Hotel Indigo Edinburgh celebrates the BIG 5

8th of May, 2017 | Posted in Edinburgh, Hotel News Email Article | Print Article

Hotel Indigo Edinburgh on York Place kicked off its 5th birthday celebrations by welcoming guests and the local community to join them to celebrate. The hotel organised a photo party, tea and cake to raise money for partner charity, the Teapot Trust. Lynsay Findlay, General Manager of Hotel Indigo Edinburgh commented, “5 years on its great to see our neighbours come together to help us celebrate for a good cause.To mark this special occasion, we introduced Polaroid cameras, (Polaroid turns 70 this year!), to encourage staff and guests to create some instant take away memories with us. There is something quite magical about capturing a moment and not being able to filter or edit it to perfection. Our curious travellers can roam around the city with our new cameras, get creative and challenge themselves by capturing their most creative shots.”

Donations from the tea party were given to the Teapot Trust, the hotel’s partner charity to help provide professional art therapy to children coping with chronic illnesses.

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