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These rooms provide an impressive contrast between day and evening to offer a truly unique setting for corporate events, award ceremonies, private dining, Christmas or Summer celebration and smaller conferences. The rooms are situated on the top floor and provide a self contained area, perfect for an exclusive event. The two rooms combines can accommodate multiple layout options for up to 230. Flooded with natural daylight and with fully integrated AV these rooms are full of characters and provide a multitude of branding opportunities. The rooms adjoin with the stunning Rooftop Terrace.

h Club London

Covent Garden

The pure clean lines of the Gallery offer the perfect blank canvas to realise your event - from press launches to conferences to receptions, we can create whatever you need using lighting, event accessories and design details to make your event truly memorable and unique. This room is a unique space that can be split into two separate areas, making it flexible in terms of size and shape to hold a wide range of events. The Gallery redefines style and originality to create an utterly unique experience for you and your guests. The Gallery is capable of holding up to 300 guests.

Museum of London

City of London

The Gallery Rooms showcase London's diverse history with a variety of unique spaces and collections. They represent a unique backdrop and feature inspiring, award-winning collections which can complement and enhance a variety of parties, corporate events, award ceremonies and special celebrations. The galleries can be hired individually or all together. If additional space is required, the Entrance Hall and Sackler Hall can be hired alongside the Gallery Rooms to accommodate up to 1000 people.


The HAC's exciting new £6.5M conference and events venue was officially opened by HM The Queen in 2007. Located in the City of London, The Prince Consort Rooms are an exceptionally sleek and stylish venue incorporating the elements of HAC's history, ideal for corporate and exclusive parties, events, Christmas and summer parties, gala dinners and award banquets. With its own courtyard entrance ensuring privacy and security, the courtyard garden is a stunning space for drinks receptions and barbecues.


The Heathcote Room is one of the smaller conference and event facilities at The Bloomsbury Hotel. It is ideal for corporate events such as meetings, presentations, networking events and receptions.

Museum of London Docklands

West India Quay Rd

There are six distinct galleries available for evening hire. These are: The Thames Highway Gallery (reception 80, dinner 40); London Sugar and Slavery (reception 120); Docklands War (reception 100); Trade Expansion Gallery (reception 120, dinner 60); Sailortown, City and River (reception 200). They can be hired in isolation or in conjunction with other event spaces.


This unique space is ideal for any bespoke event. It offers iconic views over the centre of London and a large wrap-around bar. These features will impress at any drinks reception, dinner dance, awards ceremony or corporate event. The large plasma screen TV's are perfect for product launches or other advertising.


Our recently refurbished semi-private dining room, situated in the side of the brasserie, offering unforgettable views of the stunning architecture of the Barlow Shed and the ever changing scenery of the station. Hosting a thick curtain partition instead of a door, this is the perfect room for more informal meetings and dinners for up to 20 guests, allowing privacy whilst still enjoying the ambiance of the main brasserie.

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Planning Your Christmas Party

Working out where to start with the planning process, what sort of venue to choose and how to make your Christmas Party a rip-roaring success can be a bit daunting. But we’re here to help. Christmas is a wonderful time of year and a fantastic opportunity to celebrate everything you and your colleagues have achieved that year or raise a glass with customers and clients.

How to Get Started

Knowing what to tackle first can be the most difficult part of planning the office Christmas party, and the temptation to get carried away with the fun aspects can be very distracting. So, here are a few pointers to get you on the right track.

Planning, people & prices

This is so, so important. For starters, you need to know what sort of budget you're working to, how many people you need to cater for and ideally a rough idea of where you want the day to take place. This will help frame your search for a venue later on.

Most Christmas party prices work on a package basis, that will likely be based on a 'per head' basis so it's worthwhile working out how much you have to spend per person. Most venues will offer levels of packages too, that range from just food plus wine on the table to unlimited drinks, so it's simple to work with differing budgets.

The early bird catches the worm

Talking about Christmas any time before October (at the earliest) can seem pre-emptive but booking your Christmas party should definitely be an exception. If you are booking for a large company, you have very specific dates, an ideal venue in mind or even a limited budget, it's important to get your enquiries in early.

The largest bookings are made as early as January, with most coming in over the summer months and being finalised by the end of September. Smaller groups can still be accommodated after that but it's likely you'll need to be more flexible the closer you get to Christmas, check out our guide here for more last minute Xmas party ideas.

If you're on a strict budget, look at less popular days such as Monday or Tuesday or pick early November or even January to hold your party. You'll get more for your money than on more in-demand days in December, particularly Thursdays and Fridays.

The Venue

Location, location, location

Central and South London are consistently the most popular locations for parties, but demand is also increasing in East London. London has brilliant venues in every corner so don't limit to yourself to what is popular, in fact it might make your life easier if you broaden your horizons. The most important part of choosing a location is the ease of getting there and back for your guests.

Look past the ordinary

Big, high-production events are fantastic but they're not for everyone. You might want a venue that more closely reflects your brand, is a bit more intimate or perhaps more unusual.

Pubs are a great option for smaller groups, especially if you're looking for a great Christmas lunch, they also provide that wonderful warm, fuzzy, festive feeling - think roaring fires, Xmas jumpers and mulled wine.

If unusual is your thing, there are so many options, from museums to warehouses and beautiful bars to Victorian arches. Perhaps you could give karaoke a go or hire a cinema screen to watch Elf, there really is something for everyone.

Sharing is caring

Many large venues offer ‘shared parties’ during the festive season. This works particularly well if you’ve got a smaller group but still want to have the vibe of a grand affair. These shared parties often have the capacity for up to 1000 guests and have a high production level. From acrobats to dodgems, theming, lighting and more, these parties really do have the wow-factor.

Don't forget to browse our top venues above for inspiration and get in touch if you need a hand.

Food and Styling

Most venues will have a carefully planned out theme that will be used across all their parties during the festive season, so all you have to do is choose one that fits what you're looking for. However, you can always go fully bespoke and dress the venue yourself to suit your brand or group more closely - bare in mind that this option is likely to be more work but can have amazing results.

There are different options for catering too, many venues have in-house caterers or a 'preferred' list of suppliers that work at that venue frequently. It's likely to be cheaper (and easier) to use one of these options but many venues will also allow you to source your own caterer if that's what you require.

There are endless styles of catering depending on the type of event you want and your budget. It could range from a drinks and canapé reception to a sit-down three-course meal. There are also bowl food options available, that provide more substantial food offerings but retain the relaxed atmosphere of a drinks reception. You could also consider street food vans or stalls that will provide a number of options for your guests. More informal food offerings are becoming more and more popular and they are a great, flexible for more budget-conscious groups.

It's in the detail

Our top tips for making your Christmas party a success

  1. Don't forget that you want your guests to have a brilliant time, so getting a good DJ, sound system or band is so, so important.
  2. Always send invites with plenty of notice as Christmas is a busy time of year and you want as many RSVPs as possible.
  3. If you've got a large group, it's a good idea to do some menu tastings - these are pretty fun too!
  4. Make use of the events team at your chosen venue, they run events day-in, day-out and they'll have hints and tips to make your event super successful. They'll also think of important details that may not even have crossed your mind (they are essentially Christmas angels.)
  5. Don't forget those who don't drink and make sure you have an interesting soft drink available, dream up some festive mocktails for example.

Party Bus

Oh, and our final top tip, make sure you've planned how you'll get everyone to the venue, either choose something that's walking distance, has good transport links or even hire a party bus. Equally as important is making sure all your guests have a way to get home or be sure to source accommodation as part of your planning - after all you want your party to be remembered for all the right reasons.

So, we hope you're now a Christmas party planning expert, but if you need an extra hand then don't forget to get in touch.

About Christmas Party Venues in London


Christmas parties are a great way to celebrate a successful year with your colleagues, friends or family and let your hair down before gloomy January arrives. London has a huge variety of spaces that can transform into your festive shindig. Whether it's a big corporate celebration or a low-key, cosy 'do', there's a space out there to suit every occasion and budget. We've pulled together some of our favourites for you to browse from across London. There's impressive stadiums, beautiful bars and elegant livery halls to choose from and of course some more unusual Christmas venues to keep you on your toes.


You can enquire directly through Hire Space at any of the venues you like the look of, or if you need a bit more help, our Venue Expert can create a bespoke proposal of suggestions, all specific to your needs. We'll give you tailored quotes and negotiate on your behalf. The service is completely free so you can concentrate on Christmas shopping and drinking festive cocktails. Happy venue finding!


On this page you can browse venues from across the UK as well get some top tips from our Venue Experts on how to plan the perfect party.

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