Questions, Answers & Information
Ladies and gentlemen using the Club are requested to conform to the standards of the Club. In the public rooms, gentlemen are required to wear suits or jackets with ties and ladies to conform to the same standard. Members and guests will not be required to wear a jacket and tie in the Club before 10am. Casual dress is only permissible at weekends and after 6pm on Fridays. Jeans, shorts or trainers are not permitted at any time. The Secretary has the discretion to permit jackets to be removed in the dining room during particularly hot or humid weather. Jackets only may be removed on the Terrace. Jeans, shorts or running shoes are only permitted going to and from bedrooms.
Yes, but children under eight are not permitted in the Club. Children over eight are welcome and are expected to conform to the dress requirements as stated above.
Reciprocal members and guests may stay at the Club. The cost of a single room Monday to Thursday, including full Scottish cooked breakfast and VAT is £170 and £150 Friday to Sunday. For further information contact email@example.com
Yes, there is a Business Centre adjacent to the Secretariat, with three PCs with printers. All bedrooms and meeting rooms have WiFi or LAN. WiFi is also available in the Library where PDAs and Laptops may be used for accessing the web; however these must be used in silent mode.
From Monday to Friday, lunch is served from 12.45 to 14.15, Dinner 19.00 to 21.30. Pre-theatre suppers available by arrangement (morning notice required)
Full Scottish cooked breakfast is available on Saturday & Sunday. The Dining room is closed for lunch and dinner, however, we have arrangements with other Clubs if required. Please enquire with Reception: firstname.lastname@example.org. The bar is open on Saturdays from 12.00 to 19.00 and snacks are available.
The ‘Wee Dram Bar’ at Reception is available at all other times for residents. The Oval Room is open when major sporting events are televised on terrestrial channels.
The Club has negotiated discount parking at NCP Cadogan Place Car Park. In order to receive the discount, a pre-loaded card is required which may be obtained from Reception. Charges after the discount are £8.25 per hour and £36 for 24 hours. Free street parking: 18.30-8.30, after 13.00 Saturday and all day Sunday. Prices subject to change
You can use the Belgrave Square Gardens not only as a quiet relaxing place to unwind but also to play tennis or even take advantage of the outdoor gym. A key to the gardens is available from our Reception desk.
Mobile phones must be on silent. Phones may not be used in any of the public areas of the Club. Should Members or Guests need to make or receive calls, then this should be either outside the premises or in the Phone Booth adjacent to the main exit to the Terrace.