Careers in the exclusive world of Members Clubs

If you’ve ever walked through Westminster or the Pall Mall area in London you might have noticed the imposing facade of a private members’ club. If you have had the opportunity to enter a club, you will understand what makes them such a special place to work. The architecture, history and even the members of the clubs make them an intriguing place for anyone interested in a hospitality career.

Members Clubs often have a more intimate atmosphere, similar to a boutique hotel, where staff have an opportunity to get to know the club’s members. If a smaller organisation with the feel of a ‘family’ appeals to you, then employment at a private club could be an excellent fit.

To discover more about what it’s like to work in the world of private members’ clubs, refer to Springboard UK’s information or see their publication Hotels and Members Clubs.

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Author: Institute of Hospitality

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