In the heart of it all. At 6 East 44th Street between 5th and Madison Avenues, The Club is conveniently located right in midtown. Accessible from almost all subway lines, Metro North, and only a short 15-minute walk from Amtrak and LIRR. Within just walking distance to Times Square and centrally located for all your traveling needs.
The Club has a relationship with City Parking (formally Quik Park), located at 118 West 44th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues. They offer our Members the price of $35 for 24-hour self-parking. At this time, City Park has suspended their valet service. Call 212.986.0300 with questions.
The Cornell Club offers complimentary wireless access throughout The Club including guest rooms. The wireless network is protected and requires a username and password that can be provided by the Front Desk.
The Club management and staff hope that Members of The Cornell Club-New York think of The Club as a home away from home. The Club welcomes any family members and guests to utilize The Club; each guest is permitted to visit twice per year without the Member present (all charges incurred will be billed to the Member's account), and an unlimited number of times with the Member present. Contact The Club to arrange for a guest pass.
Guests will always be made to feel at home in the Lobby, however we do request that the Member is present prior to the guest's arrival. Notify the front desk if your guest may arrive before you.
Absolutely! The Club prides itself on bringing the familial feeling of the Cornell University campus to New York City. Members' family and guests of all ages are welcome at The Club, and we are happy to provide accommodations and dining arrangements to suit.
The Cornell Club welcomes applications for membership from Cornell University alumni, faculty, staff, and family members of Cornellians, as well as graduates of our affiliate schools and business associates of our Members. If you know someone who is interested in membership who is not affiliated with these categories, he or she can be sponsored to join as a Business Associate.
The Club asks that you speak to a manager and allow management to address any concerns directly. If a manager is not available, the front desk can provide you with the manager's contact information.
We ask that you do not take any pictures in The Club, as this is for the protection of your fellow Members.
Appropriate dress is mandatory at all times in The Club. The Club's dress code is Smart Casual, which includes: collared shirts, slacks, blue jeans, sneakers, and knee-length shorts. T-shirts, athletic apparel, flip flops, torn/tattered jeans, and ball/casual caps are not permitted. Business attire is always welcome. For the Health & Fitness Center, appropriate sneakers, t-shirts, shorts, or sweats are the only acceptable gym attire. The dress code is posted in the House Rules for your convenience.
No, The Cornell Club is a completely smoke-free facility.
The discreet display and/or use of business papers and hand-held computer instruments is permitted in the Lobby, Tap & Grill, and the Andrew Dickson White Room. Full use of business papers is confined to the Business Center and private meeting rooms. The display and use of computers and other business equipment is confined to the Lobby, Business Center, private meeting rooms, guest rooms, and telephone booths. Members and guests should set cell phones and similar devices to silent/vibrate mode. Cell phone usage is permitted in the Business Center and phone vestibule on the first floor, in the stairwells, and other private areas of The Club. Cell phones are not permitted in any public space in The Club, which includes the Lobby, dining rooms, Andrew Dickson White Room, and the Health & Fitness Center. Please refer to the House Rules for more information.
No. We do not have monthly minimums.
Yes! As a matter of fact we have recycling bins in all kitchens and we utilize recycled products for our "to-go" program.
Trans fat has been banned from New York City Restaurants. The Club does not use trans fat.
The Club is aware of dietary restrictions and has specialty menu items labeled in each of our dining rooms for your convenience. If you do not see an item to meet your needs, simply ask, we are eager to accommodate!
These programs never end. Furthermore, pricing is constant and never adjusted to the market.
This falls under the protection of fellow Members. We do not want any Member to enter the dining rooms and feel as if they are amongst a private party. As such, we request that larger groups arrange for a private dining room.
You can bring in your own cake but we ask that presents remain discreet. Place settings are appropriate in a private room. If you would like a private room for a special event, please contact the Meetings & Events Department at 212.692.1376.
Yes, as long as it is not on our wine list. A corkage fee of $15 will be billed to your account.
We do not offer room service.
No, charges in the dining room are posted to the Member's membership account.
Members may host an event or sponsor companies or individuals to hold an event under the Member's account. As long as a Member sponsorship form is signed, the Member does not need to be present at the event.
Yes. All private event spaces have a food and beverage minimum requirement associated with them. The amount is determined by the time frame of the event. Contact the Meeting & Events Department for more information.
As stated in the House Rules, outside food and beverage is not permitted in The Cornell Club.
We have spaces appropriate for events of all sizes. Our smallest meeting rooms require a minimum of four guests, and our largest event space can accommodate up to 150 guests.
Get fit with us! Membership includes complimentary membership to the Health & Fitness Center. Please visit the Health & Fitness Center on the sixth floor during operating hours for more information.
The Health & Fitness Center is gratis for overnight guests.
No. The Club does, however, occasionally have classes such as Yoga and Relaxation. Members are able to reserve squash courts at the Yale Club for an hourly fee.
A wide variety. It offers Nutritional Counseling, Personal Training, and Massage Therapy. Please contact the Health & Fitness Center for the prices of these services.
With any overnight stay, The Club offers a complimentary buffet breakfast served in the Cayuga Room, our main dining room on the second floor. The breakfast buffet has a large assortment and you are free to invite guests for a minimal charge. There is also complimentary coffee and tea service served in the lobby from 7:00am-4:00pm, as well as single service coffee and tea machines in each overnight room.
To visit a reciprocal club, you must contact the reciprocal club and make your arrangements directly with that club. After you have made your arrangements, you must contact The Cornell Club to send a letter of introduction on your behalf. Please note that all letters of introduction are sent either via email or fax directly to the reciprocal club, and they can only be sent within 30 days of your intended arrival date at a reciprocal club. You should make your arrangements as soon as possible, but letters of introduction cannot be sent more than 30 days before your visit.
A letter of introduction is a form stating that a Member is in good standing and should therefore be allowed to use the facilities at a reciprocal club. They are mandatory for using a reciprocal club and are sent directly to the reciprocal club via fax or email. Members cannot visit a reciprocal club without having a letter of introduction sent on their behalf. Each letter is valid for 30 days once issued.
Because all of our reciprocal clubs are privately owned and operated, they have the right to determine and change their room rates. As such, The Cornell Club does not have reciprocal room rates on hand. Please contact the reciprocal club directly for the most up to date rate information.
Contact the reciprocal club and speak with someone in their catering or events department. Tell him or her that you are a Cornell Club-New York Member and you want to host an event there through our reciprocal relationship. Then please contact The Cornell Club with the name and email address or fax number of the person planning your event so that a letter of introduction may be sent to that club.
You can bring guests with you to a reciprocal club as long as you are also present. You cannot sponsor guests to use reciprocal clubs.
There is no fee for visiting a reciprocal club except whatever charges you incur while there. For example, most clubs charge a daily fee for using their fitness center so if you used those facilities while there you would be responsible for the fitness center charge.
The Club requires that you pay at the reciprocal club upon departure with a credit card. It is not our policy to allow Members to charge back to their Cornell Club account.
Of course. Members can bring guests to all Club Programs. Guest charges are placed on the Member's account.
No. Members can bring family, friends, colleagues, and clients to Club Programs. It's a great way to show off your Club!
Definitely. A wine tasting, winemaker's dinner, or lecture is a great way to entertain clients in an exclusive clubhouse setting. We are happy to provide you with a receipt for business purposes.
Unfortunately, no. All orders for tickets go through a broker.
Yes. Our reservation/cancellation policy is as follows: The Cornell Club requires reservations for all events with fees. For events that require reservations, Members may cancel until two days before the day of the event without incurring a cancellation fee. Members who cancel after this two-day deadline are subject to a cancellation fee, and Members who do not show for an event will be charged. This cancellation policy does not apply to gratis events, such as lectures. All ticketed events (e.g., US Open, theatre, and museum and walking tours) are final sale at the time the reservation is made. Cancellations or no-shows for Interclub events held at other clubs are subject to full charge after the two-day deadline. Any exceptions to this cancellation policy will be noted in the description of the event in the newsletter.
Members can pay membership dues and house charges automatically if they sign an autopayment form. To obtain this form please contact the accounting department at J.Alston@cornellclubnyc.com or 212.692.1371
Yes, unless you've gone green. You will receive your monthly statement via mail with all charges and payments, unless you request to go paperless and check your statement online by accessing the member side of the website www.cornellclubnyc.com. Please inform The Club if you would like to go paperless, and you will only receive the newsletter each month by contacting David Dorin at D.Dorin@cornellclubnyc.com or 212.692.1374.
Dine, stay etc. House credits may be applied toward your meals, hotel charges, or any other services at The Club. House credits are not applicable towards membership dues and initiation/reinstatement fees.
Quarterly & Monthly. Dues are billed quarterly unless the Member indicates he or she prefers annual billing. House charges are billed monthly.