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FAQ

Q: Does the Hope Club have special rules of etiquette?
Q: What is the dress code?
Q: Do I need to be a member or guest of a member to use the facilities?
Q: Where may I use my cell phone or laptop?
Q: Is parking available?
Q: What is the tipping policy?


Q: Does the Hope Club have special rules of etiquette?
A: Yes, we ask members and guests to:

  • Please respect the privacy of Hope Club members and guests.

  • Members and guests must abide by the Club dress code at all times while in the Clubhouse. Hats, coats, and hand luggage must be left in the coatroom or kept in guest bedrooms. The use of identification badges shall be confined to private meeting rooms.

  • Use of cell phones and all electronic devices is prohibited in all public and dining areas of the Hope Club. Display and exchange of business or personal papers, date books and the use of laptops is also prohibited.

  • Private meeting rooms may be reserved within which such papers may be displayed or exchanged. Published materials such as books, magazines and newspapers are welcome in the Reading Room and Grill Room. Phone booths are available under the stairs for cell phone conversations.

Q: What is the dress code?
A: Formal Dining Room – Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie. Ladies are required to dress in a manner appropriate for business or late afternoon/evening dining. Neckties and bowties are optional for gentlemen on Fridays as well as from Memorial Day weekend through September.

Informal Dining Areas – Smart casual attire is permitted, at all times in our informal dining areas, the Grill Room and Ames Court.

Denim of any sort, casual sports clothing and casual/sport footwear are never acceptable at the Club. Gym wear is only allowed on the ground floor. Overnight guests in athletic attire must use the Club’s parking lot entrance and elevator to the guestrooms to avoid the public areas of the Club.

Q: Do I need to be a member or guest of a member to use the facilities?
A: Yes. For inquiries on the use of the Club for corporate events and special occasions such as weddings or to learn more about membership, click here.

Q: Where may I use my cell phone or laptop?
A: Use of cell phones and electronic devices is prohibited in dining and public areas of the Clubhouse. Members and guests may use the phone booths, second floor meeting rooms and guest rooms for electronic communication.

Q: Is parking available?
A: Complimentary on-site parking is available in our lot. Attendant parking is offered as needed.

Q: What is the tipping policy?
A: Club Employees are not permitted to accept gratuities.