The Bengal Club offers meeting and office rooms which can be hired by members and their guests (who do not necessarily have to be residents at the Club) on hourly or daily basis from Monday -Saturday. The Business Centre has free high-speed broadband and comes with a projector and screen and a single user Zoom License for meetings with up to 500 people. Refreshments are served from the Club’s dining outlets.
Owing to the very convenient and well-connected location of the Club, as well as the reasonable rates at which the facilities are available, the Business Centre is frequently hired for all kinds of meetings including interviews, sales meetings and legal arbitrations.
For more information about charges and to reserve the Business Centre,
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The Library is one of the largest and certainly the oldest of its kind in the city. Apart from holding an invaluable collection of rare and contemporary books on the 1857 Revolt, it has a distinctive collection of books on
eighteenth and nineteenth century Bengal and the city of Calcutta.
It also has a very large number of modern books with new titles added every month, in addition to more than thirty periodicals and an expanding selection of notable feature films, classic and contemporary.
The attached Reading Room has wi-fi enabled computers which are available to members.
The appearance of our charming, Victorian salon is deceptive! With its motorised clippers, sterilised instruments and hi-tech scissors, the Barber Shop is very much of a present-day facility.
In the Truman Capote novel and the later Audrey Hepburn starrer, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the central character, Holly Golightly, always goes to Tiffany’s when she feels down, scared or sad, and is instantly rejuvenated. It is the belief that only good things happen there that makes Tiffany’s so appealing to her.
The Reynold’s Room comes closest to Tiffany’s for our members – its ambience a soothing and pleasant antidote to the hustle and bustle of the world outside. It whispers perfection in the form of Sir Joshua Reynold’s The Fortune Teller, the elegant furniture and a grandfather clock which you hear ticking. Browse the newspapers and leaf through the magazines while enjoying the best Darjeeling tea and wafer-thin sandwiches, along with some of the freshly baked pastries from the Patisserie including their delectable chocolate.
Come savour the quiet pleasures of our Tiffany’s on the first floor.
A cozy parlour with glass walls that overlook Park Street, the Terrace Room’s charm is akin to that of your own tastefully appointed sitting room. Sip your coffee, have a drink or just sit to watch the world go by.