Soho House Berlin
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Soho House Berlin is a private members’ club with 65 rooms, 20 fully serviced apartments and 4 spacious lofts. Set over eight floors of a restored Bauhaus building in the Mitte district, Soho House Berlin includes a Cowshed Spa and gym, a rooftop pool, restaurants, bars, a screening room and private Event spaces.
Originally opened in 1928 as a department store, the property was seized by the wartime government before being occupied by the post-war, Communist regime until 1956. It was then used to house the Communist Party archives and the Central Committee’s Historical Institution. After German reunification the building was legally returned to the descendants of its original owners.
At 118 sqm the largest rooms include free standing baths, dining tables and seating areas. Most of the bedrooms have a traditional vintage record player and selection of custom vinyl LP’s.
Berlin Apartments are an exciting form of accommodation for Soho House. They have been built with travelling creatives in mind…those staying in Berlin will have a home away from home in the city as all apartments have kitchen facilities for guests’ convenience, but are cleaned and serviced by us.
The Berlin Lofts are a series of vast modern spaces available to hire for short to long term lets, as well as private parties and tailor-made events. Each Berlin Loft benefits from an open-plan living and dining area that features a, 5.1 Cinema system, 75” TV, high-spec Kitchen, a dining table for 12 guests and either a grand piano or football table. With a fully stocked Bar and Eat- in Kitchen, vintage DJ decks and speakers, and enough space to throw a Party, the Lofts are the perfect base for those wishing to lodge, live and entertain in Berlin. All four lofts are serviced by a 24-hour Concierge and daily Housekeeping service. Guests will also have the option of private dining, including a personal Chef, Bartender and Waiter service.
The Club Floor is built around a central bar, with the House Kitchen located to one side and the sitting room to the other. A black and white tiled floor runs throughout the House Kitchen, with parquet tiling over the rest of the floor. The restaurant seats 50 and is furnished with chunky metal tables and red kitchen chairs, while the sitting room features a mixture of oversized sofas, banquette seating and comfortable chairs. Two fireplaces sit either side of the bar, which is decorated throughout with chandelier lighting.
Above the Club Floor the Rooftop features a heated pool, tiled with green Pyrolave volcanic stone and surrounded by timber decking, striped sun lounges and umbrellas. Overlooking the pool, the indoor bar and kitchen feature mirrored walls and marbled white tables, and open onto a terrace on either side.