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Loop Bar Christmas Party Venue

London,W1S 1AH
  • 1065

The Loop: A Festive Wonderland for Your Christmas Party

Looking to create unforgettable memories with your loved ones or colleagues during the festive season? Look no further than The Loop Christmas party venue, a hidden playground in the heart of Mayfair.

With four unique rooms spread over three floors, our venue has the capacity to entertain over 1000 people, making it the perfect choice for any Christmas celebration – from a festive gathering with friends to a corporate holiday event.

Indulge in our creative holiday cocktails at our Cocktail Bar, the perfect spot for after-work drinks or a pre-party warm-up. Alternatively, descend downstairs to our sophisticated party lounge, Opal Bar, and dance the night away to the latest tunes and holiday classics. For a more intimate experience, visit Caspers, our stylish restaurant and bar space with electric blue seating, brick walls, and a New York Warehouse vibe. And last but certainly not least, don’t miss out on our famous Groovy Wonderland – a tribute to the best 80s and 90s tunes with a giant old-school flashing dancefloor to create the ultimate disco experience, complete with Christmas hits.

No Christmas party is complete without great food, and we’ve got you covered with a wide range of delicious festive options to choose from. Whether you’re in the mood for finger food, sharing platters, or a sit-down meal, our talented chefs will serve a holiday menu to suit your tastes and dietary requirements. So why wait? Book your Christmas event with us and let us create an unforgettable experience for you and your guests.

Whether you’re after a corporate lunch, a catch-up over a festive dinner, or a Saturday night holiday boogie, we’ve got you covered here at The Loop!

Our festive facilities include:

Cocktail Menu
Festive Food Served
Function Area
Late Licence
HD Screens
Celebrate the season in style with The Loop’s unique and versatile spaces, perfect for a memorable Christmas party.




Google Reviews

4,543 reviews
  • Valencia oo
    Valencia oo
    3 weeks ago

    Friday evening was really fun. It was lovely and busy. The DJ's selection of music and remixing talent was 🔥. I really like the illuminated round little dancefloor in the middle of the bottom floor room. Drinks were okay and getting our stuff back from the cloak room was also quick and easy process.

  • Zee Gonsan-Zeo
    Zee Gonsan-Zeo
    a month ago

    Place is pretty good and the music is fantastic. Security inside the venue is hot garbage though. Went there for a Halloween party for work and a couple of the security guards (one Asian woman and a white dude) made me seem as if I was some sort of criminal. Didn’t even act up or anything, I was alcohol free and vibed with my colleagues. But anyways, pretty decent

  • Tara Llewellyn-Read (MummyT)

    Met up with an old friend from work for a catch up. We were warmly greeted by the doorman. It was happy hour and the bar staff kindly told us what was on offer. We had a bottle of Prosecco, £14.50!! The atmosphere was great, plenty of people drinking inside and out. The music was very good. In the evening the had a DJ and the place started to fill up. We had a great time and danced till it closed.

  • Real S GUNA
    Real S GUNA
    4 months ago

    Overall I didn’t enjoy the music, maybe it was just the Latino DJ they had in on the night. The ratio of men to women was appalling but I must say the service I received in there by the two security guards was immaculate and I was impressed by their people skills if I could say. I’d like to say thanks to Mr Etienne Samba for looking out for me and making me feel welcomed.

  • Alanya Hammond
    Alanya Hammond
    5 months ago

    TERRIBLE BOUNCERS AND EXPERIENCE. They kicked out someone who found out a few days ago their mother had a stroke and didn’t have long to live. The people who are the guards/ bouncer were condescending and unhelpful. We had a complaint about how a friend of ours was removed for being emotional and were kicked out. This would normally be fair except for the fact that they had found out their mother had a terminal diagnosis. Despite this, they sat and drank water to “sober up”. They had calmed down and they still refused to let them in. The place was empty, after this we tried to let them know she had sobered up. They refused to listen. The security manager, kept telling me and my (also female friend) that despite we were sober that the conversation was going “nowhere” and that we shouldn’t “raise our voices”. It was a disgusting experience and when we tried to stand up for our friend, we were kicked out too. We asked for any recognition of who was responsible and was refused. We had paid for tickets and I’m simply horrified that the bouncers/security would act in such a way. Please, do better.