The london district of Shoreditch is the home of the brand new Redchurch Townhouse. The Soho House hotel chain is the responsible group for this offering, and the number of their outposts around the world is now set at 23. The Redchurch Townhouse promises to be the perfect place for both relaxing and eating.
The Redchurch Townhouse opened its door this month. It is composed by a public restaurant with 37 tiny to large bedrooms that are decorated by the Soho House Design with influences from the 1950s and the 1970s. The place is filled with custom-made retro chandeliers, graphic prints and midcentury pieces of furniture. It’s placed in a 1960s two-story industrial bulding on Whitby Street.
The menu is similar to the italian restaurant Cecconi’s Mayfair (also part of Soho House). Some of the dishes consist of past bowls and wood-fired pizzas and other delicacies like tuna tartare with avocado, chill and mint. For desert, you can try profiteroles with pistachio gelato and chocolate sauce, among many other scrumptious dishes.
The 37 existing bedrooms distributed throughout Redchurch Townhouse‘s 5 floors were designed individual by a large number of architects and interior designers who planned on offering the place a mid century vibe in order to homage the bulding where it is located. The furniture is a mixture of contemporary and traditional pieces. The living area owns mid-century velvet armchairs and the enormous bathrooms possess hand-painted blue tiles.
Either way, the Redchurch Townhouse is definitely the place to be to experience an intimate yet sophisticated environment, with walls filled with artwork by 40 London artists under 40. The Soho House never ceases to astonish the lovers of hospitality.
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