10.3.19 / West Hollywood / California

At The New Soho Warehouse in L.A, Anyone Can Feel Like a Soho House Member

The biggest Soho House in North America

Downtown Los Angeles has been getting a major hospitality makeover, and much of that recent energy has been directed towards Soho House’s latest property, Soho Warehouse. The sprawling seven-story space is Soho House’s biggest North American outpost yet, transforming a 103-year old warehouse space with their signature style (with some charming L.A touches including local artwork throughout the building), as well as a few new amenities. The biggest one might come as a pleasant surprise to non-members: anyone who books a room will have access to all of the spaces offered at Soho Warehouse, making them temporary members for the duration of their stay. That includes The Garden restaurant and lounge on the ground floor, the Soho Active gym, the social and working spaces on the 6th floor, and of course, the rooftop, where there’s another bar, terrace, and pool with a view of the L.A skyline. While this might seem familiar to regular Soho House guests, Soho Warehouse feels like it already has an identity as a standalone property, brining together all of the things that have made the brand so popular. It also brings all of those comforts to anyone staying in one of the rooms, transforming their experience and giving them a taste of the Soho House lifestyle.

Soho Warehouse opens to Every House members on October 14th

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