The restaurant cum bar in the 7th and roof levels of the international private club is a stomping ground for Berlin’s creatives. Non-members can catch a glimpse by spending a night in one of the 65 rooms, 20 apartments, or the four lofts of the hotel. The interior combines classic opulence with modern elements. Overstuffed furniture, dark wood floors, and velvet curtains quote the style of venerable English clubs. Handpicked antiques in each apartment create an ambience that transports guests back to the 1930s. Vintage coffee tables in the living room display a selection of books and crystal carafes; the fully stocked kitchen has everything, even fresh herbs. Opened in 1928 as a department store, and later the politburo of the GDR’s Socialist Unity Party of Germany, the Soho House’s proprietors, alongside founder Nick Jones, have transformed this building into a luxury accommodation with a cinema, pool, Cowshed spa and gym, and event space.