The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian â âThe Caleyâ as itâs known by locals - is an Edinburgh institution. Once a grand Victorian railway hotel, it opened in 1903, above the now closed Princes Street railway station. Generations of visitors from near and far have enjoyed had unforgettable moments in the hotel for everything from such as choosing discovering a favorite whisky in the Caley Bar, to being married in lavish style. Champagne Afternoon Tea has become a local tradition, served daily in stunning surroundings. Admire the hotelâs original entrance from Princes Street, against the backdrop of the world famous Edinburgh Castle. With its central locale and proximity to boutique shopping on George Street, the best of Scotlandâs golf courses, the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) as well as onward local & international transport links, this Edinburgh city centre hotel makes an elegant setting for visitors, business travelers & events alike. The classically styled rooms with understated quality make your stay comfortable. Whilst the chic, oak paneled boardroom can eloquently host briefings and the stunning Castle Suite boast the most elegant interior of any ballroom in the city Edinburgh and can entertain 250 guests for conferencing and cocktails. The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian hotel is walking distance to Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) as well as only minutes from the designer stores and boutiques on George Street. The Castle Suite entertains 250 guests for conferencing and cocktails. The âCaleyâ has a full suite of wedding packages, tailoring both intimate gatherings and grand celebrations. A fully licensed venue for marriages and civil partnerships, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian Hotel provides a magical setting for the most special of days for unforgettable moments.
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Scotland's capital is rich in historic buildings and monuments, the mediaeval Old Town being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Edinburgh is famous for its year round calendar of festivals, the highlight being the Edinburgh International Festival and Fringe in August, which has launched the careers of many famous artistes.
The city lies within easy reach of two of the world's premier golf courses; enthusiasts can look forward to The Open at Muirfield in July 2013, and The Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in September 2014. Muirfield lies a few miles west along the coat from Edinburgh, overlooking the Firth of Forth, and Gleneagles is about an hour's drive to the north.
Access to the hotel by car is via Lothian Road only, traveling from the South to the North. From Lothian Road, Rutland Street can be accessed for the hotel's main entrance. We strongly advise consulting a street map prior to setting out your route.