Due to the ongoing global pandemic, stores and restaurants are limiting the number of customers they can have indoors at any given time. This means that, as social and travel restrictions are lifted, it is increasingly difficult to find somewhere to eat in the city center. Even if you felt like going out, although restaurants and bars all have their own safety measures in place, the safest option is always to stay in. This is why we are now accepting deliveries of food and drink to our guests. Delivery companies such as Just Eat, UberEats, and Deliveroo (not forgetting restaurants with their own delivery services) can bring food from hundreds of restaurants and fast-food outlets across the city, straight to us. Just ask them to pop it in the designated area at reception for contact-free delivery, when you place your order.
Edinburgh is completely spoilt for choice when it comes to food. There are hundreds of restaurants that you can order from, providing dishes from all over the world and bringing them straight to your feet at the hotel’s reception.
Alternatively, if you’re looking to make the most of the kitchen in your apartment/suite during your stay, why not order from a fantastic local delivery company such as Edinburghfooddelivery.com; who transport fresh, local produce across Edinburgh, from a range of independent suppliers and household brands, as well as products that you wouldn’t be able to find in a supermarket. Delivery is £4.95 Tuesday-Saturday, or free when you spend over £75 – perfect for any big families or long-staying guests. For more information on how they work, or to place your first order, visit their website now.
The safety of our guests and staff always has been paramount and is even more so during the current situation, so please ensure you keep socially distant from any delivery person when collecting food at the hotel.
For a list of some of the best local restaurants and eateries, that you can help to support by ordering from, click here.
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