More club properties are investing in prominent fitness facilities with the latest amenities that meet the needs of wellness-minded members.
Clubs are saluting their members by creating welcoming and comfortable pub and bar space—and getting enthusiastic recognition in return, in the form of more frequent and prolonged visits.
Properties are moving activity out of the clubhouse by creating innovative outdoor recreational amenities.
Clubs can accommodate bustling dining areas with carefully planned and deliberately designed kitchen space.
Updating interior furnishings is the icing on the cake for extensive renovations and redesigns at club and resort properties. Take a seat and lend an ear: Creating a comfortable space that is conducive to socializing and extended visits has become a must for any club or resort property. While newly expanded facilities are important for…
Creating a one-stop shop for business and pleasure, more clubs are entering the modern age with dedicated spaces for members’ use of their electronic devices.
Investing in updated outdoor furnishings can help clubs better serve—and seat—their members.
At Lansdowne Resort and Spa, guests who are affected by chronic and terminal illnesses can now experience hands-on treatments to better manage their medical conditions.
In April 2016, members of Tavistock Country Club rolled up their sleeves and proved their kitchen prowess during an “Iron Chef”-style cooking competition.
Belle Meade Country Club’s singers-in-the-making were recognized for their vocal talents during the club’s inaugural Employee Songwriter’s Night.
Blue Bell CC transformed its ballroom into a drive-in movie setting, complete with golf carts, concession stand, and ample room for “parking.”
Functional event space demands flexible layouts that can be customized to fit a full range of needs.
Patios have earned their place as the new club “hot spot,” offering a prime location for soaking up sun—and heating up business.
Men’s and women’s locker rooms are solidifying their status as an essential component of a club’s overall design.
Thinking beyond the pool walls boosts a club’s usefulness to members, both pre- and post-swim.