Luxury Scottish hotel suites reopen following two-year multi-million pound upgrade


Dunalastair Hotel Suites have reopened following an extensive two-year, multi-million renovation, led by owner Henley Homes.

The 32 new-look suites in Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, will be managed by Optimum Hotel Management and will aim to ‘redefine five-star luxury in Scotland’.

The suites come in five categories – from superior deluxe to family two bedroom suites – and have been designed by Phoenix Interior Design, who created a look of Scottish charm in a modern setting.

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The Suites also boast Edina’s Kitchen, where head chef Dan Merriman has created an all-day dining menu, alongside breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Dunalastair Hotel Suites was first converted into a hotel at the turn of the last century and was originally constructed as a local Highland Sporting Lodge.

Gregor Ritchie, managing director of Optimum Hotel Management says: “We are proud and delighted to have been appointed by Henley Homes to manage the hotel, which will redefine luxury hospitality in Scotland. Dunalastair Hotels Suites will be the flagship property in our portfolio and our aim with the opening is to ensure that each and every guest, whether from the local village or further afield has a relaxing and quintessentially Scottish experience, in-keeping with the destination.”

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