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Soul. A sophisticated (and exclusive) club for women only

Exclusivity, design, style, well-being… Since it was inaugurated, Soul Sensai It is one of the fashion spaces of the capital. And the truth is that it is not for less.

This private club for women (and for some privileged men) is located in a spectacular house-palace on the Prince of Vergara street in Madrid.

In this palace lived the marriage formed by the doctor Carlos Jiménez Díaz and Conchita de Rábago Fernández in the 40s. A marriage that made him one of the cultural epicenters of the capital.

At present, the club maintains the cosmopolitan spirit of that brilliant era in its 1700 square meters.

After accessing through an impressive portal, the club welcomes us with a spectacular staircase which leads us to the large space that acts as a distributor, located under a large window that brings personality to the place.

And around this hall, the rest of the club's spaces are distributed. Lounges, work rooms, the dining room ... all decorated with exquisite taste combining moldings and other elements of the bright past of the building with avant-garde furniture.

In such a space (in which there is no lack of a bucolic garden), its members (and privileged men who can also access) have a wide program of talks, parties, masterclass, exhibitions, presentations, live concerts ... events to give life to this exclusive club in the center of Madrid ideal to meet personal and cultural concerns.

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