Planning a party can be extremely stressful - especially if it’s your office Christmas party. With less than 150 days to go till Christmas (that’s less than 100 working days!), the secret is in perfect preparation. That’s where we come in. Here’s our top 5 tips for easy party planning this Christmas, from our team of seasoned professional party planners.
1 – Start early
We can’t emphasis this enough. Often you’ll get better deals when you secure a venue early so start researching now while many people are on holiday. Come September you may find your preferred date has been booked up already.
2 – Choose a great package
Look for packages with great inclusions – if it’s your work party, you’ll want to get as much included in the price as possible. At our Heathrow hotel private parties include everything you’d want from a great venue; 3 fabulous courses, Prosecco on arrival, half a bottle of wine per person, DJ, parking, festive novelties and crackers, mineral water, coffee, mince pies…the list goes on! And the best part? Packages start from just £39 per person.
3 – Join forces
Are you planning for a small group? Join-a-parties are perfect because you can enjoy a private dinner in your own dining room then enjoy a DJ and dancing from 9pm to 1am with other small groups. Packages start from just £39 per person at Heathrow with loads of party extras included. Read about Christmas parties in Heathrow >
4 – Stay over
By choosing a hotel there’s no need to run off for the last train home or an expensive taxi ride, simply head off upstairs to your luxury bedroom! Next morning you can enjoy a lazy lie-in and a full English breakfast before heading to our spa for a treatment – ideal if you’re feeling a little fragile. At our Heathrow hotel, book early and you can get great deals on bedrooms for everyone in your party.
5 – Get help
Don’t be left with all the hard work – delegate. We have experienced event planners that can look after every detail for you, leaving you stress-free and ready to party, and don’t worry they’ll let you take all the credit from your colleagues!