Often described as ‘the world in one city,’ Liverpool promises to spoil NYE revellers for choice, offering something for everyone on the biggest night of the year.
Date published: 28th Dec 2012
Home to Cream, one of the most famous clubbing brands in the world, the city knows how to party. There are plenty of festivities across the former Capital of Culture on New Year’s Eve. From huge scale clubbing events to champagne fuelled evenings in intimate bars, you’ll find the perfect way to greet 2013 in style.
With amazing discounts, Skiddle’s guide to New Year’s Eve in Liverpool will help you handpick the best events, restaurants and hotels to celebrate the biggest night of the year. Be sure to book now to make your New Year’s Eve one to remember!
NYE nights out in Liverpool
Liverpudlians are famous for working hard and playing harder. Needless to say then, the city offers an explosion of lively bars, clubs and pubs to celebrate NYE 2012. From the Waxxx NYE party at Haus to the Garlands In-famous White Party, you’ll be spoilt for choice this New Year’s Eve. Liverpool can even transport you back in time this NYE with The 90s Party at GBar or deliver The Perfect Night, if you go slightly further afield to Chester Racecourse.
If you want the city to deliver the full-on clubbing works this NYE then Skiddle highly recommends Chibuku Shake Shake. Chibuku has kept at the forefront of clubbing culture throughout 2012 and they are returning to the stunning city-centre space for their annual NYE bash, at the Camp and Furnace tucked away in the Jamaica Street area of Liverpool. It's an evocative and breath-taking venue, a true warehouse environment, which will host several huge guests including 2manydjs, DJ Fresh, Redlight and Dread, Subfocus, Rudimental and Futurebound & Matrix, continuing a new direction in bringing global stars to Liverpool club to spectacularly conclude the year. As anticipated, tickets for this event are selling very quickly so make sure you book now to get yours.
Liverpool is home to a phenomenal range of restaurants that each promise to whet your appetite this NYE. You may want to combine the city’s choice of cuisine with its love of partying and enjoy a sophisticated and fun dining experience at the Fahrenheit Grill. This vibrant casino eatery serves up delicious British food with a modern European edge. The decadent menu changes with the seasons and uses expertly sourced ingredients. If you like your Martini shaken not stirred then you can don your Bond-style attire and indulge in an optional game of poker or blackjack.
Or perhaps you want something slightly less formal to fit into your shopping, party-going and sight-seeing plans? If so then ASK poses as a popular choice for those looking for well-priced stylish Italian dining in the heart of the city before heading off to enjoy the city’s culture and nightlife.
If you’re looking for a relaxing dining experience with the perfect setting then What’s Cooking? is for you. Sitting on the historic Albert Dock and overlooking Liverpool’s Three Graces the award winning restaurant serves a mixture of Mexican and American dishes with locally sourced ingredients. So you can enjoy international cuisine whilst staying true to Liverpool’s roots.
There are so many hotels in Liverpool that it can be hard to choose just one! We have hand-picked a couple of our favourite places to stay in the city from Skiddle’s huge database of hotels. There is something to cater for your special NYE plans so book now to make the most of our amazing discounts!
Are you planning to party all night? If you are planning to party with friends, then why not stay in the Staycity Serviced Apartments on Duke Street. Conveniently located only minutes from Liverpool’s main bars and restaurants, the fully furnished apartments offer a host of modern amenities for 3 to 5 people. This superb locations is the perfect place to soothe that New Year’s Day head.
Maybe the thought of all this partying makes you tired just thinking about it! If you’d rather celebrate by chilling out in the heart of Liverpool’s cultural hotspot, the gorgeous Georgian Quarter, then the Hope Street Hotel is for you. Bookended by the iconic Anglican and Catholic cathedrals, the hotel is situated in the heart of the city’s boutiques, restaurants and theatres. Built in 1860, the hotel offers the usual contemporary mélange of Egyptian cotton sheets, wide-screen TVs and DVD players, as well as raindance showerheads for those seeking a luxuriously comfortable stay. The hotel is home to Liverpool’s quality dining experience The London Carriage Works which has been the subject of rave reviews and high critical acclaim, offering the most sought after tables in the North West.
Words: Sarah Townley