GEWICHT: 51 kg
Titten: 75 DD Silikon
Intime Dienste: Klassischer Sex, Leichte Fesselspiele (aktiv), Natursekt (aktiv), Erotische Ganzkorpermassage, Bisexuell
Contact Admin. The perfect place to work, relax and celebrate. Around the World, exclusively for our Members. On all continents, big benefits for our Members.
House17 opened its doors in January of as the only modern private members club in Luxembourg. The aim was to create a relaxed and stylish London-style club to meet, work, relax and play.
Today we have a community built by individuals with fascinating and diverse backgrounds, from entrepeneurs, artist and philanthropists to bankers, politicians and decision makers. Prestigious protected building which dates back to the end of the 19th Century accommodates architectural treasures. The renovation and interior design was made by Luxembourg-based architect Stefano Moreno who decided to opt for a chic and voguish setting designed by Tom Dixon and Katty Chacun-Karapedian, all together creating an atmosphere of intimacy and friendliness.
House17 has become a home away from home for both the local and the international crowd; bankers and city professionals as well as creative executives. Today House17 have more than reciprocal clubs worldwide which means that members can enjoy the facilities and member services of other carefully selected clubs also when traveling. Furthermore, members can benefit from generous discounts and upgrades through several local and international partnerships, including luxury hotels and residences, flights, yachts, a gym, spas, a tennis court and local boutiques.
House17 invite its members to numerous club events throughout the year; including vernissages, masterclasses, networking events and workshops, but members can also privatize all the rooms in the house for their own tailor made events together with their own event planner. House17 About House17 opened its doors in January of as the only modern private members club in Luxembourg. House 17 Architecture Prestigious protected building which dates back to the end of the 19th Century accommodates architectural treasures.