Etiquette

The Dress Code of the Club is designed to establish and maintain a high professional standard for all members and guests.

The Dress Code is business casual, on all floors, at breakfast, lunch and dinnertime. From time to time, the Dress Code is relaxed throughout the Club, (Stampede, for example). National Dress, (such as Scottish Kilts), religious apparel and military uniforms are also acceptable.

Good quality jeans are allowed in the Card room on a daily basis. On Fridays only, good quality jeans are allowed in all dining areas.

Brief Cases

Briefcases are not allowed in the common rooms, or public areas of the Club and should be left at the Reception Desk.

Cell Phones

Personal devices, including cell phones and tablets, may be used in all areas of the Club to send and receive messages. The Club has free Wi-Fi for Members to access the Internet.

Personal devices may not be used to receive phone calls while Members are in the Common rooms of the Club. If a Member needs to speak on the phone, they must do so in one of the public areas, the Business Centre on the main floor, or in a phone booth.

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