Quick Hits: An Inside Look at Soho House’s Newest Property “The Ned”

Everyone who’s anyone is currently buzzing about Soho House’s newest London hotel, The Ned. Formerly a Midland Bank, the Grade-I listed, 11-storey building was designed in 1924 by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens (aha moment). The hotel hasn’t officially opened its doors yet, until then, allow us to give you the inside scoop on the interior. The building will host eight world class restaurants, 252 hotel rooms and ooh la la exclusives like The Ned’s Club.

Cecconis at The Ned
Cecconis at The Ned

Photo Credit: thened.comIn order to gain access to The Ned’s Club you will need to be a hotel guest or a member. Highlights include a glamorous rooftop pool, bar and restaurant with breathtaking views of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

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And what about those 252 hotel rooms? Forget your standard neutrals, The Ned will be fully embracing the roaring 20s with opulent extravagance. Each room will be firmly in character showcasing vintage pieces, silk victorian wallpaper, mahogany furniture and glistening chandeliers. Marble tiled bathrooms come fully stocked with their signature luxury Cowshed products with which you can indulge in the walk-in rainforest shower.Photo Credit: Alan Jensen

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And what self-respecting hotel doesn’t have a world class fitness center? Ned Club Active (also members only) is fully equipped with a pilates, yoga, and spin studio to counteract that sumptuous dinner. The spa is an oasis of calm away from hectic central London where you can de-stress and unkink those knots. Sauna, steam and hammam those worries away, finished off with a dip in the 20 meter pool.

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The Ned is set to be London’s hottest new hotel, so come hang out and get your Gatsby on. You might even snag your very own Leo.

The Ned is currently accepting applications here27 Poultry, London EC2R 8AJ