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Dundee - Luxury

From helicopters and hot air balloons to options that are slightly more down earth, you won't have to search far for a luxury experience when you take a Dundee city break. Just take a look at our top tips for luxurious options below, and start planning something special.

Helicopter Tour over Dundee
See Camperdown Park and the Observatory from the air and fly over the volcanic plug of Dundee Law. You'll also see both the Dundee based football grounds, fly towards Broughty Ferry and then fly over City Quay, the Tay Road Bridge, RRS Discovery and the Tay Rail Bridge.

Dine at the captain's table aboard RRS Discovery
For the most exclusive and intimate dinner party, the Wardroom is the place to dine. Up to 14 guests can sit at the table where Captain Scott and his crew ate their meals over 100 years ago and sample the ultimate dining experience. The lavish mahogany and brass wardroom creates a wonderful atmosphere for your guests to savour.

Apex Hotel
A little bit of pampering has never done anyone any harm. Immerse yourself in outdoor hot tubs, velvet bathrobes and indulge with champagne and strawberries. Bliss. FInd out more about staying at the Apex Hotel.


Unwind and Enjoy a Day at Yu Spa
Get away from the stresses and strains of a hectic lifestyle. Enjoy the morning relaxing in the Spa facilities including Technogym Wellness Studio, ozone swimming pool, Japanese inspired hot tubs, herbal infused steam room and sauna. All this relaxing might tire you out!


Hot Air Balloon Ride from Glamis Castle
A royal residence since 1372, and the Queen Mother's childhood home, this stunning castle and surrounding gardens make a delightfully romantic setting for a hot air balloon flight.


Carnoustie Golf Course
One of the best courses in the world - and also one of the most challenging - it has hosted the Open Championship on numerous occasions and was the venue for Padraig Harrington's maiden Major victory. You can follow in the footsteps of heroes and the play the magnificent course yourself.