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Luxury operator Red Carnation Hotels’ to open first property in Scotland

Red Carnation Hotels’ is set to open its first hotel in Scotland on November 1. The new hotel is on the site of the old Royal Over-Seas League on Princess Street which closed in 2018 will be named after the street it sits on, 100 Princess Street.

The 30-room luxury hotel joins Red Carnation’s other 19th worldwide properties including Ireland’s Ashford Castle in Ireland, and it will have a residents-only Explorers’ Club which will offer guests a ‘quintessentially Scottish experience’ and signature local dishes.

The hotel, designed by Toni Tollman, Philippe Bonino, and Brian Brennan, features furnishings and artwork from local artists – including custom-made tartan by Araminta Campbell, and a central staircase with a hand-painted mural by Croxford and Saunders.

Jonathan Raggett, managing director of Red Carnation Hotels, has said, “It has been a dream of ours to open a hotel in Edinburgh for some time, and with the best address in the city, it was well worth the wait.”

 

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