The building, which is Soho House’s third location in Los Angeles, is brimming with colour, patterns and shapes that evoke the midcentury art scene, with the company citing artists that moved to the city in that period as key sources of inspiration.
Behind Holloway House’s bright white facade lies 34 guest rooms, as well as a roof terrace with fringed parasols and a ground-floor restaurant. Vintage furniture populates these spaces, with members relaxing in lounge chairs and low burgundy-colour sofas – all set atop terrazzo flooring – or deep cherry-red banquettes in the restaurant.
The midcentury influence continues in the hotel rooms with wooden floors, wall hangings, and blankets in geometric patterns. Those looking for a quiet place can sink into Holloway House’s library, which has wraparound shelving and an eye-bending patterned floor.
Work created by local artists is dotted about the club, ranging from sculpture and photography to paintings and textile pieces. Rooms start at $250 for a Soho House member.