The Hotels at the Forefront of the Members-Only Club Revival

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By Lindsay Rogers Members-only clubs aren’t new. On the contrary, they’ve reigned supreme among one-percenters and well-heeled professionals dating as far back as the early 1700s rise of the coffeehouse in London, according to Fast Company. More than a century later, the famous Union Club was founded, the first of its kind to land in New York City, followed in 1915 by the Yale Club — the largest members-only club in history. Both would eventually pave the way for the Soho Houses and Zero Bonds of the 21st century. In that time, however, many once-prominent private member clubs have lost their …

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