- Spa / Thalasso
- Swimming Pool
- Cafeteria / Snack Bar
- Internet Access
Gleneagles, "The Palace in the Glen", is only a one hour motorway drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow, and is one of the leading golf and Spa Luxury Hotel in Scotland. As a 5 Red Star Hotel and resort Gleneagles not only offers three of the top Golf Courses in Scotland and a Leading Spa, it is one of the luxury hotels in Scotland where a myriad of Sporting pursuits and Leisure activities can be enjoyed without leaving its glorious estate.
The Gleneagles Hotel was designed in the style of a French chateau and Capability Brown, the celebrated 18th century landscape gardener, inspired the landscaping Luxurious and impeccable though it is, you will find that the Gleneagles Hotel has a refreshingly relaxed manner, unstarchy and unstiff that is mirrored by the friendly courtesy of all the staff. From your first wholehearted Scottish welcome you will be looked after warmly by the staff and the services offered.
When Gleneagles opened in 1924 it was described as 'a Riviera in the Highlands' and 'the eighth wonder of the world'. Today, the Hotel remains dedicated to excellence, just as it was in its earliest days when "the avowed intention of the management is to create happiness".
The former Caledonian Railway Company built the hotel with its own railway station. Gleneagles is now owned by Diageo plc.
By the 1930s, golf and hotel were the height of fashion. Then as now, Gleneagles was the glorious playground for people dedicated to leisure and pleasure in the most luxurious surroundings.
In the 1950s, Gleneagles was a fixed part of high society's calendar - after the London "season" it was yachting at Cowes, polo at Deauville and golf and grouse shooting at Gleneagles.
Until 1982, the Hotel only opened during the summer months. Between 1982-86 more than 11 million was spent on a total renovation and restoration and the elegance and traditions of Gleneagles can now be enjoyed all year round. Total capital investment since 1982 is more than 46 million.
In 1986, Gleneagles was awarded the Automobile Association's supreme accolade of Five Red Stars, which it has retained every year. Since 1982, it has won more than 30 awards from the travel, catering and associated industries.
In 1993, the 5.9 million PGA Centenary Course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, opened to complement the renowned King's and Queen's courses to form one of the world's finest golfing venues.
The Golf Academy, opened in 1994, enshrines the philosophy that improving a player's performance improves their enjoyment of the game.
Availability for: 1 Adults 08/07/2021 - 09/07/2021
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