28 Portland Place Venue Hire W1
This beautiful historic building, dating back to 1775, offers abundant charm. Designed by the celebrated Scottish architects the Adam Brothers, it is one of the finest surviving town houses of its type. Sympathetic restoration has allowed the majestic formal rooms to retain all their character and sense of tradition. The combination of an elegant historic setting and modern luxury makes this an incredibly versatile and stylish venue, perfect for adding sophistication to all manner of events, from meetings to cocktail receptions.
The venue has 6 beautiful event spaces:
Permission to theme/decorate the venue
Outside area/ lawn, courtyard or terrace
Roof garden, or outside area
Spacious & light
DJ’s & VJ
About 28 Portland Place
The home of the Royal Society for Public Health was built in 1775 to neoclassical townhouse designs by the celebrated Adam brothers. Today, its rooms are still true to the original blueprint. The ground-floor Sainsbury and Adam rooms comprise the Adam Suite, which looks onto the secluded Courtyard. A level above, the Harben and Heggie rooms are connected by a gold doorway. Take them together as the Harben Suite and you have a grand space for receptions or meetings.