One of the association’s long-term priorities is the construction of a Club house, which will aim to recreate the traditional London club atmosphere, providing hospitality, exclusivity and discretion. The Club house will include a spacious library, a club restaurant, a bar, a hall for formal events, a conference hall, business lounges, a cards and billiards room, etc.
In addition to the above, the Club house will provide a limited number of guest rooms as accommodation for Club members and foreign visitors looking for a comfortable and discreet place to stay in Sofia. Reciprocal agreements with similar clubs around the world will enable the members of the Reform Union Club to stay over at their Club houses and to make use of their services while visiting the relevant country. Respectively, the members of partner clubs will be able to use the services provided by the Reform Union Club house, in keeping with the Internal Rules of the association and the bilateral agreements signed by the Club. The Club will also rent some of its rooms to its members should they express a desire to organise a private party, dinner or business meeting.
The Reform Union Club’s activities as a public organisation include hosting various social events, business meetings, official receptions, discussion evenings, forums and seminars with the participation of distinguished local and international guest speakers. In addition, the Club house will also offer comfortable spaces for lighter activities such as private conversations, reading and relaxation, requiring a quiet and discreet environment.