Indulge in utter luxury at one of Edinburgh’s most elegant hotels in the city centre. Located within easy access of all the major attractions, theatre, shops and restaurants, this hotel is convenient for any guest to the city, whether they are travelling for business or leisure. The property itself possesses all the expected services and amenities for a 4 star graded establishment, plus an additional range of world-class leisure facilities to allow guests to truly relax and unwind throughout their stay. The Leisure Club welcomes all guests to make use of the gym, spa and indoor swimming pool, before some well-deserved R&R in the sauna or steam room. Before a special occasion, book yourself a beauty or well-being treatment for the ultimate indulgence, or if you wish to keep fit and energetic during your stay, take part in the aerobics classes held at the club. At the end of the day you will be able to retire to your guest room or suite, stylishly decorated and fitted with amenities such as coffee and tea facilities, work desk with lamp, flat screen LCD TV, and en-suite bathroom with hair dryer and bathrobe.
Whether you’re planning to spend weeks in the city or if you’re only in town for the weekend, you’ll be able to find plenty to do and see to keep you entertained throughout the whole of your trip. You’ll find the perfect balance between sightseeing, cultural activities and down-time for shopping and relaxing in cafés and restaurants. If it’s your first time visiting, the best way to become accustomed with the new city is to take the Edinburgh Bus Tour, which visits the most significant and interesting points across the city and allows you to learn more before heading to each one individually. The ticket for the tour can be purchased at the departure spot, at the bottom of the Scott Monument, and can be used all day to allow you to hop on and off as you wish.
One of the stops on the Bus Tour is the spectacular Scottish Parliament, which is well-worth a proper look around if you have the time. The Holyrood is the political heart of Scotland and home to the Parliament, so is significant for locals and visitors alike. The architecture of the building is highly fascinating and remarkably beautiful, independent from what’s goes on inside. If you’re interested in the proceedings of a parliamentary sitting, the public are occasionally allowed to watch and listen from the viewing gallery over the chambers.
Enjoy your stay in Edinburgh!