January is one month that everyone loves to hate. The post-Christmas blues have kicked in, the weather is relentless and we’re all skint after a December of over-indulgence.
But what is the best way to boost your mood in this most remorseless of months? Is it barging past people in the sales to buy a jumper you don’t even want? Is it hitting the gym and going to juice bars? Is it curling up in bed until February? No, it’s none of these. The best antidote for January is a good, old-fashioned PARTY!
That’s right, get your glad rags on, dust off those dancing shoes and check out the best party destinations the UK has to offer below.
Everyone knows that Liverpool has produced some of the greatest music this country has ever heard, but whether you’re a Beatles fan or not, the spirit of the swinging sixties and the party lifestyle are still there for all to see.
If live music is your thing you’ve got the world famous Cavern Club, Magnet or The Shipping Forecast while Ye Cracke is said to have been John Lennon’s favourite pub when he was a student.
Then there’s bars such as Alma de Cuba, which is situated in a magnificent converted church and offers some Latin heat, while Newz Bar is perfect for a bit of celeb spotting.
If this sounds like your ideal party weekend, check out one of our Liverpool hotels and enjoy the 2008 European Capital of Culture for yourself!
Well known for its melting pot of sub-cultures, alternative approaches to the classic seaside fare and fantastic night life, Brighton is a wild ride seven days a week.
Start off in one of the city’s fantastic pubs, such as the White Rabbit in the Lanes or The Office for all the gin you could drink. Next, try out one of a number of fantastic clubs, such as Concorde, Life, or even the Green Door Store for some retro grooves.
Crash out in one of our Brighton hotels after all that and enjoy a lie in the next day – you’ll need it!
A jewel in the Midlands crown, you can enjoy any number of different types of nights out in the beautiful city of Birmingham.
Try the Sunflower Lounge for live music in a hip bar atmosphere, while the Jekyll and Hyde provides Alice in Wonderland-themed food and drink and a fantastic range of cocktails to tickle your fancy.
Then finish up in Digbeth, a trendy part of Birmingham which is walking distance from the Bullring and a quick boogie in the Custard Factory before hitting the hay in one of our Birmingham hotels.
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