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Roxburghe Hotel
38 Charlotte Street
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Travel in style and stay in this luxurious 4-star hotel in the heart of Edinburgh city centre, just one minuteís walk from Princes Street. The prestigious Roxburghe Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Edinburgh and is located in the heart of the Georgian new town, overlooking the historic Charlotte Square, home to Scotlandís First Minister.

This premier 4-star hotel completed a £7.5 million refurbishment in 2008, including its meeting spaces, public areas and all bedrooms, many of which offer views of Edinburgh Castle. The hotel boasts an unrivalled location, between George Street, the stylish home of the cityís top bars, restaurants and boutique shops, and Rose Street, with its more traditional pubs and eateries.
The hotel has a luxury spa and 7 stylish meeting rooms. Entertain up to 300 guests in the opulent George Suite. At the Scottish Hotel Awards 2009, the Roxburghe was honoured with: Chef Medailles d'Or for Dinner Excellence; Housekeepers of the Year; Concierge of the Year; Conference & Events Commendation; Bedroom Design Commendation; and Rising Star Industry Contributor.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 197
Number Ensuite: 197
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Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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