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30 Pavilion Road unveils Advent House Christmas theme

Searcys’ spiritual home in London’s most fashionable district has unveiled its luxurious Christmas theme.  
30 Pavilion Road, an elegant Georgian Townhouse in the heart of Knightsbridge, will be transformed into an enchanted advent calendar where guests can enjoy the finest of Christmas experiences, all of which will be showcased on 7th September in front of a VIP audience of event professionals and leading businesses from the Knightsbridge area.

With a long history of hosting parties for the rich and famous – such as Freddie Flintoff, Liam Gallagher, and The Osbournes - guests are sure to have a memorable festive affair.  

One of the main features will be a giant Advent Calendar. Guests can gain access to one of the Advent doors by winning them in the Christmas crackers adorning the dining room tables. Lying in wait behind each of the advent calendar’s door will be gifts such as mini bottles of champagne, games and masquerade masks all designed to enhance the evening’s entertainment.  

Throughout the festive season, 30 Pavilion Road will be available for lunches dinners and evening receptions, and as well as the advent calendar theming, guests will enjoy sumptuous festive menus created by Head Chef Franck Jeandon.  

Grace O’Sullivan, Sales and Marketing Manager at 30 Pavilion Road comments: “30 Pavilion Road will be transformed so guests experience our Advent Calendar theming from the moment they arrive. With luxurious colours adorning the house it will provide a stunning backdrop for any Christmas gathering and guests joining us at 30 Pavilion Road will be treated to a remarkable Christmas celebration. With such a fantastic backdrop, we are set for our best Christmas yet.”  

Evening dinners start from £149 per person and lunches from £79 per person. Receptions are also available from £95 per person (minimum numbers apply).

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