New Scotland hotels set to debut in 2022


Unique hotels from Edinburgh’s historic streets to Glasgow and the Isle of Skye are set to grab the attention of international travelers as they debut in 2022.

Gleneagles Townhouse, Edinburgh

Legendary Perthshire retreat Gleneagles is about to launch its urban counterpart, Townhouse in Gleneagles in Edinburgh. Scheduled to debut in March 2022, this highly anticipated hotel takes over a historic building, which was once a bank, in St. Andrew’s Square with 33 individually designed rooms and dining and drinking venues, including the open-air restaurant. The Spence daytime and the Rooftop Bar Lamp Post offering views over the skyline of Edinburgh. The hotel will include a members’ club, with exclusive access to private areas, and a wellness area with facilities including an infrared sauna, cryotherapy chamber, gym and wellness studios in the hotel. old bank safe. Original architectural details sit alongside fresh design and modern artwork throughout.

West Edinburgh

W Hotels will debut in Scotland in 2022 with the winter launch of W Edinburgh – a striking 12-story architectural property placing customers in the heart of downtown St James Quarter. Distinguished by W Hotels signature style, this hotel will offer a decadent and sophisticated space housing 214 guest rooms and suites, including the signature version of a Presidential Suite, the Extreme Wow Suite. Amenities at this urban retreat will include the AWAY Spa, a range of event spaces and a rooftop with 360-degree panoramic views, a destination bar, a chef’s table and an outdoor terrace which is overall aimed at enhancing the nightlife of the city. city. A SUSHISAMBA outpost will also occupy the top floors of the hotel.

House of the Gods, Glasgow

Following on from the 22 rooms opened in 2019 Hotel of the House of the Gods Also home to the Casablanca Cocktail Club restaurant and bar in Edinburgh, the upscale concept is making its way to Glasgow with the next venue slated to open in Spring 2022. Guests can expect interiors showcasing a similar style to the venue. Edinburgh, where the rooms are inspired by Versailles and the plush cabins of the Orient Express. This property with rock and roll influences, partly through its cocktail menu, will take shape at 61-63 Glasswork Street. The brothers behind House of Gods, Mike and Ross Baxter, aim to draw locals and tourists to this new site with the luxurious decor and intimate cocktail bar concept that House of Gods is famous for.

Virgin Hotels in Edinburgh and Glasgow

Virgin hotels The Edinburgh and Glasgow outposts are scheduled to open in spring 2022. The Edinburgh Hotel will be located in Iconic India Buildings in Edinburgh’s Old Town, near the Royal Mile, and the Hotel de Glasgow will be located just off the River Clyde on Clyde Street. In Edinburgh, guests will be accommodated in 222 rooms and a number of restaurants and drinking places, including the flagship Commons Club, in a space that fuses the site’s heritage with the eclectic style of the hotel brand. In Glasgow, the hotel’s 242 guest rooms and suites will be joined by several restaurants and bars, including the Commons Club as well as the Funny Library Coffee Shop, as well as common workspaces and event space.

100 Princes Street, Edinburgh

June 2022 will see the launch of the latest addition to the Red Carnation Hotels portfolio, 100, rue des Princes. This opening marks the transformation of the address of the former Overseas League, whose inspiration was inspired by the Scottish explorers and adventurers who made this site their home. The building has been carefully restored and interiors feel great thanks to the work of local artisans, from the bespoke tartan designed by Araminta Campbell to a hand painted mural by Croxford & Saunders that sets the building’s central staircase apart. The hotel will have just 30 rooms and suites, most of which have a view of Edinburgh Castle, as well as the explorers’ club for residents. Highlights here must include a wine wall with over 200 fine wines and an impressive collection of Scotch whiskeys.

Bracken Hide Hotel, Isle of Skye

Now taking shape on the edge of the Isle of Skye’s capital, Portree, the Bracken Hide Hotel is currently on track to open in spring 2022. The 27-room pod hotel and Finnish sauna promise to deliver a mix of glamor and rustic charm. amid the spectacular landscape for which this island in the Inner Hebrides is known. Individual pods will be located next to a main hub for guests to meet. This designer space should encompass the hotel restaurant, lounge, whiskey room and fitness area, distinguished overall by the panoramic views offered by the large windows of this building. The property offers views of Portree and the surrounding hill.


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