Looking for somewhere to host your Christmas party can often be a tricky one. With so many places to choose from in Liverpool and so many dividing opinions when it comes to what makes a good night out, you need somewhere that will bring everything from great live music and entertainment, to festive interiors and delicious food. And we’ve found just the place.
The Titanic hotel puts on a spectacular show every year when it comes to Christmas celebrations. From their fantastic decor and historic Liverpudlian roots to their neverending list of rum cocktails and carefully created menu of food, catering perfect to every party. To celebrate the launch of their Christmas events, the Titanic started the celebrations early, with a full run-through of what you can expect when you book the most important event of the year through them.
The event took place in the beautifully decorated function room, situated to the right of the main doors and kicked off with a Bucks Fizz reception, everyone’s favourite Christmas music and stilt walkers adorned with fairy lit capes, the room was dimly lit and the atmosphere had just the right buzz of a festive party. We were then led through to the dining room, where we took our place at the round tables, ready to wine, dine and enjoy a full host of live entertainment. Our wine was poured immediately and we were handed the choices of the evening’s dishes. The starter was the choice of a goast’s cheese and beetroot salad or a classic tomato soup. I opted for the goats cheese and was pleased to see a generous portion accompanied with a a crispbread. Perfect washed down with a cool glass of white wine.
For the main course, we could choose from roasted red pepper croquettes or a classic Christmas dinner with all the trimmings. Being now, fully into the spirit of Christmas, it had to be the Christmas dinner. The dish consisted of pork with crispy crackling, an assortment of veg (even Parsnips!), potatoes and of course, the best part; pigs in blankets. The dinner was drizzled with deliciously rich gravy and reminded me of why Christmas dinner is everyone’s favourite. Delicious.
Whilst we were eating we enjoyed live music, more stilt walkers as well as a fantastic, faultless, fire eating performance, making for top class entertainment. After dinner we opted for the cookies n cream cheesecake (Christmas Pudding isn’t really my bag) and that too, was super tasty. A cookie base and super creamy filling topped with Oreo biscuits and finished off with a chocolate sauce. Yum. To finish off the high quality dining experience we munched on rum fudge and chatted over coffee.
If you’re wondering where to host your next Christmas party, look not further than the Titanic hotel, whether you’re a small business with just a few party-goers or have an entire office to accommodate, the Titanic will give you a top-quality party to remember. For more info, you can visit their website. Happy Christmas everyone!