Redchurch Townhouse


The Telegraph - Redchurch Townhouse, part of the ever-popular Soho House group (but open to non-members too), is a snazzy and sociable spot on Shoreditch’s buzzing Redchurch Street. Cecconi’s restaurant is a welcome addition to this already very foodie neighbourhood. On arrival in the lobby, there’s an instant break from the more classic, countrified styles adopted by other properties in the Soho House stable, with terrazzo flooring, a simple navy velvet sofa, and a green marble-topped reception desk. read more
CN Traveler - Hidden and remote it might not be, but it is very discreet. You enter the hotel from Whitby Street, notable for its photogenic graffiti, into a lobby where a curvy navy-blue sofa and wood-panelled walls give an instant Seventies feel. The retro interiors continue upstairs, where 37 bedrooms range from tiny to very large, filled with velvet mid-century arm chairs and vintage chandeliers and huge headboards in shades of brown.  read more
Wallpaper - The 37 sun-lit rooms, which have been outfitted by Soho House Design, take their cues from the style of the 1950s-70s with custom-made retro chandeliers, low-slung midcentury-style furnishings and graphic prints that are revealed through plump cushions and wool rugs and throws. The bathrooms have bespoke vanity units and hand-painted tiles. read more
The Times - You might be forgiven for thinking you’ve come to the wrong place when you enter Redchurch Townhouse, Soho House’s latest venture in the capital: the reception is small, low-key and the floor tiles look remarkably similar to those in Old Street Tube station. It is the capital’s coolest new restaurant-with-rooms, with the buzzy Italian Cecconi’s next door to reception. read more
GQ Magazine - The furniture is a mix of contemporary and traditional, with specially designed pieces and interiors made by Soho House Design. Each room has a retro chandelier, a living area with mid-century armchairs and desks and floor to ceiling windows, while the bathrooms are stand out with their custom-made vanity units and hand-painted tiles. read more







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