Christmas Hotel Package
Christmas Party Venue
Festive Lunch Menu
Christmas Day Lunch Menu
Festive Dinner Menu
New Years Breaks
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We Have Your Christmas in Edinburgh All Wrapped Up!
Christmas in Edinburgh couldn’t be cosier than wrapped up snug and warm in our delightful boutique hotel. With so much to see and do throughout the year, the festive season only adds to the wonderful atmosphere of this magical Scottish city. From the glittering lights and Christmas markets, to the fairground rides and Hogmanay Festival, Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world in which to spend the festive season.
Christmas in Edinburgh Festivities
Christmas in Edinburgh, or indeed our famous Edinburgh Hogmanay Festival, takes place over multiple sites across the city’s centre. From the Princess Street Christmas markets, to Christmas shopping on Princess Street, in Harvey Nics, Jenners and the Grass Market, Christmas in Edinburgh is a gift in itself. With shows in the Spiegeltent at St Andrew Square and the infamous Hogmanay party, indulge in THREE DAYS of spectacular events, incredible bands and amazing people from every corner of the globe and Scottish Ceilidhs (The Ceilidh at the Street Party). In Scotland we really show the world how to party!
Don’t forget about Light Night on George Street and Santa Land, situated on East Princes Street Gardens, with a variety of rides and attractions for the whole family.
Christmas Breaks in Edinburgh
Here at the Dunstane, we go to great lenghts to make sure our guests’ Christmas is unforgetable. Whether you’re looking to spend Christmas with us, or make the most of Edinburgh’s many New Year celebrations, we have a variety of special festive offers to suit your festive needs. From office parties and Christmas dinners, to shopping sprees and New Years breaks, there’s no place like Christmas in Edinburgh.
As Christmas in Edinburgh is a popular winter destination for many, we are booking up fast. To avoid disappointment, make sure you get in touch sooner rather than later.