Edinburgh’s Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa has taken luxury to new heights with its new Club Floor ‘hotel within a hotel’ concept, which provides guests with an enhanced level of service and style.
As part of the hotel’s 25th anniversary and multi-million pound refurbishment, the Sheraton Grand has created an exclusive Club Level on the top floor with stunning Club Lounge, Club Guestrooms and Club Castle Rooms, which offer spectacular views of Edinburgh Castle and the historic cityscape.
Refined, relaxed and restful, the new Club Rooms offer a tasteful blend of subtle Scottish hues with contemporary materials, enhanced mood lighting and beautiful furnishings to create a comfortable, welcoming environment.
The new rooms offer elegant bathrooms, all featuring walk-in showers, spacious bathtubs and enticing toiletries; as well as the blissfully comfortable Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds, which have been expertly developed with ultrasonically sealed springs for a restful sleep.
For guests who want to stay connected to the outside world, the new rooms offer a cutting-edge Bluetooth media hub, cable and wireless internet access and a 37-inch interactive television.
Club guests also receive exclusive access to the bright and spacious new Club Lounge, which provides views of the Pentland Hills. Guests can enjoy continental breakfast, with a different delicious cooked option every day, and help themselves to a drink or snack throughout the day and canapés in the evening. The new Club Lounge also includes two 42 inch LCD HD TVs, touch screen computers and free Wi-Fi. In addition Club guests can also relax with Escape at One - a series of heat and water experiences, including the unique Thermal Suite and iconic rooftop Hydropool, at the award-winning One Spa.
The design of the Sheraton Grand’s new rooms has been undertaken by MKV Design, a leading interior design company exclusively servicing the international hospitality sector. The company’s portfolio includes Luxury Collection properties The Romanos in Costa Navarino, Greece and the Blue Palace Resort & Spa, Crete.
The Sheraton Grand Hotel is refurbishing of all its bedrooms and suites, increasing the number of rooms to 269 and creating an opulent Grand Suite. The two-bedroom Grand Suite is the hotel’s most luxurious offering, combining contemporary design in a classic palette with tasteful references to traditional Scottish style and spectacular views of Edinburgh Castle. The full refurbishment is due to be completed by autumn 2010.