“We want Soho House to feel like a home away from home,” Chris Glass says. And you can feel it. Everything here has the purpose to make you feel good. The hotel rooms, of course; but not only that. On the fifth floor, this social club can drip a relaxed and peaceful environment in which you would take time for a long reading and, also, it can make you feel like working, but far from the office strain and in between the hubbub of the waiters who go up and down. One floor upstairs, the most wanted to-be spot in the city, Soho House’s swimming pool, is there, in a magnificent flat roof offering the views of the port, down by the sea, and the city. There’s another pool downstairs, in the spa. And for those who are sport lovers, the first floor is an equipped and welcoming gym in which you could spend hours just to be in there. On top of it, there are the restaurants, and very soon the cinema is opening. As if you couldn’t have enough, next year the Little Beach House is opening also in Garraf, an area very close to Barcelona. Let’s let Chris tell us about the rest.