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  • Elizabeth Bowman

The Roseate Hotel & Rooms -Rosy prospects for the ‘New West End’

Roseate Gardens

A new high-end boutique hotel, The Roseate, has opened here, at the stone villas on West Coates just past the Donaldson’s school development W of Haymarket, raised away from this busy artery on beautiful terraced gardens.


An impressive entrance leads into a contemporary cocktail bar & dining lounge designed for comfort & style, where a sense of calm & peaceful luxury envelops the weary traveller and is conducive to work and leisure.  It’s hard to tell there are bus, tram & taxi links just outside the lush garden to whisk you to the airport, whilst Haymarket station is walkable.


We are welcomed with house Champagne (Moët), and cute canapés circulate whilst a restorative afternoon tea tempts from a window table.  Non-residents are welcome for lunch, dinner & drinks here too.  Across a hallway is the first spacious suite of several (every room is individual).  

Afternon Tea with a View

I am led down the garden path where a whisky tasting is in full swing, sheltered by a heated, fairy-lit canopy, and over the convenient crossing by the bus stop to another part of the hotel opposite, set in its own front & rear gardens.  Here I discover a delightful garden room preceded by a naturally lit passageway, creating the perfect entrance for a small intimate wedding.  


An honesty bar & fridge within a large attractive armoire fills one end of another larger private dining room that would work for business or friends.  The charming staff will go above & beyond to adapt to hold any occasion, large or small, in considerable style and comfort. 


A useful addition to the city’s hospitality portfolio.






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