Not in the mood to completely let go on the festive feeling just yet? The only thing worse than realising it is quickly becoming that festive time of year again, is realising it’s over and time to pack away the babbles and tinsel for another year. These days, the new word on the street is that extending your Christmas break is the new IN thing to do. So here is our go-to guide of things to enjoy once the festivities, turkey and tinsel are gone, and help you beat the January blues in Edinburgh.
Spoil Me, It Was Christmas
The one thing we need after the madness of Christmas is to sit back, relax and unwind. Let the festive celebrations, last-minute shopping and mad rushing around melt away. Lock yourself away under the hot rocks and aroma of your very own superior spa break and lose yourself in the tranquillity of Edinburgh’s finest. It’s just one way to beat the January blues.
January Holidays Are the New July
To escape the chaos left behind by Mr Claus and beat the January blues, why not hit the January sales with one clear mission in mind: me. Spoil yourself strolling up Princes Street and find yourself the million pound steals for a millionth of the price. Unwind and relax in your own private suite, watching the busy city of Edinburgh move beneath you. Or get yourself all glammed up for an evening of entertainment at the Playhouse, where you can see your favourite show just a quick short walk away from the our city centre hotel.
Start the Year By Going Back in Time
Why not use the crisp, fresh January air to soak up the historical surroundings Edinburgh has to offer. Take in the sights beneath your new woolly hat of Edinburgh Castle, and watch the early night-time fall and light up this historical landmark. With your head full of medieval madness, visit, if you dare, the famous Edinburgh Dungeons, before crawling back to bed and snuggle up in your luxurious January suite steal at Parliament House. If the adventure, hustle and bustle isn’t your taste of how to beat the January blues in Edinburgh, then relax in our suites, get under the covers, dim the lights – and forget that Christmas is now a whole other year away.