This sumptuous & stylish boutique hotel in Edinburgh is guaranteed to make your trip truly memorable! Treat yourself and loved ones to stay at this lavish 4 star Top Secret Hotel in the Leith Docks area of Edinburgh. This boutique hotel takes great pride in and pays a lot of attention to the details and overall ambiance to ensure that every guest feels right at home and their stay is as relaxing and comfortable as possible. The friendly staff are on hand 24 hours a day to provide you with all the necessary home comforts and to offer recommendations for dining options, tours and events.
Each of the chic and sophisticated guest rooms and suites allow you to unwind in style and make use of the CD library, flat screen TV with DVD player, free internet, refrigerator, and private bathroom with hairdryer and bathrobe. The property also boasts a destination restaurant-brasserie, with a menu brimming with delicious French dishes and fine wines in a splendid art nouveau setting. The lobby bar is a perfect spot to meet with friends and colleagues over a coffee or your favourite drink in the evening to unwind and reflect on the day. If you find some spare time between visiting the sights or attending business meetings, head to the hotel’s state-of-the-art gym and let off some steam.
Edinburgh’s contemporary culture is as prevalent as its history and complicated past, and especially the music and arts scene is making a name for itself on the international stage. Art lovers should not miss a trip to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, where visitors can admire an impressive collection of national modern art amongst pristine grounds and a riverside setting. The lawns are even dotted with masterpieces from artists such as Henry Moore and Sir Eduardo Poalozzi. The walk to the gallery is along the Leith Walkway which pleasantly follows the river from the Pentland Hills until it reaches the Firth of Forth at nearby Leith.
Edinburgh and Scotland are well-known for their particular delicacies and dishes from shortbread to haggis and you can’t leave the capital without having tried at least one! Every souvenir shop will sell shortbread wrapped up in cheerful tins and traditional tartan designs so you can pick up some for loved ones at home along with postcards and other keepsakes. For the brave-hearted, haggis is the best way to get a taste for local culture and customs so head to Macsween of Edinburgh, a renowned manufacturer that also supplies to other delicatessens in the city. Also try the sausages at Crombies of Edinburgh and the vegetarian version of haggis at Macsween’s.