Take a look inside the most expensive hotel rooms in Edinburgh

With their Scone and Crombie suite going for £5,250 per night, the Balmoral is the most expensive hotel in Edinburgh.

Wednesday, 11th September 2019, 4:28 pm
How many times have you walked past without a second thought?

With people walking past the iconic building on Princes Street everyday, they may not realise the full extent of the luxury within - now is your chance to take a look inside the most expensive hotel in Edinburgh.

An iconic building in the heart of the city, the Balmoral offers up stunning views of Edinburgh castle, Michelin-starred dining, award winning afternoon tea and even a spa.
Named after the Scottish palace of Scone in Perthshire and the historic Crombie Castle in Aberdeenshire, the suite is luxurious to the maximum. Custom-made tapestry Devnshire Swans wallpaper, opulent furnishings and more
For added luxury, the Scone and Crombie Suite boasts a working fireplace, as well as an amazing Italian marble and mosaic bathroom with a freestanding bathtub and separate shower.

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Botanical, natural accents are woven throughout the Scone and Crombie Suite, with the colour scheme a delicate spread of blues and greys, nodding to the Scottish skies and lochs
The Scone and Crombie can be tranformed into either a two or three bedroom suite. The bedroom boasts a supremely comfortable king sized bed, with two extra beds for children available upon request
With large windows allowing in scores of natural light, the Glamis Suite holds the likes of incredible velvet sofas, antiques and even an original fireplace, with hand picked collections of books and records.
The Glamis Suite boasts 105 square meters of space, with an amazing king sized bed. The Glamis Suite can be interconnection with an executive room, making it a three bedroom suite perfect for families
The Glamis Suite is named after Scotland's most beautiful castle, and the childhood home of The Queen Mother.
It's the hand picked collections of books and records that make this spacious room a homely haven, complemented by the likes of exquisite drapes, wallpapers and Scottish baronial furniture
In the bathroom, you'll find Arabascato marble, a free standing bath and an amazing walk in shower, of course stocked with exquisite Asprey toiletries. Don't forget the spectacular Rocco Forte Hotels bathrobe and slippers
The design of the Bowes-Lyon suite aims to blend heritage with modernity, style and character. It holds an unusual layout, with large, porthole style windows - it's a suite with character
The rooms have been meticulously designed to portray decadence and luxury for its guests
The Bowes-Lyon Suite was inspired by a former patron of the hotel, The Queen Mother, born Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. It offers unmatched views over Princes Street, giving guests a real flavour for the Scottish capital
The bedroom benefits from soothing tones of heather which is designed to create a relaxing ambience, where the king sized bed is complemented by designer throws to give you the perfect nights sleep
Within the Bowes-Lyon Suite you'll find sofas of incredible green velvet with leafy drapes designed to evoke the verdant countryside. The wonderful dining area is bathed in natural light, making it perfect for relaxing breakfast