24 Royal Terrace was built in 1820 and designed by renowned Scottish architect William Playfair; this historic hotel is situated in the longest row of Georgian townhouses in the city.
The hotel boasts views over the Firth of Forth, backs on to the popular Edinburgh viewpoint Calton Hill and has its own stunning south facing garden. In the afternoons and evenings ‘wee plates’, sandwiches and platters can be enjoyed alongside a local beer or a glass of independently sourced wine. RT’s crowning glory is its whisky list, by regularly sourcing bottles from auction the list is ever changing giving a unique whisky experience every time you visit. The hotel is also home to a private original art collection of both Scottish and international artists, adorning the walls of the bedrooms, bar and central staircase leading to the hotels distinctive cupola.