We stayed at The Rutland for our wedding anniversary for 2 nights and what a brilliant time we had. The staff were so friendly and accommodating and made us feel extremely welcome as did all the people in Edinburgh we encountered.
We were lucky enough to get two very warm sunny days that made our stay even more enjoyable. We loved our room which had a great shower and having GHD's and an iPod docking station were great touches. We ate in the bar and restaurant and the food was delicious and the service faultless. The location of the hotel is ideal with great views and would recommend to anyone. We would like to thank all the staff for the hospitality that we received throughout our stay and a special thanks for the card, rose and complimentary drinks we had with our meal on the Saturday night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Rutland Hotel is set right in the heart of the city centre at the west end of Princes Street boasting exceptional views of Edinburgh Castle. An elegant boutique hotel with twelve beautifully appointed guest rooms and 5 luxury serviced apartments. Three are 2-bedroom and 2 are 1-bedroom, 2 with a private garden. Our guests comfort and enjoyment is at the forefront of our minds with Arran Aromatics toiletries and Nespresso coffee machines coupled with little curios and a well-stocked mini bar in every room. The Rutland Hotel is also home to Kyloe Restaurant and Grill - a glorious gourmet steakhouse and The Huxley, a friendly, homely bar serving great burgers & dogs with carefully crafted cocktails. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rutland Hotel Edinburgh
- The Rutland Hotel Edinburgh, Scotland