The Apex Grassmarket hotel in Edinburgh,
Scotland has completed a multi-million pound refurbishment.
The investment – which is part of a Ł15
million package of improvements across the Apex Hotels’ portfolio
throughout 2018 – saw all 169 bedrooms transformed.
The revitalised bedrooms, some of which enjoy
views of Edinburgh Castle, now have a calm, Scandinavian feel with
contemporary grey patterned carpets and strong contrasts between
light and dark.
As part of Apex’s #WarmerWelcome campaign, each
bedroom now comes with a new in-room handbook full of helpful tips
from wellbeing expert and Apex ambassador Celynn Morin, helping
guests to rejuvenate, focus or relax, and get the most out of
Guests in executive rooms and above will also be
able to enjoy an in-room luxury Elemis pillow spray to help aid
sleep and a selection of teas such as camomile to relax or green
tea for rejuvenation alongside healthy snacks including tasty sea
salt popcorn and indulgent dark chocolate cocoa pouches.
Alan Taylor, General Manager of Apex Grassmarket
Hotel, said, “With tourists attracted to the city for a wide range
of world- renowned festivals and a popular conference destination,
the seven figure refurbishment will ensure that our guests enjoy
Apex’s signature warmer welcome in stylish and modern
surroundings. The work carried out has been fantastic and we
are proud of the new look, so much so we are looking forward to
welcoming both visitors from the area and further afield to enjoy
our new and enhanced offering within Edinburgh’s Old Town.”
As part of the Ł15 million refurbishment
programme, improvements are also underway to two further Edinburgh
Apex Hotels – Haymarket and Waterloo Place – as well as Apex
Temple Court Hotel in London.
Multi-million pound refurbishment works at Apex
City Quay Hotel & Spa and Apex City of London Hotel have