Why did the Princeton Club close?

  • In keeping with the mandates by city and state authorities, the Club closed to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. We sincerely hope that you and those close to you stay safe and well.The decision to close the Club on a temporary basis is a proactive measure to help enforce social distancing to contain the spread of the virus.

Can members enter the Clubhouse?

  • No. All areas, including the lounge, gym, restaurants, event venues, guest rooms and business center are closed.

Is the staff being laid off?

  • Yes. The Club’s staff is being laid off during this temporary closure. A small group of essential staff are working remotely to answer phones and work with members to adjust their travel and event plans.

How long will the Club be closed?

  • We aren’t certain. The situation continues to evolve. We are hoping to return to normal operations as soon as we are able. Please check our website or emails for updated information about re-opening.
Will I receive a refund of my dues or assessment now that the Club is closed?
  • No. Membership is a 12-month commitment. We depend on membership dues to sustain the Club. Our clubhouse is closed temporarily. We hope to be back up and operating as soon as possible.
  • We are prorating next quarters’ gym and locker fees based on a reopening date. Quarterly minimum balances will be moved to next quarter.

Do I still need to pay the balance of this year's dues and assessment?

  • Yes.  We are stretching our cash reserves to their limits so in addition to covering critical funding for our temporarily laid off employees, we still need to defray all the obligations necessary to maintain the fabric and viability of our Clubhouse.
  • We are prorating next quarters’ gym and locker fees based on our reopening date. Quarterly minimum balances will be moved to next quarter.

I have a club mailbox. If I am not allowed to enter the Clubhouse, how do I pick up my mail?