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The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh ~ The Caledonian, a luxurious five-star Hotel, Wedding Venue and landmark in Edinburgh

Today I am excited to spotlight on Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh ~ The Caledonian, a luxurious five-star Hotel, Wedding Venue and landmark in Edinburgh, standing at the west end of Princes Street. I visited in celebration of my daughters 16th Birthday and its magic stole my heart completely. I think the first feeling you have is a sense of welcome, quickly followed by a sense of awe. From being greeted by the doormen to the concierge, and the knowledgeable and friendly reception staff to everyone working throughout the hotel nothing is too much trouble, and from the moment you walk through the doors it just feels special. I have been to...

The Balmoral Hotel ~ A luxurious Wedding Venue and landmark in the heart of Edinburgh

Today I am thrilled to spotlight on The Balmoral, a luxurious five-star property, Wedding Venue and landmark in Edinburgh, Scotland with the most prestigious of adresses. It is located in the heart of the city at the east end of Princes Street, the main shopping street beneath the Edinburgh Castle rock, and the southern edge of the New Town, right beside the picturesque Princes St Gardens. I was invited there to see how truly beautiful it was, and went with family for a lovely Easter break, and its actually stolen a little bit of my heart. In 1895  W. Hamilton Beattie and A.R. Scott won a competition to design The...

The Principal Edinburgh Hotel ~ An Edinburgh Wedding Venue & Luxury Residence

Today I am thrilled to spotlight on the Principal Edinburgh Hotel, an Edinburgh Wedding Venue and luxury residence and a  place of rich history, stunning design and beautiful architecture. I recently visited with my family and from the moment you walk through the doors its not just another hotel, it is an incredibly special experience. The Principal Edinburgh on George Street has been welcoming hotel guests since 1881. At its heart are five listed Georgian townhouses, built in 1775 as homes for Edinburgh’s most prosperous citizens. Following a remodel in 1880 by David Bryce, three of the townhouses opened as the hotel with part of the buildings also being owned...