33 Portland Place is one of the largest and most remarkable houses in London: a rare and exquisite example of a magnificent eighteenth century residence. It is where Edward Davenport and his celebrity friends host the most glamorous and exclusive parties in London.
Built in 1775 by Robert Adam, the greatest architect of the era, 33 Portland Place still holds its original character, and boasts more original features than any other London townhouse. Yet it has managed to move with the times and the house is now one of the most fashionable and exclusive party venue’s in London.
The House offers flexible accommodation including eight Reception rooms, a Billiard room, a Club room with a large Jacuzzi, a ballroom and London’s only hydraulic wall. All suitable for entertaining on a large scale. The house includes 24 bedrooms which are mostly refurbished.