With a sophisticated, residential feel, Soho’s Club Room is a perfect mix of old world and new, melding downtown style and old New York gentility. The Dining Room serves Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner daily; while the Parlor is the ideal escape with low intimate seating and a roaring stone fireplace. By day, the Parlor is reserved for hotel guests only to savor a leisurely coffee with a copy of their favorite newspaper; and by evening, transforms into a private den where access is restricted.
The Club Room’s permanent art collection features photographs by renowned fashion photographer Terry O’Neill, best recognized for his candid documentation of the celebrities and fashion styles of the 1960s. His unguarded approach set him apart from his peers, and the selection of photographs for the Club Room showcases icons from ages past mounted on bronze metal.