Oak Bay hotel spreads Christmas cheer with food and entertainment

Oak Bay Beach Hotel hosts Christmas and New Years events

Wrapped in sparkling decor, overlooking the Salish Sea, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel offers a multitude of ways to enjoy the festive season and ring in the new year in style.

From Dec. 22 to 24, sip bubbly and enjoy a specially curated three-course dinner while taking in a holiday-themed show – The Magic of Christmas, with Michael Sicoly and friends. The variety show is a mix of comedy, music, sing-alongs and more.

On Christmas Day, the hotel hosts a Christmas brunch and Christmas dinner.

RELATED: Oak Bay Beach Hotel ranked in the top 10 hotels in Canada by TripAdvisor

The Oak Bay Beach Hotel celebrates a warm-hearted Christmas Day brunch with a lavish fine dining experience, including a carving station and all the works, created by Executive Chef Kreg Graham.

A traditional Christmas dinner will be served in both the Snug Pub as well as the intimate seaside Dining Room.

For ringing in the new year, the hotel hosts its annual New Year’s Gala on Dec. 31.

RELATED: Oak Bay Beach Hotel celebrates double anniversary

A welcome glass of bubbly at a cocktail reception will be followed by a multi-course gourmet dinner, before dancing the night away with a live band until the clock strikes midnight.

From Jan. 17 to 19, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel offers The Best Christmas Gift, with Michael Sicoly – an interactive, multiple performer show that includes a glass of bubbly, a three-course dinner and dessert.

For more information about the events, see oakbaybeachhotel.com.

The Oak Bay Beach Hotel ranked tenth among the top 25 hotels in Canada in the 2018 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards. The hotel has been in the top 25 hotels in Canada multiple times since reopening in 2012.

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