41 Portland Place is a Grade II* listed Georgian townhouse that was designed by James Adam in 1773. It was originally a private home until 1939, when it was acquired by the Ciba Foundation. The Ciba Foundation was a medical research charity that hosted conferences and seminars on a variety of medical topics.
Profits generated through hiring 41 Portland Place fund charitable activities run by the Academy of Medical Sciences to ensure medical research improves health.
The house boasts romantic spaces that can be tailored to host a variety of events, from intimate weddings to extravagant parties of up to 120 guests.