Paris, France

Soho House Paris

Price per night from$439.38

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Red-light special


Chez Cocteau

How wonderful life is now Soho House Paris is in the world. The high-kicking hideaway is in Pigalle, of red-windmill (and -light) fame, with a clandestine cabaret, a plunge pool on the terrace and a Club Cecconi’s for French-Italian fusions. The Cocteau clan may have moved out, but they’d still feel at home, thanks to the murals inspired by their South of France sanctuary gracing the walls of the attic rooms on the third floor (where you’ll most definitely want to coucher ce soir). Outside, party-central Pigalle awaits, but you’ll have to drag yourself away from the Soho House soirées first…
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 €140. This membership covers one room a stay for the member and any additional rooms booked for their children under 18.

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Need to know


36, including three suites.


12pm. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from £388.86 (€455), including tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €14.95 per person per night on check-out.

More details

Rates are room-only.


The House has some specially adapted rooms for wheelchair users.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, cabaret, winter garden, gym with a cardio room, Pilates studio, personal trainers and a spinning bike. In rooms: Roberts radio, Marshall Bluetooth speaker, TV with film library, tea and Grind coffee kit (plus house-made biscuits), and Cowshed and Soho Skin bath products.

Our favourite rooms

The Tiny rooms at Soho House Paris are miniscule by name and nature – they’re fine for any tortured artistic soul in need of a Parisian garrett, but everyone else will need a little more space. Room 22 is significantly more sizeable, even though it’s in the attic; it has a view of the courtyard, a freestanding bath tub, a wooden ceiling and illustrations the Cocteaus would approve of around the bed.


The terrace at Soho House Paris has a plunge pool (that’s bassin in French) with the obligatory deck chairs and day-beds surrounding it. It’s open for dips between 7.30am and midnight.


There’s a sauna and steam room in the changing rooms of the gym, ready for anyone who’s hit it too hard.

Packing tips

An appetite for absinthe and clothing you could do the can-can (and cartwheels) in.


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.


All ages are welcome and children are allowed in the club until 6pm. Babysitting can be booked at reception; and the Boudoir and Boudoir+ rooms have space for an extra bed. Children will need their own mini membership to use the plunge pool (before 11am).

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

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Top Table

In the summer, the veranda is one of the coolest (both literally and figuratively) spots in Paris.

Dress Code

Corsets and can-can skirts.

Hotel restaurant

Club Cecconi’s has all of the usual Italian staples (zucchini fritters, burrata, veal milanese, cacio e pepe and penne alla vodka), but with a few additional French flavours thrown in (onion soup, escargots, beef tartare, croque monsieurs et madames). You’ll also be able to order food and drink up by the plunge pool, where the theme changes with the seasons.

Hotel bar

Unsurprisingly for this good-time-loving group, there are various places to imbibe alcohol at Soho House Paris, from the main bar at Cecconi’s, which has a DJ providing the tunes on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights; the pool bar, open from noon to 10pm during the summer (and occasionally moonlighting as a cosy, tartiflette-dispensing chalet in winter); and the cabaret, which opens (frequently) for events. 

Last orders

The club spaces are open 7.30am to 1am Sunday to Wednesday, and until 2am Thursday to Saturday. The kitchen closes at midnight during the week and at 1am Thursday to Saturday.

Room service

Cecconi’s can send sustenance to your room between 7.30am (8am at weekends) and midnight Monday to Friday (with a reduced menu after 11pm).


Photos Soho House Paris location
Soho House Paris
45 Rue la Bruyère

Soho House Paris is on rue la Bruyère in the city’s 9th arrondissement. The members’ club has made its home in Jean Cocteau’s family’s old one, a 19th-century building in Pigalle.


Both of Paris’ main airports (Orly and Charles de Gaulle) are around an hour’s drive away from the club. Taxis should cost around €40, or you can book a transfer through the hotel (from €150).


Handily for anyone disembarking the Eurostar, the house is within a 20-minute walk of the Gare du Nord. Taxis are roughly €20 and hotel transfers start from €100.


You won’t need wheels to get around the Rive Droite (and beyond); stash them half a kilometre away at La Place Saint Georges.

Worth getting out of bed for

If you need to mull over any existential angst, make like a flâneur and set off on a hearty stroll of the Rive Droite. You may have a certain red windmill that's no stranger to debauchery nearby, but there's also a cabaret right here at Soho House Paris – the members’ event space hosts regular game nights and parties. Detoxing (before you inevitably retox once it’s dark) can occur at the gym, Pilates studio or sauna.

Local restaurants

There’s some stiff competition, but Le Bon Georges may just be the most quintessential bistro in Paris: an old storefront, wooden tables, slate menus and an exceptional cellar (all check). The Big Mamma group, who brought you Gloria in London’s Shoreditch and Ave Mario in Covent Garden, have kindly furnished Paris with Pink Mamma, which is just as ostentatious and unabashedly Italian (in the best possible way) as its siblings. Discover that there’s more to stock with a trip to another classic French bistro, Bouillon in Pigalle.

Local bars

You’ll be hard pressed to find a buzzier bar than the one at Soho House Paris, but if you’re headed to the Moulin Rouge, call in at Le Bar à Bulles behind it for a tequila cocktail (absinthe has sadly been consigned to the 19th century).


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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 private hotel in France and unpacked their absinthe and amateur artworks, a full account of their city break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Soho House Paris…

We’ll love Soho House Paris until our dying day, mostly for its cabaret, which, like any self-respecting bordello, is draped with velvet and silk. Pigalle, Paris’ former red-light district between the 9th and 18th arrondissements, is now significantly more salubrious, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t down for a good time (just ask the bar at Club Cecconi’s). The discreet 19th-century building, once the home of Jean Cocteau’s family, also has a 1940s wing with art deco accents. Other more modern additions include stained-glass artworks, a plunge pool and a mix of vintage furniture and signature Soho House designs. From the exterior, there’s no hint of what’s inside – you’ll have to wait until you spot an effortlessly cool-looking French person entering to identify it (but that won’t take long). There may be a world-famous windmill vying for your attention, but you’ll be having too much fun to notice. Yes, we can (can).

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