Robb Recommends: NYE At The Lanesborough

Still dithering over what to do on the most divisive night of the year? Look no further…

For the second year running, The Lanesborough will be closing its doors on the evening of January 31st for a New Year’s eve bash in collaboration with Moët & Chandon. The entire ground and lower ground floor of the hotel will be allocated to a shindig which will involve, live music, DJs, dining, dancing and all-round decadence.

The Michelin-starred restaurant Céleste will be transformed into a nightclub while the Belgravia Ballroom will be serving a selection of speed-rail rum- and Champagne-based cocktails set to distinctive Reggaetón rhythms with Latin-themed sultry lighting.

In the Garden Room – one of London’s most fabled smoking lounges – the in-house cigar sommeliers will be as omnipresent until 1am as the Cuban & Latin music and canapés, while The Great Hall will be converted into an extensive Seafood & Champagne bar.

The lavishly decorated St Georges’ dining room will become a Lebanese Lounge (think dimmed romantic lighting, classic cocktails with eastern accents, low-level sofas and Arabic vibes); the Library & Withdrawing Room will be offering up ambient house music and cocktails; transforming for the night into 1920s America, The Westminster will become a modern-day speakeasy with signature Gatsby-era cocktails and a live band.

Tickets cost £275 per person.

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