Located in the heart of Quetta Cantt, offering unparalleled amenities, dining and recreation facilities.
Quetta Club was originally established in 1891 at Zarghoon (Pashto word meaning “Green”) Road. The earthquake of May 1935 played foul with the records of the Club which remained un-retrieved from the debris of the construction that struck the Club premises located in the city and reportedly it was erected in 1879 at Zarghoon Road, opposite General Post Office.
The present site in the cantonment was constructed in 1891 designed by Lt Col E.W. Pert of Royal Engineers and was known as Upper Gymkhana. After destruction in 1935 earthquake it was reestablished in 1937 in the present building. Reportedly, Gen B.L Montgomery, as member of the then Committee, proposed shifting of the Quetta Club building to the present site. His house is also now the Staff College Museum. Club centenary was celebrated in May 1991.
Exquisite and contemporary fine dining, coffee, banqueting, conference and meeting rooms. Recent renovation efforts have added seating capacity of over 600 places, taking the overall capacity to 1550 persons across various facilities in the club.
So whether you are looking to hold a team meet up of 10 persons, or a grand celebration for over a thousand people, Quetta Club will be your preferred destination.
Quetta Club Limited
Club Road, Quetta Cantt.
Army: 36072, 36251