Nestled deep in Edinburgh’s Old Town and housed within an historic building, Hotel du Vin Edinburgh is perfectly located within the city. Completely refurbished in 2008, the interior design strikes a wonderful balance between historic character and contemporary comforts. The massive chandelier of crystal glasses shimmers in the lobby, and is a particularly notable feature. The hotel offers 47 timelessly styled bedrooms and suites, a trademark bistro and mezzanine bar, unique events rooms for business or private dining, cigar bothy, whisky snug, intriguing Laroche tasting room and an outstanding wine cellar.
Housed within the impressive structure of the Hotel du Vin are 47 timelessly styled bedrooms and a selection of stunning suites.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Luxurious Handsprung Mattress
- Fine Egyptian Linens
- Deep Bath
- Powerful ‘Drench’ Shower
- Plasma TV
- DVD Player
- Air Conditioning
Bistro du Vin:
Under the tutelage of head chef, Matt Powell, Bistro du Vin is at the heart of the hotel. A classic, French-styled, elegant and informal setting for lunch & dinner, or simply to meet, celebrate & pass the time. The Bistro uses only the finest produce of the Lothian region. Famous local suppliers include D.R. Collin Fish, The Mellis Cheesemongers and the ‘birth to butcher reared’ lamb and pork of Peelham Farm. These are but a handful of the many legendary suppliers the hotel is honoured to include within their ‘Homegrown & Local’ philosophy.
Add to this, the extensive and eclectic wine list, and an impressive array of wines by the glass brought to you by Head sommelier, Romain Auderie. Romain and his team are always on hand to help with any queries guests may have.
On The Map: Edinburgh is located in the southeast of Scotland. Edinburgh is well served by a good network of roads and motorways, including the M8 from Glasgow to the west, and A68 from Newcastle, England to the southeast.
Edinburgh knows how to welcome travelers with grace and charm. She also knows how to kick up her heels and enjoy a nice shot of Scotch Whisky after a festival. The hill that Edinburgh Castle stands upon has been Scotland’s remarkable silent witness since the Bronze Age. Today her streets are filled with cutting-edge galleries and museums, tributes to the love of literature and music, fine cuisine, quirky shops, theater, and an extravagance of festivals. Four ancient streets, called the Royal Mile, are the main thoroughfare. Running through medieval Edinburgh with her 66 alleys, tumbling shops, cobblestones, and tight homes the Royal Mile takes you to New Town. Here you’ll stroll through fine gardens, perfect Georgian architecture and broad squares. The mix of time, while lost in time, is a heady brew. There may be no finer city than Edinburgh Scotland, to participate in the gifts of the past with an eye to a brilliant future.