Hilton Opens New Edinburgh Hotel

The Hilton Edinburgh Carlton has officially opened, making it the eighth Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Scotland.  

All of Hilton Edinburgh Carlton’s rooms and suites come furnished with a 40-inch TV, Wi-Fi, and working spaces. Guests staying in executive rooms can enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks in the hotel’s Executive Lounge. The hotel’s restaurant, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse and Grill, offers local produce, a classic dining menu, and signature drinks.


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Hilton Edinburgh Carlton boasts seven conference rooms, holding up to 200 people; however, the Highland Suite – the main event room – offers panoramic views of the city through high arch windows and ceilings. Private events along with dedicated breakout spaces are also available to guests.

The hotel is a half-mile from Edinburgh Castle and the lively Princes Street, along with some of the UK’s top companies making it an ideal location for both business and leisure travelers. Other nearby attractions include: the Royal Mile and St. Giles’ Cathedral.   

In celebration of the hotel’s opening, Hilton HHonors members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels will receive 5,000 bonus points for a three-night minimum stay (valid through October 31) in addition to an exclusive member discount, free standard Wi-Fi, and digital check-in.

The hotel is owned and operated by Amaris Hospitality and is part of their 73-hotel portfolio across the UK and Ireland.

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