There’s really only one proper thing that should come to mind when a Weegie hears that someone is turning a year older–party! Rather than wandering aimlessly from bar to pub to bar to club (or occasionally waking up in the parking lot of the local Sainsbo’s), how about taking an extra step to make your next birthday gathering unforgettable? Book one of Glasgow’s many private birthday party venues and ensure your evening goes exactly your way. Avoid the standard sub-crawl checklist that always ends up in the South Side, enter your wants into our search filters, and have a look at what jumps out at you.
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So, what kind of trouble can a festivity-minded Glaswegian get up to around the city centre? Well, you’ve probably noticed a few pubs around. You’ll find that a respectable amount of those have private spaces for hire that you can pack with your crowd and have a proper party. If you’re looking to book something for a bigger birthday bash, how about booking a hall at one of the many hotels or sports clubs? These are used to people getting rowdy and catering to a variety of needs. Or maybe you’re looking for something a bit more unique for a momentous occasion, like an 18th birthday party? You’ve got options. How about booking something like a live karaoke so you and your friends get the star experience (and you can record some blackmail material) as you celebrate this birthday?
The part of the city you choose to hold your party in can be as, if not more, important than the actual birthday party venue itself, so where should you start your search? If you are looking to get loud and get going, the huge Z shape created by Sauchiehall, Union and Clydeside is always worth a look to see what’s on the menu (or head on down to Ibrox, Govan and Kinning Park if you’re REALLY looking to get rowdy). If you’ve got a bit more budget to throw around or just need a bigger space, have a look west of Glasgow Central.
Birthday party venues with straight hire fees in Glasgow usually charge between £150 and £1,600 per session. The rates can also range from £25 to £150 per hour, which is especially convenient when you’re planning a shorter celebration. Minimum spend in Glasgow tends to cost between £400 and £2,000, but the largest venues can ask for as much as £7,500. A convenient option in Glasgow are package deals, which cover food and drinks for all of your birthday party guests! You can find some fantastic offers which start from £25 per person. (All data from Tagvenue.)
If you’re planning a birthday party in Glasgow, it’s best to start your search in the city centre. You’ll find many venues that are easily accessible from Glasgow Central Station, Buchanan Street Station, and multiple other public transport links! Don’t forget to stop by Merchant City. This district is filled with dining hotspots, picturesque locations and buzzing bars and is one of the most-loved places to party in the city. Checking out the West End is also a must, especially if you’re looking for some out-of-the-box venues for your birthday party. Take a look at the spaces located near the M8 and Charing Cross or Anderston stations to ensure your guests have no trouble reaching their destination in time.
Booking your dream birthday party venue is easy as pie with Tagvenue! Just follow these simple steps and you’ll have a great spot in Glasgow booked before you know it:
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