Does Alan Carr cause you to guffaw?
Perhaps you want to sing along to Abbamania or copy Michael Flatley’s nifty footwork?
Whatever your theatrical preferences, today’s Big Deal on a private dining experience at The Glasshouse Hotel is the perfect overture to your night at the theatre.
Situated right next to The Playhouse, Edinburgh’s Glasshouse is a stunning, contemporary hotel which is neatly tucked behind the 160 year old façade of the Lady Glenorchy Church on Greenside place.
Most Stylish Hotel
Named as the Most Stylish Hotel at this year’s Scottish Hotel Awards, The Glasshouse features a remarkable rooftop garden.
Before, or after your meal, it’s well worth taking a peak at the breath-taking views of Edinburgh and beyond.
Available seven days a week, for lunch or dinner, this offer is for a private dining experience for six people. Additional guests can be added at £35 per person, maximum ten guests in total.
The package includes exclusive hire of the Walter Scott or Louis Stevenson room, a three course menu and glass of sparkling wine for each guest.
The menu changes daily, with such dishes as smoked ham hock terrine with Glasshouse piccalilli and brioche crostini; corn-fed chicken breast with new potatoes, fennel and a green olive sauce followed by chocolate and coconut tart with minted cream.
Coffee and Glasshouse shortbread will round off your meal with a flourish.
The Glasshouse, part of Marriot’s Autograph Collection, had a refurbishment last year and has attracted lots of enthusiastic reviews on TripAdvisor. The hotel is rated a tremendous 4.5/5 and has over 350 reviews grading it as excellent.
With vouchers valid until the end of July 2015, this Big Deal would be ideal for a pre-theatre treat for family or friends.
Nick Cave, Dara O’Briain and Derren Brown all have dates at The Playhouse during the offer’s validity.
Of course, you don’t have to be a culture vulture to enjoy this offer.
This private dining experience at The Glasshouse would also make for a very memorable birthday or anniversary celebration.