NYE 2015 – Champagne Laurent-Perrier’s top picks for where to ring in the New Year
It may still seem far away but New Year’s Eve is in fact just two weeks away! With that in mind, Champagne Laurent-Perrier has rounded up a few of our favourite spots to from which to see in the New Year.
From one-off evenings to weekends away, rest assured that your glass of Champagne Laurent-Perrier will be ready and waiting for that all-important midnight toast.
Panoramas full of drama… Where better to observe city festivities than with a Bird’s Eye View?
Galvin at Windows, Park Lane, London – Enjoy sophisticated French cuisine and 360-degree views from the top of the Park Lane Hilton over the rest of London courtesy of the Michelin-starred Galvin at Windows, a regular standout spot in London’s vibrant restaurant scene. £495 per person. Discover the menu here.
Vertigo 42, The City, London – At the top of Tower 42 in the heart of the city, London’s highest champagne bar prepares to see in the New Year with plenty of energy and elation. Take in iconic London landmarks and stunning firework displays as you enjoy a range of spanish-inspired canapés and a that all important glass of Laurent-Perrier. £150 per person.
Babylon Restaurant, Kensington, London – Richard Branson’s unique restaurant with stunning views over the iconic Kensington Roof Gardens and towards the centre of town. Enjoy a four-course meal with a glass of champagne, entry into the party at Kensington Roof Gardens Below and rooftop fireworks at midnight. Make it to the end of the celebrations to enjoy their finishing touch – Breakfast canapés surrounded by the lush beauty of London’s most notable rooftop gardens. £250 per person. Find out more here.
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Laurent-Perrier Bar, Birmingham – Head to the top of The Cube for stunning views out across Birmingham’s bustling centre as you sit down to a seven-course menu including Laurent-Perrier on arrival. £155 per person.
Enjoy the view from the water…
The Silver Sturgeon, Woods Silver Fleet, London – If you’re keen to get as close as possible to London’s main fireworks display, this New Year’s Eve enjoy a luxe evening cruising through London’s ever changing riverscape aboard the Silver Sturgeon – A 21st Century ‘River Yacht’. Celebrating numerous ‘Vogue’ and many more style bible appearance over the last 70 years the vessel will be bedecked with an opulent mix of contemporary decorations with an inspired seasonal menu created by Executive Head Chef, Douglas Gaunt, an unlimited bar & DJ for one of the most spectacular parties in town. £425 per person. Full details here.
Overloaded on Great British Christmas fare? Why not add some international flavour to your New Year’s Celebrations…
Benares, Mayfair, London – Offering modern, Michelin-starred Indian cuisine with a British twist, Benares is an ideal destination if you’re keen to add some extra spice to your celebrations along with plenty of Laurent-Perrier champagne. Enjoy two-courses from £62 per person or indulge in the full tasting menu from £105 per person (Vegetarian £88 per person).
LIMA Floral, Covent Garden, London – At the heart of the city’s New Year’s celebrations, the younger sibling of the Michelin-starred LIMA Fitzrovia will be hosting a special ticketed event to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Menu options will include the popular Orkney scallops and Braised venison shoulder. If you love last-minute, there’s also Bajo Bar by LIMA Floral, located underneath the restaurant, which will be open for walk-ins.
Make your new year a Grand Hotel affair…
The Corinthia Hotel, Whitehall, London – A Grand Hotel for the 21st Century, The Corinthia Hotel offers a host of options for New Year’s Eve. Enjoy a stunning meal in the hotel’s Northall serving contemporary British fare or reserve your table at Massimo for a celebration with an Italian twist. As an added benefit from the hotel’s prime location, diners receive wristbands for riverside viewing of the capital’s fireworks, followed by free-flowing bubbles in the Northall after. From £360 per person. Discover more here.
Make the most of the long weekend with a country caper…
Castle Hotel Conwy, Conwy, Wales – Enjoy a two-night ‘house party’ at this iconic hotel which forms part of the stunning Conwy Castle. Start your stay with a sophisticated night of fine food and wine followed by a relaxed stay on New Year’s Day with plenty of time to explore the castle, town and stunning surrounding countryside. Two-night break from £270 per person. Full details here.
Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter, Cotswolds – Tucked away in 8 acres of landscaped gardens, Lords of the Manor is one of the finest Cotswolds hotels. Ring in the New Year with Michelin-starred dining in the heart of some of England’s most picturesque countryside, enjoy a flutter in the fictional Lords casino for one-night only or try your hand at Archery the following day in the hotel grounds. Enjoy a one-night stay from £450 per person. Full itinerary here.
Bel & The Dragon Country Inns, South England – This fantastic collection of country pub inns offer all the character and charm of a country bolt hole with all the modern comforts you’d hope for from a top hotel. Enjoy live music and a warm and welcoming New Year’s Eve in any of the group’s 7 different destinations but rest assured that no matter which you choose, a glass of Cuvée Rosé will be ready and waiting for you come midnight.
The Vale Resort, Hensol, The Vale of Glamorgan, Wales – Hidden away in over 650 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside the Resort also encompasses 2 championship golf courses, Wales’ largest spa, award-winning restaurant and exceptional sporting facilities making the Vale Resort one of the UK’s most desirable destinations for an active New Year’s Break. Enjoy a stay from £79 per person and while you’re there, make sure you stop by the Salmanza Champagne Bar to prepare your tastebuds for the New Year’s Eve festivities.
Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, Scotland – Hogmanay in St Andrews, where better to celebrate such an iconic milestone than in the town that bears the name of the country’s patron saint. Enjoy fresh local fare, expertly prepared in either the Road Hole Grill or Sands restaurant accompanied by Laurent-Perrier champagne and live music before heading to the 4th floor’s outdoor terrace for fireworks against the stunning backdrop of the town, the course and the sea. Two-night packages including dinner start from £810 per room. Further details here.
Chateau Rhianfa, Angelsea, Wales – Nestled away in Anglesey with breathtaking views overlooking Snowdonia, this stunning Grade ll-listed French-style Château is full of enchanting stories, unforgettable surprises and the perfect place for a stay with a difference.