Fell foul to your own organisational skills and always having to play group planner? Colleagues still gathering at the water cooler with mumbles of festive cheer? Family quarrelling over who’s doing the dishes? Look no further.
With 5 floors of elegance sprinkled with Christmas spirit, impress your friends, family and colleagues whilst your foes envy you from afar and celebrate Christmas with us at The Corinthian Club. We’ve got something for every group, with intimate private dining available in two luxurious settings – Laird’s Room and Nosey Parkers. Or if your family is Von Trapp in size, or you’re trying to impress your boss, why not suggest one of our larger spaces; Langel, Hempel and Mercer – three versatile suites in both style and layout. And for the picturesque family of four, enjoy your festivities in the grand heart of the building, Teller’s Bar and Brasserie or the architecturally stunning Flying Scotsman.
Not sold yet? We know what you’re thinking; too good to be true, and you may still need convincing – but we’ve got something up our Christmas jumper sleeve.
This Thursday, November 10th, we’d like to invite you to sample The Corinthian Christmas experience with an evening of festivities in our Boutique. This event will give you a sneak peek into what to expect when you join us from November 25th up until the New Year. From 6pm until 8pm, meet our team to discuss any questions you may have and what would be the most suitable setup for you. More importantly, you need to know what you’ll be tucking into which is why a selection of Christmas canapés will be on offer throughout the evening (we tried to wangle you a dinner with all the trimmings but you’ll just need to book in to taste the real deal).
As the venue, and this event, is in high demand, we do ask that you RSVP HERE to secure a place at our Christmas Taster evening. With limited availability we cannot guarantee a space and will therefore be treated on a first come first serve basis so please do get in touch if you’re interested.
We look forward to seeing you all, and remember, The Corinthian isn’t just for Christmas!