Soho House Barcelona, a private members club, couldn’t have chosen a better location than the beautiful 18th-century building in the Duc de Medinaceli square.
When first walking in, we were not only starstruck by the interior brick walls in the reception area, but also by the decoration that combines a mix of Catalan and Gothic design. After a friendly check-in, we arrived at the fifth floor and our eyes were drawn directly to the large chic bar in the middle of the room. Vintage couches are pressed alongside of the open windows where members can enjoy a view of the Port Vell Marina. The fifth floor, known as The Square Bar, is an area designed with a unique homey flair to give members a comfortable space to work and meet. The catch to being a member of the Soho House Barcelona is being a professional in the creative arts and media sector. We have the pleasure of being part of this membership because our founder of The Treasures Barcelona, Carolina Carrasco, is also a founding member of the Soho House Barcelona.
Why so exclusive? The Soho House Barcelona creates an environment to make work, meetings, and networking for members a delightful experience. That is why the Soho House offers bedrooms for members to have a pleasant stay, a roof terrace with stunning sights of the city, and a variety of elegantly decorated restaurants and bars. That’s not all though. Just to add to the quirks, Soho House Barcelona also included two pools, a cinema, a gym, and a spa. Needless to say, their intention of creating a home away from home for its members was accomplished. Not to worry, travelers and nonmembers, don’t feel excluded. Soho House Barcelona offers it’s spa, The Cowshed Relax, it’s prestige restaurant, Cecconi’s Barcelona, and its bar and lounge private room for events, La Mercè, open to the public. That means everyone is allowed to have a taste of this treasure.
Soho House truly has it all. That being said, Barcelona has it all.