If you want to experience true Scottish heritage, the newly opened Hotel Indigo Edinburgh may be the right choice. InterContinental Group has just expanded its portfolio of boutique hotels in the capital of Scotland. The second Hotel Indigo has prime location right in the center of Edinburgh close to many popular shops, restaurants and bars.
The 64-guestroom property is made in traditional design that reflects local culture and history. The hotel is decorated with paintings of famous artists and every guestroom is furnished with Harris Tweed soft furnishings. Bathrooms are equipped with walk-in showers with rainfall showerheads perfect for deep relaxation. There is a destination bar on the top floor of the hotel, which is popular with both tourists and locals. The menu of the bar was developed by Executive Chef of the award-winning Twenty Princes Street restaurant Tony Sarton, who has prepared traditional dishes and a special seasonal menu, so guests can enjoy best food while enjoying stunning views of the city skyline. The Jupiter bar features a big menu of cocktails prepared by the bar’s own mixologist from best spirits and locally sourced ingredients, homemade juices and original infusions.
Edinburgh was named a UK hot spot for 2016. This is a famous European destination and home to numerous festivals and events like Edinburgh International Festival. Hotel Indigo Edinburgh is a great choice for guests who want to explore the city as such popular landmarks as the National Portrait Gallery, the Scott Monument and other historic places are located nearby. The hotel is located on the border between Old and New Towns, so it also features easy access to night clubs, designer shops and restaurants. The hotel will be operated by IHG in accordance with a franchise agreement with the Station Hotel Ltd.