The Royal George Hotel, Perth

Idyllically located on the banks of the River Tay in the heart of Perth, The Royal George Hotel has been attracting guests to Scotland from around the world for over 230 years.

Notable visitors have included Empress Eugenie and Queen Victoria, who made The Royal George Hotel her place of residence when she visited Perth in 1848. She was so impressed with its hospitality that The George Inn was renamed The Royal George Hotel in her honour. We were delighted therefore to welcome her great, great, great grandson, HRH Prince Edward to The Royal George more recently.

Today with salmon and sea trout crowding the waters of the River Tay, The Royal George Hotel is a haven for anglers, and with St Andrews, Gleneagles and Carnoustie just a short drive away, it is a highly popular venue for golfing breaks.

Horsecross, Perth’s concert and conference hall is under a minute away from our door and Perth theatre less than five minutes walk, meaning our guests are never short of activities. If that all sounds too energetic, why not relax by the log fire in The Helen MacGregor lounge overlooking our award winning gardens, where guests have an opportunity to take in the unspoilt views of Perth Bridge and the River Tay.

Only an hour North of Glasgow and Edinburgh and 30 minutes from both Stirling and Dundee, The Royal George is ideally placed for business users. Our ballroom can accommodate 150 delegates and there are a further four breakout rooms and two restaurants. Free Wifi connection is available throughout all public areas. The hotel has hosted The Scottish Government, The Liberal Democrats and The Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party for their respective annual party conferences in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

At The Royal George Hotel we take pride in ensuring that our guests have both a comfortable and relaxing stay while with us, and we look forward to welcoming you in the near future. With its idyllic location on the banks of the River Tay in the heart of Perth, the hotel has been attracting guests from around the world for over 200 years.

Notable visitors include Empress Eugenie and Queen Victoria who visited in 1848. She was so impressed by the hospitality that the George was renamed the Royal George in her honour. We were therefore delighted to accommodate Prince Edward for Luncheon in 2003.

The hotel offers 45 charmingly decorated bedrooms and feature rooms, all equipped with radio, television, telephone, trouser press and tea and coffee making facilities. Many of the rooms benefit from stunning views across the river and our award winning gardens. All of our bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and wireless internet access.

From the restaurant, the glorious views are as enjoyable as the Scottish cuisine, with a hand picked selection of traditional dishes readily available. A vast selection of world wines, fine beers and over 50 Scottish malts are available in the MacGregor Lounge Bar, and from the terrace, guests have another change to take in the unspoilt views of Perth Bridge and the River Tay.

For business users our ballroom can comfortably seat up to 150 delegates. Additionally, the Boardroom, MacGregor Suite, Morning Room and Conference Room can hold up to 30 delegates. All of our meeting rooms have wireless internet access capabilities.

With Salmon and Sea Trout crowding the waters of the River Tay, The Royal George Hotel is a haven for anglers, and with St Andrews, Gleneagles and Carnoustie just a short drive away, it is a highly popular venue for golfing and shooting breaks. At The Royal George Hotel we take pride in ensuring that our guests have both a comfortable and relaxing stay while with us, and we look forward to welcoming you in the near future.

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