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
Sumptuous 18th-century interiors paired with avante-garde décor, at an exclusive London members’ club
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.