The members’ club and hotel overlooks Juhu Beach, and has a rooftop pool
Soho House, an inclusive members’ club and hotel for the creative industry, has opened its first location in Asia – in Mumbai, India. Established in 1995 by founder and CEO Nick Jones, Soho House has 22 premises in the UK, Europe and North America, as well as restaurants, cinemas, spas, workspaces and hotels. Mumbai is its 23rd opening.
Set within a 11-storey building in Juhu, Soho House Mumbai features 38 bedrooms, a floor of members’ space, a gym, rooftop pool and a 32-seat screening room. On the ground floor, there are two restaurants open to the public, Cecconi’s Mumbai, serving modern classic Italian, and The Allis, a lounge and café. The interiors of each floor have colourful block printed fabrics from Rajasthan, plus locally-sourced furniture and Indian antiques, with a curated art collection.
On the rooftop is a bar, restaurant and swimming pool, with views of the city to the east and the Arabian sea to the west. The eighth floor is the main members’ space, with a bar and outdoor balconies, overlooked by a library on the ninth floor.
The rooms range in size, with two Playroom suites, while the gym on the second floor has Technogym equipment, a group fitness studio, steam rooms, laundry facilities, an outdoor workout space and a juice bar. There is also the Eva room that can be hired for events.