Experience comfort & quality in Scotland’s capital city! Located right in the very heart of Scotland’s capital, this elegant and welcoming 4 star Top Secret Hotel is a fine choice for your upcoming stay in the city. From the moment you walk through the lobby doors, you will feel right at home, thanks to the friendly and accommodating staff and the warming atmosphere. Every detail is given great attention to ensure your utmost comfort throughout your stay, from the children-friendly menu at the restaurant to the thorough daily housekeeping service. Business and leisure travellers alike will find all the necessary amenities for a successful and relaxing stay, such as readily available conference rooms with audio and visual equipment, as well as a play station and babysitting service for families, and WiFi and air conditioning throughout. The hotel boasts its own destination restaurant with sophisticated and inviting surroundings, which serves up both local Scottish delicacies and European favourites. The lobby bar is the ideal place to unwind with friends, colleagues or loved ones at the end of a busy day; in an intimate environment with comfy armchairs and an exquisite cocktail and wine menu.
Edinburgh offers so many opportunities for visitors to immerse themselves in local culture and customs, and one of the most popular is, unsurprisingly, the Scotch Whisky Experience. The tour will take you through the history of the beloved national drink with a number of exciting activities, such as a barrel-ride, plus of course plenty of drinking! For the already connoisseurs of Scotch whisky, the Scotch Malt Whisky Society offers members the chance to sample rare blends and malts alongside delicious and traditional dishes in an exclusive environment. Other top destinations to sample and purchase a vast variety of whiskies around the city are Bennets, Canny Man’s, Cadenhead’s Whisky Shop and Royal Mile Whiskies.
In the heart of the Old Town, a once ancient theatre now houses the innovative and one-of-a-kind Scottish Storytelling Centre. The former Netherbow Theatre was refurbished spectacularly by a bold architects practise to create this exciting hub for storytelling. Scotland has a long history with the craft of storytelling so the centre feels right at home in the capital, where regular events are held aimed at all ages and often presenting opportunities for both hearing and telling stories. Make sure to check the listings when you’re in town to enjoy a charming, family-fun day out. The building adjacent, John Knox House, was also subject to the inventive architectural renovation and is well worth a visit.