Cole Porter wrote that he loved Paris in the spring but only because he hadn’t seen Edinburgh in the winter.
Snap up today’s Big Deal on an overnight stay at The Hotel Indigo and see the capital in all its sparkly, frost-rimed glory.
With vouchers valid until the beginning of March 2013, this offer would make a tremendous Christmas present. Who wouldn’t want a break in Edinburgh to look forward to?
Set in the heart of Edinburgh city centre and steeped in history itself, the category A listed Hotel Indigo occupies five original Georgian townhouses.
A confident blend of historic features and contemporary comforts, the hotel is ideally located to see the best that this great city has to offer.
This splendid offer is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay (Thu/Sun/Mon) in a king room with executive upgrade at The Hotel Indigo, Edinburgh. A bottle of chilled Prosecco and a welcome plate of treats will be waiting for you in your room and you can choose whether to have afternoon tea in the hotel’s lovely Turquoise Thistle Restaurant on the day of arrival or departure. In the morning, a full Scottish breakfast, or continental if you prefer, will set you up for a day sight-seeing or shopping around Edinburgh.
With this offer, guests will stay in a king room with executive upgrade. Individually styled, these rooms offer a super king size bed with luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets; free WiFi; a media hub for your MP3, iPod or laptop; a mini bar with complimentary soft drinks and fresh milk; a hot drinks tray; Aveda toiletries and rainfall showers.
Your offer includes your choice of a full Scottish breakfast or a continental start to the day in the Turquoise Thistle Restaurant. The deal also includes a mouth-watering afternoon tea that showcases the best of Scottish produce.
Think along the lines of smoked salmon and crowdie cheese on a herb drop scone; Ayrshire ham and Kintyre brie in a croissant and sultana and whisky scones.
See & do
Calton Hill, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s birth place and Edinburgh Playhouse are all within easy striking distance of The Hotel Indigo while major attractions such as Edinburgh Castle, the National Museum of Scotland and the National Galleries are a short stroll away. Harvey Nicks and the boutiques of George Street can be reached in less than ten minutes.
The Hotel Indigo in Edinburgh has gained a lot of friends since opening earlier this year. This is what one recent TripAdvisor reviewer had to say:
‘Great hotel. We booked to celebrate my husband’s birthday & they were so helpful… Our rooms were fab & breakfast was very good too. All in all a very good hotel & central to everything. Would definitely go back again.’