Created in 2017, The Ned originated in the former Midland Bank headquarters, designed by Sir Edwin 'Ned' Lutyens in 1924. The Grade I listed building now houses Ned’s Club, a private members’ space, as well as 250 hotel bedrooms, 10 restaurants and 17 bars, a private meetings and events floor, Ned’s Club Gym and Ned’s Club Spa which offers a range of men’s and women’s grooming services, spa treatments, an indoor pool and traditional hammam. The Ned expanded in the summer 2022 to include The Ned NoMad in New York and The Ned Doha in Qatar, with each building having their own architectural significance and history. Every property is slightly different depending on its location, but the ethos of The Ned remains the same; to create a space for like-minded professionals to meet, work and have a good time.
The Ned London’s art collection curated by Soho House Head of Collections Kate Bryan is on display throughout the property and draws attention to gender disparity in the art world and beyond, the collection is proudly women-led and pays homage to the building's history as the Midland Bank.
Membership at Ned’s Club London
Ned’s Club is a space for cultured professionals to meet, work and have a good time. Ned’s Club membership gives access to dedicated spaces such as members-only bars and restaurants, health clubs and rooftop spaces. Plus a calendar of monthly events, ranging from talks with thought leaders to seasonal parties and members’ spaces at festivals, digital content and member perks.