The Red Carnation Hotel Collection is set to open a hotel in Scotland for the first time, with the aim of making it the number one hotel in Edinburgh.
The luxury hotel collection has announced plans to renovate 100 Princes Street, transforming it into a highly exclusive retreat on Edinburgh’s most famous street.
With uninterrupted views of Edinburgh Castle, the property will replicate the boutique atmosphere of Forbes Five Star-rated sister property Hotel 41, which has retained the position of TripAdvisor’s number one hotel in London for over 10 years as well as the TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Best Hotel in the UK for the last three.
According to officials, the award-winning hotel company behind the loving restoration of Ireland’s Ashford Castle, once home to the Guinness family, will bring the same meticulous care and attention to the listed building’s interior, embracing its history and heritage and using the finest local artisans and suppliers. 100 Princes Street will reopen in 2020 as Red Carnation Hotels’ 19th property worldwide.
InterContinental Toronto Centre has unveiled its freshly renovated 2,200-sq.-ft. Presidential Suite.
The famed $5,000 per night suite that over the years has hosted famous politicians, including former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, dignitaries and celebrities has been upgraded with sleek decor and modern technology.
Located on the 18th floor, the spacious suite includes a living and dining area with a built-in kitchenette, a master bedroom with a lavish bathroom and tub and a second bedroom with an en suite.