Fraser Suites Edinburgh PR Builds Success With Holyrood Partnership
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010
on behalf of Fraser Suites, Edinburgh
Fraser Suites Edinburgh has been featured in a popular architecture blog. The recent conversion of the historic buildings on St Giles street into a boutique hotel has been covered by the Edinburgh Architecture blog.
The blog told how the high-quality conversion of the mid-Victorian buildings to a stylish new apartment hotel had seen a range of accommodation become available in the B-listed building.
Running under the headline: “Historic Edinburgh Buildings Transformed Into Stunning New Hotel” the article mentioned the studio apartments, one-bedroom apartments and suites now available just off the Royal Mile.
The website told how Holmes architects had rennovated the building originally designed by the renowned Edinburgh architect David Bryce in 1870, and how the buildings at 12 -26 St Giles Street were originally built as newspaper offices and printing workshops for the Edinburgh Courant before becoming offices for Edinburgh City Council in the 1970s.