The one-bedroom Directors’ Suite was once the bank’s boardroom, with some quirky features, a standalone bath and a 10-person dining table, ideal for hosting. On the 7th floor the three-bedroom penthouse has unmissable panoramic views of Edinburgh and can host drink receptions or just an intimate dinner for your party.
Regardless of which apartment you choose (none is exactly alike), every suite is equipped with a fully fitted kitchen, luxurious bathrooms and separate living and dining spaces.
Your own kitchen gives you the flexibility to make your own meals or order in should you choose, however on the 4th floor you will find The Register Club, open for breakfast, afternoon tea and evening drinks. A menu of light dishes is also available. On the ground floor sits Hawksmoor Restaurant, serving high quality steak and seafood dishes in the bank’s former reception hall.
In what was once the bank’s secure vaults is CaveFit, a fitness facility with all the equipment you could ever desire. Individual personal training sessions can easily be arranged.
From your base at The Edinburgh Grand a number of the very best golf courses Scotland (or indeed the world!) has to offer are right on your doorstep.
Although we can tailor packages to suit your personal preferences, we'd like to suggest:
Arrive in Scotland where you will be met by one of the Morton Golf team and escorted to your vehicle. Although, dressing head-to-toe in orange is not compulsory (!) in order to play the wonderful links of Gullane No. 1 it certainly worked for Rickie Fowler as he won the 2015 Scottish Open here. After golf, check into the 5-star Cheval The Edinburgh Grand for 4 nights.
The historic Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society traces its root back to 1761. They moved to their current site - on the western edge of Edinburgh in 1898 when the course was laid out by Willie Park Jnr., one of the founders of golf course architecture.The course has since has since been remodelled by Dr Alistair Mackenzie (1922), James Braid (1930) and Fred Hawtree (1974).
With a history as long and rich as most countries, Muirfield is truly one of the world's finest golf courses. On March 7th 1744 the Edinburgh Town Council presented a silver club for annual competition by 'The Gentleman Golfers'. In doing so they required that 'proper regulations' governing conditions of play, be written and the thirteen Rules of Play were duly produced. As a result, The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers was created. The rest, as they say is history, and with Open champions ranging from James Braid (1901 and 1906) through to Gary Player (1959) and Jack Nicklaus (1966) to Ernie Els (2002) and Phil Mickelson (2013) each step here is taken in the footprints of great champions.
The Royal Burgess Golfing Society is widely recognised as the oldest golf club in the world. In many ways that should be enough to endear the club to visiting golfers but the course itself is of the very highest standard. For the historian though, the club have taken great care in preserving that illustrious history and it literally drips from the walls of the clubhouse.
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