Soho House Paris

The hotel and members' club group have opened a highly-anticipated hotel and private club in Paris.

Occupying a 19th-century apartment building that once served as French artist and writer Jean Cocteau’s family home, Soho House’s first Paris property - located in the former red-light Pigalle neighborhood - is a tribute to the city’s art and design legacy. The design recalls Paris’s bohemian heyday - from the early 20th Century - with low-level lighting and rich textures mixing traditional French-boudoir style with contemporary Art Deco details - aged-glass mirrored walls, gold leaf trompe l’oeil ceilings, and period fabric patterns from Maison Pierre Frey’s archive collection. 

In the club spaces, there's a number of references to Cocteau’s Côte d’Azur villa, from the mosaic-tiled floor inspired by his face murals at the entryway to vintage velvet furniture to a 150-piece, all-paintings collection that includes works by Jules de Balincourt and Laure Provoust. Taking cues from the nearby Moulin Rouge, a cabaret room hosts screenings and performances, while the winter garden beckons with a pool terrace a courtyard garden - with painted trellis walls filled with plants, and a menu of French staples such as escargot and croques monsieur.

Ideal For

Soho House members and Soho Friends

Favorite Room

The Winter Garden is partially covered by a glass roof. There are painted trellis walls filled with greenery and plants, rattan and wicker furniture and comfortable banquettes, mixed with traditional French furniture. Behind is the main club bar, with rattan wallpaper, art deco lights, antique mirrors and a bamboo bar down one side. Above this, on the first floor, the Pool Terrace has sunbeds next to a small pool overlooking the central courtyard below.