That one member of your club who refuses to go along with everyone else's ideas, or even compromise? He's unaccommodating. You can also say he's difficult or unhelpful.

Unaccommodating people make things hard for others, often by refusing to acquiesce to what other people want. An unaccommodating restaurant doesn't offer any vegetarian options and won't leave the olives out of your meal, even though you hate them. And an unaccommodating person might insist on meeting at her own house, refusing to meet halfway between your homes. Accommodating means "helpful or considerate." When you add the un- ("not") prefix, you get unaccommodating.

Definitions of unaccommodating

adj not accommodating

“the unaccommodating bus driver pulled out while she was banging on the door”
disobliging, uncooperative
intentionally unaccommodating
accommodating, accommodative
helpful in bringing about a harmonious adaptation
complaisant, obliging
showing a cheerful willingness to do favors for others
having an easygoing and cheerful disposition
providing assistance or serving a useful function
having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful nature; used especially of persons and their behavior
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adj offering no assistance

“rudely unaccommodating to the customers”
providing no assistance

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