UK: The Gleneagles estate is to open its first city outpost, a boutique hotel at 37-39 St Andrew Square in Edinburgh.
The five-star hotel brand in Perth & Kinross will open 33 guest rooms at the building, which was originally home to the British Linen Company and later became the Bank of Scotland.
With architectural features designed by architects and sculptors including David Bryce and Alexander Handyside Ritchie, the property will be known as the Gleneagles Townhouse.
It will feature two bars, a rooftop terrace, and a members club with exclusive private spaces and on-site gym.
Gleneagles is owned by Ennismore, which recently merged with Accor to create a global lifestyle hotel company.