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  • Behind the regal facade of this former newspaper headquarters lies a daring contemporary design that effortlessly blends with the building's original features.
  • This hotel is perfectly placed for discovering Edinburgh, close to a myriad of shops, delectable restaurants & impressive sights such as Edinburgh Castle - just 15mins away!
  • This hotel is also home to a relaxing spa where you have an exclusive discount - indulge yourself!
  • This is the only hotel in Edinburgh that can boast views over Edinburgh Castle, The Firth of Forth, Leith, Princes Street and Calton Hill.

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You have not yet found your dream getaway from our holiday deals? Discover our year-round selection of high-end accommodation at public prices from our hotel partners.

The Permanent Collection is a selection of the best high-end properties: luxury hotels, chic boutique hotels and elegant villas ... If you book accommodation through our Permanent Collection, you will receive a voucher for 5% of the total booking amount, to be redeemed on your next Voyage Privé booking. And to make your stay even more enjoyable, we have negotiated two exclusive perks.

Please note: Permanent Collection rates are non-refundable, non-changeable.


Edinburgh is a treasure to discover from the New town adjacent to Princes Street to the quirkiness of the Old Town starting at the Royal Mile - both jointly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

You can enjoy boutique shopping in Multrees Walk and a wide choice of restaurants and bars in the West End - or visit the once famous medieval market square at the Grassmarket, which also offers splendid views of the Edinburgh Castle.

From the iconic Edinburgh Castle sitting on its rock above the city, the modernistic buildings of the Scottish Parliament to the educational and fun Dynamic Earth - there truly is something for everyone.

Running parallel to this imposing castle is the historic George Street where some of the city's chicest bars can be found along side designer boutiques and the iconic Standing Order Pub, which is housed inside an old bank.  And nestled between this vibrant streets and the Prince Street Gardens is Rose Street, a charming pedestrian only street which is a million miles away from its original use as servant entrances to the grand houses on both George Street & Princes Street.

Nearby attractions:

  • St Cuthbert Church (imposing 19th century church): 6min / 1.2miles by car or 20min / 1mile by foot
  • Calton Hill with its panoramic views of the city: 11min / 0.5miles by foot
  • Edinburgh Castle: 15min / 0.7miles by foot

All times & distances are approximate

Your Hotel

In 2001 this magnificent listed building was transformed into one of the most stylish luxury boutique hotels in the heart of Edinburgh's city centre. The hotel was designed to dominate the Edinburgh skyline and features incredible views of the city´s most famous landmarks. Careful attention has been put towards preserving the magnificent Italian marble staircase as well as the stunning oak panelling, imposing marble pillars and ornate ceilings.

Originally the reception room of the newspaper, the North Bridge Bar and Brasserie features the original oak panelling, a hand carved wooden balcony and imposing marble pillars. The seating area is split into two levels with the balcony offering quieter, intimate seating, with a birds-eye-view below to the buzzing main restaurant and cocktail bar.

One of the city’s landmark buildings, the former Scotsman newspaper offices, carefully converted to retain its Edwardian grandeur - oak panelling, marble staircase, baronial turrets - while given a sheen of low-key, modern luxury.

Linda MacDonald
Destination Expert at The Telegraph


Hotel Scotsman enhances its original features with modern influences and impeccable attention to detail. Large windows allow an influx of natural light and guests can unwind upon classic furnishings dressed in tartan linens whilst enjoying state-of-the-art amenities.

- Classic Room (34m² / max. 2 persons): The Scotsman Hotel was originally built as the iconic home of the Scotsman Newspaper in 1905, and many of the rooms retain a number of their original features and fittings.

- Executive Room (40m² / max. 2 persons): 
Some of these rooms boast spectacular panoramic views of Scotland's Capital from Princes Street to the Firth of won't want to leave!

- Junior Suite (52m² / max. 2 persons):
With a separate living room, original oak-panelled rooms & spectacular vies of the capital city, these romantic rooms are a destination in their own right!


Just for you: A complimentary bottle of wine; A 20% discount on the a la carte menu (food only)

The North Bridge Brasserie serves seasonal Scottish cuisine with a contemporary twist. The restaurant is open every day, morning until night for breakfast, mid-morning refreshments, lunch, afternoon tea and À la carte dining.

The Executive Head Chef, Billy Wardclaw serves his seasonal, modern Scottish cuisine with a strong focus on locally sourced ingredients of the highest quality, which he combines with a carefully thought out wine and whisky list.

Whatever the occasion, the North Bridge Brasserie will leave a lasting impression. Don't miss