The Nira Caledonian, a luxury boutique hotel in Edinburgh city centre is a sanctuary for worldly, well-travelled individuals…people who value easy-going sincerity more than rigid rules and stuffiness.
In a period residence that was once home to Christopher North, a renowned 19th century essayist, bon viveur and hedonist, the boutique Edinburgh hotel continues the tradition he set.
In fact, with 24-hour room service and complimentary Wi-Fi, the hotel is perfectly suited to the pursuit of pleasure and the promotion of commerce.
Each room and suite within the hotel accommodation in Edinburgh is unique, with its own opulent character, period features and quirky charm. At the same time, each is equipped with the latest in high-tech hospitality. The beds feature 2000 pocket springs with deep sumptuous fillings and the pillows are duckfeather and down. All rooms and suites have free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen multi-channel television, DVD player, iPod docking station, direct-dial telephone and a Nespresso machine serving a range of Grands Crus coffee.
The cuisine at the restaurant in Edinburgh is natural, fresh and often organic, with ingredients farmed, caught, raised or bred in Scotland. The beef has been raised in a traditional and sustainable manner in the wilds of the Scottish Highlands, the rare-breed pork and lamb are organically farmed in the rolling hills of the Scottish borders and the fish is from the Highland lochs and North Sea.
With over 25 Scotch whisky blends and single malts, the bar also focuses on local flavours.
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