Mumbai, India

Soho House Mumbai

Price per night from$137.24

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If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (INR11,475.00), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Bollywood-approved beach house


Good Juhu

Spanning 11 storeys in a beachfront building in Juhu, Soho House Mumbai has given Bollywood beauties a discreet hub to hide out in. The design team scoured the subcontinent, returning with block-printed curtains and cushion covers, saris to use for lampshades and handmade Jaipuri tiles. The Club is set across two floors, with a rooftop pool (it wouldn’t be Soho House without one) for views of the Arabian Sea and beyond. Music fans can enjoy live music during Sunday brunch at Cecconi’s and regular gigs; they’ll also be able to pay homage (or yodel) at the Kishore Kumar mural in the Club.
Please note, if you are not a Soho House member, to access this members-only property a 12-month Soho Friends membership will be added to your booking for 11,800 INR. This membership covers one room a stay for the member and any additional rooms booked for their children under 18.

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Photos Soho House Mumbai facilities

Need to know




Noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from £130.00 (INR13,541), including tax at 18 per cent.

More details

Rates are room-only.


Some of the rooms have been adapted for wheelchair users.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, gym, cinema. In rooms: Roberts radio, Marshall Bluetooth speaker, TV with film library, tea and Grind coffee kit, and Cowshed and Soho Skin bath products.

Our favourite rooms

Make the most of Soho House Mumbai’s shoreside setting by booking a sea-facing room (preferably one with a balcony, so you can drink your minibar dry out on the white patio furniture, overlooking the water). If you’re feeling greedy, book the Playroom, which has double the balconies.


The city-showcasing rooftop pool is open from 8am until 11pm, with children (and their ensuing inflatables) allowed between 9am and 11am.


Soho House Mumbai has a Soho Heath Club, for sprints on a beach-facing treadmill, alfresco weight-lifting, yoga and Pilates, and a steam-room in the changing rooms.

Packing tips

Cricket whites in case you want to join in with a game on the sand. And if you’ve forgotten your reading materials, the rooms helpfully have some Penguin Classics as part of the decor.


If you have purchased a Soho Friends membership through Mr & Mrs Smith within the past year, please call our travel team directly to book your Soho Friends member rates. Please note, existing Soho House members should book directly through Soho House.


Extra beds can be added to Big rooms and up. Babysitting can be booked at reception.

Sustainability efforts

It’s reassuring to know that Soho House are working to deliver an environmental impact strategy across their sites. With 2030 goals set to enhance and standardise recycling programmes and responsible food-waste management at every outpost of the member’s club globally. They also work with local suppliers selected for their like-minded responsibility. In the kitchen, there’s scrutiny around how Soho House sources coffee, cocoa and palm oil, as well as sustainable seafood and responsibly reared meat. Expect greater choice of meat-free dishes and seasonal ingredients whenever practical. Measures to assess Soho House’s carbon footprint and reduce emissions are ongoing.

Food and Drink

Photos Soho House Mumbai food and drink

Top Table

The back row of tables out on the terrace and overlooking the beach are the privacy-affording seating of choice for Bollywood’s finest. Kishore Kumar fans can pay homage at a seat next to his mural.

Dress Code

There may be no photography permitted inside the Club, but dress for the paps anyway.

Hotel restaurant

Soho House signatures – the classic Italian Cecconi’s and the Japanese Pen Yen – have made their way to Mumbai, where Indian influences include kathi rolls, chicken tikka, Bengali-style broccoli and tandoori seafood with spiced yoghurt. The House has a juice bar for breakfast (which is also served at avocado-toast temple, the Club, obviously).

Hotel bar

Cecconi’s has a bar with a marble-topped counter for natters over a negroni, with a live band providing the soundtrack to Sunday brunch. And you may be thousands of miles away from Soho, but you’re never far from a picante. 

Last orders

Breakfast is served at the Club and juice bar from 8am. An all-day menu is available everywhere else from noon (11am on Sunday). Cecconi’s bar closes at 11.30pm during the week and 1am on Saturday and Sunday; the Club’s bar is open until 1am daily.

Room service

The room-service menu is a call on your old-school phone away between 8am and 12.30am.


Photos Soho House Mumbai location
Soho House Mumbai
16 Juhu Tara Road Chandrabai Nagar

Shoreside Soho House Mumbai is right by the beach in the neighbourhood of Juhu, just west of the city centre, where locals like to weekend.


Mumbai’s international airport is around half an hour away from the hotel. Rides can be summoned using an app, or the hotel can arrange a transfer (around 2,400 INR).


The onwards journey from either of Mumbai’s main train stations by cab should cost around 4,500 INR.


The easiest way to get around Mumbai is by using a taxi-hailing app – but if you are coming by car, there’s valet parking at the House.

Worth getting out of bed for

Just west of downtown and in Juhu, Soho House Mumbai has the sandy shores of the namesake beach on its doorstep. Join in with a cricket match, taste local delicacies from the vendors or catch a play at Prithvi Theatre. The calendar at the House is likely to feature pop-up markets, art and food workshops, jazz sets by local musicians and gigs by a Mumbai band. Shoppers in search of wearable Indian artistry should head to Bandra, Lower Parel and the downtown districts of Kala Ghoda and Colaba. Mumbai’s oldest museum (it opened in 1857), Bhau Daji Lad, is Palladian on the outside and Victorian on the inside. Or hop on the roll on, roll off ferry to the seaside town of Alibaug to admire the restaurants, boutiques and real estate.

Local restaurants

Relate spiritually with all of the flavours of the world at One8 Commune in Juhu, while singing in different voices in honour of Kishore Kumar, whose former residence you’ll be dining in. Or stay local (in both senses of the word) by sticking to the Indian cuisine on offer at Dakshinayan in Juhu Beach. Fans of Bollywood (and Big Brother) will enjoy the novelty value and superb seafood at Shilpa Shetty’s Bastian in Bandra. Or go east at Japanese restaurant, Akina.

Local cafés

If you’ve always wondered what an Indian grilled cheese would be like, Sanjay Singh is the sandwichwalla you need to locate on the strip – his Bombay toasties (served with chutneys he made before sunrise) have been perfected over the course of almost three decades.

Local bars

For sundowners overlooking the promenade, the Eau Bar has the terrace (and art deco interiors) for you. Antisocial is actually rather affable – the club and music venue in an old textile mill is where to head for every kind of music, from Dharavi hip-hop to house.


Photos Soho House Mumbai reviews

Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this members’ club and hotel in India and unpacked their swimsuits and sarongs, a full account of their beachfront break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Soho House Mumbai…

Steer clear of the city and make like a weekending Mumbaikar by fleeing to the seaside instead, specifically: Soho House Mumbai, right beside Juhu Beach. Who needs their own beach house when they can borrow a fit-for-a-maharaja tented cabana up on the 11-storey building’s roof? This one also comes with a Cecconi’s in situ, since the Soho House staple (and its stone-baked pizzas) are indispensable. There’s also the more recent group favourite Pen Yen for Japanese food, and a local flavour to the signature dishes. More Indian influences can be seen in the decor, which includes repurposed saris styled into lampshades, Rajasthani stone and pretty patterned tiles from Jaipur. Just outside is Juhu Beach, home of spontaneous cricket matches, street vendors selling ice creams and bhel puri, and stylish cocktail bars – plus the bungalow once belonging to legendary musician Kishore Kumar, who has his own mural at the House for fans to yodel in front of. Eena meena deeka.

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Price per night from $137.24