SCOTTISH HOTELS ‘CESAR’ THE DAY

18th of October, 2018 | Posted in Hotel News Email Article | Print Article

Kinloch Lodge, Sleat, Isle of Skye and Knockendarroch Hotel in Pitlochry have been recognised with César awards from the Good Hotel Guide 2019, which was published earlier this month. Co-editors Adam Raphael and Ian Belcher said, “This year’s 2019 César winners have demonstrated excellence at every turn, providing guests with delicious food and warm hospitality. They have also succeeded in getting the all-important basics right, from a comfortable mattress or very good ambient lighting to that vital but often overlooked welcoming atmosphere and smooth service.”

In addition to the ten César awards, the Guide’s Editor’s Choice highlighted the top ten hotels in 16 designated categories the Three Chimneys (pictured) and The House Over-By, on the Isle of Skye, which was crowned one of the best ‘Restaurants-with-Rooms’. Meanwhile The Raeburn Hotel, Edinburgh made it into the Editors Top 10 discoveries list. The Guide features 860 properties in total – its highest number yet – with 424 main entries chosen for their excellent hospitality. A Shortlist section features an additional 436 properties.

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Hotel Scotland is a new publication (2017) from the publishers of DRAM - Scotland's leading on-trade magazine. Hotel Scotland is a newsy magazine which covers all aspects of the industry in Scotland. From who's who, to industry issues and refurbishments.
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