Connections @ Trafalgar Square Draws Modern “Urban Nomads”

By P. Joseph

A magnificent Grade II listed Victorian building located in the heart of Central London has reopened its doors as one of the city’s most exclusive private members clubs.

Built in 1887 as part of a 500-room “Grand Hotel”, the building underwent a multi-million pound investment, re-emerging earlier this year as Connections @ Trafalgar Square.

Billed as being designed for today’s on-the-move businessmen and women, the club boasts a variety of distinct spaces, including a Club Living Room, a Gallery Lounge and separate meeting rooms.

The composition of the building makes it ideal for working independently, as well as holding both formal and informal meetings and events, and networking with fellow Members.

The club’s Business Club Members have access to a wide range of services such as free high speed internet access, a smart board and video conferencing studio, expert on-site IT and AV technicians, a 24-hour fitness suite with showers, and members networking events. They can also enjoy preferential room rates at Club Quarters, Trafalgar Square, a boutique hotel located onsite, as well as 14 Club Quarters hotels in London and the US.

Members on business in New York also have privileged access to its sister clubs, the View of the World Terrace Club at the World Centre Hotel, The Terrace Club in the heart of Rockefeller Centre and the historic Midtown Executive Club, with the Club Collection Membership package.

Extra options to enhance members’ working capabilities include a virtual PA, telephone answering service, mailbox facility, and access to fully-equipped offices for a short or long term lease.

Membership rates at Connections @ Trafalgar Square start at £295 per annum for an individual, or £1,249 per annum for a corporate membership.

By P. Joseph