Members club Soho House has debuted its maiden outpost in Latin America. Nestled into the heart of the bustling Colonia Juárez district, Soho House Mexico City occupies a former historic residence restored by the company’s in-house design team to reflect the site’s French influences and baroque heritage.
The members club is home to several bars and lounges, including a tequila bar, a vinyl listening room, a restaurant, and an alfresco courtyard. The ground floor is anchored by an outdoor pool evocative of a romantic European greenhouse.
Throughout Soho House Mexico City, a mix of locally made and vintage furnishings highlight Mexican craftsmanship, while a sense of place is further conveyed through a 150-piece art collection comprising works by artists born, based, or trained in the country.
“Mexico City is an exciting opening for Soho House as it marks our first location in Latin America,” says Jarrett Stuhl, COO, the Americas, Soho House. “We’ve had a presence in the city since 2017 through our Cities Without Houses program, and we are delighted to bring a physical space that is both historic and grand. This house is one of our most ambitious design projects, and we look forward to welcoming our members and future members to experience the rich and vibrant culture of Mexico City.”