Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian HotelPrinces Street, Eh1 2ab, (Ex. Caledonian Hilton) Edinburgh / United Kingdom
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian Hotel Amenities
- local_parking car park
- directions_bike bicycle rental
- accessible access for disabled
- wifi Wi-Fi
- local_bar bar
- account_balance business centre
- child_friendly baby sitting
- pool outdoor pool
- hot_tub sauna
- local_cafe cafe
- card_travel porter
- people meeting room
- fitness_center fitness center
- network_cell internet access
- room_service Room Service
- phone telephone
- restaurant_menu restaurant
- pool indoor pool
- flash_on high speed internet
- directions_car car rental services
- cached currency exchange
- local_laundry_service laundry
- directions_bike bicycle lot
- video_call conference
- vpn_key safety box
- shopping_cart Boutiques / Stores / Shops
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian Hotel Information
Situated on Princes Street, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian luxury hotel has a modern leisure club and impressive views over Edinburgh Castle. George Street's bars, restaurants and shops are less than a 5-minute walk away. There is free WiFi in public areas.
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian is set in a grand railway building, made from local sandstone. In Edinburgh’s West End, the hotel is next to Princes Street Gardens, and former guests include Nelson Mandela and Sean Connery.
The spacious, 5-star rooms at Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian each have a flat-screen TV, a luxurious bathroom with designer toiletries, and fluffy bathrobes.
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian Hotel Exterior
It is a traditional building and is one of Edinburgh's most distinguished hotels. It was originally built in 1903 as part of the old Caledonian railway station. It does have a wing which was built in later years.
Fine dining in beautiful surroundings, the Pompadour serves award winning creative cuisine and a wide range of wines. A first class venue for a romantic dinner for 2 or an elegant evening out, you can relax and enjoy the friendly and informal service. Located on the hotel’s Entresol level, many tables have views over Edinburgh Castle. Dress code: smart-casual. Chisholm’s Brassiere Restaurant:
The informal restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu features snacks as well as Scottish and international specialities, from Haggis to Caesar Salad.
Located on the ground floor, the lounge is a comfortable place for you to read the newspaper or enjoy a coffee or sandwich from the snack menu. It overlooks the Castle and becomes a stunning venue for traditional afternoon tea.
The Caley Bar:
Adjacent to Chisholm’s Restaurant, the bar has a street entrance and is open to both residents and locals. Here you can enjoy coffees and snacks during daytime, as well as a wide range of beers, whiskies and cocktails. The new and improved Caley Bar offers a relaxed and informal area in which to unwind after a long day.
Henry J.Beans Bar & Grill:
American-style fast food and drinking venue, hugely popular amongst the local community, this bar and grill is famous for its wide range of cocktails. Entrance is from the street, inside the hotel building, but not connected to the hotel’s public areas.