3 days in London over New Year’s 2014/2015


If you are looking for somewhere fantastic to spend New Year’s Eve in 2014, then you can’t go wrong with the capital city. Whether you want to see in the New Year by dancing your way past midnight or take a more relaxed approach with dinner at a fine restaurant, you will be spoiled for choice. Best of all, there is so much to see and do in London that you could make a long weekend out of it, seeing in the New Year and then recovering by visiting some of London’s popular tourist attractions. If you want some inspiration on how to celebrate New Year’s Eve in 2014, then here are our top London picks:-

Skating Around
You could spend the day ice-skating at one of the magical ice rinks which pop up all over the capital during the winter season. Each year Hyde Park transforms into a Winter Wonderland complete with rides and attractions as well as the ice rink which is the biggest outdoor rink in the UK. Other venues include the Tower of London and the Natural History Museum.

Party Hard
It won’t be difficult to find somewhere to party in London to see in the New Year. Many of the major clubs are already selling tickets for their parties so if you want to be in the right place, make sure you book ahead and buy your tickets now.

Wine and Dine
London has a multitude of top restaurants which would make an ideal base from which to see in the New Year. However, remember that New Year’s Eve is a very popular time in the capital city and so popular restaurants are likely to be booked up months in advance. If you want to eat with the best, it is worth taking the time to book a table now, so as to avoid disappointment later. The same can be said of quality accommodation such as the Grand Royale London. Make sure you sort your accommodation as soon as possible so you can be confident that after all your New Year’s adventures; you have somewhere decent to spend the night!

Sail Away
There are a number of spectacular cruises which take place on the Thames. From themes such as Disco Night to those which provide an ideal place from which to view the annual firework display, this is certainly a different and more interesting way to spend New Year’s Eve.