The End of Prohibition Christmas Party takes you back to the glamorous, decadent world of the jazz age. Expect flapper girls, feather boas, casino tables, Deco decor and the red-hot live rhythms of the speakeasy.
Plus all-inclusive drinks, of course… Because they’re legal now.
Dressing up is not compulsory, but it’s definitely encouraged. Think Gatsby, shimmering dresses, jewelled headbands and feathers. Lots of feathers.
The End of Prohibition Christmas Party takes place in central London, so getting there and back is a breeze.
Get ready to strike a pose. A fully-costumed paparazzi photographer is waiting to capture you at your fabulous, Instagrammable best.
Over a delicious 3-course dinner, our live singer performs modern classics…1920s style. Name that tune, anyone? The vintage vibe continues between courses as the flapper girls show off their best Charleston dance moves.
The drinks are flowing, dinner has been enjoyed — and the entertainment has only just begun.
The dance floor is open, the party band is on stage and it’s time to shake your tail feather. Take a break from the dancing at the casino tables, or get your bling on with professional glitter face painters.
And don’t forget to visit the photo booth. Those photos will remind you of the best Christmas party choice you’ve ever made.
VIP red carpet arrival, welcomed by flapper girls and a glass of Prosecco
Live music over a 3-course dinner
Party band, dancing, casino tables, glitter bar, photo booth
Live band finishes, background music continues
There’s no dress code because we want you to relax and have a good time. However, if you’re stuck for ideas, here are a few suggestions:
Black tie is always a good option, especially with a pocket square (folded handkerchief). Alternatively, go for a dark jacket with cream-coloured smart trousers and a straw boater. And how about a side parting?
We’re talking glamour and elegance. Fringed, beaded and sequined flapper dresses — black and dark red were popular 20s colours — long black gloves, jewelled and feathered headbands, long strings of pearls.
And one thing to bear in mind… In a private dining room, you’ll miss out on the live music and dancing entertainment over dinner.
Do you have any questions? We’ve answered some of the most common questions below. If yours isn’t there, don’t worry. Just call us on 020 7183 3821 and we’ll provide the answer.
Yes, although you have the option to book a private dining room. Depending on availability, there is a selection of rooms for up to 80 guests.
One thing to bear in mind… If you book a private dining room, you’ll miss out on the live music and flapper girl entertainment over dinner.
Yes, no matter the size of your guest list you’ll have your own tables. You won’t have to share the table with anyone outside your party group.
Yes. You’ll be given a glass of Prosecco as you arrive, and your ticket price includes unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks.
No. We want you to have a good time, so you can wear whatever you want.
However…Most of our guests love getting dressed up for this event. We recommend formal attire with immense amounts of glamour, style and panache.
Yes they will. Once you’ve booked, we’ll send you a function sheet. Use this to let us know the names and dietary requirements of any guests. We’ll inform the chef so that each person is catered for appropriately.
The only exception to this is Kosher food. This cannot be prepared at the hotel, it comes via a separate caterer. Call us on 020 7183 3821 and we’ll talk you through it.
To secure your booking, we’ll need a deposit of £35 + VAT per guest. The balance will be due 6 weeks (42 days) before the event.
We’ll be as flexible as possible. Please let us know about any changes before 3rd November and we’ll do our best to accommodate them. Provided there is availability, we can add to your booking — although please bear in mind, we can’t guarantee this.
If you want to add guests, contact us on 020 7183 3821 or email [email protected]. We’ll let you straight away if there’s availability. If there’s enough space for additional guests, full payment will be required in order to secure the booking.
The minimum is 8 people. The maximum number for this event is 200.
To comply with licensing laws, your guests will need to be over 18 years of age at the time of the event.
There are a few car parks near Paddington Station, although bear in mind that you may have to pre-book. The nearest is APCOA Parking, located close to the station on Bishops Bridge Road, W2 6AA.
Bayswater Colonnades is a 10-minute walk away at Porchester Terrace North, W2 6BH.
For more parking locations, visit Parkopedia.
The hotel is part of the Paddington Station terminus building, so getting there and back by public transport couldn’t be easier.
As well as mainline connections, Paddington Station is served by the Bakerloo, Circle and District, Circle and Hammersmith & City, and the Elizabeth line.
All our hotels have disabled access.
Yes, the cloakrooms at all our party locations are free. If you have larger luggage items, there’s a free concierge service. Leave your luggage with them and they’ll look after it securely while you’re at the event.
Yes, although you will need to arrange the booking. Unfortunately, we’re unable to do this for you. We’ve provided a link to both the hotels below:
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