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New Scottish HotelsFebruary 10, 2010 By: Jena Tesse Fox
Scotland has been seeing a bunch of hot new hotel openings in the last year—here are just a few worth noting.
Hotel Missoni, opened June 2009
This fashion-led Italian hotel has a prime location on the corner of George IV Bridge and the Royal Mile and just steps from Edinburgh Castle, Hotel Missoni is situated in the heart of Edinburgh. Designed by Creative Director Rosita Missoni (one of the original founders of Missoni) the interiors of Hotel Missoni are bold and dramatic. To reflect the hotel's location, Rosita has included pieces by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, including his famous Ladderback Chair. The hotel offers 136 rooms, a Bar Missoni, and Missoni Cucina restaurant.
New Hotel du Vin, opened January 2009
Another new addition to the Hotel du Vin family of luxury boutique hotels, the five-star Hotel du Vin Edinburgh is nestled deep in Edinburgh's Old Town and only a short walk from the historic Royal Mile. The hotel occupies the site of a former lunatic asylum (!) and has 47 suites. For dining and drinking, the Hotel du Vin Bistro has a mezzanine bar serving traditional European cuisine from the kitchen, alfresco and private dining, cigar shack, whisky snug and the La Roche tasting room.
The Spoons (Isle of Skye), opened July 2009
The Spoons is a purpose-built B&B on a working croft in North Skye on Loch Snizort and near Portree. The Spoons has three individually designed en suite bedrooms and an open plan guest dining and living room with a wood burning stove. Throughout the house there is a mixture of antique and contemporary furnishing and original artworks.
Blythswood Square, opened September 2009
This five-star, 85-bedroom Blythswood Square, was reborn when The Town House Company developed one of Glasgow's most famous historical buildings, the former Royal Scottish Automobile Club in Blythswood Square, which was built in 1823. The property has a selection of guest suites, feature bedrooms and apartments, including a penthouse suite with exclusive access, along with a spa, private event rooms and state-of-the-art screening room.