Soho Beach House is a little unusual because it is also a club house with members. This should certainly not matter but I felt that they prioritised members over residents, which is surprising considering the cost. The hotel itself is lovely but you could very easily get very annoyed with this strategy. Couple of examples - could not get beach chairs as all taken with members, could not get a dinner table in Cecconi's on a Monday night because its 1/2 price for members (so we had to eat out) and breakfast on a Sunday morning was a nightmare - again could not get a table because of all the brunches booked by members. Residents paying top dollar to stay here were squeezed onto tiny tables in the reception area - just awful.
There are potentially other little things which will really annoy you too; make sure you stay on a high floor to get a ocean view and escape the restaurant noise. The rooms had Nespresso machines (great) but only cheap generic coffee pods so I had to get a taxi to the Nespresso store to buy the correct pods. The library has very few books, so make sure you bring your own.
On the plus side, the rooms are comfortable and stylish but when you are paying over $5,000 for a few nights stay you do not expect to be constantly disappointed by this hotel.