The hotel, which is run by Surgeons Quarter, revealed 40 refurbished rooms alongside its new ‘Big Snug’ private dining space which capacity for 50 diners. The remaining work will include the installation of a gym, complete with 18 pieces of Technogym equipment and weights.
In 2018, the hotel increased its number of rooms by nearly 70% to take its total offering to 129 rooms, making it the largest independent hotel in Edinburgh. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the hotel provided over 2,137 free nights of accommodation and thousands of meals to frontline key workers.
Scott Mitchell, managing director at Surgeons Quarter, told Edinbugh Reporter, said: “Refurbishing the remainder of Ten Hill Place has been a plan of ours since we completed the hotel’s extension in 2018.
“With strict social distancing rules in place and in line with government guidelines, we have been working with Thomas Johnstone and local contractors to ensure work is carried out as safely as possible for everyone.”
He added: “We are looking forward to fully completing the next step in our hotel’s journey, which we hope will finish next month. The refurbishment will give us a greater platform to enable the hotel to reach its full potential, furthering our current offering and assisting our charitable aims.”