Also known as the West End Lodge, it sits in Leicester Square, a posh hangout for London's wealthy, in walking distance from many famous theatres, restaurants, and attractions. It it in many ways the complete opposite of the East End Lodge. This lodge's aim focuses on policing the higher-classes.
The Lodge's namesake comes from its original function, as a hellfire club: a place for sin and debauchery for the affluent and elite, breaking every code of Christianity that came in conflict with their idea of fun. Today, it no longer retains the same hedonistic purpose.