| Laura Ferris

An Alternative Guide to New Year’s Eve 2018

Planning for New Year can be incredibly overwhelming. You are torn with what to do, where to go and who to go with. Let The Sybarite guide you through a range of alternative things to do this New Year’s Eve that will ensure everyone has the best time in exactly the way they want to…


New Year’s Eve at Radio Rooftop

Guide to New Year’s Eve 2018

Take in London’s official fireworks display from one of the best panoramic vantage points that the city has to offer. Radio Rooftop at 5-star hotel ME London, is hosting an unforgettable New Year’s Eve celebration. Look forward to delectable canapés and bowl food, an open bar and a live DJ set.

Tickets £600-£4,200


New Year’s Eve Mayfair Masquerade Gala Dinner Party

Guide to New Year’s Eve 2018

This New Year’s Eve, London Hilton on Park Lane is hosting an extravagant masquerade ball. Delight in Executive Head Chef Anthony Marshall’s tantalising three course gala dinner, dance until morning with some of London’s best DJs and don’t miss out on the fireworks – watch them through Hilton’s live stream! Don’t forget to dress to impress and don your best masks!

Tickets £50-£95



Guide to New Year’s Eve 2018

Start as you mean to go on this New Year by booking yourself into a selection of Frame’s feel-good and vigorous fitness classes. Sweat it out in a guided high-intensity workout, boogie your way through Dance Cardio or join in on yoga and pilates for a more mindful experience. This fitness centre has thought of everything – they even have their own Fuel Cafe and fitness attire store. Keeping fit and healthy this New Year will never have been more fun!

Approx. £14/class

The Frame Membership :£120/month


Travel to Iceland

Guide to New Year’s Eve 2018

Escape to Iceland this New Year to take in its breathtaking landscapes and experience fireworks like you never have before. Unlike London’s beautifully orchestrated display, Icelanders find beauty in spontaneity and will shoot fireworks from all over Reykjavík, from the city centre to their back gardens. Even better, the massive amounts of money spent on fireworks supports the Icelandic Search and Rescue Teams that depend on annual firework and Christmas tree sales.


New Year’s Eve: Party Animal at the Natural History Museum

Guide to New Year’s Eve 2018
Credit: Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London [2018]. All rights reserved.
The Natural History Museum at South Kensington is set to deliver an extraordinarily unique experience this New Year’s Eve. Ring in 2019 at the venue’s silent disco and try their edible insects. You are completely free to roam (or dance through) all of the exhibitions too!

Tickets £99


Relaxing Staycation at Trevail House 

Guide to New Year’s Eve 2018

There is still something so magical about staying at the coast even during the colder months of the year. Trevail House, an exquisitely renovated former bank, is situated in the heart of beautiful, coastal Fowey and will make for the perfect staycation. Assemble a group of family or friends and head down to this dazzling getaway for the most special and cosy New Year. Boutique Retreats also has many more properties for you to browse and indulge in!

Long weekend from £3,525

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