Supreme luxury in Scotland's finest hotels
With so many cancelled trips and holidays abroad, it's the perfect time to book a staycation - and spend the extra money on the upgrade you've always longed for.
To help you decide, we've curated some of the best Suites that Scotland has to offer. All Luxury Scotland members, some have breath-taking views across mountain tops and mirror-still lochs, while others offer some of the finest heritage stays, anywhere. So why not have a look and grab some inspiration for your next trip.
Following an extraordinary restoration to the historical 17th century Baronial mansion, The Auld House is the prestigious home to a collection of 14 exquisitely restored suites. Guests residing here can expect luxury accommodation as standard, whilst indulging in enhanced amenities to deliver a personal suite experience.
Please note: Cameron House is due to re-open in September 2021.
Fonab Castle Hotel
Fonab Castle’s flagship Penthouse Suite sits on the building’s fourth floor with unrivalled views over the Perthshire Highlands. Inside, Ulf Mortiz glass studded wallpaper adorns the walls which are beautifully decorated in muted velvet creams. Its separate dressing room with power shower adds extra luxury.
Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa
Situated above the famous 17th fairway of the Old Course, the Royal & Ancient Suite offers spectacular views across the links courses to the sea from its floor-to-ceiling windows and balcony. Tactile fabrics and eye-catching detail can be found throughout this suite, which features a separate sitting room.
Aiming to become Scotland's finest castle apartment, the four bedroom Endeavour Apartment sits high above the West Coast of Scotland, offering extraordinary views of the iconic Ailsa Craig island, the Isle of Arran, and the Mull of Kintyre and features a media room with seating for 12 and a library and games room as well as lounge and dining room, private chef and personal butler.
This 17th century castle has a sections of stunning Suites, each decorated in a period style and named in honour of its historical custodians. Every room is finished with stunning period window and bed dressings and complemented with original antique furniture and luxuriously over-sized beds.
The Dunstane Houses
The spacious, elegant Dunstane Suite comes with a roll-top copper bath, inviting king-size bed and sweeping views. Dressed in eye-catching prints, heritage tweeds and rich velvets, it is the finest room in Dunstane House. Soak up views of the Pentland Hills and Edinburgh’s cityscape from the roll-top copper bath in the bay window, cosy up in the king-size Vispring bed or sample the minibar’s hand-picked artisanal treats.
The magnificent Skerryvore Suite is the former quarters of HRH The Princess Royal, who spent time on Fingal in her role of Patron to the Northern Lighthouse Board. This exceptional suite comes with its own private deck and a private dining area for entertaining.
Built by Lord Strathcona in 1896, this impressive hotel sits majestically overlooking Glencoe, Scotland’s most famous Highland landscape. The Glencoe House Suites are situated in the mansion house where you occupy your own wing of the historic building and enjoy panoramic sea and mountain vistas
This beautiful 19th century Scottish castle, near Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland, offers some truly spectacular Suites. During a trip to Balmoral in 1873, Queen Victoria spent a week at Inverlochy sketching and painting where she wrote in her diaries 'I never saw a lovelier or more romantic spot'.
The Schloss Roxburghe Junior Suite is a spacious home from home surrounded by luxury. The imposing canopy bed, elegant décor and exquisite furnishings guarantee a stylish stay. A cosy sitting area with open fire provides an intimate setting to unwind before getting dressed up to the nines for dinner. The Suite is complemented by a generous bathroom with free standing bath, walk in shower and underfloor heating.
Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa
Overlooking Edinburgh Castle, the exquisitely appointed Grand Suite is a true highlight of the hotel. With an imaginative interior, state-of-the-art technology and superior levels of service, a stay in the Grand Suite promises to be an unforgettably luxurious experience. With a private lobby, spacious cloakroom and two stunning bedrooms, the Grand Suite is ideal for family or group visits.
The impressive 1887 Suite is named after the year The Torridon house was built. Victorian-themed with contemporary touches, this vast suite with emperor bed, living room, bathroom with separate shower room is the ultimate choice for a celebratory stay.