Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2012/2013 – Tips On Where To Stay

Edinburgh's Hogmanay (New Year) 2012/13

Edinburgh's Hogmanay (New Year) 2012/13

So you’ve just seen Edinburgh’s Hogmanay (or New Year’s Eve) celebrations on the television, or on the internet, and you would like to visit to enjoy Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2012/2013.

We at Hotels.tv here in Edinburgh can make that dream come true. Below are a few tips on how to save money and where to stay for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2012/2013.

As you can imagine Edinburgh is a very popular place for Hogmanay so below are a few tips to consider before booking your perfect Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2012/2013 hotel or apartment;

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013Many hotels, apartments and guest houses require a 4, 5, 6 or even 7 night minimum stay. Some still ask for only 1 night minimum stay.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013There are only a few hotels that have rooms with views of the amazing midnight firework display.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013Groups can get some amazing deals on amazing apartments right in the city centre. Contact us and we’ll tell you where they are.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013Hotels out of the city centre will be cheaper but it may be tricky getting home afterwards. There are free buses available but they can be very busy.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013We’ve just had one of our warmest ever Hogmanay nights here in Edinburgh, but often the weather can be cold and wet. Stay somewhere that’s cosy and central if you can. Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013Let us at www.Hotels.tv in Edinburgh find your Hogmanay 2012/2013 accommodation for you. Our service is FREE. Simply complete the Enquiry Form today.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013Several hotels in Edinburgh hold Hogmanay Balls. So if you’d prefer not to be on the street celebrating with the 80,000 revellers consider attending an elegant ball.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations go on for a few days – usually starting the 30th December and finishing on the 2nd January – the 1st and 2nd January are always national holidays here in Scotland. So don’t be in a rush to cram everything in to one night.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2012/2013Edinburgh has a fantastic range of backpacker hostels that are clean, modern and cheap.


For free assistance booking accommodation for Edinburgh’s Hogmany, simply complete the Enquiry Form below and I’ll start searching for your ideal  rooms today.

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10 Responses to Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2012/2013 – Tips On Where To Stay

  1. Tom Isaacs says:

    Me and my girlfriend would like to find out more information about the costs as we would really like to spend new year 2012/2013 in edinburgh, and as close to the action as possible!

  2. Hello Ian,
    I’m after two option

    1. Group booking of 4
    2. Group booking of 8

    As close to the Hogmanay celebrations as possible.

    Regards Darren

    • Ian Jamieson says:

      Hi Darren,

      I’ll drop you an email with more details, we have some great deals on hotels and apartments. Now really is the time to book for Hogmanay.



  3. Richard Steggles says:

    I am looking for accomodation to cater for 8 people from 29th of December to the 3rd of January.
    As close to the celebrations as possible

    Many Thanks


  4. Dave Stirk says:

    Interested in Hogmany celebrations 2012/13 two maybe three nights double room near the street parties. As we are approaching middle age, not too far away :)


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