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It’s almost the end of 2021.
Time flies when you’re having fun.
And with London’s iconic fireworks cancelled for the second year in a row, many feel at a loss on how to celebrate.
But there’s plenty of events around the city and some are ridiculously extravagant.
London has a huge amount of wildly expensive parties fit for customers of Salt Bae’s Nusr-Et.
Just because there’s no fireworks doesn’t mean you can’t spoil yourself rotten.
Masquerade Ball on a Superyacht – £135
Sunborn London is the capital’s only superyacht hotel.
It’s moored in Royal Victoria Docks and is hosting a ‘spectacular’ masquerade ball with a view of the skyline.
There’s a cocktail reception, live music and a five-course dinner.
Expect mains of Dukkah-spiced duck breast and dark chocolate mousse for dessert.
Tickets cost £135 or more information, visit Sunborn Hotel’s website.
The Great Gatsby Cabaret – £495
The Great Gatsby is the gift that keeps on giving, and it’s certainly given lot to this cabaret evening.
There’s drinks, dinner, more drinks, and an immersive cabaret show where ‘mystery, scandal and dazzling innovation’ take centre stage.
For the ultimate experience, book a Royal Diamond ticket for £495.
You’ll get a VIP table, a bottle of wine, canapes, champagne, a gift bag and much more.
For more information, visit the London Cabaret Club’s website.
New Year’s at TING – £620
For the ultimate view, head to TING restaurant.
The Shard restaurant is offering exclusive festivities for £620.
You’ll get a four-course dinner, champagne and wine pairing.
You’ll also get access to the restaurant’s Apres Ski Party on the 34th floor, where more champagne and live entertainment will be waiting.
More information can be found here.
New Year’s Eve at the Ritz – £1,500
The Ritz is the restaurant that needs no introduction.
It was featured in Notting Hill, the Queen hosted Prince Charles’ 54th there, the Queen Mother regularly dined there and the restaurant has a Michelin star.
And you can celebrate perhaps the most luxurious New Year’s ever there.
They’re hosting a black tie gala event with a six-course dinner and live music on the last night of the year.
For more information and to book your £1,500 ticket, head to their website.
VIP table at the Shard – £2,999
For a luxurious New Year’s Eve with all your mates, head up to the View from the Shard.
There will be canapes, Moët & Chandon champagne and a live DJ throughout the night.
A table for ten costs £2,999 and you’ll get a magnum of champagne to enjoy.
For more information, go to the Shard’s website.
Masquerade Ball at the Hilton on Park Lane – £1,950
The UK’s first Hilton is practically the Queen’s neighbour and it’s steeped in luxury.
On New Year’s Eve they’re hosting a masquerade gala with live music and a three-course dinner.
Masks are essential, but not the kind we’ve been wearing for the past two years.
And for £1,950 you’ll get a table for ten right in front of the dance floor.
To book your tickets, click here.
Revelry: A Savoy New Year – £850
The Savoy’s New Year’s celebrations are promising to be “more exciting, more awe-inspiring and more magical than ever before”.
A champagne reception with a view of the Thames will be followed by a five-course dinner and live entertainment.
For £850, you can experience “a culinary extravaganza of five courses and paired wines, thrilling acts and toe-tapping music”.
For more information and to book, visit their website.
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