It was built in 1769 by Robert Adam and has experienced a rich and exciting history, most notably acting as a scene for lavish and opulent parties for an early resident, the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador Prince Esterhazy. Today Chandos House still lives up to its' history, offering guests the perfect scene for lavish entertainment with six principal function rooms, each with its own unique character and ambience. All of the rooms have natural daylight and there is a charming outdoor walled Garden Terrace.
Chandos House passed through many hands but the 1990's were some of its darkest days where in 1994 the house was placed on the English Heritage Buildings at Risk Register. Eventually in 2002, Howard de Walden Estates bought the leasehold and after, recognised the Royal Society of Medicine as a future tenant. The Royal Society of Medicine continued to restore the building in conjunction with Howard de Walden Estates and with a number of designers, architects, craftsmen and other building professionals have worked together to restore Chandos House its former original splendour.
Chandos House remains an outstandingly popular central London venue for lunches, receptions, weddings and celebrations, offering guests an historic venue that combines excellent service and hospitality in an elegant setting which for over 200 years has excelled at entertaining.
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