents Room. Beyond the Ballroom lie the Dining Room, overlooking St George’s Square and the smaller Princess Room so named after the visit to the club of Queen Elizabeth II when she was still a princess.
MEXICO CITY – University Club of Mexico
The University Club of Mexico boasts excellent surroundings to eat, drink,relax and work. On the walls of this exclusive club, you can find rotating work of arts by contemporary local and international artists and can attend exclusive exhibition openings in the presence of the artist themselves.
AUCKLAND – The Northern Club
Founded 1869, the first New Zealand club to welcome ladies as full members. 4-storey quarrystone building originally designed as a hotel. Situated within walking distance of main shopping area, Aotea Centre and Devenport Ferry base. Closed weekends.
CHRISTCHURCH – Canterbury Club
Established in 1872, a small Club in a fine wooden building resembling a large country homestead, it has an intimate and homely atmosphere.
DUNEDIN – The Dunedin Club
Established in 1858 and housed since the 1870’s in a mansion built by one of the city’s founding fathers. Situated near the commercial centre, shops and theatres, the Club looks like a rather grand Scottish house complete with very homely furnishings and pictures.
INVERCARGILL – The Invercargill Club
Established 1879. Facilities include bedrooms, bar & lounge, private meeting & dining rooms and snooker tables.
NAPIER – Hawke’s Bay Club
Founded 1863. Second-oldest club in New Zealand, the clubhouse is a registered Historic Places Trust building based near the sea, commercial centre, shops and theatres; only the billiard room remains of the original building, the present Clubhouse being built in 1906. Men only. Closed Sundays.
WELLINGTON – The Wellington Club
This Club is New Zealand’s oldest private club. Founded in 1841, it now owns an elegant seven-storey building on the same Terrace site as the previous two clubhouses, near the commercial centre, parliament, shops and theatres. The present building was opened in February 1990 by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh who is an Honorary member.
OSLO – Shippingsklubben
Founded in 1957, The Shippingklubben’s goal is to arrange lectures and conferences with well-known people from business, politics, school and social life, primarily aimed at the maritime activities in Ålesund and the surrounding area.
FAISALABAD – The Chenab Club
Established in 1910 and located in the heart of Faisalabad which is the 3rd largest city of Pakistan. Facilities include lounges, dining hall, library, bedrooms, card room, gymnasium, tennis, badminton & squash courts and a swimming pool.
ISLAMABAD – Islamabad Club
Established 1979, the Club is well planned with beautiful natural surroundings.
KARACHI – Karachi Gymkhana
Facilities include dining room, snack bar, swimming, tennis, squash, cricket, billiards, badminton, table tennis, bridge, sauna and library.
LAHORE – Lahore Gymkhana
Over a hundred years old, the Club was originally based in the now-named Jinnah Gardens. Situated in 72 lush green acres it is located 4 Kms from the airport, and within walking distance of Lahore Cantt railway station.
QUETTA – Quetta Club
Founded 1879 and established in 1891. Located in a peaceful 17-acre estate.
MAKATI CITY – Manila Club
The oldest private members’ social club in the Philippines. It has a documented history since 1877 but was probably founded around 1832.
LISBON – Circulo Eça de Queiroz
Founded in 1940. Situated in a quiet area of central Lisbon. Closed weekends.
LISBON – Grémio Literário
Founded in 1846 and located near the Opera House in a well-known area of Old Lisbon.
PORTO – Club Portuense
Established 1857 this elegant Club is situated in the centre of Oporto.
PORTO – Clube Fenianos Portuenses
Founded in 1904 and situated in the heart of the city with a terrace overlooking City Hall and central avenue of Porto. Open Monday-Saturday 1pm- 12midnight. Closed on Sundays and bank holidays. Non-residential but local hotels offer accommodation. Facilities include dining room and bar, billiards / snooker room, Ballroom and Latin dance classes, Theatre school, library, TV room and WiFi.
SIMPSON BAY BRIDGE – The Sint Maarten Yacht Club
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Established in 1980, the Sint Maarten Yacht Club provides the opportunity to sail in some of the world’s best sailing conditions with great winds and beautiful waters. Private and group lessons. Boats are available when not needed by the Sailing School. Facilities include restaurant, bar and assistance can be given in obtaining accommodation. Letter of introduction required. Guests allowed too.
SINGAPORE – Raffles Marina
Founded in 1994, the premier marina on West End Singapore. Open daily. Facilities include accommodation, banqueting rooms, restaurant & bar facilities, swimming pool, jacuzzi, mega yacht hub. Valid NLC Card & Letter of Introduction required.
SINGAPORE – Singapore Cricket Club
Established in 1852 and located at the centre of the city’s colonial area, near Raffles Hotel and St Andrew’s Cathedral.
SINGAPORE – Tower Club Singapore
Opened in 1997, the Tower Club Singapore is a premier business club in the heart of the Central Business District. Closed Sundays and on public holidays.
CAPETOWN – Cape Town Club
This Club, the oldest in South Africa, founded in 1858, has relocated back to its original premises in Queen Victoria Street. The Clubhouse was built in the late 19th century specifically to house the Club with funds donated by Cecil J Rhodes to a Hebert Baker design. It is located within walking distance of the bustling heart of town.
DURBAN – Durban Club
Established in 1854. A fine Edwardian building situated on Durban’s famous Victoria Embankment with glorious views of Durban Bay. Closed weekends and on public holidays.
JOHANNESBURG – Rand Club
Established in 1887. Present Club House completed in 1904. Open Tuesday – Saturday.
JOHANNESBURG – The Country Club and Woodmead Property
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB *
Established in 1906 The Country Club is one Club with two venues - 25 minutes apart. The Country Club has 14 hectares of majestic gardens, superb restaurants, bars, boutique accommodation, extensive sports facilities which includes a cricket pitch, tennis and squash courts, bowling greens, croquet, gym, swimming pool, and mountain bike trail. The Woodmead property, situated in northern Johannesburg spreads across 236 hectares with two golf courses – Woodmead and Rocklands plus a 9-hole mashie course. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required. Guests allowed
JOHANNESBURG – The Wanderers Club
Established in 1887. Present Club House completed in 1904.
KIMBERLEY – The Kimberley Club
Founded in 1881 by Cecil John Rhodes & men from the diamond industry. A visitor once said ‘the place was stuffed with more millionaires to the square foot than any other place in the world’.
BARCELONA – Círculo del Liceo
The oldest private club in Spain, founded in 1847, Circulo del Liceo shares the same building as the Opera House of Barcelona.
BARCELONA – Circulo Ecuestre
Founded in 1856 the Circulo Ecuestre occupies a central position in Barcelona.
BILBOA – Sociedad Bilbaina
Founded in 1839 with the purpose of promoting financial & industrial development and located in the heart of Bilbao.
CANARY ISLANDS – Casino De Tenerife
Founded in 1840. Facilities include a lounge, dining room, cafeteria, billiards room, bridge room, private meeting/dining rooms and a library.
CANARY ISLANDS – Gabinete Literario
Founded in 1844 with the aim of contributing to the intellectual, moral & economic progress of the island of Gran Canaria. Gabinete Literario is a listed building located next to the old historic quarter of Vegueta where the city was founded in the 15th century. It has one of the largest art collections in the Canary Islands and its library houses important 19th & 20th century bibliographical collections. Closed on Mondays.
CANARY ISLANDS – The British Club
Founded in 1908 and situated in the city centre. Closed weekends and Bank Holidays.
MADRID – Casino de Madrid
Founded in 1836 and situated in the city centre, close to Madrid’s best shops and theatres.
MURCIA – Real Casino de Murcia
Founded in 1847 and situated in the heart of the city, not far from the cathedral. Facilities include dining room, bar, billiards room, smokers room, private dining & meeting rooms and a terrace.
SEVILLE – Club Camara Antares
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
The best business-centre in Andalucia situated on the 18th floor of the impressive Torre Sevilla building. Access to exclusive rooms and the Lobby Bar.
VALENCIA – Casino Agricultura
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Established in 1859 and located in a five-story building in the centre of Valencia. Facilities include a restaurant, bar, rooftop terrace, various meeting rooms, library/reading room, and card room. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required.
COLOMBO – Colombo Club
Founded 1871 the Club is one of the oldest in Asia with approximately 300 members. Originally a social club, the Colombo Club is located at Sri Lanka’s largest premier 5-Star property and deluxe hotel with 600 rooms and suites.
COLOMBO – Colombo Swimming Club
Founded in 1936 and located in the heart of the capital.
SRI LANKA – Hill Club
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB* The Hill Club looks over the town of Nuwara Eliya and consists of 45 cozily appointed bedrooms with hot/cold water, each equipped with television and telephone facility, including two suites on the upper floor and three family rooms in the Chalet; a large reading room, mixed lounge, casual bar, mixed bar, casual dining room, billiard room equipped with 2 full-sized tables, a main dining hall serving eastern and western cuisine, and a la carte. Room service, laundry, car rental, IDD, Internet, and email facilities in all rooms and public areas are available. The Hill Club boasts of four of the finest clay courts on the Island and at present, the Club stands proud as it serves an exclusive membership of around 750, both foreign and local.
STOCKHOLM – Military Club of Stockholm
Founded 1852, with membership extended to women in 1985. Situated next to the Armed Forces HQ in Őstermalm, a very fashionable part of Stockholm.
ZÜRICH – Haute Club
This is a new club on the 13th and 14th floors of the ‘Hochhaus zur Schanze’ and has stunning views over the city and lake as far as the Alps. Closed weekends.
BANGKOK – The Bangkok Club
Founded 1995. Located in the central business district of the Sathorn district of Bangkok. Closed Sundays.
BANGKOK – The British Club
Founded 1903. Colonial-style building centrally located in the heart of Bangkok’s business, shopping and entertainment district.
AMSTERDAM – Koninklijke Industrieele Groote Club
Located in Dam Square, in the heart of Amsterdam, with a history going back over 200 years. Closed weekends.
SCHEVENINGEN – Nieuwe of Littéraire Sociéteit De Witte
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Founded in 1782, De Witte is housed in a monumental building on the Plein next to the famous Mauritshuis. Facilities include dining and bar, billiards room, and meeting facilities from September through to May. In the months of June, July, and August, the Pavilioen De Witte in Scheveningen is available. Opening hours 09.00 – 23.00 Monday to Friday. Letter of introduction required in both instances.
ISTANBUL – Büyük Kulüp
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Blending its 137-year history with modern touches the Club offers a selection of restaurants, cafes and bars, billiards, tennis, swimming pool, sauna, steam room, and fitness centre. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction required
ABU DHABI – The Club
Located in the heart of Abu Dhabi, nestling on the shores of the Arabian Sea. Founded in 1962 by a pioneering group of expatriates.
DUBAI – The World Trade Club
Established 1989, the Club offers panoramic views of Dubai from the 33rd floor of the Trade Centre Tower. Closed Fridays and on public holidays.
ABERDEEN – The Royal Northern and University Club
Founded in 1854 and situated just off the town centre, near, shops, theatres, cinemas & various historical venues. Closed Sundays.
BATH – Bath & County Club
Founded in 1858 by the combination of the York and the New clubs, the Bath & County Club enjoys a central location. Closed Mondays, Saturdays, some Sundays, Christmas and Bank holidays.
BELFAST – Ulster Reform Club
Established 1885. Located in original magnificent Victorian building in the city centre. Closed Weekends.
BIRMINGHAM – St Paul’s Club
Founded in 1859, St Paul’s Club is situated in St Paul’s Square in the heart of Birmingham city centre’s jewellery quarter. Closed weekends.
BRADFORD – The Bradford Club
Founded in the early 19th Century, the Club building is mid-Victorian set in the central conservation area of the city, but has been completely modernised and refurbished.
BRISTOL – The Clifton Club
Established in 1818 and located in a fine Georgian period building in the heart of Clifton, 1½ miles from Bristol city centre.
BURY ST EDMUNDS – Bury St Edmunds Farmers Club
This Club is located in beautiful, peaceful gardens, in the centre of town, in a stunning historic Grade 1 listed building which, in parts, dates back to the 15th century. Closed Sundays.
CAMBRIDGE – Hawks’ Club
Founded in 1872 and situated in the heart of Cambridge, the Hawks’ Club has as its current and former members, some of the most celebrated sportsmen in the world.
CAMBRIDGE – University Pitt Club
Founded in 1835 to honour the memory of William Pitt the Younger, a student at Pembroke College, this Club is situated in the heart of Cambridge. It occupies the top floor of a building which dates back to 1863 and was originally designed as a Victorian Roman Bath. Today it is non-political and is a haven for civilised dining and conversation. Closed Saturdays, Sundays & Mondays.
CANTERBURY – Kent & Canterbury Club
Founded from an amalgamation of the East Kent Club and the Canterbury Club, the origins of the club go back 130 years. Located in a magnificent Georgian building on the edge of Canterbury, within easy walking distance of the city centre. Closed Weekends.
CARDIFF – Cardiff & County Club
Founded in 1866, has occupied its current building since 1892. Centrally situated, it has a close relationship with its immediate neighbours, the Cardiff Arms Park and the Millennium Stadium and is always very busy on Rugby International days. Closed on Sunday once a month.
CHESTER – The Chester City Club
Founded in 1807 as The Commercial Reading Rooms, The Chester City Club is one of only a few surviving traditional clubs still located in their original premises. In fact, there are only twelve clubs in existence in this country (excluding Scotland) whose foundation dates back earlier. Situated in the secluded St Peter’s Church Yard, opposite the stunningly refurbished and highly recommended Commercial Hotel, The Club offers a quiet oasis in the city for members to dine and relax.
EDINBURGH – The New Club
Founded in 1787, this club is centrally situated, with an unbroken view over Princes Street Gardens and to Edinburgh Castle.
EDINBURGH – The Royal Scots Club
Established in 1919, the Royal Scots Club was founded as a memorial to the members of the Regiment who gave their lives in the Great War. For many years it was exclusively a Regimental Club, but has since opened its doors to a wider membership. It is situated in one of Edinburgh’s finest Georgian Streets in the heart of the City, a few minutes walk from Princes Street and Waverley Railway Station.
GLASGOW – The Western Club
Founded 1825. Located very centrally near business centre, shops & theatres.
GUILDFORD – The County Club
Established in 1882 and located in the centre of Guildford. Closed Sundays and public holidays.
HARROGATE – The Harrogate Club
Established in 1857 and based in a grand old Victorian villa built for The Harrogate Club in 1886. Closed Weekends.
HENLEY-ON-THAMES – Phyllis Court Club
Steeped in history, Phyllis Court stands overlooking the river in the picturesque Oxfordshire town of Henley on Thames. The Club was founded in 1906 and occupies a house build in the 1830’s. The unique Grandstand Pavilion is located on the banks of Henley Royal Regatta for members’ enjoyment during Regatta week.
HOVE – The Hove Club
Founded in 1882 and went mixed in 2007.
IPSWICH – Ipswich and Suffolk Club
Founded in 1885. Located in the heart of Ipswich in a splendid grade 1 listed building, the former home of the Archdeacon of the county. The Club aims to provide a social and business meeting place for professional men and women. Closed Sundays and on public holidays.
LIVERPOOL – The Athenaeum
Founded in 1797. Located In the heart of Liverpool. Closed weekends and on public holidays.
LONDON – City University Club
The City University Club (CUC) is a lunch club in the heart of the financial area of London. Originally established in 1895 by Oxbridge graduates who wanted a lunch club in the City. The link with the universities remains, but membership is now much wider, embracing both sexes and many professions. The Club moved to new premises on 29 January 2018 at 42 Crutched Friars London EC3N 2AP which used to house the Lloyds Club
LONDON – Oriental Club
For nearly two hundred years, the Oriental Club has been an iconic Central London focal point for those who have lived, worked or travelled in the East. Today, a diverse membership values the modern amenities of Stratford House and the attentive service offered by the Club’s Staff. Tucked away at the end of Stratford Place, in a convenient Central London location, close to Bond Street and within easy reach of Canary Wharf and the City, the Oriental Club is an exclusive Members-only haven. The Club is ideally placed for meeting friends, family and colleagues for business, an evening out, or simply time-out from a busy day. The Club has forty well-appointed bedrooms, an elegant Dining Room with renowned cuisine, two Bars, a secluded Courtyard Terrace and Shamiana, Meeting Rooms, an IT Suite, spacious Drawing Rooms, a Billiards Room and Private Dining Rooms for hosting events and parties.
LONDON – Oxford & Cambridge Club
Founded 1971 by an amalgamation of clubs, the clubhouse has been used by Oxford and Cambridge universities members since its construction in 1838; annexes into adjacent buildings. (access on weekends only)
LONDON – The East India Club
The East India Club offers hospitality to members on Saturdays, Sundays, Bank Holiday Mondays and over the Easter weekend.
LONDON – The In & Out Club
The In & Out Club offers hospitality to members on Saturdays, Sundays, Bank Holiday Mondays and over the Easter weekend, Christmas & New Year.
LONDON – Walbrook Club
Established in 2000, The Walbrook Club is a charming Queen Anne-style townhouse originally built in 1952. As well as the bar and main dining room, there are two smaller private function rooms perfect for confidential business meetings, breakfasts, lunches, dinners or drinks.
May’s 2021 Opening Hours
Tuesdays – 11:00 until 16:30
Wednesdays – 11:00 until Midnight
Thursdays – 11:00 until Midnight
Outside of these days/hours by prior arrangement
Dress Code - Business attire / smart casual
Remote Working - Permitted
Private Events Max. Capacities
The Dining Room – 24 guests
The Green & Oak Rooms – 6 guests
The Bar & Outside Terrace – upon request
It is hoped that operating hours will be extended from June 2021.
MANCHESTER – The St James’s Club
Established 1825. Situated in the heart of the City Centre business and shopping district. 30 minutes from Manchester International Airport.
NEWCASTLE – Northern Counties Club
Established in 1829, it is one of the world’s oldest private members’ clubs.
NORTHAMPTON – Northampton and County Club
Facilities include dining room, billiards/snooker, private dining, reception and meeting facilities, reading room, squash court and terrace. Closed Sundays and on public holidays.
NORWICH – The Norfolk Club
The Norfolk Club began as a dining Club in 1770 and the present premises were purchased in 1887. Situated in the city centre, between the castle and cathedral and only a short distance from the railway station. Closed Sundays.
NOTTINGHAM – The Nottingham Club
Founded 1920 as a gentlemen’s club by officers who had served in WW1,“in order to perpetuate the memory of those who fell, and to uphold the principles for which they died”. Now women can also be members and have full access to all the facilities. Located in a fine Queen Anne building with oak-panelled walls built in 1675 (contemporary with the nearby castle) in the city centre. Closed Sundays.
OXFORD – Vincent’s Club
Founded in 1863 and located in the centre of Oxford, enjoying one of the best views of the city. Closed Sundays.
PERTH – The Royal Perth Golfing Society & Country and City Club
This Club was founded in 1824 and situated in a Georgian crescent near the centre of Perth, overlooking the North Inch and the River Tay. Although founded as a golfing society, the club welcomes both golfers and non-golfers. Closed Weekends.
STOKE-ON-TRENT – The Potters’ Club
Founded in 1951 to provide facilities for the directors of local pottery companies to entertain their guests, many from around the world, including Royalty and VIP’s. Closed Mondays.
ARIZONA – University Club of Phoenix
Established 1965, the Club is located in the heart of historic midtown Phoenix in what was a private residence built in 1917. Closed weekends.
CALIFORNIA – California Yacht Club
Founded 1922. Located at the Marina del Rey; 5 minutes drive from Los Angeles airport. Open Wed- Sunday.
CALIFORNIA – Marina City Club
A 30-acre seaside resort with ocean & mountain views.
CALIFORNIA – Petroleum Club of Bakersfield
Established in 1952 and located in central Bakersfield, on the top floor of the Stockdale Tower, with stunning views of the Kern River, Sierra Mountains and the San Joaquin Valley. Closed Sunday.
CALIFORNIA – The Los Angeles Athletic Club
Established 1880 the Club is located in the heart of downtown close to the Convention Centre, shopping, music malls, Music Centre, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and Museum of Contemporary Art. The Club is a haven of decorum with huge, rather grandiose, club rooms, very extensive sports facilities and 3 floors of luxury hotel rooms.
CALIFORNIA – The Riviera Country Club
Founded 1926 and Spanish in style. Located in the Santa Monica mountains between Malibu & Brentwood, this club is 3 ½ miles west of San Diego freeway off Sunset Boulevard, 15 ½ miles to LAX.
CALIFORNIA – The Topa Tower Club
Located on the top floor of the building with outstanding views over the city, this comfortable and elegantly luxurious Club is 60 minutes from LAX and 15 minutes from Oxnard Regional airports.
COLORADO – The Denver Athletic Club
Established in 1884 the Club is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the USA.
CONNECTICUT – The Thames Club
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB*
Established in 1869 the Thames Club is the oldest Club existing in Connecticut. Dining is available in the Lunch Room, Pub Room and Presidents Room. Facilities include billiards, a card room, two bowling alleys and a library. No accommodation at present but a future project in planning. Holiday Inn located within walking distance of the Club. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required. Guests allowed.
FLORIDA – Governors Club
Founded in 1982 and located in the historic heart of downtown Tallahasse. Closed Sundays.
GEORGIA – The Pinnacle Club
*NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB *
Established in 1965 the Pinnacle Club is located on the 17th floor of Augusta, Georgia’s most prominent downtown building. Innovative cuisine and facilities include the Overlook Lounge, Crystal Room, private rooms, and complimentary parking. Open Monday through Friday. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card. Guests allowed.
HAWAII – The Pacific Club
Founded in 1851, it is the oldest organization of its kind west of the Rockies and is located 2 blocks from the Downtown Honolulu business district.
ILLINOIS – The Standard Club
Established in 1869 and located near the financial district of downtown Chicago. Closed on Sundays except for overnight guests.
ILLINOIS – Union League Club of Chicago
Established in 1869 and located near the financial district of downtown Chicago.
INDIANA – The Columbia Club
Founded in 1889 the Club is based in Downtown Indianapolis in a stately home on Monument Circle, 8 miles from the airport.
KENTUCKY – Metropolitan Club
Elegant business Club based on the Cincinnati riverfront with panoramic views, 5 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Closed Sundays.
MAINE – Cumberland Club
Built as a private residence in 1800 and located in the heart of Portland’s historic arts & downtown district, across the street from the celebrated Portland Museum of Art. Closed Sundays.
MARIETTA – Indian Hills Country Club
Founded in 1979 and located in beautiful landscaped gardens. Open Daily. Facilities include a restaurant, meeting & banqueting rooms, 27 hole golf course, tennis courts, swimming pools, meeting rooms, indoor/outdoor poolside & bar facilities and car parking. No accommodation but can recommend nearby hotels. NLC membership card & letter of introduction required.
MINNESOTA – The University Club of Saint Paul
Founded in 1909. Located 1 mile from downtown Saint Paul and 20 mins from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport.
NEW YORK – Genesee Valley Club
The Genesee Valley Club was founded in 1885. Located approx. five blocks from downtown Rochester and 2 mins away from the airport.
NEW YORK – New York Athletic Club
A 24 storey clubhouse founded 1868.
NEW YORK – Princeton Club of New York
The Princeton Club is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan near the Grand Central Terminal.
NEW YORK – The Montauk Club
Founded 1889 this Club, inspired by Venice’s Ca d’Oro on the Grand Canal, is one of Park Slope’s most enduring and historic institutions.
NEW YORK – The Penn Club
Founded in 1886 and now located in the heart of midtown Manhattan near the Grand Central Terminal. (dining only reciprocity)
NORTH CAROLINA – Charlotte City Club
Established in 1947, the Charlotte City Club is the oldest and most prestigious city club in Charlotte, located on the top two floors of the Interstate Tower in the heart of Uptown Charlotte.
OHIO – The Cincinnati Athletic Club
Founded 1896 at same premises. Located heart of downtown, only steps from Convention Centre, centre of business and retail facilities, 15-20 mins drive from airport.
OHIO – The Toledo Club
The Toledo Club is within walking distance of downtown Toledo near the Toledo Museum of Art, The Toledo Zoo and the Seagate Convention Centre. Established in 1889. Overnight accommodation, Dining Room, Grill, Pub, private dining and meeting rooms, Athletic facilities, barber shop, tailor, child care, massage therapy, dry cleaning and laundry service and free parking.
OREGON – University Club of Portland
Founded in 1898 the Club is located in the heart of downtown Portland. Facilities include food and beverage services, dining, co-working space, card room, library, downtown parking, networking, social events. No accommodation but arrangements are available with local hotels. Opening hours Tuesday – Friday 08.00 – 22.00. Annual closure: two weeks prior to Labor Day. Letter of introduction. Guests welcome
PENNSYLVANIA – The Racquet Club of Philadelphia
Founded in 1889, the present clubhouse was built in 1907. Facilities include formal & casual dining, bar/lounge, reading room, private meeting/dining rooms, sauna, bedrooms, business centre, squash courts, swimming pool and fitness centre.
Opened in 1900 and located on Dupont Circle, minutes from the National Mall and White House. Open daily except last Friday in June and first Monday after Labor Day. Facilities include a dining room, ballroom & events spaces and accommodation. Letter of introduction, NLC membership card and valid credit card required. Guests permitted.
TEXAS – The Fort Worth Club
Founded in 1885. Facilities include dining rooms, grill, bar banqueting, conference & meeting rooms, fitness facilities, bedrooms, barber shop and parking garage. Closed Sundays.
WASHINGTON – The Rainier Club
The Rainier Club was founded in 1888 and nestles in the heart of the downtown business district of Seattle, a short walk away from shopping, museums, theatres and other Seattle attractions.
WASHINGTON DC – DACOR Bacon House
Built in 1825, the DACOR Bacon House is situated in the heart of Washington, very close to the White House and is one of the few remaining historic private homes in “the President’s Neighbourhood”. It serves as a meeting place and intellectual salon and is of huge social and cultural significance, housing significant collections of antiques and artworks.
WASHINGTON DC – The Army and Navy Club
The Army and Navy Club has a distinguished history since its founding in 1885. Since then, practically every prominent US military and naval officer has been a member, as well as 14 presidents of the US and many Supreme Court justices, senators, representatives and cabinet members. The current Clubhouse opened in 1912 and is located two blocks from The White House.
WASHINGTON DC – The Arts Club of Washington
Founded 1916 and based at the James Monroe House (a National Historical Landmark built in 1802 and expanded in 1806), five blocks from the White House. Based downtown it is a convenient base for business or leisure with parking, shops and the Metro nearby. Provides exhibition and performance facilities, also historic preservation activities. Two guest rooms – but quite a lot of stairs. Reciprocal guests may attend all Arts Club events and programmes. The first Club in Washington to admit women as full members from its foundation.
URUGUAY – Club Uruguay
Founded in 1878. Facilities include bar & restaurant, conference rooms, library, pool/snooker room, tea room, games r00m and internet. Closed Sundays & National Holidays.