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The Howard Hotel, Edinburgh

Overview: The Howard Hotel is a 5 star classically elegant and discreet hotel occupying three Georgian style buildings in Edinburgh’s historic New Town. The beautifully furnished 18 luxury rooms and suites are complimented by the hotel's own sophisticated luxury restaurant. The Atholl; originally intended as an intimate dining room for hotel guests has become extremely popular with local residents and business clientele, therefore reservations are highly recommended.

Originally built as homes in the 1820's, the three buildings that comprise The Howard Hotel are part of Edinburgh's New Town, developed when the Old Town, from the Castle to Holyrood Palace, out grew Press Release its boundaries. This area is now classified as the largest Historical Monument in Britain.

Project: A member of Palm Holdings purchased The Howard Hotel in December 2010. The purchase is an addition to our portfolio of unique and individualistic hotels in Edinburgh, and has led to the creation of "The Edinburgh Collection".

Location: 34 Great King Street. Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 6QH
Website: www.thehoward.com
Phone: +44 (0)131 557 3500

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