A lot has changed in our 110-year history, yet one thing remains the same: the connections our members foster together. Connections with friends, colleagues, and former classmates. To multiple world views and a consistent yearning for personal growth. A connection to a proud Ivy league tradition, and a foundation for relationships that last a lifetime.
At the Harvard Club, fellow members aren’t just faces you pass on the way to the squash court. They’re like-minded people who enjoy the Club’s camaraderie—through shared experiences at club events, over drinks in the Grill Bar or after a tough workout in the fitness room. The Harvard Club’s relaxed, comfortable atmosphere sparks conversations, uncovers common interests and allows friendships to flourish.
Imagine taking care of business over breakfast on your way to the office, having lunch with a side order of sweeping views of Boston or enjoying dinner for two in the new Veritas Restaurant with some extra sizzle. Dining at the Harvard Club is like having exclusive access to several of Boston’s top restaurants—and never needing reservations. Our attentive staff always knows your name, and, of course, your preferred drink and favorite meal. And Executive Chef Dean Moore offers a seasonal menu featuring fresh, local ingredients.
If you’re looking for events as interesting and thought provoking as our members are, the Harvard Club will not disappoint you. One day you might bring a guest to meet a world-renowned writer at our Author Series. The next day you might bring your kids in for our annual Halloween Party. Another time, it might be a night filled with friends and a wide assortment of single-malt scotches to taste. Keeping our calendar full, and your interests piqued, is something the Harvard Club takes seriously.
Why go to an ordinary health club when you can work out in a comfortable place that you can call your own? We offer newly renovated fitness facilities with highly trained staff who make a point to get to know you and take care of you. From personal training and group classes to therapeutic massage, you’ll find a range of options for different fitness levels and needs. Members also have access to a network of New England golf clubs and a world-class squash program led by a former coach of the US Olympic Committee’s squash team. Whatever activity you may choose, we offer a supportive atmosphere filled with friendly faces of the Harvard Club.
Looking for a club that can offer you the world? Look no further than the Harvard Club where your membership benefits extend to nearly 140 affiliated private clubs across the globe. Whether you’re traveling on business or pleasure, you can enjoy dining and overnight accommodations or host a business meeting or family event at one of our sister clubs. From L.A. to Singapore to Cape Town, your Harvard Club benefits go with you anywhere.
Imagine the captivating Boston views when you host a private event in our Downtown Clubhouse on the 38th Floor of One Federal Street or hosting a reception in breathtaking Harvard Hall in our Back Bay Clubhouse. The Harvard Club gives you exclusive access to some of Boston’s truly hidden gems that aren’t available to the general public. Turning your already special event into something completely unique and spectacular. If you can dream it, we can make it happen.
As a member or reciprocal guest, book a reservation at one of our conveniently located, comfortable rooms in the heart of Back Bay. Enjoy all the Club’s amenities during your stay. Feed your fancy at a choice of five venues at either of our Clubhouses—from casual to fine dining. Sit in on a scintillating talk or other exclusive Harvard Club event. And even squeeze in a workout session at our Fitness Center. Factor in parking in our adjacent lot at attractive rates and complimentary WiFi, and you’ll understand why it’s the only choice for members in Boston…
This month we will have several opportunities for members to learn about the proposed Back Bay Development Project at a series of Roundtable for the Future meetings and at a Special Meeting on October 2. Friday nights are now Family Nights in ClubPub and we’ll have games and other fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. On October 10, join us for a special Author Series with Dan Boyne, director of Recreational Rowing at Harvard and author of The Seven Seat. Boyne oversees the intramural rowing program and Harvard’s sculling program.
We look forward to seeing you at the Club.
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