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The Orlo House

Orlo J. Spafford, the president of the Tampa National Bank, built the Orlo in 1882 to share with his son and his family. In 1922, the Orlo was sold to the Tampa Women’s Club where the addition of a ballroom was made to host formal parties and dances. This historical ballroom still stands today and is ready to host your next party, event or extravaganza. The Orlo can hold events of all sizes, from the intimate to the extravagant. Hosting events from 20 to 350, let our team assist in planning your next wedding or event.
Orlo J. Spafford, the president of the Tampa National Bank, built the Orlo in 1882 to share with his son and his family. In 1922, the Orlo was sold to the Tampa Women’s Club where the addition of a ballroom was made to host formal parties and dances. This historical ballroom still stands today and is ready to host your next party, event or extravaganza. The Orlo can hold events of all sizes, from the intimate to the extravagant. Hosting events from 20 to 350, let our team assist in planning your next wedding or event.

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