Free hamper for Edinburgh guests this spring

Thursday, 24 February 2011 12:13 PM

Book a stay at The Chester Residence in Edinburgh’s fashionable West End district this spring and you will be greeted with a complimentary food hamper, worth £30, to get your city break off to a gourmet start.

The hamper is packed with seasonal treats, while guests staying for a minimum of two nights will also be treated to a cocktail on arrival.

The Chester Residence combines the standards of a luxury five-star hotel with the convenience of a holiday home, and guests can choose from one and two-bedroom serviced townhouse apartments for just £150 per night.

Facilities on offer include in-room dining and the latest technology, both of which have helped The Chester Residence achieve one of the highest Trip Advisor rankings of any European hotel.

To take advantage of the Spring 2011 Offer and claim your free food hamper, book online before the end of May.
 

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