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Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa
1 Festival Square
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Overlooking Edinburgh Castle, the Sheraton Grand Hotel is just 200 metres from Lyceum Theatre Royal. It boasts luxurious elegant rooms, an Italian restaurant, spa, modern gym and a rooftop hydro-pool. The large air-conditioned rooms have beautiful furnishings and mood lighting. They feature a media hub with Wi-Fi access and an interactive satellite flat-screen TV. Glass-walled bathrooms include walk-in showers, baths and bathrobes. A modern British menu is available in the vibrant One Square restaurant and bar. At the Spa guests can indulge in a variety of beauty treatments and massages. The Thermal Suite at offers heat experiences, a rock sauna and hammam. Princes Street is a 5-minute walk away. Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile is less than 10 minutes’ away.

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Nearest Train Station: Edinburgh Haymarket
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Ratings/Awards: 5 Star
Number of Rooms: 260
Number Ensuite: 260
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Restaurant

Name: The Grill Room
Cuisine: Scottish Fine Dining
Chef: Phillip Garrod
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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