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May 3, 2020updated Jun 03, 2020

Soho House Istanbul

The House has 87 bedrooms, made up of small rooms, mezzanines, The Playroom and The Apartment.

By Alex Martin

The vast Soho House Istanbul occupies four gorgeous buildings in the Beyoğlu district, the creative heart of the city. Opened in 2015, it is the 13th and latest property in the group of private members’ clubs. The private club spaces are housed in the Corpi, a stunning 1873 building that was home to the US embassy from 1906-1937. The House has 87 bedrooms, made up of small rooms, mezzanines, The Playroom and The Apartment. The décor takes inspiration from Istanbul’s Ottoman architecture with gold and dark wood prominent throughout. Furnishings are a mixture of precious antiques and custom-made designs. Guests can experience refined versions of classic Middle Eastern dishes at Soho House Istanbul’s Naavah restaurant. The group’s signature eatery Cecconi’s serves refined Italian food such as hand-made pasta dishes. The Cowshed Spa offers a range of traditional Hamam treatments and a grooming room keeps gents looking their best.

Top Suite: The Apartment

This vast 3,035-square-foot space is available for either short or long-term lets. It includes an expansive terrace with Jacuzzi and a BBQ, a super king-size bed, walk-in rainforest shower and bathtub, fully integrated kitchen and bar and dining table seating for 10. Guests also benefit from complimentary wi-fi, flat screen TV while an adjoining Tiny Room can be added to make it a two-bed.

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