Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian
Built in 1903, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian is an award-winning 5-star luxury hotel in Edinburgh which features a convenient location and modern comfort set in a historic turn-of-the-20th-century building that once served as a Victorian-era railway station.
Located in the centre of the city, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian offers guests a selection of 241 stylishly-appointed guest rooms and suites, many featuring spectacular views of Edinburgh Castle. Our luxury hotel also offers convenient access to Edinburgh's world-famous events, including the Edinburgh International Festival, Fringe and Military Tattoo. Walk to local attractions, including the Old Town (a UNESCO World Heritage site), Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Edinburgh International Conference Centre as well as numerous shopping, dining and theatre venues.
With a laidback ‘grazing’ concept, our restaurant Grazing by Mark Greenaway showcases a mix of traditional, modern and sharing plates. Enjoy the stylish sophistication of Peacock Alley or experience the casual elegance of The Caley Bar offering a historic tribute to the luxury hotel's Victorian past. In the evening, savour selections from the ŕ la carte and tasting menus at The Pompadour.
After a long day, return to our Edinburgh luxury hotel and pamper yourself with French-style body and facial treatments at the UK’s only Guerlain Spa, offering a 12-meter pool, sauna, steam room and fitness centre. Play a round of golf at nearby championship courses. Host a romantic wedding ceremony in one of the hotel’s glamorous event venues, with room for up to 250 guests.
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh also has an elegant ballroom, eight meeting and banquet spaces with natural daylight and air-conditioning. Seamlessly blending our 18th-century heritage with contemporary technology, our venues include conference rooms, castle-view function suites, and ballrooms for 300 guests.
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This page was last updated: 13 May 2022