Soho House Chicago

House Rules

A Floor-by-Floor Tour of Soho House Chicago

Soho House Chicago, that long-heralded, British-born private club and hotel, is finally open in the West Loop.

So let’s cut the small talk and get on with the floor-by-floor breakdown, shall we...

Garden Level: Cowshed Spa


Here’s where you’ll grab a hot shave in an antique barber chair or stock up on balms and tonics dedicated to increasing your British dapperness quotient. Going up...

First Floor: Lobby and the Allis


Ballroom chandeliers. Polished brass. Velvet. That’s... just the lobby. Hit the Allis for coffee by day and martinis by night. Going up...

Mezzanine: Pizza East and Chicken Shop


Pizza East greets you with hanging aged hams and wood-oven pizza. Chicken Shop offers rotisserie chicken and “puddings,” which apparently is what British people call apple pie and chocolate brownies. Going up...

Third Floor: Guest Rooms


Four-poster beds, more chandeliers, tourists from around the globe snoring in various languages. Going up...

Fourth Floor: Cinema and the Belt Room


For those occasions when you need a 40-seat theater complete with cashmere throws tucked into the footrests. And a private party room afterward. Going up...

Fifth Floor: The Club Floor


A cushy inner sanctum with a 30-foot chesterfield couch, desks that convert into ping-pong tables and a massive bar. Yeah, you’ll want to become a member. Going up...

Rooftop: Pool


It’s a rooftop pool. You know what to do with those.

Sorry, you can’t go up any further...

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