Dalmahoy, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, a Marriott international brand property located in Edinburgh, Scotland, has announced the completion of a renovation project, and the opening of a new restaurant.
The £1 million refurbishment has involved the launch of a new Marriott concept at the hotel, the re-branding of its restaurant as Zest, and the upgrading of the James Braid Bar.
The project has also involved modifications to the hotel’s leisure club, as well as spa and fitness areas, renovations to the Golf Pro Shop and upgrades at the gymnasium, tennis courts and dance studio. The refurbished spa now includes more fashionable changing rooms and improvements to the reception area and entrance. The newly added leisure facilities include two 18-hole golf courses, and a PGA-approved golf academy for learners.
Tom Gibson, the director of operations at the hotel and spa, said, ‘These are exciting times for Dalmahoy and we are delighted with our newly refurbished and newly named Zest Restaurant. A lot of planning and preparation went into the new concept and our team is ready to make Zest the venue of choice for food and beverage at the hotel and in the local area.
Additionally, we have refurbished our James Braid Bar in order to ensure that it continues to be a place where members and guests can go to simply sit back, relax and enjoy a well earned rest.’
Dalmahoy, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, is claimed to be a majestic retreat located within Scottish parkland, and it has 215 luxury hotel rooms.