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Red Carnation opens in Edinburgh

Red Carnation Hotels, the Tollman family-owned hotel collection, has opened its first property in Scotland.

The boutique hotel, which carries the name of its address, 100 Princes Street, has been inspired by the adventures of the Scottish explorers who used the building as the former headquarters of the Royal Overseas League and is being led by Resident Manager Laura Jamieson.

It features 30 ensuite rooms and suites, as well as ‘The Wallace’, a dining room, bar and lounge, and ‘Ghillie’s Pantry’, a private dining room offering over one hundred whiskies and custom tasting menus.

The design is the result of the team behind Botswana’s Xigera Safari Lodge and Ireland’s Ashford Castle, with the vision of Toni Tollman. It features artworks including bespoke pieces by the decorative arts specialists, Croxford and Saunders while the rooms have custom-made furnishings, fabrics and artworks including five tartans by Scottish designer Araminta Campbell.

Red Carnation Hotels run Ashford Castle in the west of Ireland, the Milestone Hotel & Residences in London Kensington, and The Oyster Box and Xigera Safari Lodge in the heart of the Okavango Delta, Botswana.



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