A brand-new Soho House is coming to west London

Picantes, rooftop pools and poshos. That’s what springs to mind when you think of Soho House, the exclusive London members’ clubs known for their celebrity members, glamorous skyline vistas and er… terrible service

Lately, the hubs for well-to-do London creatives have been floundering, with members complaining of long waits for food and drinks, overly busy houses and general disrepair in the venues. That’s why Soho House has decided to open a new central London spot, and it’s just been given the green light to take over a former restaurant in Mayfair. 

Opening in Lancashire Square, Soho House in Mayfair will repurpose the site that housed brasserie Hush, which closed its doors after 24 years in November 2023. However, the new Soho House won’t be open until 3am like the one on Greek Street. Concerns that noisy guests could cause a nuisance in the neighbourhood mean the Mayfair house will have to shut at 1:30am. The new spot should have space for up to 170 members of London’s creative elite. 

In January Soho House announced it wouldn’t be taking on any new London members for the time being, with current members complaining of overcrowding in the capital’s houses – news which was welcomed by many Soho House-ers. After all, how will they get their picantes if they keep letting in any old riff-raff?

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