Very Good 245 Reviews
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What We Love

  • An exclusive members' club hidden in London's West End, with breakfast and more Sampling the life of the upper crust, at a private members’ club on the cusp of Mayfair
  • Admiring the original features and antique gems in your lovely room or suite
  • Sipping tasty craft cocktails at the stunning Zaha Hadid-designed House Bar

What To Know

  • Well situated in Portman Square near Oxford Street, Bond Street, and the tube
  • Rooms are large by London standards
  • Free WiFi is available
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Sumptuous 18th-century interiors paired with avante-garde décor, at an exclusive London members’ club

The Lowdown

If you’ve ever wanted to sample being part of a private members’ club, slip inside the exclusive Marylebone haunt Home House. Behind the unmarked door on Portman Square – a few steps from Mayfair and the shops of Oxford Street – lies sumptuous 18th-century interiors with a splash of contemporary avant-garde, like the sculptural pyrite bronze bar by starchitect Zaha Hadid.
At the top of the sweeping spiral staircase, your lovely guest room awaits – each individually styled with lashings of velvet, mahogany and antique curios. Make the most of the gym during your stay, if you’re not too busy feasting on Asian-inspired dishes in the jewel-like Octagon Rooms, celeb-spotting in the three bars or taking afternoon tea in the neo-classical Drawing Room.
Michelin-starred restaurants, contemporary art galleries and sleek cocktail spots abound in this part of London, though with a residence like this you may want to stay ensconced in the townhouse, and who would blame you? Needless to say, Home House neatly pocketed a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

How to Get There

Home House
20 Portman Square
London, W1H 6LW United Kingdom


4.5 Very Good 245 Reviews
Great lunch but tricky to find
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited here for lunch on business, the venue was difficult to find as you have to look for the number on the building as no obvious signs and name not outside.
Parking is close in multi storey but about £40 for thee hours.
The venue is a bit of a maize set on several floors but the decor is chic and the service very good.
The food was great and well cooked and served, a classy venue

Tasty Lunch
Reviewed 1 month ago

Met for business lunch and enjoyed a delicious 3 course meal with good wine. The main course (sea bass) was very well cooked and the dessert very well presented. Finished with coffee and petit fours the overall experience was delightful in grand surroundings.The venue also offers rooms to stay as well a membership for those wanting a London base without the cost of ownership or numerous hotel stays. Well located close to Bond Street, Selfridges etc.

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Reviewed 1 month ago

Greetings Peep's, I've been here x3 time's and I have no complaints as all employee's have and are Professional to the Core ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ THANK YOU FOR THE CONTINUOUS LOVE AND SUPPORT, SEE YOU SOON 🤗 THE MOST TRUST WORTHY ABODE

Fell in love with Home House
Reviewed 1 month ago

Amazing atmosphere and decor. Cocktails were unique and we had a superb evening! Staff were very friendly and attentive. I would definiately recommend Home House for a date night. We will certainly be back!

A beautiful room
Reviewed 2 months ago

I stayed in the Lady Islington room and had a really relaxing stay. The decor was amazing - old fashioned opulence and the bathroom was stunning - red marble . The staff were super attentive especially in the reception area . I enjoyed a leisurely breakfast in the lounge area . My only tip would be to put a kettle in the room rather than the pod machine - tea from a pod isn’t great and I would’ve liked a selection of tea bags .
For a homely stay in an quirky hotel I would 100% recommend .