Time Out says
The first Soho House in East Asia occupies a 28-storey skyscraper in Sheung Wan. It features a design imbued with local elements, like colour palettes and references to the filmography of Wong Kar-Wai as well as a permanent art collection focused on artists born or raised in Hong Kong. Like Soho Houses elsewhere, Hong Kong’s club has been developed with the comfort of the creative community that belongs to it in mind. Facilities include a pool room, private dining rooms, a three-floor gym and a nine-floor co-working space. Plus there are members’-only events running the gamut from film, music and fashion to wellness and design.