I have been a member for a few years and the Club continues to improve. When I first stayed at the club I had a bed so rickety that I had to wedge myself into a corner to avoid rolling off the sunken mattress. Since then the third floor rooms have been refurbished and they offer an excellent central London room for a very reasonable price (good breakfast too). The Club has also improved facilities for members wishing to work with a business centre and internet access in the chambers (not wireless unfortunately). The Coffee Room serves excellent food; the menu is always inventive and the chefs work hard to maintain the reputation that the club earned when the first celebrity chef Alexis Soyer ran the kitchens. Good range of drinks available from the bar in the saloon and plenty of comfortable chairs to have a snooze after dinner. At lunchtime the Strangers room serves a good buffet. Plenty of evening events help to make the Reform Club a good place for members and their guests to meet and socialise in the centre of London.
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