RACV Club reciprocal clubs are chosen for their excellence in service, food and beverage, accommodation and fellowship.
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Feedback Rating: Excellent.
Perfect for us. The room was spacious and well appointed. The service was first class. The location was ideal. Most of our luggage was able to be stored whilst we toured National Parks in Utah. We stayed for a total of 9 nights. Fine food. Daily provision of snacks, tea and coffee, and fruit was appreciated greatly.
I found the Army & Navy Club extremely comfortable and well located with friendly and efficient staff. If dinner is required on a Tuesday evening, it is best to make a reservation as the Club is very busy as a large help yourself buffet is offered, which is excellent and very popular with the local membership. I would highly recommend the Army and Navy Club to any RACV member wishing to find accommodation in Washington DC.
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It has a lovely old world, downtown-LA atmosphere. It is primarily a club (and has a very charming 'club' feel, especially in the bar and restaurant areas). My hotel room was large and comfortable, and the breakfast room was lovely. The fitness centre facilities are fantastic.The pool and running track are a must-see. Downtown LA is in the midst of becoming quite gentrified. Still some sketchy areas to be aware of, but lots of great spots to eat and wander about close by. There is a train station quite close by, but most people get around LA now with Uber.
My wife and I recently took advantage of our reciprocal arrangement with the Marines Memorial Club in San Francisco. It is a wonderful club with a very welcoming culture. As the name suggests, it has a strong military decor which provides a fascinating insight to the history of the Marines over the last 100 years. This includes a library and numerous displays throughout the club highlighting significant events in the history of the Marines. The Leatherneck Steakhouse Restaurant on the 12th floor has a true club ambience. The staff are friendly and the menu is simple and very good. The tariff includes a two hour happy hour every afternoon from 4 until 6 and a full menu breakfast. The club is centrally located, only a block from Union Square.We highly recommend the Club to anyone visiting San Francisco
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Accommodation reservations are not accepted more than three months in advance.
Effective 1 January 2018
Reciprocal Club Members are subject to Guest Card fees in addition to all athletic, social, food and beverage fees when utilising the NYAC Facilities (City House and Travers Island). Guest card passes are available at USD15 per day, with a limit of up to five people per pass. Weekly (7 day) Guest Cards are available for USD50.
Letter of introduction must be issued no more than 30 days in advance of visit.
Temporary card charge applies - US$30 for 7 days US$15 for 2 days.
This is a small club located at the Southern end of Honolulu. Access either by walking or you can catch the bus (check the timetable first). We had dinner on the terrace looking North along the beach towards Honolulu. The view was beautiful. The food was reasonable, good quality pub food and the service was okay. Prices are quite steep due to AUD and beach side location, but it was worthwhile visiting.
Recently visited the Canoe Club for the second time. This is a casual beachside club at the Diamond Head end of Waikiki in a great location. The facilities include a semi private beach with a number of beachside eating/drinking options. The club provides shower and locker facilities (at a small fee) and access to a well equipped gym. As a sporting club there are beach volley ball courts and beachside equipment for hire. Food is bistro standard but the location is outstanding especially in the evening when the view from the Dining Terrace is back down the shoreline to the bright lights of the main Waikiki Beach hotels. The Canoe Club charges an administrative fee for the provision of a temporary membership card but this provides full membership privileges including the right to sign in guests. No cash is used during visits and all charges are booked to the members card and invoiced later with a 20% markup to cover tips.
Upon your arrival at the Pacific Club, please present your membership card, credit card, passport with proof of visitor status and a Letter of Introduction issued by RACV Club. All charges incurred at our club must be settled by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, AE Card, China Union Pay or JCB).
Access to Reciprocal Clubs is an exclusive benefit for RACV Club members and is not available to Service members, i.e. those who hold Emergency Roadside Assistance or members that hold Insurance. To find out more about joining the RACV Club, please click here.
As a member of the RACV Club, you have exclusive access to over 150 of the finest reciprocal clubs around the world. These Clubs have been endorsed by the Committee as Clubs where members can enjoy excellence in terms of facilities, service and accommodation.
In order to make use of these clubs, members are required to arrange a letter of introduction prior to their visit, and show their membership card and a copy of the introduction letter upon arrival.
It is the responsibility of the member to book accommodation at the chosen Reciprocal Club, and also to ensure that all accounts are finalised prior to departure. Any charges incurred cannot be debited to the member’s club account.
So wherever you are in the world, it's reassuring to know that a reciprocal RACV Club is never far away.
To order a letter of introduction, select the country and location you intend to visit or contact Club Membership on 1300 501 501.