Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh reopens

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide announced that the Sheraton Hotels & Resorts reopened the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh following a full multi-million dollar renovation.

The re-launch of the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is part of a multi-year global revitalization effort which has seen Sheraton and its owners invest more than $6 billion in new hotel openings, renovations and signature brand initiatives around the world.

Located in the heart of Edinburgh, the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is the latest Sheraton hotel worldwide to undergo a full renovation. The hotel now offers fully refurbished guestrooms, more than 15,000 square feet of newly renovated meeting and event space, and a new restaurant and bar. The refurbished Sheraton Grand will be the Scottish capital’s newest five-star hotel.

The hotel features 269 fully renovated guestrooms, designed in a contemporary Scottish style with frosted glass-walled bathrooms and new technology. All rooms feature the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed and are decorated with natural furnishings and Scottish art. The Grand Suite (the Sheraton Grand’s take on the Presidential Suite) boasts views of the Edinburgh castle, a master bedroom with a dressing room, a separate twin-bedroom, lounge area, private lobby and cloakroom.


Facilities include a newly-installed Sheraton Club Floor, where the Club Lounge serves breakfast, drinks and light snacks throughout the day. There is also a new dedicated meetings and events complex offering 14 function rooms, making it the largest conference and banqueting area in a hotel in Edinburgh. The property also boasts One Spa, a six-story, 35,000 square foot spa offering a range of spa treatments.

Also offered are the [email protected] experienced with Microsoft, a communications hub in the lobby providing complimentary Wi-Fi and PC workstations; and the Sheraton Fitness programmed by Core Performance, a holistic fitness program.

New restaurant and bar concepts include One Square, headed by executive chef Malcolm Webster, focusing on modern British dishes.

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