Guests can treat themselves to a ‘mumcation’ this Mother’s Day at The Balmoral, a Rocco Forte hotel, in Edinburgh. Escape the day-to-day stress and unwind, with a solo city getaway, or a break with friends and other mums, for some well-deserved relaxation time.
Whether guests are looking for an indulgent stay in the Bowes-Lyon Suite, a tranquil health retreat or cocktails and canapés with friends, The Balmoral is the perfect haven for a Mother’s Day escape.
With the perfect combination of pamper time and memorable experiences, The Balmoral will make sure you are well looked after. From International Women’s Day on 8 March to Mother’s Day on 22 March, visit The Balmoral Spa to enjoy a ‘Girl Power package’ that includes a peaceful swim and sauna, Soothe & Nurture Organic Facial and lunch in Brasserie Prince.
On Mother’s Day itself, guests can enjoy a luxurious Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea in the Palm Court whilst listening to the resident harpist.
Dine from our lovingly-designed, exclusive Mother’s Day menu at Brasserie Prince, followed by a celebration in Bar Prince with a tasting experience of the Balmoral’s first premium own label gin, Baile Mhoireil, accompanied by a live pianist, every Sunday, for a truly serene ambiance.
For a special gift for a special lady, give the gift of luxury with a gift certificate, and choose from a range of experiences that include pampering spa treatments to dinner at Michelin-starred restaurant Number One.
Spa ‘Girl Power package’; includes; Soothe & Nurture Organic Facial 30 min, Tranquil Time up to 3h, 1 course Lunch in
Prince Brasserie, A Made For Life gift to take home- £60 pp
Tasting experience of the Balmoral’s first premium own label gin, Baile Mhoireil - £40 pp
Afternoon Tea - £45 per person *Champagne Afternoon Tea - £60 pp
Bowes Lyon Suite- starting rate £1,400 per night
Many hotels claim to have landmarks on their doorstep, few can say their doorstep is a landmark. The Balmoral is a grand railway hotel located at Edinburgh's most prestigious address, No 1 Princes Street. The Balmoral began life as a grand railway hotel in 1902, and over the last 115 years, The Glamis has been reserved for some of its most notable figures. Former guests to the landmark property include members of royal households and musical royalty including Sir Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones. The Balmoral offers 187 contemporary rooms and opulent suites. Excellent cuisine is guaranteed in the Michelin-starred Number One restaurant as well as the hotel’s all-day dining venue Brasserie Prince by Alain Roux. Afternoon Tea is served in Palm Court and the hotel boasts a collection of over 500 single malt whiskies at SCOTCH.