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Bonham Hotel
35 Drumsheugh Gardens
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH3 7RN | View map
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The Bonham is the coolest hotel in Edinburgh, where you’ll enjoy an uplifting contemporary ambiance within the classic timelessness of a Victorian town house.

During your stay you will be accommodated in one of our 48 individually decorated bedrooms (you may wish to enjoy one of our luxurious superior rooms, or for that ultra special stay, one of our suites). Each room has an individual, contemporary design using rich bold colours.

The Bonham pioneered eTV Interactive, which is available in every room – a communication and entertainment centre, with full rapid internet and own account e-mail access, computer services, DVD and CD.

Experience Edinburgh’s most timeless contemporary restaurant, Restaurant at The Bonham, where you’ll be tempted by distinct European-inspired food and enticed by provocative wines.

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Red Stars
Number of Rooms: 48
Number Ensuite: 48

Price per Room:

Double: £135 - £280 - Superior £165 - £320
Twin: £135 - £280
Single: £120 - £250
Suite: £230 - £400
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Restaurant

Name: The Bonham
Cuisine: French/Scottish
Chef: Michael Bouyer
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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