'Tis the season to be jolly and you’re on the lookout for the best Christmas party venues in Leeds? You’re in the right place to find them! Regardless of if you need a huge space for a work Christmas party around the City Centre Loop or something smaller for just a few guests in the Victorian Quarter, we’ve got a list of the best Christmas party venues in Leeds. Have a look through our listings, see what jumps out at you to host the social event of the season, and book your dream venue with us today!
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So what types of Christmas parties are in vogue right now in Leeds? Here’s a list created by our event planning experts:
Leeds is a relatively big city with a lot going on. So, where should you start looking for a Christmas party venue? One of the better places is a bit north of George Street near Millennium Square. Here you’ll find a variety of excellent venues and a lot to do nearby, as this is where the annual Christmas market takes place. For those looking for Christmas drinks, check out the area around King Street or head east along Wellington towards Briggate for lounges and bars with space for hire around the holidays. If you’re more into the Christmas dinner or need to host something a bit more official for a work Christmas party, you’re sure to find some of the best options in Leeds near the river in The Calls.
Minimum spend can start out as low as £150, but prices may reach as high as £3000 for some venues. Hourly hire rates start at £40 in the city. If you’re interested in a per person package deal, expect prices to start around £35. Remember that prices may vary depending on the day of the week and the time of the day. (Based on Tagvenue data.)
Leeds has many different spaces that are perfect for a Christmas party and you’re sure to find one here that will fit your needs perfectly. If you’re looking for a real British experience, try one of the city’s many pubs. If you’re organising a sit-down dinner, you also have a plethora of restaurants to choose from. Many of them offer private dining rooms for hire, so make sure you check them out as well. If you want to organise a daytime function, look for cafes or studios that are filled with enough daylight to fight those gloomy winter days. Hiring a hall may be a good idea if you’re considering a big Christmas bash and need the extra room. If your guests are travelling from outside the city, consider hiring a space in one of the city’s many hotels for their convenience.
If you’re looking for a cheap option for a Christmas party hire in Leeds, you can start your search by looking for a venue operating on a minimum spend basis. In this kind of hire, you don’t have to pay any hire fee, but you must agree to spend a set amount on food and drinks. Venues with a BYO policy, where you pay the fee for hiring the space, but can bring your own drinks or/and food, are also a cheap alternative for venue hire.
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