Soho House Opens in Berlin

Photo courtesy Soho House

Although the Soho House has had a few mishaps at its recently-opened Los Angeles location (indoor sprinklers spraying water on guests during dinner for example), and it’s lost a bit of its luster in New York with too many investment bankers taking over the once hip space, the new Berlin outpost promises a more creative vibe that is true to the original concept of the club.

Located in Berlin’s bohemian Mitte district, the building used to be a Jewish department store before Hitler’s Nazi regime claimed the space and converted it into a youth “House of Unity.”  Now it houses a stylish 40-room hotel and private club where Euro jetsetters can lounge on the rooftop pool, relax in the Cowshed spa, or dine at Cecconi’s while mingling with a young creative community. For those not cool enough to get a a private membership, room rates at the hotel for nonmembers start at US$130.

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