Comprising of 10 floors, this luxury hotel offers 69 rooms including 13 suites. Guests may make use of the foyer with 24-hour reception desk, a hotel safe, a currency exchange counter, a lift and café. There is also a nightclub, a bar, an auditorium and an à la carte restaurant with highchairs for infants available for use. Additionally, a conference room and public Internet terminal are also offered. Those arriving by car may take advantage of the car park. Laundry, room and medical services round off the facilities on offer. This luxury historic hotel is one of the most stylish and comfortable in Scotland. It is located in the ""Scotsman Newspaper"" publishing house and combines princely style with the best of modern architecture. The ""North Bridge"" hotel bar is one of the trendiest in town, and ""Vermillion"" restaurant provides an exclusive and intimate atmosphere. Guests can also make use of the hotel's own exclusive health club.
This elegant hotel offers a magnificent view over Edinburgh Castle and the Princess Street Gardens. It is the ideal base from which to get to know the bustling Scottish metropolis. The hotel is situated right on the historic North Bridge. Princes Street and the famous Royal Mile are both to be found in the immediate vicinity, and Edinburgh International Airport can be reached in less than 25 minutes.
The attractive, 34 m² rooms are equipped with a DVD player, a TV with 28-inch screen, high-speed Internet access, a direct dial telephone with voicemail, games tables for Edinburgh monopoly, a trouser press and an iron and ironing board. Most of the deluxe rooms also come with a queen-size bed and some have two single beds. Editor room type come with either a king size bed or 2 singles beds. All standard rooms have only double beds. Further facilities include a minibar, a coffee maker and bathroom fittings. A serving hatch allows for unobtrusive service.
The hotel's own health club equipped to the latest standard and provides guests with a 16-m stainless steel pool, a sauna and a steam room.
In the hotel's 'North Bridge' brasserie guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner from a varied menu, in a striking setting that contrasts original marble pillars and wood panelling with new steel flooring and a striking metal staircase. The 'Vermillion' restaurant and its adjacent bar offer a more relaxed setting, with a modern European menu and wine list. The bar houses some 399 varieties of malt whisky.
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
Check in: 14h. Chek out: 11h.
Satellite cable TV
HiFi stereo system