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The Scotsman
20 North Bridge
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Combining the original splendour of this baronial building with unique contemporary features, The Scotsman is already known to be one of the most stylish, intimate hotels in Scotland. Located on Edinburgh's historical North Bridge, the hotel is just a one-minute stroll from both Princes Street and the Royal Mile.

With 56 individually styled guest rooms and 13 superb suites, including a Penthouse on its own floor with private lift access, the hotel brings together the efficiency of the 21st century with careful design, attention to the comfort of our guests and the very best in Scottish hospitality.

North Bridge is the 'Chicest' Bar & Brasserie in town and certainly one of the places to be seen. The architecture alone is stunning from the original marble pillars and oak panelling to the contemporary steel and glass bar and staircase.

The Scotsman Spa is 20,000 sq ft of space dedicated to your health and fitness well being. The hotelís health club extends over two levels offering a sauna, steam room, spa pool, tropicarium, huge swimming pool, fully equipped 60-station gym, fitness classes (yoga, pilates, spinning, body pump) and 7 treatment rooms run by a team of therapists standing by to pamper and spoil.


Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Red Stars
AA Hotel of the Year for Scotland 2003
Number of Rooms: 69
Number Ensuite: 69
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Name: North Bridge Brasserie
Cuisine: Modern Scottish
Chef: Spencer Wilson

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