10 Dec New Year’s Eve 2014 – Montreal
It’s that time of year again; that time when you realize it’s three weeks until New Year’s Eve and you still don’t have any plans. The story is always the same, every year you vow that next year you will get your act together early and plan something great, but then the holiday season rolls around, and you are so preoccupied with gift buying, holiday parties and the thousands of other things on your to-do list that you just end up in the same predicament year after year after year.
Well, luckily this year, it’s L&L to the rescue. Here are a few fun New Year’s Eve ideas that are sure to be a great time!
Why not ring in the New Year by enjoying a fun and charming evening in Montreal’s beautiful Old Port. Hosting their annual New Year’s Eve Grand Ball, the Old Port offers an enjoyable night of fireworks, ice skating, and for those romantic at heart, cozy and idyllic carriage rides. Sit back, relax and enjoy this stress-free New Year’s filled with joyful music and a celebration with Montreal’s largest crowd, last year boasting 60,000 guests.
Now, if you are looking to start the New Year off with something a little naughtier, why not check out CARNAVALESQUE: A Cirque De Boudoir New Year’s Eve. Deemed “Montreal’s Sexiest Theme Party,” Carnavalesque is for those who wish to fill their night with elements of the circus, burlesque, and of course, fetishes. With the 2014 theme being “Asian Carnival,” there is no doubt this night will be one to remember.
No need to worry about who to kiss at midnight this year ladies. For all of you who are single and ready to mingle, you may want to check out Rialto Hall, Montreal’s largest single’s party. This event offers a chic and trendy atmosphere where singles are able to meet, chat, and most important of all, party! Who knows ladies, when that clock strikes midnight, your prince charming may be there ready to sweep you off your feet. For ticket information, check out: http://www.eventbee.com/event?eid=952168316
Cocktail dress: check, luxury high-heeled pumps: check, sequined handbag: check; every woman needs to experience at least once high class chic and sophisticated event in their life, so why not make it a New Year’s Eve party. The NYE 2014 Gala at the Hyatt Regency Montreal is a show-stopping event that will make you feel like a queen for the night. With various dinner packages to choose from and drink menus ranging from open bar to bottle service, this event will have you feeling like royalty, yet partying like a rockstar!
Party like a Rockstar:
Montreal is known for many things, its trendy restaurants, historic infrastructure and outdoor activities, but most of all, it’s known for its nightlife. Therefore, what better time to take advantage of what the city has to offer, and party it up at one of Montreal’s many nightclubs, bars or lounges. ClubZone.com is a one-stop shop to Montreal’s hottest NYE club parties, a site that is filled with events that is sure to satisfy any and all clubbers. If loud music, massive crowds, crazy party vibes and flowing alcohol is your forté, then take advantage, and celebrate 2014 into the wee hours of the morning.
Low-Key Dinner Date:
If the club scene isn’t your thing, but you still want to celebrate the New Year with a night out on the town, you may want to check out one of Montreal’s trendy restaurants, many of which offer great customized New Year’s Eve menus. Although there are an overwhelming number of restaurants to choose from, there is no doubt that wherever you end up, it will be sure to satisfy your inner foodie. For restaurants and menu options, check out resto montreal.
Home is Where the Heart is:
If all of these options are too much for you and you would rather skip the downtown scene, you can always consider throwing your own party at home. With the ability to choose your theme to your music, the dinner menu to the dress code, the possibilities are endless. To make the process even easier, check out our blog for 5 Tips on how to Host a Stress Free Party .
Regardless where you end up this New Year’s Eve, whether it be a dancing it up in a club, skating in the Old Port, or even getting a little naughty at Carnavalesque , just remember, when all is said and done, the most important part of New Year’s Eve is celebrating the joyous occasion with the ones you love. On that note…have fun, be safe, and PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999, or maybe, 2014!!!
The Ladies of L&L