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All reviews ash restaurant train station grand staircase limited parking central location hospitality tray twin room night break buffet breakfast public areas biscuits bottled water hotel restaurant location is excellent short break tea and coffee haggis
I arrived just after 1pm and was able to check in and leave my luggage in a locked room until the room was available. This was very helpful. When I came back later and went up to my room I discovered that it was absolutely...More
Great location, literally next door to the train station and very close to the bus station (which is super convenient if you are planning to take a bus tour from Inverness). Also, close to the city centre. Room was very spacious, clean and comfortable. Very...More
Thank Mariya V
Response from RoyalHighlandHotel, Public Relations Manager at Royal Highland HotelResponded 23 July 2018
Thank you very much for the kind review and we are delighted that you enjoyed your stay. We would look forward to welcome you again.
Staff very very helpful Sally was on reception when we checked in and the hotel is spotlessly clean. Breakfast was excellent plenty choices something for everyone.
We had a small room with a sloping ceiling but it was perfect for us for one night We...More
Old fashioned with good reputation. So pitty that the receptionist and barman could not meet this quality by far. Rooms are accetable but parking is poor. Breakfast was accetable. There are better places to stay in Inverness for same price
Husband and I stayed 3 nights at this hotel. The room was very very tiny and so warm that we couldn’t sleep. The bathroom shower/tub is up on a platform and so slippery! There was no ventilation for the steam which added to the heat...More
The Royal Highland Hotel is the oldest hotel in the centre of the Highland capital, Inverness. In 2000, the property was carefully restored, retaining its unique character associated with the bygone age. As soon as you enter the hotel you will appreciate this. In the foyer the grand staircase, the inspiration for the Titanic's staircase, leads to the 84 spacious refurbished bedrooms - all with very high ceilings. The decor is rich with traditional furniture and deep colours. The rooms all have soft furnishings and antique style furniture. The excellent bathrooms are generally medium to large in size. For over 151 years, the hotel has been looking after travellers from all over the world. Perhaps its popularity stems from the fact the hotel is a grand place to stay. Large bedrooms, large lounge areas, quiet meeting rooms, good food, prime location and friendly staff all play their part. All local amenities close to hand, but within a 5 minute drive you are out into the dramatic Highlands. Lochness is only 7 miles from the hotel.