The Scotsman Hotel
Built in 1905, The Scotsman Hotel is an imposing building commanding the Edinburgh skyline and boasting breathtaking views of the city's most iconic landmarks. Formally the Scotsman Newspaper building, the property was converted into The Scotsman Hotel while carefully preserving the intricate structural details, including the Italian marble staircase, stunning oak paneling, imposing marble pillars, and ornate ceilings.
The 69 guestrooms and suites of The Scotsman Hotel are uniquely appointed and decorated, with no two identical, each boasting beautiful views of the city. Residing in the original reception room for the newspaper, the acclaimed North Bridge Bar and Brasserie offers delicious cuisine and refined service, surely to make a lasting impression. Equally luxurious facilities include the Scotsman Health Club and Spa, located in the old giant printing presses on the lower floor, and the Scotsman Theater, a private screen room to enjoy private showings of classic films.
The Scotsman Hotel, a charter member of Historic Hotels Worldwide since 2012, dates back to 1905.
20 North Bridge
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Turn of the Century, 1902 ~ 1913
Built in 1905, The Scotsman Hotel is an imposing building commanding the Edinburgh skyline and boasting breathtaking views of the city's most iconic landmarks.
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