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Hollywood Casino Shared Christmas Party, London 2023 at Thistle Marble Arch Hotel

Imagine the razzle-dazzle of Hollywood’s golden era, the thrill of a casino, and the warmth of a Christmas gathering, all merged into one unforgettable evening. As the festive season beckons, transport yourself to the cinematic world of Tinseltown at the Thistle Marble Arch Hotel. Here, the glamour of Hollywood meets the electrifying ambience of a casino, offering a unique blend of entertainment and indulgence. With semi-private dining options available, it’s not just a party; it’s an experience, a journey through time where silver screen legends meet the high stakes of the roulette table, all set against the backdrop of yuletide celebrations. Ready for your close-up? Lights, camera, Christmas!

Dates & Timing:
Available on 01, 07, 08, 14, 15 Dec 2023, from 7.30pm to 1am.

Thistle Marble Arch Hotel, Conveniently located just 3 minutes from Marble Arch station on the Central line.

£105+VAT per person.

About the Venue:
Experience the allure of Hollywood Casino this festive season at the Thistle Marble Arch Hotel, a premium 4-star venue nestled near Marble Arch and Oxford Street’s vibrant ambience. Guests arriving early can savour a refreshing drink at the hotel’s lounge bar. With 692 bedrooms available, those wishing for an extended stay can indulge in luxury overnight.

What to Expect at the Hollywood Casino Shared Christmas Party

  • A warm welcome with a glass of Prosecco.
  • A delectable three-course Christmas dinner, complemented with half a bottle of wine per person.
  • Engage in the festive mood with Hollywood-themed decorations, a live singer during dinner, and a lively party band for after-dinner dancing.
  • Test your luck at the fun Blackjack and Roulette tables, using provided paper money and chips.
  • Get snapped by our in-character paparazzi photographer, ensuring all get their moment in the spotlight.

Hollywood Casino shared Christmas party schedule:

7.30pm: Prosecco welcome drink.
8.00pm: Dinner served with a live singer.
10.00pm (approx.): Entertainment & dancing with a live party band.
12.00am: Live band concludes.
12.30am: Bars, entertainment, and background music wind up.
01.00am: Departure.
(The above timings are guidelines and may vary.)

Further details regarding drinks, dress code, and other key information are available upon request. Dive into the Christmas spirit, Hollywood-style!




Google Reviews

3,555 reviews
  • Simone D'annibale
    Simone D'annibale
    4 weeks ago

    Very modern hotel, staff and kind and helpful. I stayed in a very large Deluxe room (at least so I remember) as stated by the official hotel website The breakfast was well stocked with both salty and sweet foods which I was very satisfied with. The room was very clean. The services and the food offered by the hotel I have not tried it even though I have looked at the prices and they are very high. The bed in my opinion was comfortable but a bit hard, the room is also equipped with a Smart TV. The thing that struck me the most is the location, as it is within walking distance of the Mable Arch metro stop. To Go Back

  • Morgan Owen
    Morgan Owen
    in the last week

    Having just spent 2 nights at this jaded and shabby hotel I wanted to share the sad and disappointing experience we had in order to spare others from futures shock. We booked an "Executive Room" and apart from a very expensive price tag and a larger than normal room (Tiny bathroom) I cannot imagine why it is called "Executive" ? The room was uncomfortable, dull and dated, with a broken side table, hard uncomfortable bed and the smallest pillows I have ever experienced in a hotel anywhere in the world. The bathroom products unlike the hotel room description were cheap (made in China) nasty items you would not want to use on your skin. The "free" mini bar consisted of 2 cans of Coke, 2 waters and some popcorn ! the TV did not work and constantly turned off every 15 minutes most channels did not connect either. The experience from check in to check out was a joke, staff barely had the skills to communicate or acknowledged guests, in the "Executive Lounge" we were completely ignored by the attendant on 2 occasions (we did not bother going back) the limited breakfast in the lounge on day 1 was targeted at a particular group so there was no bacon, or sausage and despite being in the capital of Britain was focussed on people from the Middle East and this was plain across the whole hotel. We asked for 2 extra pillows and received 1, we asked where the main breakfast was served to be told "There" pointing to a room on the 1st floor, where does this hotel hire its staff from and what training in customer service do they provide ? The housekeeping staff could be heard shouting and talking at all times of the day with each other and slamming doors, disturbing guests in their rooms. The main breakfast was mediocre, the room hot and stuffy and a complete let down. This hotel changes names every so many years for some reason....probably so people forget how bad it is but don't be fooled it is a dump and only interested in catering for people from certain countries. I cannot stop thinking about such a waste of almost £700 for 2 awful nights stay. Looking at the reviews they are pretty poor and the response from the general manager robotic and in line with our experience. There are loads of better hotels right next door.

  • Yousef Alzaabi
    Yousef Alzaabi
    in the last week

    Check in was fast with no complications. Bags were brought to our rooms. Room size is excellent compared to other hotels in the area. Clean rooms. Complimentary water and drinks in the fridge. Room service is fast. No complaints.

  • Sarah Eakes
    Sarah Eakes
    2 months ago

    (Note: i made the reservation myself on this hotel's website directly, so I'm not sure why their reply mentions contacting a different supplier) I rarely leave reviews for hotels but I wanted to share my thoughts on this hotel. The two Pros: good location and the room was quite large (we had a triple room). But the Cons would make me not want to stay here again. The room, particularly the bathroom, was somewhat dirty. I wasn't expecting spotless but this was dirtier than expected. The pillows were flat as pancakes, on all 3 beds. I have never had such flat pillows in any hotel nor am I particularly picky about pillows. But when they are this flat, it was noticeable and quite uncomfortable. While it is advertised as having AC, it functioned more like a basic fan, meaning the air was really not cool at all. It was about 85 degrees outside during our stay and our room never got comfortable. We had a room with the windows facing an interior mechanical space which meant there was no opportunity for a breeze, so opening the windows didn't help either. And while Europe doesn't generally have AC the way we are used to in the US, the hotel advertised itself as having AC but it didn't even rise to the level of a decent fan. We spent 17 days in Europe and this was the only hotel with AC issues.

  • Khaled Alabdulghafour

    I recently stayed at the Thistle Marble Arch Hotel and overall, it was a pleasant experience. The staff was friendly and accommodating, and the central location near Marble Arch was convenient for my plans. The room was comfortable and clean, although there were a few minor issues that could have been improved. While the amenities were decent, I felt that some aspects could have been better maintained. Despite these small drawbacks, I had a satisfactory stay and would consider returning in the future.