If you're looking for somewhere special to go and celebrate, look no further. Here are 5 of our favourite places to head out for a party, with everything from 1920s prohibition era clubs to sophisticated cocktail bars with a view to die for.
Our 5 Favourite Cocktail Spots
The Rumpus Room in London
Up on the 12th floor of the Mondrian Hotel, the Rumpus Room is a little bit of party era magic looking over the Thames. Inspired by the 1920s bright young things, it is all about a little bit of decadence and party. Surrounded by velvet sofas, brass barware and jungle-like plants, there is no more glamorous place for cocktails and music above the city.
Lounge on 12 in 12
Manchester House has already cemented itself as one of the most glamorous spots in the city and the bar is no exception. This is the spot to watch the sun set over the city, sipping cocktails. If you really want to push the boat out, the terrace can be privately booked too, for a night to remember.
The Ham Yard Bar in London
Right in the heart of Soho, the Ham Yard Bar has it all; a terrace, gorgeous lounge, sophisticated cocktails and an incredible location. All decked out with luxurious design details and multiple spaces for you to eat, drink and soak up the atmosphere, this is a luxurious and sophisticated city retreat.
No 28 in Newcastle
This hidden gem in Newcastle is well worth the hunt; walk up through the stairs to discover a lush, magical hideaway at No28. Drink, eat and dance the night away until the early hours in this award winning bar, perfect for intimate nights out.
The Orchid in Aberdeen
With it's extensive cocktail menu and sophisticated, private club-like decor, The Orchid shows you don't need to be in London for a glamorous evening. With it's speakeasy feel, we recommend sitting down with a gin cocktail for that 1920s vibe.
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