Number of Rooms
Seen in (tv/movie)
Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic historical adventure novel, Kidnapped (1886)
Type of Architecture
Meetings, Remote Work, Events, A Night Out, City Break, Couples
Gleneagles’ Townhouse is a luxury city hotel, with an all-day restaurant, roof terrace and private members’ club with incredible city views. Situated in St. Andrew Square – one of Edinburgh’s most iconic Georgian squares – created in the 1760s, and designed by well known Scottish architect, James Craig. Within a few years of completion, St Andrew Square became one of the most desirable and most fashionable residential areas in the city.
An impressive building with six towering Corinthian columns located in historic Edinburgh, the former British Linen Bank makes quite an impression in a city known for it’s architectural flavor. With a style that harkens back to Roman-times, the property is flanked by six columns that elevate into six statues designed by A. Handyside Ritchie; representing Navigation, Commerce, Manufacture, Science, Art and Agriculture.
Bringing together Edinburgh's diverse mix of dreamers, innovators and explorers - conversations will flow in our members-only spaces.
Whether its a private celebration or team planning, you can find the perfect environment at Gleneagles Townhouse
The Townhouse offers some of the liveliest eating and drinking experiences in the city, including all-day restaurant The Spence and rooftop bar Lamplighters, with views across Edinburgh’s iconic skyline. A dedicated training, treatments and therapies space for members and hotel guests. It’s more than a gym. It’s state-of-the-art tech and curated experiences for holistic wellness. With innovative technologies including a cryotherapy chamber and infrared sauna, our goal is to enhance your wellness journey through movement, restoration and recovery.
Down in the bank’s former vault, house guests and members have access to our dedicated treatments and therapy space, The Strong Rooms.
The Gleneagles Townhouse
39 St Andrew Square
Edinburgh EH2 2AD