Located in 344 hectares of grounds, built in 1924 and renovated in 2005, this luxury hotel is the ideal location to relax and enjoy the sports options. The superb sports and leisure facilities provide an incomparable offer. Facilities include a shopping passage and additional clothing, sports and gift shops. In addition, there is an ATM, a florist, broadband Internet access and a valet parking service.
This traditional, world-famous golfing hotel lies at the foot of the Scottish Highlands and affords breathtaking panoramic views out over the surrounding natural beauty. It is ideal as a location to visit St Andrews (around an hour away) or Stirling Castle, which is just 20 minutes away. Transfer to Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports takes about 1 hour along with Gleneagles Station.
The hotel offers 6 different room categories, Classic, Sovereign, Estate Room, Whiskey Suite and Royal Lochnagar Suite. All the rooms feature standard furnishings such as an en suite bathroom, a bathrobe, slipper, tea/coffee maker, an ironing set, a trouser press, a safe, a minibar, a direct dial telephone, modern interactive TV and Internet access. There is also a CD/DVD player as well as a daily paper offered.
For a unique choice of sport and leisure opportunities includes three 18-hole Championship golf courses, a 9-hole par 3 Wee Course, a golf school as well as a club and health treatments (indoor pool, a steam bath, sauna, Jacuzzi, gym, squash, snooker, table tennis, aerobics, Thai massage, face and mud packs, holistic Ytsara therapies). Furthermore, guests are able to use the Gleaneagles riding school, the Gleneagles hunting and angling school, the British Falconry Academy. 4 all-weather tennis courts as well as salmon and trout fishing in the river Tay and estate lochs. Off road driving, junior off-road driving, quad and mountain biking as well as croquet and pitch 'n' putt are also offered to guests.
The hotel provides an astounding choice of dining options including the Andrew Fairlie two Michelin star restaurant serving Scottish cuisine with a French twist. Strathearn Restaurant offers classic fine dining, while the Club Restaurant provides an Italian influenced menu with oak fired pizzas, pasta and seafood. The Dormy Clubhouse Restaurant and Bar serves seasonal traditional food and The Bar is ideal for morning coffee, light lunches and traditional afternoon tea and drinks. The Tryst is a split-level restaurant and bar at the Glemore (Gleneagles seasonal ownership village). Alternatively room service offers the finest food in the comfort of guests own room, available 24 hours. Specials are also offered along with catering to special dietary needs.
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board