Overnight Accommodations

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    Nights  1-2

    The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel

    Glasgow, Scotland

    Glasgow’s Blythswood Square has been a prestigious address since the early 19th century. Overlooking a private garden square, the square’s Georgian townhouses were originally home to wealthy merchants; later, they were turned into the club headquarters for The Royal Scottish Automobile Club, and ultimately became The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel – one of Glasgow’s best-established and most luxurious hotels, and the only one with an AA five-star accreditation. Widely acclaimed for its exceptional service, and winner of Hotel Manager of the Year at the 2017 Scottish Hotel Awards, The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel is being spruced up for the 21st century, with a multi-million pound refurbishment that will refresh all of the existing guest rooms and suites with an elegant, new look; create new suites and guest rooms; and upgrade the Spa reception area and lounge. The hotel also includes a grand-floor restaurant and first-floor bar (the Salon); both overlook the Square and will also be refurbished over the course of 2018.

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    Nights  3-4

    Kingsmills Hotel

    Inverness, Scotland

    Crowned heads, heads of state, celebrities (including, back in the day, Scotland’s famed poet Robert Burns), and discerning visitors from around the world have all enjoyed the warm highland hospitality of the Kingsmills Hotel over the decades. Located just outside the charming capital city of the Scottish Highlands, its spacious, comfortable guest rooms, facilities and amenities that include a range of available leisure activities and its most accommodating and friendly staff make it a wonderful choice.

    Tauck Guests enjoy complimentary Internet access in guest rooms!

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    Nights  5-7

    The Balmoral

    Edinburgh, Scotland

    Without a doubt, The Balmoral is the most prestigious address in Edinburgh, and its majestic clock tower has been a beloved landmark since the hotel opened its doors in 1902. Located in the very heart of Edinburgh on famous Princes Street, this elegant grande dame is close to many of the city’s most noted sites. The stylish guest rooms artfully combine contemporary elegance with the hotel’s strong sense of tradition and history. The Balmoral’s leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, a fully equipped gymnasium and The Spa, which offers a wide range of treatments to rejuvenate the body, mind and soul. Enjoy Afternoon Tea or sample some of the fine champagnes featured in The Bollinger Bar at Palm Court while admiring its sparkling glass dome and Venetian glass chandelier. Known as one of the finest restaurants in Scotland, “number one” provides award-winning cuisine in a beautiful setting.

    Tauck Guests enjoy complimentary Internet access in guest rooms!

  • Extend Your Trip:
    (subject to availability)

    Many Tauck travelers prefer arriving at their destination a day before their Tauck journey begins, or often extend a stay at the end of their trip. As a service, Tauck will make hotel reservations before and after your journey.

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    Arrive Early

    The Principal Grand Central Hotel - Glasgow, Scotland

    Directly adjoining Glasgow’s Central Station, The Principal Grand Central Hotel was originally built in the late 19th-century as a great British railway hotel. One of the city's most prestigious buildings, the hotel has welcomed many famous guests throughout the years, ranging from Frank Sinatra to Sir Winston Churchill. Today, this iconic hotel is still a very much-loved landmark in Glasgow's skyline, set within the hub of the Style Mile and at the center of the city's many attractions. Charming and cosy, guest rooms are thoughtfully furnished to create a relaxing environment to return to after a busy day in Glasgow. The hotel’s restaurant, Tempus Restaurant & Bar, specializes in seasonal, locally sourced food and drink that showcases the very best of Scottish cuisine and culture. And the recently refurbished, marble-floored bar, Champagne Central, overlooks Central Station and evokes the golden age of travel.

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    The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel - Glasgow, Scotland

    Glasgow’s Blythswood Square has been a prestigious address since the early 19th century. Overlooking a private garden square, the square’s Georgian townhouses were originally home to wealthy merchants; later, they were turned into the club headquarters for The Royal Scottish Automobile Club, and ultimately became The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel – one of Glasgow’s best-established and most luxurious hotels, and the only one with an AA five-star accreditation. Widely acclaimed for its exceptional service, and winner of Hotel Manager of the Year at the 2017 Scottish Hotel Awards, The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel is being spruced up for the 21st century, with a multi-million pound refurbishment that will refresh all of the existing guest rooms and suites with an elegant, new look; create new suites and guest rooms; and upgrade the Spa reception area and lounge. The hotel also includes a grand-floor restaurant and first-floor bar (the Salon); both overlook the Square and will also be refurbished over the course of 2018.

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    The Balmoral - Edinburgh, Scotland

    Without a doubt, The Balmoral is the most prestigious address in Edinburgh, and its majestic clock tower has been a beloved landmark since the hotel opened its doors in 1902. Located in the very heart of Edinburgh on famous Princes Street, this elegant grande dame is close to many of the city’s most noted sites. The stylish guest rooms artfully combine contemporary elegance with the hotel’s strong sense of tradition and history. The Balmoral’s leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, a fully equipped gymnasium and The Spa, which offers a wide range of treatments to rejuvenate the body, mind and soul. Enjoy Afternoon Tea or sample some of the fine champagnes featured in The Bollinger Bar at Palm Court while admiring its sparkling glass dome and Venetian glass chandelier. Known as one of the finest restaurants in Scotland, “number one” provides award-winning cuisine in a beautiful setting.

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