Soho House

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From its origins as a private members’ club in London, Soho House has expanded its empire beyond NYC to L.A., Miami, Berlin and Toronto. Designed as a place for creative types to relax, socialize and work, the converted warehouse space is split into six levels, housing a spa, a library, a screening room, a restaurant and bar—complete with a wood-burning fireplace—and a rooftop pool. You don’t have to be a member to stay here, but membership perks apply. The rooms offer the kind of understated luxury you’d actually like to live with: plush rugs on wooden floors, antique chandeliers hanging from wooden-beamed ceilings and, in some cases, elaborately carved beds. Showers are stocked with the house spa’s divine-smelling Cowshed toiletries. Rooms: 30.

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Venue name: Soho House
Contact:
Address: 29–35 Ninth Ave
New York
10014
Cross street: between W 13th and W 14th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Tue 7am–2am; Wed–Sat 7am–3am; Sun 7am–midnight
Transport: Subway: A, C, E to 14th St; L to Eighth Ave
Price: $400–$1,100 double. AmEx, MC, V
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I came here one Tuesday afternoon with a friend and it was PACKED. I was shocked since it was only 11:45. Granted it was the first nice day in New York all year. The food looked amazing - sadly the wait for a table was over 2 hours so we left and went down the street to get some food. I'd love to come back here on a day (if there is ever one) where it's not too crowded. The poolside looked amazing and the ambiance was beyond bougie (which I love).