Commissioned Swarovski chandeliers against the former warehouse structure adding to the striking atmosphere and views over downtown Manhattan, or for sunny days by the pool, you could always eat on the first come, first served basis on the Roof.
Panelled in weathered and whitewashed timber, the bedrooms are like sophisticated, rustic cabins in an urban setting.
The Meatpacking District is the epitome of luxury, with high-end shops and restaurants left, right and centre. This is where you can expect to find New York's A-list eating in the hippest new restaurants or partying in the exclusive member's bars and nightclub.
British deep buttoned, 'plush', and laid back Bohemian 'chic', bring a distinct style to Manhattan's Meatpacking district. Bathrooms feature big, luxurious porcelain basins, expensive Lefroy Brooks taps and indulgent power showers.
Exclusive to members, the hotel's restaurant offers an exquisite menu themed on an American Italian fusion cuisine. Despite the luxurious nature of this hotel, the restaurant's dishes are actually reasonably priced, especially compared to surrounding establishments in the Meatpacking District.
Arty… trendy… even the fire stairs mirror the creative credentials of the club's members.
The spa is a Cowshed spa; the spa range exclusive to Soho House. Treatment rooms are surprisingly spacious and stylish. The usual clinical feel of hotel spas is replaced with the pervasive sense of 'faded glamour'.
29-35 9th Avenue
New York City - USA
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