A design for business and leisure
The transformation of the Sheraton Grand Hotel into a contemporary flagship was guided by the absolute requirement to meet the expectations of diverse groups and individual guests as well as local visitors. By extensively reconfiguring most of the public areas, space was rediscovered to become new areas in which to work and play, and guestrooms, while not large to begin with, were redesigned to feel more spacious while actually becoming a little smaller to accommodate new luxury bathrooms.
- Hotel Corporation of Edinburgh
- 269 rooms, public areas, restaurant & bar
- Completed 2011