Lounge & Relax
The sitting room is adjacent to the bar on the ground floor of the Club. The setting for the bar and lounge still retains the Georgian flavour of the building and provides pleasant surroundings in which to meet other members and guests.
The lounge is open during Club opening hours and is the ideal room in which to relax with a drink or coffee or afternoon tea. It is a particular pleasure to entertain guests here and to relax after a busy morning in the City shops. It is an "Oasis of calm" for you to enjoy.
Telephone: 00 353 1 2801811
Fax: 00 353 1 2843002
The ‘George' was founded in 1838 by a small number of like minded individuals who liked to go rowing together. The Club gradually gathered pace and has become, with the passage of time and the unstinting efforts of previous Flag Officers, committees and members, a world-class yacht club.
154 Worcester Street
PO Box 55
Telephone: 0064 3366 9461
Fax: 0064 3366 9460
Twelve graziers founded The Christchurch Club in 1856 as a gentlemen’s retreat in town. It was called a 'Club' from the beginning and soon became one in every sense of the word. Its first premises were in a leased building in Durham street, and the present clubhouse was built in 1861/ 62 to the design of Benjamin Mountfort. Having evolved considerably in recent years, the Club provides a timeless elegance and a warm inviting atmosphere for a diverse group of men and women.
Over-Seas House, Park Place
St James's Street
Telephone: 0207 408 0214
The Royal Over-Seas League is a Commonwealth membership organisation with many thousands of members worldwide, historic clubhouses at prestigious locations in Edinburgh and London plus Reciprocal arrangements and a network of contacts around the world.
Telephone: 020 7930 9871
Fax: 020 7839 4768
Founded in 1882, the principal object of the National Liberal Club was to provide club facilities in London so that members and their guests might enjoy the very best club services and hospitality - as relevant today as it was then. The Club remains completely independent but, as the name implies, continues to be closely identified with the historic Liberal traditions and Liberals world wide.
4 Royal Avenue
Telephone: 02890 323411
Fax: 02890 312833
The Ulster Reform Club has Victorian origins being located in a magnificent purpose-built, red sandstone building which opened in 1885 in the centre of Belfast. The Club recently celebrated its 125th Anniversary. Over the years its members have successfully influenced the creation and growth of industrial, commercial and professional enterprises in Belfast and far beyond.
87, Collins St.
Telephone: +61 3 9654 3200
A proud resident of Collins Street, Melbourne since 1868, the Athenaeum is one of Australia’s oldest and finest clubs, confident in its heritage and traditions, yet enlightened and contemporary in its outlook. The Club’s fabric is designed so its members and guests can relax in the reading rooms, play billiards or snooker, enjoy a work out, stay in one of 16 accommodation rooms or dine in one of several distinctive venues, and always be assured of good company.
The Club’s location, service, facilities and first-class dining support its well-deserved international reputation, and its members are proud to bring both male and female guests into the Club to enjoy the fine attributes the Athenaeum Club is renowned for
2121 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Telephone: 001 2023877783
Fax: 001 2022346817
The Cosmos Club is a private social club, incorporated in Washington, D.C. in 1878 by men distinguished in science, literature and the arts. In June, 1988 the Club voted to welcome women as members. Since its founding, the Club has elected as members individuals in virtually every profession that has anything to do with scholarship, creative genius or intellectual distinction.
Telephone: 020 7626 8571
Fax: 020 7626 8572
The City University Club is a London gentlemen's club, established in 1895. Since its foundation, it has operated from the top three floors of 50 Cornhill, in the original building of Prescott's bank, a 1766 private bank now part of the Royal Bank of Scotland.
34 Queen Anne's Gate
Telephone: +44(0)207 2221382
Fax: +44(0)207 2228740
The Club was founded in 1870 under the patronage of Benjamin Disraeli, later Earl of Beaconsfield, as a convenient meeting place for Conservative Members of Parliament close to the House.
The Club remained in its original premises, overlooking the Thames opposite the Palace of Westminster, and linked to it by an underground passageway, until they were acquired by the Government in 1960 to facilitate plans to expand the Palace of Westminster.
501 Bourke Street
Telephone: 0061 039 9448 888
Fax: 0061 039 9448 844
Conveniently positioned in the heart of the CBD at 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, the prestigious RACV City Club is a social, leisure and business hub designed to cater for the needs of all members. With 136 spacious, luxury accommodation rooms, each with a widescreen plasma TV, and an ideal location close to Melbourne's famous retail precinct, Federation Square, theatres and major event venues, RACV City Club is the perfect venue to enjoy overnight, weekend or extended stays.