Edinburgh Hotel Announces Completion of £1.2 Million Renovation, Showcasing Grandeur and Luxury

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After a £1.2m refurbishment, The Rutland, The Huxley, and Kyloe in Edinburgh have reopened with new interiors and a fresh look.

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Originally built in the early 1800s, The Rutland’s renovation aimed to honor the building’s history. The redesign features nine newly decorated rooms, each showcasing artwork inspired by some of Scotland’s most iconic brands. Design touches include Mulberry wallpaper and a ‘bath butler’ package with products from Arran Aromatics. Guests can also enjoy a fully stocked bar cart with Scottish drinks like Cold Town Beer and Edinburgh Gin, as well as various Johnnie Walker whiskies.

The same building houses The Huxley and Kyloe, both of which have undergone recent updates by Birmingham-based interior design company Tibbatts Abel.

The Huxley’s menu has been revamped to focus on Scottish classics with an American twist, set against a backdrop that combines retro Americana with Art Deco elements. In Kyloe, the menu remains the same, but the decor has been upgraded to create a more luxurious dining experience.

Louise MacLean, business development manager for owner Signature Pubs, said: “We want our guests to feel at home and to enjoy affordable Scottish luxury. This could be through our curated cocktail menus, gourmet dining, amenities from brands like GHD and Nespresso, or our ‘bath butler’ package that lets you have your bath run for you with Arran Aromatic products while you relax or dine.”

While each venue has a unique character and design, they share a common goal of providing unforgettable experiences with exceptional Scottish hospitality in an iconic Edinburgh setting, catering to international tourists, business visitors, and locals alike.

Signature Group encompasses more than 20 bars, restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, and a brewery, with locations in Aberdeen, Glasgow, Bridge of Allan, and Edinburgh.

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