Association Of Anaesthetists, Portex Room

The Association Of Anaesthetists, 21 Portland Place, London, W1B 1PY

Association Of Anaesthetists, Portex Room

The Association Of Anaesthetists, 21 Portland Place, London, W1B 1PY

92% would book it again

Capacity and Layout

16 - 25

Boardroom

Boardroom

16

Classroom

Classroom

Cabaret

Cabaret

20

Theatre

Theatre

25

Restaurant

Restaurant

Open space

Open space

Amenities

Description

21 Portland Place, the home of the AAGBI was built in 1776 and is an elegant 18th century listed building, originally built on the 'Grandest Street in London'. It is a Grade II listed building, and contains a wealth of attractive features. Particular fine examples are the ceilings of the main rooms - the Portex and the Intavent Suite - which incorporate ornate moldings and paintings into their design. The house was bought by the AAGBI in 2002 and has been modernised to create a fully functioning office and meeting venue whilst respecting the beauty of the building.

Situated on the ground floor close to the reception, the Portex Room is a popular facility. Laid out in boardroom style with ample seating for 16 people, it is ideal for smaller training or conference groups. The room can also be rearranged for use as a reception room. Adjacent to the Portex room is the George Ellis Room which can be used to serve refreshments for up to 10 people or as a waiting area for visitors to relax.

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Ratings & Reviews

Matthew DownJanuary 13th, 2019

Fantastic building with wonderful staff and catering. A real asset for British anaesthesia training and organisation.

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Thomas DE LATHAUWERAugust 12th, 2018

Went here with reach summer school for a lecture on the history of anaesthesiology. The lecture was given by a doctor of anaesthesia with many physical examples for us to look at and some we could inspect ourselves. If you're interested in medicine this is a must do.

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Rick VarhegyiJanuary 29th, 2017

Love tge heritage exhibition downstairs

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John AsherMay 14th, 2017

Good meeting venue with excellent transport links - Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras all within walking distance.

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Ovidiu MoruzDecember 14th, 2018

Excellent place and great people.

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