New hotel for Edinburgh

credit Tynecastle Park Hotel


Scottish Premiership football club, Heart of Midlothian, has unveiled plans to launch a new 25-bedroom hotel and events space as part of its ambitious growth plans in early 2024.

credit Tynecastle Park Hotel
credit Tynecastle Park Hotel

The Tynecastle Park Hotel will offer a choice of individually styled guest rooms, including family, executive and accessible rooms. There will also be a club lounge and a choice of six new dedicated meeting, conference and event spaces.

credit Tynecastle Park Hotel
credit Tynecastle Park Hotel


The 25 guest rooms will feature en-suite shower rooms with marble finish, monsoon showers and emperor-size beds. Selected guest rooms will use the latest technology to provide guests with the option of a live view of the pitch or city skyline on HD plasma screens.

Ann Budge from Tynecastle Park Hotel and Heart of Midlothian Football Club, said:

“Tynecastle Park is set to offer a truly unique hotel experience in our iconic Tynecastle Park Stadium – the home of Heart of Midlothian Football Club. Owned and operated entirely by the club, the hotel is Hearts’ newest and boldest venture. It’s also the only hotel of its kind found anywhere in the UK.

“As part of our ambitious growth plans both on and off the pitch, our in-house hospitality team will take full responsibility for running the hotel and providing one-of-a-kind matchday experience and guest stays.

“The hotel rooms and additional conference and events space will offer the club an ideal opportunity to host even more events at Tynecastle while appealing to the millions of visitors that Edinburgh attracts each year as the UK’s second most visited city.”

The Tynecastle Park Hotel is owned and managed completely by the football club meaning the success of the hotel directly supports the ambitions of the club.

The opening offer of dinner, bed and breakfast will be available from £150 per room per night, based on two people sharing. Limited guest parking will also be available.

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