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Scottish Hotel Buildings

Contemporary Architecture in Scotland, UK

post updated 13 Feb 2021

Scottish Hotels

30 Aug 2017
Arisaig House, North West Scotland
Date built: 1863-64
Design: architect Philip Webb
Arisaig House south facade
photo © Adrian Welch
Arisaig House by Philip Webb in Scotland
e-architect directors visit the only Scottish country house designed by architect Philip Webb. The house is located close to the sea, in a commanding position on the Road to the Isles (Fort William to Mallaig, Highlands of Scotland).

Key Accommodation Buildings in Scotland, alphabetical:

Apex Hotel, Dundee
Apex Hotel Dundee
image from architects
Apex City Hotel, central Dundee, Tayside
This Tayside hotel has 154 luxury bedrooms. The accommodation is located in the city centre close to the River Tay.

Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire
Gleneagles Hotel
Gleneagles Hotel has a £3m Fitness centre called The Club complete with a 20 metre lap pool, leisure pool, jacuzzi, outdoor hot tub, gymnasium, aerobics dance studio, steam baths and saunas.

Hotel Missoni, Edinburgh
Hotel Missoni Scottish Hotel Buildings
photo © Adrian Welch
Hotel Missoni
G&V Royal Mile Hotel, Edinburgh is a “stunning, contemporary landmark, and the only five-star hotel on the historic Royal Mile, set in the heart of the Scottish capital. Iconic design characterised by our local Scottish, rich heritage. Stand out touches in all 136 guest rooms and suites overlooking the ancient capital. Nespresso machines, i-pod docks, LCD TV’s, free high speed Internet and other modern indulgences.

Prestonfield House Hotel, Priestfield Road, south Edinburgh
Prestonfield House Hotel
Opulence, theatre and luxury have been combined in James Thomson’s quirky and stylish reworking of this A-listed seventeenth century mansion where minimalism is banished and maximalism rules! In addition to the 22 dramatic and luxurious bedrooms and sumptuous suites, there is a new destination restaurant – Rhubarb – alongside a collection of stunning private diningrooms and romantic salons.

Radisson Hotel, Argyle Street, central Glasgow
Glasgow Radisson - Scottish Hotel Buildings
image by Andrew Lee
Glasgow Radisson Hotel

Sheraton Edinburgh
Sheraton Hotel, central-west Edinburgh
The Sheraton Hotel Edinburgh has three restaurants. The Sheraton Hotel Spa is called ONE and includes a pleinair spa facing west. The Hotel has seven floors containing 260 rooms.

Stobo Castle Spa
Stobo Castle Hotel, Scottish Borders
Located near Peebles in the tranquil Borders area of Scotland, ‘A’ listed Stobo Castle was built in 1811 under supervision by well known architects Archibald and James Elliot. It is a favourite retreat for celebrities and discerning spa enthusiasts who enjoy relaxation and pampering. The Spa now boasts a comprehensive range of five star treatments.

Edinburgh Hotel Buildings

Glasgow Hotel Buildings

Edinburgh:
Point Hotel

The Scotsman Hotel

Sheraton Hotel Spa Edinburgh

Radisson Hotel Edinburgh

Hilton Caledonian Hotel

Balmoral Hotel

Malmaison Hotel Edinburgh

Aberdeen:
Aberdeen Hotel Buildings

Malmaison Aberdeen Hotel

Aberdeen Holiday Inn Hotel

Aberdeen Justice Mill Lane Hotel

Union Street Hotel Aberdeen

Scottish Hotel Buildings Links

Scottish Hotel Spas

Gleneagles, Perthshire
Famous Scottish Hotel – Gleneagles Resort / Hotel Development

Bothwell Plaza, Glasgow
Bothwell Plaza Hotel

Information correct at time of posting – please check details with the hotel

Location: Scotland

Architecture in Scotland

Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list

Scottish Castles

Macallan Distillery in Speyside, Speyside, Highlands, Northern Scotland
Design: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP)

Macallan Distillery in Scotland
photo © Simon PricePA Wire
New Macallan Distillery in Speyside, Scotland

Scottish Architecture – Selection

Hotel Building Links

Hotel Buildings

Hotel Design Awards

Scottish Architect

Historic Scottish Houses

Comments or building suggestions / photos for the Scottish Hotel Architecture page welcome

Website: Visit Scotland