Christmas Parties in Brighton

Book now, pay later

20% deposit & free cancellation on many activities!

Really simple

Speak direct to the activity provider & book online

Customer reviews

100% genuine activity reviews

Frequently asked questions

How Do I Travel Back After The Event?

Brighton has a number of late buses, depending on where you need to go, which run throughout the night, including number 1, 5, 7, 12, 14, 21, 25 and 29, therefore you should be able to easily get a bus home. Alternatively, there are a number of taxi services and Uber operates in the area. Trains from Brighton go on later on Saturday’s, however they will step still relatively early, therefore it is worth checking your route and the last train you can take beforehand.

Can I Easily Book A Hotel To Stay The Night?

Brighton is spoilt for choice when it comes to hotels, while they are predominantly not fully booked, therefore you should easily be able to find a great hotel to spend the night in. A number of the events are held in Hotel’s, therefore if you were to book with the hotel, it could be worth discussing with them what the best options were and letting the office team know that there is an opportunity to stay in the same venue as the Brighton Christmas Party.

How Easy Is It To Park In Brighton?

Sadly, it is incredibly difficult with parking in Brighton. There are a number of parking facilities available, at quite premium prices, with potentially the cheapest option being based on London Road. If you’re willing to park a little further away, such as on Elm Grove, then you can park for free, with a small walk into town, but be aware that some of the free parking spaces are based up hills, which might be a struggle after celebrating an office party.

Are There Good Nightclubs For After The Party?

Yes, there are plenty of nightclubs to match different music tastes and age groups. Most of the clubs are located along the seafront, but there are still plenty of others dotted about the city. West Street is known for having a slightly wilder scene, while the Lanes have some very interesting bars.

If I Was To Stay Down For The Weekend, What Are The Main Sights I Should See?

A relaxing picnic in the Pavilion Gardens is always a great option if the weather isn’t too bitter, which could be the case in the colder months of the year. The Pier is synonymous with the image of Brighton, therefore if you have a few 2p’s left in your wallet then you might want to see how far you can make them stretch! To get views over the entire city, take a ride on the British Airways i360, which lasts around 25 minutes. The i360 is also right next to the Upside Down House, a truly bizarre photo experience which will fill your Instagram profile.