What's OnNew Year's in Leicester Square
We bring you a round-up of some of our top picks for this New Year's Eve in Leicester Square. Raise a glass in cheers to the year of 2022 and ring in the new year with breathtaking views from across London, take in the fireworks and flowing champagne!
- Dates 31/12/2022 - 31/12/2022
- Location Leicester Square, London, UK
- Price ££- £££
With floor to ceiling glass surrounding the rooftop, nine floors above London’s iconic Leicester Square, LSQ Rooftop promises you one of the best views of the London fireworks the city has to offer.
Enjoy a glass of bubbly on arrival, a selection of delicious canapés, 3 course dinner accompanied with unlimited house drinks (wine, beer & soft drinks).
On the stroke of midnight, all eyes will turn to the City of London. Yes! The ninth floor rooftop has a direct view of the London skyline, so you’ll be able to watch the city light up as you welcome in 2023.
There will also be entertainment all night long!
The Hampshire Hotel
For spectacular panoramic views over The London Eye and to witness the city’s iconic firework display, The Hampshire Hotel is the perfect choice.
Experience panoramic views of London and the firework display, free-flowing Veuve Clicquot Champagne, wines, house spirits, beers and soft drinks until midnight.
Indulge in an exquisite selection of signature canapés, experience a live set by The Hampshire Hotel's resident DJ from 9:00pm till 12:30am.
This event is perfect for families as children are welcome for this event, for for more information and tickets you can email: email@example.com
ONE LAST DINE
Dine with W London one last time to celebrate this year before you step out to the sophisticated and glamorous party at the Perception Bar to welcome the New Year in true W style.
MADE THE LIST
Raise a glass with W London and celebrate the year of 2022 this NYE, and welcome 2023 in true W style. The Perception Bar will take you back to the glamorous and sophisticated disco era for an exclusive end-of-year celebration.
Theme is: “Made the list”. Think of it as Studio 54, making the cut, crossing the red velvet rope kind of vibe.
Covent Garden to Leicester Square
Throughout the 17th century, Leicester Square was a notorious duelling location. Famous duels are said to have occurred here, including one between a Captain French and Captain Coote.