Central London is full to the brim with great venue options when it comes to a corporate Christmas party. But that said, the best amongst them will get snapped up fast, so we’ve compiled a list of some of them here to hopefully help you get in ahead of the festive rush.
If it’s an energetic vibe you are after for your party then consider W Lounge. This vibrant and exciting venue is the perfect place to mix, mingle and of course, to lounge, with comfortable yet stylish seating areas and a strikingly bold contemporary aesthetic. Add to this the delicious selection of cocktails and the intense music performances and the scene is set for a night to remember. Enhancing the exclusive feel of the space, behind the bar you’ll also find a door that lets you slip out onto a private balcony, where you can get some fresh air and take in the view of Leicester Square.
The Box Soho is a theatre, nightclub and multi-purpose event space set within a turn-of-the-century playhouse in the heart of London’s trendy and enduringly popular Soho. Between the World Class Variety shows, the assistance of a talented creative team and the full range of production facilities, organising entertainment to keep your guests in the festive mood should certainly not be a problem. The décor and overall style has a timeless, immersive warmth to it, with the sumptuous edge ideally suited to the festive season and all the decadence it entails.
At 23 Orchard Street you will find a multi-level rooftop space that comes complete with 2 terraces, from which you can enjoy fantastic views of the much celebrated London skyline. The bold, bright and strikingly modern design throughout the venue helps to keep it versatile, with the space able to accommodate many different event types for up to 130 at a standing reception, or 90 people for a seated event. With a late licence in place until 3am, you can party the night away well into the wee small hours, whilst the close proximity to both Marble Arch and Bond Street stations makes getting to and from the venue a breeze.
Found within the vaults of The London Palladium, Mason House is one of the most exclusive and unique nightclubs in all of the city. Your guests will know they are in for a treat from the moment they arrive, entering through a hall of mirrors and descending through a candlelit crypt to reach the dancefloor. Richly atmospheric and overflowing with charisma, this is truly an immersive space. For all its character however, it also comes complete with all the necessary mod-cons, including laser lighting, a Bose sound system and plasma screens. Catering options are also aplenty, with full dinner, buffet, canapes and bowl food to choose from.
If it was more of a blank canvas you were after, a space which was neutral enough to be able to put your own stamp on the style and feel for the occasion, then Noho Studios is well worth considering. Though there is still a touch of character courtesy of the brick archways and high ceilings, the open space and simple white wall finish at this adaptable venue make it suitable for a whole range of uses. Found in the West End, just a stone’s throw from both Oxford Circus and Goodge Street tube stations, this 100 person capacity space is perfectly suited to an intimate festive soiree.