For 113 years, Arizona Club has distinguished itself as your “home away from home” by specializing in personal recognition and attention to details. As the oldest private social club in Arizona, it’s our tradition to make every visit relaxing and enjoyable.
At the top, floors 37 and 38, of Chase Tower in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona Club offers its members panoramic views of the valley during breakfast, lunch, dinner or your private business meetings.
Members and their guests enjoy an impressive dining experience with each visit. Executive Chef Jayson Bonino can satisfy special requests and dietary restrictions.
Arizona Club offers a total of 5,000 square feet in 6 rooms accommodating 5 to 350 people for business meetings and elaborate social affairs. Contact the catering department for your next event.
We have a passion for exceeding Member expectations and we take pride in providing an incomparable level of service.
Celebrating 113 Years of History (1894 – 2007)
In many ways, the history of the Arizona Club is the story of Arizona and the families who carved a city out of a wild, isolated desert valley. In the early 1890’s, the Phoenix Social Club and the Maricopa Club were formed with members including such illustrious pioneers as Territorial Governor Oaks Murphy, Territorial Congressman Marcus A. Smith, B.A. Packard, Baron Goldwater and Col. Espes Randolph. For the first 21 years there were only three presidents, all of who served on the Territorial Supreme Court. The all-important goal of the clubs? Social enjoyment. A goal that was well met.
In 1906, the two clubs merged and took a new name. The “Arizona Club” had its headquarters in the gracious Adams hotel and other historic buildings until it found a home in the New Luhrs building in 1924. From the top floors, the view of the surrounding ranches was breathtaking.
In 1969, the Arizona Club merged with the Cloud Club providing two elegant facilities in uptown and downtown Phoenix. The members of the 45-year old Kiva Club merged with the Arizona Club in 1987. Today, the Club boasts beautiful facilities overlooking downtown Phoenix and offers a quiet refuge that is elegantly private, yet supremely inviting. A place where achievement, membership and hospitality naturally come together.
Through the years, the Club has lived through changes of America. It had its bouts with prohibition. It survived two depressions and still remained open to members and guests.
For over 100 years, the Arizona Club is where the state’s heritage – and its future – have come together in elegant settings dedicated solely to the members’ comfort, pleasure and delight in personal attention.