When Gleneagles opened in 1924 it was described as a ‘riviera in the Highlands’. Its collection of well-equipped conference suites includes the traditional rooms in the main building and contemporary facilities in Braid House. We particularly like the Edwardian design in The Ballroom, that comes with a stage, balcony and sprung dancefloor. On-site dining options include Scotland’s only two-Michelin-starred restaurant – Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles – while a meal at the Sommelier’s Table offers a grand alternative. A trip wouldn’t be complete without a round on one of the resort’s three championship golf courses. In 2015 the five-star hotel opened an arena that can handle conferences, concerts, gala dinners and teambuilding activities.
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Up to 1500
Hotel, Meeting room, Party venue
Grand, Historic, Iconic, Spacious, Traditional