Holiday Office Party Planning in Cleveland

The past two years haven’t been a “cakewalk” for any of us, however with government-mandated restrictions lessening – people are anxious to have a special night out. Many corporations, as well as small business owners, know their most valuable assets have been and will be in future years – their loyal employees.  That’s why many are planning a holiday office party to recognize and say thank you. For many that will include free flowing spirits.  

Whether the company party is at a restaurant, warehouse, or event space — safety needs to be top-of-mind. That’s why a good first step should be considering a party bus to transport your team to and from the celebration site safely. Planning for event transportation does not have to be hard and we have tips to help take the stress off your shoulders that can be found here

Smaller groups could choose something simple, such as a luxury party bus ride providing appetizers and drinks while enjoying holiday lights in the City and/or its surrounding suburbs.

However for larger groups, there are many fine hotels and restaurants with party spaces in Cleveland—too many to mention. However, some notables might be The Vault Speakeasy at Metropolitan at the 9 where four vaults of the former Federal Reserve Bank building provide a unique venue. Exuding class is the Ritz Carlton and its haute cuisine provided by Morton’s SteakHouse.  The Hyatt Regency in the former Cleveland Arcade offers the opportunity to have a catered meal in its breathtaking rotunda and Cleveland’s outdoor crystal chandelier welcoming all to the theatre district is just outside. 

Others may wish to get decked out and wander the halls of a museum, like Crawford Auto and Aviation enjoying a stroll with hors d’oeuvres, champagne and listening to a small jazz band. Groups that enjoy music can secure a private party room, catering and even plan private concerts at the House of Blues on Euclid Ave in the heart of downtown Cleveland. 

Activities are also a great way to not only relax but pull together in a more casual manner. A few examples might include: 

  • Top Golf in Independence which features dozens of climate controlled drive bays for year-round comfort as well as lounge and gaming
  • Bowling alleys that range from The Punch Bowl Social and casual private bar set-ups a little over a block from Public Square to the AMF Event Center/Brookgate Lanes with bowling, billiards, and electronic gaming.
  • The Wild Eagle Steak & Saloon can reserve tables for your group and has Indoor Bocce Ball and electronic gaming in Broadview Heights.

Whatever your plans for a holiday office party this holiday season, luxury transport is a great way to start. For more information on pricing, vehicles and availability, call 440-4290256 or visit the Platinum website. Don’t wait! Reservations for transport and party venues are filling fast!