As the Royal George Hotel in Perth looks forward to its 250th year in business this year, it is now looking for new owners. Marketed by Graham & Sibbald, it comes with a price tag of £2,500,000 for the Freehold.
Since opening in 1773, the Hotel has hosted a number of distinguished guests, including Queen Victoria, and more recently, HRH Prince Edward. Queen Victoria was so enamoured with the hotel’s hospitality during her 1848 visit that the George Inn was renamed the Royal George Hotel in her honour. The hotel still houses the Royal Warrant and two lamps crafted from the bed in which the monarch slept.
Adding to its historic appeal, the Scottish Government announced the return of the Stone of Destiny to Perth in 2024, just 300 meters from the hotel.
Over the last decade, the Royal George Hotel has hosted annual conferences for The Scottish Government, The Liberal Democrats, The Scottish Labour Party, The Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, and The Scottish Green Party.
The Royal George Hotel features a ballroom that accommodates 150 delegates, six breakout rooms, and two restaurants as well as a fitness suite and games room.
This 46-bedroom hotel, with its rich history and diverse income stream, presents an exceptional opportunity for potential buyers say Graham+Sibbald. As a city centre hotel, it provides accommodation, conference, restaurant, and bar facilities, catering to a broad range of local, corporate, and leisure clients.