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Best Spa Resorts/Best Wellness Facilities in Edinburgh

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Established in 1924, The Gleneagles Hotel is a prestigious resort in the heart of Scotland. Set within 850 acres, it offers 3 championship golf courses and an ESPA spa, along with a falconry school. Guests can also enjoy off-road driving, horse-riding, dog training, and shooting. This grand resort offers a variety of elegant rooms and luxurious suites. Many feature views over the extensive grounds and free Wi-Fi. The en suite bathrooms have complimentary toiletries. In the mornings, the Gleneagles Hotel serves an award-winning full Scottish breakfast. With 4 fine dining restaurants, guests can enjoy imaginative menus in the Michelin Starred Andrew Fairlie restaurant, along with the Birnam Brasserie, the formal Strathearn, and the lively Dormy Bar and Grill. Gleneagles Hotel also offers The Club, where guests can enjoy fitness classes. It boasts 2 swimming pools, a sauna, a steam room, gym, and an outdoor hot tub. Set amongst rolling hills, the resort is home to The PGA Centenary and National Academy Golf Courses, along with The King’s Course and The Queen’s Course.

This splendid building was initially built in 1902, but has been completely refurbished by its new owners, Rocco Forte. The results are impressive, an excellent blend of Edwardian character with thoroughly modern amenities. Striking an imposing figure, it dominates the east end of Princes Street, affording superb views of the Castle, Gardens and Old Town. As one of the leading exclusive hotels in the world, expect great variations in rates according to the season.

Favored by the business fraternity and the occasional monarch, the Sheraton has been brimming with visitors since its opening in 1985. Its central location near the Edinburgh International Conference Centre and Edinburgh Castle is just one reason for its popularity. Refurbishment in 1993 amalgamated the existing modernity to a more Scottish ambiance. The results are stunning; from the sleek and sunlit chrome and glass restaurant to the opulent decor of the guest rooms. Dark wood, leather and marble complement sweeping staircases and grand architectural features.

MacDonald Holyrood Hotel is a neighbor of the new Scottish Parliament Building. The accommodation offered here is top notch and comfortable to boot. The traditionally decorated and spacious rooms have good facilities with great views of Salisbury Crags. Take a pew next to the magnificent fireplace in the entrance lounge and sample the fine international wine selection. Further indulgences can be sought in the Health Club and Beauty Spa.

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