Edinburgh hotel relaunches after multi-million pound conversion to Hotel Indigo

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A hotel in Edinburgh has relaunched following a multi-million pound conversion to become a Hotel Indigo-branded property in the city.

The Royal British Hotel, located on Princes Street, will now officially operate under the Hotel Indigo name following the Cairn Group successfully refinancing £101m in a deal earlier this year, which freed up £50m for acquisition and development.

The hotel is home to 64 bedrooms, which has all been redeveloped to match Hotel Indigo’s brand standards, with the USP of ‘living like a local’ threaded through the property.

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As well as the bedrooms, the hotel has a new-look lobby and reception, plus new cocktail bar Juniper.

Naveen Handa, director at Cairn Group, said: “It’s an exciting time for the business as we launch Hotel Indigo Edinburgh Princes Street – a landmark hotel in the city. Edinburgh has such a vibrancy about it and is the perfect place to house a Hotel Indigo branded property.

“As a result of the conversion and significant investment, the hotel has had its offering for guests enhanced, as well as bringing new jobs to the city and creating opportunities for staff progression and development.

 

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