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  • Group size
    10-200
  • From Price
    £125+VAT ppp
  • Drinks Package
    Included

Venue Insights:
Embrace the yuletide spirit in style at The End of Prohibition shared Christmas party at the iconic Hilton Paddington hotel. This 4-star jewel from the 19th century beckons you from its prime location by the Paddington train station, just a short jaunt from Marble Arch and Oxford Street. Beyond the mainline, you have the convenience of the Elizabeth, Circle and District, and Hammersmith and City underground lines. And if the revelry demands an overnight respite, choose from over 400 cozy bedrooms.

Dive into the 1920s:
From the moment you step in, our flapper girls will whisk you back to the Roaring Twenties. Their jazz, glamour, and Charleston dance routines promise spellbinding performances. But that’s not all; after their acts, it’s your turn to dance to the timeless Charleston beats.

The Gatsby essence remains unbroken even as you dine. Immerse in the 1920s mood with live jazz accompanying your sumptuous three-course festive meal, which also includes half a bottle of wine per person.

The evening also promises harmless gambling thrills. Engage in friendly duels over blackjack and roulette tables, armed with just paper money and casino chips.

Then, bring out your vintage best for our paparazzi photographer. They’ll roam the scene, capturing your party’s glittering moments, ensuring everyone basks in their limelight.

Post dinner, the ambiance shifts to a contemporary beat. Our live band will belt out timeless classics, ensuring the dance floor remains irresistibly inviting.

Shared Christmas Party Highlights:

  • A Gatsby-inspired welcome by our flapper girls
  • Prosecco to set the mood
  • Delectable three-course Christmas dinner
  • House beverages for 4.5 hours including wine, beer, & soft drinks
  • Live 1920s tunes enhancing your dinner experience
  • Foot-tapping Charleston dance renditions
  • Modern beats from our live party band post dinner
  • Fun-filled casino tables
  • Snapshot memories with our paparazzi photographer
  • All set against a roaring 1920s backdrop

2023 Sample Meal Preview:

Citrus cured salmon fillet adorned with avocado puree, pink grapefruit, and caviar; served with rye melba toast.
A sumptuous roast turkey roulade wrapped in Parma ham, perfectly paired with seasonal accompaniments and a rich turkey jus.
Decadent dark chocolate delice, topped with griotine cherries and pistachio sponge.
Vegetarian/Vegan Offerings:

A tantalizing caramelized onion tart accompanied by chia seed cream cheese and a zesty rosemary-lemon vinaigrette.
Satisfying plant-based roast complemented by classic sides and a robust winter vegetable jus.
An indulgent chocolate-passion fruit tart crowned with dark chocolate glaze and meringue.
Note: Menus could vary based on ingredient availability.

Quench Your Festive Thirst:

Prosecco greeting awaits
Limitless beverages for 4.5 hours: beer, wine, soft drinks
Upgrade with premium drink tokens: 3 for £24+VAT or 5 for £40+VAT
Iced water jugs at hand
A cash bar for anything beyond the package
For custom drinks packages, get in touch today!

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Google Reviews

4.0
3,552 reviews
  • Greg “Wigan Wanderers” Knight

    Visited this hotel with colleagues from work. We met in the lobby and decided to stay at the hotel for our informal meeting. . The hotel itself has a very traditional feel and benefits from being connected to Paddington train station. You can access the hotel from inside the station as well as from the main road. . We ordered some coffee and tea and both were good quality and service was very acceptable. The seating area provides a sense of privacy without feeling isolated from others in the hotel. . There is a min. Charge of £10 per hour for sitting in the main area surrounding the bar, which was fine for us but if you're visiting alone it's something to be aware of. . We ordered lunch, which was very enjoyable and fairly reasonable for the location and venue. One of our team needed to request some changes to the menu items to accommodate their dietary needs and this was met with ease and no fuss. . All in all I enjoyed the visit and liked the venue. And I think I will return in the future

  • Najlaa Ibrahim
    Najlaa Ibrahim
    a month ago

    The best about this hotel is the location. It was right at the train station. The hotel is old with old furniture but it was clean and their standard room size was great. I had an issue with A/c (very hot for my liking), bathroom sink + toilet making a loud noise and no refrigerator at the room.

  • E Pa
    E Pa
    a month ago

    Nice big rooms and venue Clean However it is extremely cold both in the rooms and in the meeting rooms. Heating system very slow and noisy only a light duvet in the bed It was a very uncomfortable stay Breakfast area would be brilliant but some issues make the experience annoying: coffee machine does not work, toaster jams and all the bread gets stuck inside, pastries freezing cold or dry (from the day before?) After three times I asked the very kind waitress to help I gave up not to bother her again and again Pity the place is amazing but all these things make the stay unpleasant

  • brendamiller photography
    brendamiller photography
    in the last week

    No one was at the door to greet us. We brought our bags in through the revolving door. We piled them together and a bellcap expressed it would inconvenience other guests. The concierge waved at us and told us there was a line. Our room upgrade came without a refrigerator or microwave. The suite has two bathrooms and a sitting room. We called and requested the refrigerator but it was not delivered. The bedroom view is of moldy glass roofs and one busy terrace. The elevator to the tower is tiny. Be very clear to others if you need to get out and luggage is involved. The second floor is undergoing renovation. Hilton Paddington #LetsGuide London

  • Niki Kerr
    Niki Kerr
    a week ago

    Exceptionally rude! Was shocked at the inability of staff in the bar area to communicate with curtesy! Had no idea of the minimum spend policy and ordered a coffee when I joined my business colleague. Instead of apologising for the lack of signs and informing us of the policy he aggressively pointed out that my colleague had already been there for too long without buying anything. Feeling embarrassed we left and found a very nice pub on the corner opposite which was very welcoming