Scotland now acts as the host to ‘The Atholl,’ vastly hailed as the most expensive hotel in the country even in the times of economic turmoil when the Britain’s economy officially slid into the ‘double-dip recession’ since the 1970s. The Atholl, located in the heart of Edinburgh‘s plush New Town, promises to offer exceptional luxury to highly affluent travelers who love to lead luscious lifestyles, whatsoever. The Scotland’s most expensive luxury hotel is designed to make the distinguished guests feel at home in a luxury apartment-inspired interiors, rather than in a hotel to make them feel comfortable, The Atholl wants to be known as the ultimate luxury vacation spot for the world’s most well-off travelers.
This majestic and fancy hotel with its noteworthy level of hospitality and bespoke elegance, stands at par with some of the most exotic hotels in the world. The Atholl offers a world-class menu service with unmatched in-suite dining, further combined with in-room wine cellars which features some of the greatest wines in the world.
With ‘privacy’ as the marketing factor, this most expensive luxury hotel is all about hospitality, as the guests at this majestic hotel check-in straight to their very own private suites, dismissing the need to wait at hotel lobbies or seen by a lot of people. The hotel provides its high-heeled guests with an array of very luxurious accommodation in its four spectacular and posh suites, named Palmerston, Cluny, Abercromby and Dundonald, with each one featuring a 60-inch 3D TV in the lounge area. Not just a TV, it’s a 3D TV. Priced at $1,620 to $4,050, each of the four suites has its own dining room. Not contented with just a dining room, this hotel provides a personal chef specially trained by Albert Henri Rous, a Michelin three star chef with his first venture north of border, to personally cook for you inside your suite giving you the best luxurious treat you could ever experience.