In the leafy West End. Quiet and tranquil, yet minutes from the West End shops, restaurants and bars.
Extremely well thought out with everything from your luxury robe to all the latest gadgetry: flat sceen TV, DVD/CD, surround system and loaded iPod with docking station. There's also free WiFi. The three mews apartments have barbecues provided in their gardens for the few days a year it's warm enough.
Each apartment has a lounge area which has all the bells and whistles you might desire plus comfy chairs and couches to collapse into.
Eating and drinking
Food is all local, organic and seasonal. Breakfast menu includes the 'Naked Hottie' panini, using local sausages and haggis. Or the continental choices range from £2-£9. A full dining menu can be delivered to your apartment, day or night. Complimentary Mackies ice cream is included in the summer months.
In house spa treatments can be organised and, if you must work out, then there is a gym nearby which The Chester Residence can arrange for you to use.
Impeccable, the reputation is built on fabulous service. You will receive a complimentary hamper of Scottish produce if you're celebrating a special anniversary or occasion. You even get to choose the type of coffee you would like in your own Nespresso machine.
The staff can arrange private car hire, chauffeur service and car parking for £25 a day.
Who stays there
People who want to do things in their own way and in their own time without marching to the beat of someone else's drum. Mainly families, couples, friends and business travellers.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
Pros & Cons
- Location is quiet but so central
- Freedom to do what you like when you want
- The proportions of the rooms - big
- Stairs - there are a lot of them, especially if in a penthouse