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Balmoral Hotel wins double awards success

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Balmoral Hotel wins double awards success

Edinburgh’s Balmoral Hotel has scored a double at the Catering Scotland (CIS) Awards when it was voted best group hotel and best restaurant.

Judges said the iconic hotel at No. 1 Princes Street, part of the Rocco Forte group, had “continued its delivery of world-class Scottish hospitality”.

They went on: “Several major new brand level projects were introduced during the year, including those focused on improving the family experience, greater use of local organic and nutritious food, and enhancement of its line ...

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Six luxurious Scottish golf hotels

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Six luxurious Scottish golf hotels

This year the acclaimed Ryder Cup golf competition is coming home to Gleneagles Hotel, host of the first ever international golf match between Great Britain and the USA in 1921. In honour of the occasion, hotel search website trivago.co.uk has selected six of the most luxurious golf hotels in Scotland.

From the birthplace of golf itself to coastal retreats in the heart of the Scottish countryside, these courses promise some of the best golfing experiences around. Golf aside, each hotel also ...

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Scottish hotels led the UK for revenue in February

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Scottish hotels led the UK for revenue in February

Scotland’s hotels had the highest occupancy and revenue levels in the UK during February, figures have shown. Occupancy was up to 70.3% compared with 69.8% in England and 69.1% in Wales. The average amount of revenue from each room was £45.65 compared with £39.93 in England and £37.20 in Wales.

Aberdeen was ahead of anywhere outside London at £70.63, with Edinburgh at £46.80 and Glasgow on £45.21. Alastair Rae of business advisers BDO LLP said: “These are very positive figures.”

Occupancy was highest in ...

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Scottish hotels ‘outshine rest of the UK’

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Scottish hotels ‘outshine rest of the UK’

Scottish hotels “outshined” their competitors in the rest of the UK in November, according to a report. The study by business advisers BDO suggested that hotels north of the border had higher occupancy and revenue levels than their counterparts.

The survey involved a number of hotels in the three to four star range across the UK.

The occupancy rate in Scottish hotels was 74.2%, compared to 72.5% in England and 71% in Wales.

Revenue from Scottish hotel rooms also continued to outstrip their UK ...

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