The year end is here and the countdown has begun. Ladies it’s time to strap on those stilettos, put on those little black dresses, and men it’s time to wear those tuxedoes or smart dinner jackets. It’s time to dress your best, let down your hair and party like there’s no tomorrow because there literally isn’t; because tomorrow will mark the beginning of a new year. A new chapter in everyone’s life. It’s also the time to scan for the trendiest parties in town so that you can ring in the New Year with fun and panache.
When it comes to New Year’s Eve parties, there are plenty of options for you to pick from, especially if you plan on celebrating in the capital. There’s no dearth of New Year’s Eve events in Delhi. You can either choose to spend it in the capital, or venture out to nearby locales. If you go with option one and choose to celebrate on the home turf; here are a couple of New Year’s events you can attend. Vivanta by Taj in Gurgaon will be hosting various 31st December events at the hotel’s different restaurants and venues. For a Bollywood experience head on over to the Tango. If a nice quite sit down dinner is more your speed then the Thai Pavilion restaurant at Level 1 makes for the perfect pick. If you’d enjoy a mysterious masquerade themed party then Latitude at Vivanta is where you can indulge in your fantasies.
If a night of pure splendor, elegance and opulence is what you’re after, then ring in the New Year at Delhi’s Nero Bar. With a myriad range of cocktails, unlimited food, and vibrant music, Nero is the perfect place to invigorate your soul.
But if you opt to go away from the city to celebrate New Year’s Eve, then there are plenty of options for that as well. You can venture out to the hills of Kasol for a New Year’s bash amidst nature. If you wish to welcome the New Year in a relaxed rejuvenated spirit you can make your way to the blue city of Jodhpur.
Whatever your celebration style, we have the solution for you. So book your New Year’s Party tickets with and wave off 2016 with fun and romp.
Written By: Sanjana Sule