Most major cities have private clubs that provide unparalleled service and offerings to their members and member guests, and Calgary is no exception. These members-only clubs are often excellent places to network, but they also provide sound environments for some upscale relaxation, altheticism, and dining. Here are some of Calgary’s prestigious clubs…
Calgary Petroleum Club
Located in the core of the business district, the Calgary Petroleum Club is the perfect spot for busy young professionals. Known as a prestigious dining establishment and meeting place for members and their guests, the facility itself, the world-class menu and plethora of special events constantly exceed members’ expectations. As a member, you also enjoy club access to over 50 organizations worldwide through the Club Affiliation Program.
The Glencoe Club
Nestled between the communities of Mount Royal and Elbow Park, the Glencoe Club is a private sports and social club providing programs and services for all its members. The club also boasts a sister organization, the Glencoe Golf and Country Club. Looking for an exceptional meal, or simply want to enjoy the tennis courts or outdoor pool? The Glencoe has been a hub for Calgary’s elite for nearly a century.
Calgary Winter Club
To young professionals, health and fitness is important. The Winter Club is perfect for those who love staying active. As a premier, private, member-owned Club, the Winter Club is athletic focused and offers members a variety of sports and fitness options. In addition, regular social activities, the Bistro and snack bar give you the opportunity to mingle with other young professionals after sweating it out on the courts.
The Ranchmen’s Club
Looking for a place that is rich in history? The Ranchmen’s Club is Calgary’s oldest private club and has been an integral part of Calgary’s history and culture. Located in the beltline, it provides members with a space where you can go to relax, enjoy delicious food, and meet with like-minded Calgary professionals.
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