For its first 30 years, the Club rented increasingly larger clubhouses, always on Prospect Street, until in 1901 when its members merged and developed plans for what we know today as our home.
In 1904, The Hartford Club opened its doors of the Georgian Revival Building on 46 Prospect Street. The Club and its members share a tremendous appreciation for the intricate and classic architectural details found throughout the building.
With upkeep and careful renovations over the years, the Club has always been consistent in maintaining its welcoming and elegant ambiance. With more than seven additional rooms, the Club can accommodate a variety of functions to meet members’ needs.
HONORING HISTORIC TRADITION
CULTIVATING THE NEW
A grand room for celebrations or conferences, which can hold up to 250. Perfect for a wedding, bar or bat mitzvah, or even a business conference.
The ideal space to enjoy a cocktail with colleagues or friends, a casual business lunch, or even to use as your office for the day. Monday through Friday members and guests can take advantage of complimentary Continental Breakfast.
Pure elegance, in the talented hands of Executive Chef, Leslie Tripp. See hours of operation to learn when you can taste his latest creations.
Cigar Lounge & Billards Room
Mark Twain inspired, driven by leisurely engagements between members and guests.
Robust in design, this room can accommodate up to 60 people for a luncheon, dinner, or meeting of any kind.
Featuring the Board Presidents, this room offers space from a meeting for two, to a dinner for 20.
Fair Play Room
Once the only room women had access to, now serves as the bright and inviting room for you to enjoy a gathering from 2 - 20 people.
Amongst the Club’s herb garden and strung with lights for evenings under the stars, our Patio offers a place to enjoy privacy with a breeze.