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Soho House opens to non-members: Launch of The Ned

It's finally of the most exciting Global Members Club's Soho House & Co has partnered with New York's Sydell Group to launch... The Ned. It is open to the public following the launch last night. 

With nine state of the art restaurants, 252 bedrooms, a club, rooftop pool, gym, spa, hamam and late night bar the iconic former Midland Bank building – designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924 is not going to be empty much longer...

Ned’s Club Upstairs will give you unparalleled views of London's city landscape, sip a cocktail at the rooftop bar AND why not have a dip in their rooftop pool. Perfect for office parties....not that we would expect any less.

Downstairs, much like one of our favourite James Bond Museums... The newly opened Ned’s Club is housed in an original vault, inspired the design of Fort Know in the 1964 film Goldfinger. You won’t find Bond, but you will find unrivalled cocktails and canapes.

And even don't have to be a member to visit the Ned. You have a choice of 7 restaurants including an American café, The Penny; a mix of British and American classics at Millie’s Lounge, Cecconi’s City of London (sister to the Mayfair site) serving up Italian dishes; a New York-style Jewish deli in the form of Zobler’s, Café Sou London will be a Parisian café and finally you have The Grill Room, a British hotel grill. See, plenty for you to work through.

The 6 private hire rooms are perfect for corporate events and functions. With two terraces, summer is a perfect time to check it out!