About Reciprocal Clubs
The Williams Club has agreements with over 200 Reciprocal Clubs around the country and abroad. These are other private clubs, like our own, where our Club members are welcome to use the facilities.
To arrange a visit to any of the reciprocal clubs in our network, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org) to secure a Letter of Introduction. Requests for Letters of Introduction can also be submitted online. Within two business days, a LOI will be emailed to that club, with a cc to you. Once our member receives that, they simply contact that club directly and reserve accordingly.
When making your request, please be sure to provide the following:
Your member number
The name of the club you plan to visit
The dates of your visit
The name(s) of any additional guest(s) you will have accompanying you
An email address if you prefer a copy of your letter to be sent to you for your personal records
Please note that all charges incurred at reciprocal clubs must be settled prior to your departure from the host club. Charges at reciprocal clubs cannot be applied to your Williams Club account.
If you have any questions regarding any of the clubs included in our network, we encourage you to contact that particular club directly as they will be able to provide you with the most accurate information on their facilities and policies.
Helpful Tips for Visiting Reciprocal Clubs
Be sure to ask what the host club’s policy is on cancellations when booking
If the club does not have overnight accommodations, it is often worth asking if they have a special arrangement with any local hotels
If there is any confusion about your Williams Club membership or identification when you arrive at the host club, you can always have the host club contact the Williams Club to verify your membership and take care of any necessary paperwork immediately.