Soho has an unshakable reputation as one of London’s trendiest districts. This makes it an ideal location in which to centre your search for the perfect venue for a birthday party that you want to deliver in both style and fun. The following offerings do exactly that, so take a look.
Words like opulent and decadent spring to mind the moment you see Café de Paris. From grand sweeping staircases to glittering chandeliers, there are all manner of wonderful, quality touches throughout that make the space suited to a truly special occasion that would make anyone feel rightfully spoiled on their birthday. It’s got great live music capabilities and a generous capacity of over 700 too; so pretty much everything you need for a top night right under one roof.
The roof terrace can be found on the 5th floor of Karma Sanctum, and with a capacity of just 90, it’s a perfect little private escape that feels tucked away from the bustle of the city, making it surely one of Soho’s best hidden gems. The 2 connecting areas that comprise the space include an indoor bar and lounge area complete with a built-in fireplace, and a partially covered terrace which features a jacuzzi for that extra dash of luxury.
DSTRKT is a very flexible offering with regards to the scale of your party, with spaces that can accommodate anywhere between 20 and 500 people. Whether it’s a more formal seated dinner or a full-on club night that most appeals, this space can cater to your needs. The super stylish, atmospheric interior sets the scene for a night to remember, and with the likes of Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square stations reachable in less than 5 minutes, it’s also well connected to the rest of London.
Even a name like The Vault conjures up the notion of an immersive hideaway, and given that this one-of-a-kind venue is found underground, behind a secret bookcase doorway in London’s oldest whisky specialist, Milroys of Soho, that is precisely what it is. Extensive exposed brickwork, wooden furnishings and candles serve to enhance the rich atmosphere, whilst the capacity of 55 allows you to keep things low-key, once again adding to the feeling of exclusivity and intimacy.
Inspired by a cool New York City apartment and thus capturing the retro-chic look and feel of NYC’s best urban and artistic boroughs, Dirty Bones Soho is a venue where the focus is firmly on the mood created, and it certainly delivers on relaxed, good-time vibes, as you kick back and sip on tasty tipples whilst listening to the best old-school beats. The capacity of 75 stops things getting overcrowded, whilst the close proximity to Piccadilly Circus station, which can be reached in just 2 minutes, is sure to come in handy.