Refined, relaxed and intimate, The Roseate Edinburgh is a tranquil sanctuary that seamlessly blends the story of the Scottish capital city and its unparalleled history and lineage with contemporary, modern luxury and comfort. Roseate Hotels & Resorts renowned for their mindful restoration of heritage properties, immaculate hospitality and warm service promise an unforgettable experience at The Roseate Edinburgh.
What makes a stay at The Roseate Edinburgh unique?
The Roseate Edinburgh located just five minutes from the Haymarket railway station and less than 20 minutes drive from Edinburgh Airport has stood at the gateway to old-town Edinburgh since the 1860s. It has witnessed the evolution of modern-day Edinburgh, offering a luxurious and stylish city retreat with an authentic Scottish soul. Characterful, evocative interiors, inspired by the neoclassical design of old-town Edinburgh, the boutique hotel exudes timeless, understated charm and elegance.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Roseate Edinburgh?
The Roseate Edinburgh is situated in Edinburgh’s West End. The hotel, earlier known as the Dunstane Houses, is set across two newly refurbished, heritage Victorian townhouses and offers 35 luxurious rooms & suites, well appointed meetings & events spaces, a bar & restaurant, lounge, garden conservatory and private gardens.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Edinburgh area?
At The Roseate Edinburgh enjoy fine Scottish hospitality, bespoke rooms & suites that redefine luxury, well appointed meetings and events spaces and an exemplary dining experience.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The dining philosophy at The Roseate Edinburgh, well aligned with the entire portfolio of Roseate Hotels & Resorts, is designed to offer an outstanding culinary experience. The menu features cuisine prepared from the finest seasonal Scottish produce with a contemporary edge. The Dunstane Restaurant & Bar offers the widest and best selections of rare and vintage whiskies in Edinburgh, native to the magical Highlands.