Soho House’s New West Hollywood Club Has the Swankiest Rooftop in the City
Step inside the 34-bedroom Holloway House, where you can spend the night and lounge in style on the rooftop.
High above the bustling streets of West Hollywood, patterned daybeds spill out onto the checkerboard rooftop that anchors Holloway House, the latest club offering from the exclusive Soho House hospitality group.
The new Los Angeles-area outpost is a 34-bedroom, art-filled oasis complete with a bar and library—and the rooftop lounge that just might be the city’s coolest new spot to sip a cocktail and take in the views.
Although Soho Houses are normally open only to club members, anyone can book a bedroom at this luxurious L.A. landing pad, where you can sink into a bed upholstered in sumptuous velvet or bouclé. Suites span five different sizes, with the biggest boasting soaking tubs. Any stay comes with complimentary snacks, tea, and coffee—plus WiFi.
Stay in a bedroom and you can access the rest of the house, where a velvet-lined club inspired by the ’60s anchors the ground level and leads to an atrium-style bar and library filled wall-to-wall with books. A light green terrazzo floor swirls throughout many of these spaces, beneath the hanging ferns that add a pop of green to the open-air feel of the atrium and voluptuous red sofas begging guests to relax in the club.
A full-service restaurant, which serves up globally inspired fare based on favorite dishes from the nearly 40 other Soho Houses around the globe, rounds out the offerings—though you can also grab mezze-style small plates and Greek wine up on the roof.
True to form, this latest offering from Soho House features an impressive art collection, all from artists under age 40 with a connection to L.A., according to the group—in fact, every bedroom sports a special piece. In the club, you’ll find a tapestry by weaver Diedrick Brackens while artist Sayre Gomez created a painting for the space. A mural by painter Jessalyn Brooks can be found on the rooftop, and work by Kohshin and Delfin Finley, two brothers whose father is the well-known (and self-described) “Gangster Gardener” Ron Finley, will soon be onsite.
Nightly rates vary depending on membership level, with the smallest Cosy rooms starting at $250 for Soho House members and $335 for guests.
To learn more about the Holloway House or apply for membership, you can check out additional information here.