The University Club of San Francisco

Words/ David Brightling

Image/ Courtesy the University Club of San Francisco

Located at the top of Nob Hill at the intersection of two cable car lines, the historic University Club of San Francisco is our newest reciprocal club. Founded in 1890, the club offers Members and reciprocal club guests an unhindered view of the financial district of the city below and San Francisco Bay beyond. Six new guest rooms and sixteen newly renovated guest rooms are available. As their invitation to reciprocity states.

“Reciprocal guests can enjoy the same benefits that our own members experience: the restaurants, bars, reading room, library, function rooms and athletic facilities. They can participate with us in events such as lectures on art, literature and public affairs. They can visit with our members in the reading room during the day and in the fourth floor bar during the evening and get to know San Francisco in a way not possible in a hotel. They have the security of a club where access is available only to those who belong to it.”

Letter of introduction required through the Membership Department.


For more information, please click here to visit their website.