The perfect combination of tradition and modernity, each of the 168 bedrooms has been designed by Olga Polizzi. Each of the 20 Suites are generous and elegant with magnificent views.
From the Classic Rooms combining contemporary design with classic Scottish charm to the iconic signature Scone & Crombie suite decorated with rich fabrics, opulent furnishings and space in abundance. The suite was named after the iconic Scone Palace in Perthshire. The sitting room has a working fireplace, dining table for four, walk-in wardrobe and traditional Scottish touches throughout.
Michelin-starred dinner or a relaxed family lunch. Traditional afternoon tea or drinks in the iconic Whisky bar. You’ll find a venue to satisfy every appetite and occasion.
Traditional cuisine with a Scottish twist. This lively brasserie is popular with guests and discerning locals alike. On the menu, a mix of Scottish favourites and classic dishes created using the finest regional produce.
Memorable flavours and world-class cuisine. A truly outstanding culinary experience, worthy of its Michelin star for the 14th consecutive year. Number One was fully refurbished in 2015 offering a fresh, contemporary style while retaining the warm and inviting atmosphere which guests have enjoyed since the restaurant opened in 1997.
Vintage Champagne and award-winning afternoon tea. All to be enjoyed under the canopy of exotic palm trees. Palm Court is an Edinburgh institution that’s as glittering as its glass dome and Venetian chandelier.
The award-winning Balmoral Spa is the ultimate urban spa experience. This spa retreat in the heart of the city is the perfect place to escape the pace of city life with its five treatment rooms, relaxation suite, 15m indoor pool, Finnish sauna, steam room, fully-equipped gym and weights room and group exercise studio.
Edinburgh is the best of hosts. Each year it welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors to the world’s biggest arts festivals, including the famous Edinburgh International Festival and The Fringe. Even when it’s not festival time, you’ll find plenty to do.
Edinburgh is a city best explored on foot. Discover the history behind the Old Town's underground city, or browse the hidden boutiques in the myriad lanes of the New Town.