Each unique room at the Scotsman Hotel has individual features, including a marble-tiled en suite bathroom and corner window bays with breathtaking views of the city.
Originally built in 1905, this imperial building was intended to control the Edinburgh skyline and features amazing views of the city´s famous landmarks.
Elegant and luxurious accommodation is combined with the historic atmosphere of the city of Edinburgh and create the perfect getaway for your honeymoon.
Featuring Georgian style luxurious apartments right in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town, The Chester Residence aims to offer something more than just a place to stay for your holidays. With absolutely comfortable and stylish interiors, state-of-the-art facilities and the most convenient location, this accommodation will become your home away from home and make your holidays spent in Edinburgh carved in your memory for a long time to come.
This historic hotel consists of 4 Georgian houses in the West End of Edinburgh.
Spoil your loved one with the farthermost in romance; from your arrival till departure you will be thoroughly taken care.
Featuring various apartments with one or two bedrooms and distinctive decoration and colour palette, The Chester Residence offers the most sophisticated boutique accommodation in the charming city of Edinburgh. Housed in an impressive Georgian-style building, each of the hotel's apartments are luxurious, spacious and absolutely comfortable, while they are also fully equipped with all the necessary amenities that ensure the most enjoyable stay.
Initially built in 1819 in order to be the first luxury hotel in Edinburgh, Apex Waterloo Place Hotel provides guests with the most comfortable and lavish accommodation. Boasting a convenient location right in the city centre, in very close proximity to the Waverley Station, Calton Hill and George Street, this hotel offers personalised services, luxurious rooms and suites, a rejuvenating spa, scrumptious cuisine and various venues where guests can organise conferences, events and the most lavish of weddings.
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The hotel was initially built in 1819 and it was the very first hotel to be built with the purpose of being a hotel in Edinburgh. Its Georgian-style aesthetics is blended with modern amenities and comforts, making it the luxurious hotel it is today.
The Dunstane Houses comprises two Victorian era townhouses, The Dunstane House and The Hampton House, which are located right opposite from one another. Both houses offer luxurious and boutique-style accommodation, with 35 rooms and suites overall, each one featuring a distinct and very elegant decoration. Guests can also indulge in scrumptious Scottish cuisine and local products, as well as the very best vintage Scottish whiskey at the hotel's restaurant and bar and discover a lavish side of Edinburgh that will remain engraved in their memories for a long time to come.
The Dunstane Houses offers 35 luxurious and elegantly appointed rooms and suites, spread across two sophisticated Victorian townhouses. Each suite bears its own distinctive decoration, style and colour palette, as well as a distinctive name, such as The Hoy Suite, The Scapa Suite or The Hamnavoe Suite. The rooms are also different from one another, all of them offering a cosy and absolutely charming and comfortable environment where guests can relax and enjoy a unique accommodation experience.
Operating as a hotel since 1881, Principal Edinburgh George Street is one of the most lavish hotels in the Scottish capital. The hotel's rooms and suites are not only luxurious and comfortable, but they also reflect the rich Scottish heritage through their colour palette and decorations, becoming an ode to this beautiful country. Guests may also indulge in the unique and gourmet tastes of the hotel's famous restaurant, The Printing Press, or drink a delicious cup of coffee in the company of a good book in the hotel's renowned coffee shop. Whatever they choose, it is certain that this hotel will leave a lasting impression and make everyone's stay in Edinburgh unforgettable.
Principal Edinburgh George Street consists of five townhouses which were built in 1775 in order to become the residences of some of Edinburgh's most distinguished personalities. Since 1881, the townhouses were turned into a hotel, which, after changing owners and brands, became the luxurious historic hotel that it is today. Its deep history is evident throughout the building as well as through small details, while the hotel also tries to blend the traditional Scottish culture and heritage with modern amenities and state-of-the-art facilities that have earned it the title of one of the most lavish hotels in Edinburgh.
Guests are welcome to bring their dogs along for a fee of £30 per dog per night. Dogs are permitted only in specific rooms and each room can accommodate up to 2 dogs maximum.
Just 5 minutes from the Edinburgh city centre, James Thomson's Prestonfield House is Edinburgh's most exclusive luxury hotel, offering the privacy and seclusion of a country estate right in the heart of Edinburgh. Its ideal location right next to Arthur's Seat and its vast gardens transport guests back in time and make them feel like royalty. Each room is uniquely decorated with antique furniture and fully equipped with all the necessary amenities. Enjoy the luxurious experience Prestonfield House offers you.
In Prestonfield House, one of the most luxurious hotels in Edinburgh, no two rooms are the same. With merely 18 rooms and 5 suites, all of which are steeped in opulence and period charm, with velvet fabrics and antique furniture, this hotel transports guests back in times long past and makes them feel like absolute royalty. Surrounded by lush materials and opulent furnishings, guests can admire the distinctive charm of each and every room and suite. Additionally, each suite also has a different name from the others, such as Lord Provost Suite, The Churchill Suite, The Owners Suite and so on.
A Victorian-style historic boutique hotel located in the very heart of Scotland's capital city, Kildonan Lodge Hotel offers unique and comfortable accommodation to all guests. Surrounded by a lush garden, and yet in close proximity to Edinburgh's centre, this hotel offers rooms which blend the Victorian style with modern amenities and are distinct from one another, so as to make every guest's experience unique. Ideal for couples in their romantic getaway or families seeking adventure in an idyllic location, this hotel will make your stay unforgettable.
Originally built in 1874, this Victorian estate belonged to a wealthy Scottish businessman. The estate has been purchased by Maggie and Bruce Urquhart, who have owned it for about 22 years now. After long and time-consuming restorations, the estate was opened as a 4-star boutique hotel, retaining as much of its Victorian grandeur and opulence as possible, in order to offer a unique accommodation experience to all guests.
This stylish 4-star Victorian hotel features a variety of luxurious and absolutely elegant rooms, each one of which is distinctly decorated in different colours from the rest. Although a Victorian theme runs through every room of the hotel, each room is still unique and individual, offering a different interpretation of the era, along with some modern elements and amenities. All rooms feature a private bathroom, while some rooms have a four-poster bed for extra romance and comfort.
Make this historic hotel your honeymoon retreat and spend this romantic trip with your other half in the most magical and unique way.
Housed in a historic building dating back to the 19th century, Fountain Court Apartments - Royal Garden offers stylish and tastefully designed apartments. Each apartment is unique and elegantly appointed, offering a spacious, modern and comfortable place for guests to relax and unwind, while also being surrounded by beautiful gardens and in close proximity to the city's shopping and cultural centre.
The Glasshouse hotel is housed in a building that used to be a free church for the less wealthy people of Edinburgh, built in 1846, after the original building was demolished in 1844 in order for the Waverley Station to be built. Retaining the old chapel and the Gothic facade, reworkings of the building in order to be turned into the hotel started in 2000, thus retransforming it into a renewed historical landmark for the city.
Located in a city that is steeped in history, the idea for the building in which The Inn on the Mile is now housed first started being formulated in the 19th century, but the very first rooms were initially built in 1923. The building was sold and changed owners before being turned into the boutique hotel that it is today, but it still manages to preserve its original historical features, providing guests with the most unique accommodation experience.
Luxurious and modern, each of the 9 unique boutique rooms offers a different accommodation experience to every staying guest. Tastefully decorated and elegantly appointed, ideal for relaxing retreats as well as business trips, the rooms of The Inn on the Mile will certainly make your stay unforgettable for a long time to come.
The hotel "Witchery by the Castle" is located at the top of Edinburgh's historic Royal Mile. It has developed a world-wide reputation for its excellent dining experience, showcasing the best of Scotland's produce in the most charming of settings.
Featuring lavishly furnished suites with gothic touches, velvet-lined walls and large oak beds and 4-posters, this hotel is one of the most romantic hotels in the world.
The Witchery by the Castle is as whimsical and magical as its own name suggests. Nestled amidst the historic streets of Edinburgh's Old Town, the hotel features 9 unique and theatrical suites, each one distinctively decorated and appointed with the most lavish antique furniture. From lush velvet materials to opulent and romantic interiors, this boutique hotel will make your stay as unique and memorable as possible.