The hotel provides the finest possible base from which to explore one of the world's most beautiful cities. Nearby places of interest include the National Gallery of Scotland, the well-connected Edinburgh Waverley train station, Edinburgh Castle, Princes Street Gardens and the main shopping thoroughfare, Princes Street.
Restaurants & Bars
Room amenities include TV with in-room movies, hairdryer, mini-bar, direct-dial telephone with voicemail, private bath/shower, work desk, and trouser press.
The Pompadour by Galvin - Having been restored to its former splendour, The Pompadour by Galvin continues its tradition of classical French excellence under the guidance of the estimable Galvin Brothers. The restaurant has long enjoyed the reputation of having the best table in Edinburgh, with impressive views overlooking Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle through the panoramic arched windows.
Galvin Brasserie de Luxe - Created by the Galvin brothers, the menu features a blending of classic French brasserie favourites and local seasonal specialities, to include Prix Fixe, plats du jour, Scottish Crustacea and a la carte menus.
The Caley Bar - The Caley is the ideal venue for drinks after work or before a meal, when the bar buzzes with lively conversation and, laughter. Choose from classic cocktails, a wide range of Scotch Whiskies, fine wines and Champagnes, soft drinks and hot beverages.
Peacock Alley - At once channeling the glamour and prestige of the old Caledonian and the Waldorf Astoria New York, Peacock Alley is the perfect spot for breakfast, afternoon tea, or elegant evening drinks.
Room service is available.