Founded in London in 1995 as a private members’ club for people in the creative industries, Soho House & Co has since opened clubs across Europe and North America, as well as restaurants, cinemas, workspaces, spas and bedrooms.
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Members’ clubs worldwide for eating, drinking and relaxing.
We have bedrooms, apartments, lofts and cabins, at the beach, in the city and in the countryside, for short and long stays.
Soho Home is a collection of furniture, tableware, textiles and accessories inspired by, or used in, the Houses worldwide as well as vintage finds and limited edition art prints. Some items have been selected from Berlin, Miami and New York, while others have been specifically designed for Soho House Chicago, Soho Farmhouse and Soho House Barcelona.
Each of our restaurants has its own personality and atmosphere. From classic Italian to modern British, we’re committed to producing simple dishes using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients in all our kitchens.
Our Houses are in diverse locations around the world, but our mission has always been the same: to create a comfortable home away from home for our members.
Bringing together a community of like-minded people, our membership is mainly drawn from the creative industries, including film, fashion, advertising, music, art and tech. Applicants must be nominated by two existing Soho House members.
We opened our first spa in the old cow shed at Babington House, Somerset, in 1998. There are now Cowshed spas from Berlin to Miami to Istanbul, offering a full range of treatments using our award-winning bath, body and skincare products.
Soho House & Co offers places to stay in the UK, Europe and North America. We have bedrooms, apartments, lofts and cabins, at the beach, in the city and in the countryside, for short and long stays. Guests are welcome to use our members’ spaces during their stay.
Set in the former Midland Bank building in the heart of the City, The Ned was designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924. The heritage building hosts nine restaurants, 252 bedrooms channeling 1920s and 1930s design, a range of men’s and women’s grooming services and a members’ club.