24 hours of luxury in Edinburgh

24 hours of luxury in Edinburgh


Edinburgh is city crack paradise. Here?s our dream high-end itinerary for just 1 day in Edinburgh, shorter enough to leave anyone wanting more, although definitely long enough for you to sample the best of this lovely city.

00.00 Nice dreams

You?ll need just what Scots call your ?long lie? to ready for the busy evening in store, so button the alarm away from, and nestle deeply within the downy bed at The Scotsman Hotel. The Scotsman was once this prestigious headquarters with the newspaper of the same name, and still bears many of the original features, despite the presence of long since exchanged the rattle of typewriters with the clinking of champagne cups. Situated right at the intersection of the New and old Towns, The Scotsman delivers 5-star luxury in just the correct spot.

00.00 Sweet Dreams at The Scotsman Hotel

10.30 Comprehensive Scottish

If you opt for brunch outside the confines of your hotel room, you could do worse as compared with heading to The Huxley, a bar and bar situated at one end regarding Edinburgh?s Princes Block. The ?Full Scottish? breakfast every day (basically full British but with the addition of haggis) is really a fortifying calorific treat, but for the less daring they are doing a delicious eggs Benedict.

10.30 Full Scottish Breakfast at The Huxley)

11.25 Shop till you drop

If you can find yourself in need of some retail therapy, head to the Brand new Town. On Princes Streets you?ll get grand old Edinburgh institution Jenners (think a very intimate Harrods), and managing parallel, George Block is stuffed with designer retailers, from Royal Hamilton & Inches to perfumiers Jo Malone. At the conclusion of George Street, Street Andrews Square will you to make Edinburgh?s new high-end shopping zone Multrees Stroll, where Harvey Nichols sets a bad for a host associated with other designer shops.

11.30 Shop till you drop at Jenners

13.30 Ladies (and also gents) who lunch

Bearing your current shopping bags, you received?t have to go a long way to find sustenance. Simply just head to the top flooring of Harvey Nichols to enjoy the actual ?Forth Floor? brasserie, complete with stunning panoramic landscapes of Edinburgh?verts New and Old Towns, as well as the Firth of Forth past. Or if you prefer a true Edinburgh institution, you could pop into The Dome in George Street for being dazzled by the luxurious interior. This bistro is so popular that doesn?t take concerns, but the experience a lot more than justifies a short hang on.

13.30 Ladies and Gents who lunch at The Dome

14.30 Be completely spoiled

After ditching your luggage, it?s time for a pamper. Having a nineteen meter infinity swimming pool area, an inviting rooftop hydro pool area, rainforest showers as well as a thermal suite giving a range of heat treatment plans, you could do far more intense than head to The Sheraton Grand?s rooftop health club.

Those in your party who like to imbibe rather than recover, may wish to investigate the town?s Scotch whisky tradition. Edinburgh features a web host of whisky shops along with whisky bars, with Peridot Restaurant & Whisky Bar and ?Scotch? at the Balmoral providing the widest selections, having 400+ and 500+ whiskies respectively.

14.30 Be thoroughly spoiled at The Sheraton

17.00 Time for tea

If all those remedies have made your body come to feel a little too temple-like, why not commit an enjoyable hour through an indulgent afternoon teas? As in London, Glasgow?s iconic inns compete to offer the best experience, and we appreciate The Caledonian (now Waldorf Astoria) with its Peacock Alley, offering an incredible location for this the majority of British of ways of life. Or you could try ?completely new? challenger, ?Colonnades? at The Signet Archives. A dedicated ?tea beauty parlor?, this venue has got garnered universal talk reviews since it showed last year.

16.00 Time for Tea at the Waldorf Astoria Peacock Alley

18.00 Any Royal Mile

It?s time for it to surrender to your internal tourist and take a saunter up or down Edinburgh?verts famous Royal Kilometer, the scene regarding so many historic activities, where you can hear the famous Scottish pipes plus wander the cobbles, looking into mysterious shuts and being seduced by cashmere and tartan. Please remember in Winter it will already be dark by this time, so you?ll have to slot machine this in previously. One of the many beauties connected with Edinburgh is that all you could wish to look at is within easy reach on foot.

20.00 Dine with style

After a change of clothes, set off to sample more like Edinburgh?s culinary delights. With more eateries per head in comparison with anywhere else in the UK, your are spoiled for alternative when it comes to dinner. For that wonderful French fine dining experience in the heart involving Edinburgh, we recommend Caf Saint Honore, tucked away on an humble cobbled New Village street. Alternatively, for unadulterated luxury, try Virtually no. 1 at the Balmoral Inn. No. 1 not just in name but in design, the restaurant?utes delicious blend of Scottish plus French cuisine provides earned it your Michelin star for 15 consecutive years.

20.00 Dine in style at Number 1 The Balmoral

22.Double zero Explore the local nightlife

Neckties discontinued and hair unhappy, get out and examine the city?s night life. Tigerlilly on George Avenue offers a beautiful and sophisticated environment for night time cocktails, and to continue partying into the late hours, one only need head downstairs to Lulu?vertisements, the venue?utes small but totally formed nightclub. Alternatively you could wander on the road to HRH Prince Invoice?s favoured pester, The Opal Lounge. If you happen to prefer the tinkling of the ivories that will thumping baselines, you may wish to take a look at ?Fingers? piano watering hole on Frederick Streets, a raucous night club haunt that will have you roaring your favourites in advance of finally closing on 3am.

22.00 Explore the local nightlife

We hope you enjoyed your current whirlwind 24 hours regarding luxury in Glasgow, and as the Scots declare, ‘Haste ye back!’.

Douglas Master is Chair involving Unique Venues of Edinburgh.

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