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Sensational new Luxury Edinburgh experiences

Luxury Edinburgh has created a host of sensational experiences, giving visitors the perfect excuse to visit the magical city: Sensory Edinburgh: designed to awaken the senses through a potent combination of aphrodisiacal accommodation at the suites at The Witchery by the Castle, a sensuous spa experience at the award-winning One Spa, a blindfolded sensory dinner presented by the Executive Chef at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, and a luxury cashmere sensation at Belinda Robertson Cashmere. From £370 per person, per night. Shopping Heaven: an über-stylish experience showcasing the fabulously chic elements of the city, featuring butler service at The Howard and people spotting over designer handbags at Harvey Nichols, the city’s ultimate luxury designer destination. From £145 per person, per night. Girly Indulgence: a gloriously girly experience featuring the full glitz and glamour required with accommodation for four at the Edinburgh Residence – a fantastically luxurious alternative to a five-star hotel, girly gossip in the Serail Mud Chamber at the city’s award-winning One Spa, a chic and stylish lunch over pasta and pinot grigio at Santini Restaurant, and a Cocktail Master Class with dinner at Harvey Nichols. From £168 per person, based on four people sharing for one night.   Luxury Romance: a divinely decadent and truly romantic experience to get you in the mood, with luxury accommodation at Prestonfield – a fab-tastic boutique hotel, Michelin-starred dining at Restaurant Martin Wishart, and a wedding consultation – well, you never know – by Miss Love Weddings. From £270 per person, per night. Healthy Edinburgh: designed to make you feel good, look good and discover a whole new healthy you, with a holistic spa journey at the award-winning One Spa, one of Europe’s most advanced city spas, plus luxury accommodation at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa. From £390 per person, based on two people for two nights.   Castle to Coast: this experience showcases the city’s finest gems, from the historic charm of the medieval Old Town, to the charming and cobbled dockside location of the Port of Leith and the coastal towns of East Lothian, featuring city-centre accommodation at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Michelin magic at Martin Wishart’s charming dockside restaurant, and a private tour of Edinburgh Castle. From £265 per person, per night.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Telegraph.

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  1. I second the Witchery Restaurant. Ask for their reserve wine list, as it is seperate from the one they give you at the table, with an incredible selection!

  2. I can certainly recommend the Sheraton One Spa and Martin Wishart’s Restaurant. Also can recommend Harvey Nichols for shopping and Edinburgh is fabulous during the festival in August – the city has a great atmosphere and lots going on. Enjoy!

  3. I have stayed at the Witchery by the Castle. It is very nice as a one off. The suites are lovely but there are a few things that make it feel less luxurious than some other Edinburgh hotels.

    For one, the breakfast delivered to your room is just continental. Also, some of the rooms are across the road from the hotel.

    If you want a more luxurious feel and a cooked breakfast in bed, The Scotsman is also an excellent choice.

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