The Caledonian-Waldorf Astoria
PRINCES STREET Edinburgh, EH12AB GB
Edinburgh area: Edinburgh City
4 customer reviews The Caledonian-Waldorf Astoria
241 rooms, 7 floors
The Caledonian A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, The Caley, as it's known by locals, is an Edinburgh institution. Once a grand Victorian railway hotel, it opened in 1903 above the now-closed Princes Street railway station. Generations of visitors from near and far have had unforgettable moments in the hotel for everything from discovering a favorite whiskey in the Caley Bar to being married in lavish style. Champagne Afternoon Tea has become a local tradition, served daily in stunning surroundings. Admire the hotel's original entrance from Princes Street against the backdrop of the world-famous Edinburgh Castle. With its central locale and proximity to boutique shopping on George Street, the best of Scotland's golf courses, and the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), as well as onward local, international transport links this Edinburgh city centre hotel and makes an elegant setting for visitors and business travelers alike.
The classically styled rooms with understated quality make your stay comfortable. While the chic, oak-paneled boardroom can eloquently host briefings and the stunning Castle Suite boasts the most elegant interior of any ballroom in the city, this property can entertain 250 guests for conferencing and cocktails. The Caledonian A Waldorf Astoria Hotel is only minutes from the designer stores and boutiques on George Street. The Caley has a full suite of wedding packages tailoring both intimate gatherings and grand celebrations. A fully licensed venue for marriages and civil partnerships is found at the The Caledonian A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, which provides a magical setting for the most special of days for unforgettable moments.
Galvin Brasserie De Luxe
The chic but informal Galvin Brasserie de Luxe brings Parisian style to the heart of Edinburgh and the design theme pays homage to the grand urban French bistros of Paris and Lyon with its highly polished surfaces ceramic tiles archetypal lighting and reflecting mirrors.
Experience a number of dining options for entertaining socialising business gatherings a discreet one-to-one meeting or parties. Have a light lunch at the seafood counter an ideal place for single diners or to whet your palate before dining at your table. Book the Salon Prive for private dining for up to 16 guests or a stand-up cocktail party for up to 30.
Savor the menu created by the Galvin brothers featuring a blend of classic French brasserie favourites and local seasonal specialties including Prixe Fixe plats du jour Scottish Crustacea and a la carte menus. The kitchen is overseen by award-winning executive chef Craig Sandle.
The Galvin Brasserie de Luxe epitomises the style cuisine and atmosphere
The Pompadour by Galvin
Originally named The Pompadour Restaurant this elegant restaurant first opened in 1925 at the heyday of Victorian railway travel to serve the rich and famous of the time for which The Caledonian was the hotel of choice in Scotland.
Having been restored to its former splendour the Pompadour by Galvin continues its tradition of classical French excellence under the guidance of the Galvin brothers.
Savor selections from the la carte and tasting menus that feature classical French-inspired dishes prepared with locally sourced seasonal Scottish ingredients as well as traditional Scottish and English favourites. The Galvin brothers showcase the very best of the region*s produce presented in their unique style. Appreciate the specially selected collection of French regional wines that has been created by the highly experienced sommelier to complement each of the menu selections.
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