Clubs with residential facilities
1. Royal Bombay Yacht Club
The Royal Bombay Yacht Club is situated in the city of Mumbai (originally Bombay). The Club, the oldest and most majestic Yacht Club in Asia, was founded in 1846 as the Bombay Yacht Club when the then resident British community took to sailing as a sport. Over the span of years the Club witnessed the changing scenario – from the early Lateen sail to the more recent class of boats, assuming the title “Royal” and the historical change in the country from a British Dominion to an independent India. Today the Club stands in testimony of its grandeur past to its current status as the premier sailing club in the country.
2. Baroda Presidency Sports Club
A first of it’s Kind Sports and Lifestlyle club of the city to offer refreshingly new experiences in terms of Sports, entertainment,Camps,Food festivals, carnivals,gettogethers and much more… You are cordially invited to be a part of this clubbing revolution and explore the new heights. You will be surprised that with so many Sports activities, Entertainment programs,camps and food festivals,life has changed for the better!!!
3. Deccan Gymkhana
A pioneer sports institution in Pune, which offers excellent facilities for a variety of indoor and outdoor games and sports.
Located in the heart of Pune, Deccan Gymkhana extends across an area of 14 acres, perhaps the only place where one can find such a variety of sports played under one roof.
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4. India Habitat Centre
The INDIA HABITAT CENTRE was conceived to provide a physical environment which would serve as a catalyst for a synergetic relationship between individuals and institutions working in diverse habitat related areas and therefore, maximise their total effectiveness. To facilitate this interaction, the Centre provides a range of facilities.
5. PYC Hindu Gymkhana
PYC Hindu Gymkhana,Pune’s premier sports and leisure club with a unique family focus.Equipped with the latest facilities in sports, fitness, recreation, fine dining, accommodation and banqueting, the Club offers a refined clubbing experience to all its Members.
6. The Secunderabad Club
The Secunderabad Club is one of the five oldest Clubs in India. It started as an exclusive club for the officers of the British Cantonment. Sponsorship by successive Governments and strict abeyance to it’s code of conduct has resulted in the club being among the list of finest club for Indian Gentlemen.
The club boasts of excellent dining, reading, indoor and outdoor sports and other recreational facilities. The club also offers excellent pavilions for organising social gatherings by it’s members.
Main Club: 27804840 to 43, 27800011 & 27800099
Direct Dial Up: 27801155 + Extension
Transit Rooms & Bookings: 27802317, 27718387, 27718388
Sailing Annexe: 27540041, 27540006, 27541258, 27540164
Affiliated Clubs Bookings by Secunderabad Club Members:27802982
Main Club: 27801763
Transit Rooms: 27801887
Clubs without residential facilities
1. The United Services Club
The United Services Club was established in 1937 and is located in a prime location in Colaba, Mumbai by the sea. The Main Club has a bar, dining and all sporting facilities. The Annexe which is by the sea side is located half a kilometre from the Main Club. The Annexe has a fine-dine restaurant called Lagoon, a coffee shop, a restaurant by the sea side called High Tide, another called Tee-Cix and six party venues which can accommodate from 20 to 600 guests. Besides Golf, the club offers sports like Swimming, Tennis, Badminton, Squash, Billiards and Cards. It has almost a kilometre long promenade along the sea. A bar cum restaurant overlooks the sea. Serving and retired officers and some eminent civilians only are members of the club. Membership to civilians is closed since 2001. It is one of the elite clubs of Mumbai and honours reciprocal arrangements with selected clubs in the country.
2. Boat House Club Nainital
The Boat House Club in Nainital is one of the prominent places that can be visited. Tourists who have visited Nainital talk high of this club. One can find the mention of the Boat House Club in the history of Nainital and thus can be placed under the category of ancient heritage.
Mostly accessible for members, the boat house club can also be visited by non-members; all that is required is a small payment or a reference from a member-friend if available! The food served at the club is tasty and cheap, so that does not burn a hole in your pocket!
ICG Members shall present a Letter of Introduction dated for the Period of visit and authorized by The International Centre Goa before facilities can be provided.
For “Letter of Introduction” email firstname.lastname@example.org.