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Cheval The Edinburgh Grand, Edinburgh, London

Cheval The Edinburgh Grand, Edinburgh, London

A LUXURY LANDMARK IN EDINBURGH’S NEW TOWNCHEVAL THE EDINBURGH GRANDis a luxury all-apartment Residence located in the beating heart of Edinburgh, available to book for any length of stay, from one night to one year or more. This former bank on a corner of the prestigious St Andrew Square has been beautifully restored to its former glory, housing 50 fully equipped apartments with options to accommodate from one to six guests. Each apartment is a showcase of contemporary interior design matched to the building’s historic past. Authentic fittings including dark wood paneling, fireplaces, brass door handles, and decorative Corningware seamlessly woven into the modern décor.The building features a stunning three-bedroom penthouse on the top floor providing unrivaled 360degree panoramic views of Edinburgh and beyond from its expansive terrace. There is also a signature one-bedroom Directors’ Suite apartment with a private dining space for up to 10 guests. Residents and guests can take advantage of the cocktail bar and lounge The Register Club on the 4th floor, and on the ground floor and basement level (site of the bank’s original vault), guests will find steakhouse restaurant Hawksmoor, The Café Bar, Restaurant & Night venue Lady Libertine and The CaveFit gym.

Welcome to Cheval The Edinburgh Grand, a luxury all-apartment Residence located in the beating heart of Edinburgh, available to book for any length of stay, from one night, to one year or more.

Situated on St Andrew Square in the city’s New Town area, the Residence pays homage to its former life as an historic banking landmark, The National Bank of Scotland. The well-known building has been beautifully renovated to house 50 fully equipped serviced apartments, with options to accommodate from one to six guests. Each apartment seamlessly incorporates the building’s historic roots with slick contemporary design, and the interior décor has been intricately chosen to enhance authentic features including original dark wood panelling, fireplaces, brass door handles and decorative cornicing.

Only a short walk from the city’s main railway station, Waverley, and well-placed for shopping and dining out, Cheval The Edinburgh Grand is the ideal spot from which to discover the past and present of Scotland’s vibrant capital city.


A suite with a difference, this is where the decision to stay will most definitely be met with board approval. Following the footprint of the original bank’s board of directors’ dining room, this is a space that ticks all the boxes.

At one end you’ll find a fully equipped spacious kitchen leading to a lounge area, offering comfortable days of relaxation on sofas and armchairs with footstools, thoughtfully placed in front of the large flat-screen TV. Period features, including original fireplaces and gold accent wood panelling, which add to the gentrified atmosphere of the space, offset by some seriously contemporary detailing throughout.

The middle of the apartment houses a large table that seats ten guests and is perfect for nights dedicated to showing off your culinary skills. And when all that gets just a little bit too much, you’re only a hop and skip away from a set of double doors that lead into the large cognac wood-panelled Master Bedroom with king-size bed. Tucked behind the bed is an artfully designed space, where a deep bathtub waits, alongside all the bathroom paraphernalia needed, including luxe Malin + Goetz toiletries.


Nothing says Penthouse like the top floor of a celebrated art deco building in the centre of Edinburgh. Completely reconfigured from the original build, the space has been renovated to offer three super king bedrooms, each with stunning en-suite bathroom, contemporary technology and a floor-to-ceiling glazed wall meaning you won’t miss out on the view.

Entering through a spacious corridor where long horizontal windows have been cleverly designed to showcase Edinburgh from a different vantage point, the apartment opens onto an expansive kitchen, living and dining area. Set against an immense glass backdrop, the space boasts some seriously major panoramas, across the city to Arthur’s Seat, the Firth of Forth and beyond.

Necessities such as dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer dryer are all elegantly encased in designer cabinets, whilst the kitchen island and breakfast bar, make a contemporary statement. The stunning glass, circular table with seating for eight, offers the perfect place to gather, as does the arrangement of comfy seating complete with corner sofa.

And to top it off, step from the luxury of your indoor space to a more-than-worthy outdoor roof terrace. We’re talking a giant wrap-around space with ample room for al fresco dining, lounging and general hobnobbing at lofty heights.

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