The Perfect Party Venue

private-partyLooking for somewhere to hold a party can be hard work, especially if you want somewhere a little different or a little more luxurious. Sure there are no shortage of local venues, such as community centres and the local pub. But one category that is often overlooked as a venue are the hotels and particularly the city hotels in places such as London. So what kind of venue could work for a party and how do you go about organising one?

Preparation

When you start to compile a list of possible venues for your party, there are a few considerations to take into account. Firstly, think of your guests and how they will get to the venue. Is there a tube or train station nearby? Or is there parking if they want to drive to the event? Then consider vendors who will be doing catering and other areas of the party – can they access the venue as they need to? Are there lifts and a loading area for them to bring in equipment and supplies?

Organising the party can take a lot of work and for that reason, many people are turning to an events planning specialist to do the hard work. They look at a list of venues and then get an expert eye on which would work best for the event in question.

Venue ideas

So here are a few of the hotels that offer facilities suitable for a party – based around London just to give you a few ideas!

The Hilton London Tower Bridge is ideal if you want some of the most historic landmarks in the background of those party selfies. The hotel is just a three-minute walk from the nearest tube station as well as a host of sightseeing opportunities for those visiting for more than just the party. As far as space for a party, there’s no shortage of it including seven meeting rooms and an executive board room as well as a suite holding up to 400 people. All the rooms have natural daylight and access to the hotel bar and lounge as well as space for catering within them.

ME London offers a perfect rooftop location for events to enjoy an unrivalled view out across the city. Their Radio Rooftop Bar allows views from Tower Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral while there are a total of seven rooms for meetings and parties, each holding up to 300 people.

The Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences is a five-star heritage hotel on the doorstep of Buckingham Palace. It includes three townhouses with private courtyards as well as up to six bedroom suites for those intimate parties. There are also four signature suits, each individually designed to make for a luxurious night’s stay after the event. The hotel has three restaurants including the Michelin-star Quilon.

Conclusion

Hotels offer a great range of facilities, locations and styles to suit every event. Whether you want a small suite for a few people to enjoy each other’s company or a large room for a major event, many of these hotels can offer options to suit all requirements.