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Christmas Breaks in North Wales

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Whether you are looking a for a relaxing Christmas break for 2 or a celebration with the whole family, spend Christmas in Llandudno at The Imperial Hotel.

Our three night Christmas Hotel Break includes arrival on Christmas Eve with a light Cream Tea, a Champagne and Canapés Reception with music performed by a traditional Welsh harpist followed by a four course ‘Welcome to Wales’ Dinner in Chantrey’s Restaurant.

Christmas Day offers plenty of time to open your stockings with a late breakfast, Mince Pies and Coffee served mid-morning as well as a competition to guess the weight of The Imperial Christmas Cake, a traditional Christmas Lunch with all the trimmings complete with a visit from Father Christmas and the ‘Flaming Christmas Pudding’.

The afternoon will provide ample opportunity to have a peaceful snooze, watch Christmas TV or even play a board game; Mint Condition, our Health & Fitness Centre will be open to guests from 8am to 4pm for those that want to enjoy a relaxing swim, the bubbling spa pool, steam room and sauna or even burn off those extra calories in the gym.

Mid afternoon join us for a cup of Tea and a slice of Imperial Christmas Cake which is followed by a fabulous Evening Buffet and light entertainment.

Boxing Day starts with a leisurely breakfast followed by Coffee and Pastries available all morning as well as Hot Punch. A ‘Seaside Lunch’ will be served at 2.30pm.

For your final Evening, a Four Course Gala Farewell Dinner will be held in Chantrey’s Restaurant followed by light entertainment.

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2024 Christmas Break

From £695 per person

Tel 01492 877466 to book.

Terms & Conditions

‘From’ rate is based on a standard room and supplements apply for room upgrades. Rates are inclusive of VAT and may vary with any changes in Government legislation. A non refundable deposit is required within 7 days to confirm a reservation. We advise guests to insure against cancellation. Full payment is required 4 weeks prior to arrival. The Management reserves the right to amend any part of the programme without notice.

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