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Where George Clooney feels at home in Berlin

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Where George Clooney feels at home in Berlin

Post by Einstein on Sat Nov 23 2013, 21:11

[img][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][/img]International stars such as Madonna, Michael Douglas and George Clooney have been used here: at Soho House in Berlin-Mitte. Founder Nick Jones explains the success of the exclusive members club.When Nick Jones asks his recipe for success, you get a concise answer: "good food, good company, intelligent conversation and a pleasant atmosphere," says the 50-year-old and makes it stand out on the wide leather sofa in the spacious club-lounge in Berlin-Mitte comfortable. "Much more, it is not really."A man with taste will live here , you might as you enter the lofts think where we meet for our interview with the casually dressed man with a strong British accent. Right next to the seat at the end of a large flat screen TV hanging on the wall , there is a long table , good and like twelve guests can dine extensively on the . For dinner parties , perhaps, or for an evening with friends and a few gin and tonics . Music then could there be of the wing, which is at the end of the room. The food is prepared in the open kitchen .

For several days, discerning visitors to Berlin , who just do not want to spend the night in one of the many hotels in the city can live in one of four new Lofts at Torstraße . Because this is exactly what Nick Jones, who has come all the way on this evening for the opening of England, offer its guests a place to live , not just to stay. An apartment perfectly furnished flat - currently for 1200-2000 euros per night. And that evening Jones may again meet his favorite pastime : as hosts open the new lofts.

You can become a member only on the recommendation

Nick Jones is the founder of the first Soho Houses in London, a member - cub , of which there are now branches in New York , Miami, Hollywood , Toronto and since 2010 also in Berlin. You can become a member only upon the recommendation - provided you fit into your plan . This increases the exclusivity - and awakens the curiosity of all who can not simply just come over for after-work drinks on the rooftop pool at the Torstraße .

" The people who fit in with us should be independent , have their own opinion or a free spirit . And a creative soul possess ," said Jones, who joined as a restaurateur in the industry. " And there it is , in principle, no matter what exercise a profession , members or how old they are. " Opened in 1992, Jones the first club in London's Soho district to create a place to meet people from the creative scene and feel good - so the basic idea, a concept never really existed, says Jones. " The really good things in life arise out by accident , out of itself . "

Club in the building of the former SED Central

And the club in the German capital has many fans . Berliner celebrities are regularly in the spa, to meet at the bar or in the gym - and for international stars such as Madonna, Michael Douglas and George Clooney poses the question of where they want to stay in Berlin , not even . During the filming of "The Monuments Men " Clooney lived with the whole crew for several months at the club , which has been found in the building of the former SED Central a home. The same applies to Nick Jones himself, who regularly drop by in Berlin - and is convinced that the concept , that's none , perfectly fits to Berlin.

"We do not exclude any other German city , and also Hamburg and Munich have a great attraction ," said Jones, who next year plans to open two new clubs in Istanbul and Chicago. "But I like the club culture, the many restaurants, the many place here in Berlin. 20 years ago I would never have even imagine living here . Berlin was the right decision . Berlin Soho House is doing the good. " Why was the club on the Torstraße be current favorite club , Jones says , and laughs. "But that's all clubs like that. The one where I live now , is always my favorite. "

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Re: Where George Clooney feels at home in Berlin

Post by Einstein on Sat Nov 23 2013, 21:16

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Re: Where George Clooney feels at home in Berlin

Post by it's me on Sat Nov 23 2013, 21:58

really amazing Shocked 
but I guess we already had something like that
in the MM thread maybe


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Re: Where George Clooney feels at home in Berlin

Post by playfuldeb on Sun Nov 24 2013, 06:17

So George has been "used" there huh?

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