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Post Tour • Edinburgh • Waldorf Astoria – The Caledonian

The City of Edinburgh

Edinburgh is an multi-award-winning, world-class tourist destination. From stunning skylines to sandy beaches, festivals to fireworks – the city has something for everyone, day and night. A modern day Jekyll and Hyde, the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, split between the medieval Old Town and the Georgian splendour of the New Town. But Edinburgh isn’t living in the past – it’s a vibrant, cosmopolitan city, boasting an exceptional blend of contemporary pubs and bars, restaurants, specialist retailers and leading tourist attractions. Days can be spent exploring the city’s medieval alleyways and glorious architecture – not least the magnificent Edinburgh Castle, dramatically perched on an extinct volcano, high above the city centre. Nights out in Edinburgh provide an opportunity to discover what makes the city tick amidst the bustling bars, clubs and lively street scenes.

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – the Caledonian

Built in 1903, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – the Caledonian is a historic icon in the heart of Edinburgh’s Princes Street and offers the largest number of rooms with views of Edinburgh Castle in the city. A perfect base to explore Scotland’s capital, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – the Caledonian is within walking distance of Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Edinburgh International Conference Center and the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel also offers convenient access to Edinburgh’s world famous events, including the Edinburgh International Festival, Fringe and Military Tattoo.

The hotel also offers:

• The Pompadour, a fine-dining restaurant
• Grazing by Mark Greenaway, a casual and welcoming restaurant
• Peacock Alley and the Caley Bar
• The only Guerlain Spa in the UK, with relaxing French-style beauty treatments
• 12 meter pool, sauna, steam room and fitness center

Event Details


Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian


October 9-10/11, 2019

Packages inclusive of Accommodation and Range in price by flight selection

(Add-On Tours are priced separately – see below)

Two night packages: £433.13 – £530.73 per person (inclusive of tax)*
October 9 & 10 – British Airways flight and transfers (Hotel to Airport, London and Airport to Hotel, Edinburgh), based on double occupancy

Three night package: £568.07 – £665.73 per person (inclusive of tax)*
October 9, 10 & 11 – British Airways flight and transfers(Hotel to Airport, London and Airport to Hotel, Edinburgh), based on double occupancy

*The above prices are valid until August 12th. Prices and availability are subject to change after that date.

3 Flight Options – all British Airways:

Option 1: London CITY – 14:20 Departure
09OCT LCY EDI BA8716 1420

Option 2: London CITY – 15:50 Departure
09OCT LCY EDI BA8706 1550

Option 3: London GATWICK – 17:30 Departure
09OCT LGW EDI BA2944 1730

How to book your reservation:

In order to make a booking for the Post Tour and the Add-on Tours, please contact our local partner at

Add-on Tours in Edinburgh

All tours include transfers, admission tickets, guide and taxes.


Oct. 10 – 9:00am to 1:00pm

Includes guided day tour of the city

Price: £176.25

With its stunning Georgian and Victorian architecture, and winding medieval streets, it’s easy to see why Edinburgh has been listed as a World Heritage Site. Edinburgh Castle dominates the urban skyline, perched atop the crags of an ancient volcano right in the centre of the city. Visit Edinburgh castle which dates from the 12th century and explore the great hall, where the walls bristle with weapons and armour. Among the swords and shields are strange-shaped pole arms, including the notorious Lochaber axe.

While you’re there, why not visit the Crown Jewels, The Crown Jewels of Scotland are a breath-taking sight. Known as The Honours of Scotland they are displayed in the Crown Room and are surrounded by a special exhibition. Additionally, the national war museum contains a wealth of absorbing material that ranges from letters home from foreign campaigns to Highland broadswords and chemical warfare suits.


Oct. 10 – 9:00am to 1:00pm

Includes a guided day tour of the city

Price: £175

Step aboard The Royal Yacht Britannia, Her Majesty The Queen’s former floating palace for over 40 years. Berthed in Edinburgh, follow in the footsteps of Royalty to discover the heart and soul of this most special of Royal residences. Explore Britannia’s five decks with an audio guide, available in 30 languages!

From the elegant State Apartments to the gleaming Engine Room. See where Prince William and Prince Harry spent their summer holidays. Discover where kings and queens, world leaders and celebrities were wined and dined; from Frank Sinatra and Liz Taylor to Nelson Mandela and Sir Winston Churchill.

Why not visit the Royal Deck Tea Room? You can enjoy freshly prepared, homemade food, stunning views and a warm welcome. Treat yourself with speciality teas, coffees and lunch where the Royal Family previously would have enjoyed drinks receptions, sumptuous buffets, or played deck games.


Oct. 10 – 2:00pm to 6:00pm

Includes a guided day tour of the city

Price: £189.38

Take a sensational journey through a replica distillery, before your expert guide imparts the secrets of the Whisky regions. Finally, you’ll choose your perfect “dram”, and taste it in The World’s Largest Whisky Collection. This tour is available in 20 languages, and is fully wheelchair accessible. Expert tour guides and whisky advisors are on hand throughout the experience to tailor make your visit and ensure the enjoyment of every member of your party. A truly great experience for everyone. The experience allows four whisky tastings in the tour as well as a barrel ride where the guests will discover the history of whisky and how it’s made.


Oct. 10 – 1:30pm to 5:30pm

Price: £241.88

Outside of Edinburgh, to the south of the Firth of Forth, Glenkinchie Distillery was established in 1824 in the Glen of Kinchie, from which it derives its name. The Lowland malt made here was originally produced for the English market where the preference was for a whisky with less “bite” than that from the Highlands. A fairly small distillery, but guests will still have the opportunity to view each stage of the whisky making process. Take a tour of this picturesque distillery and discover the secrets to making Scotland’s national drink. There will of course be the opportunity to sample the whisky. Enhance the experience with a VIP tour or a master blender tour.


King’s Course: Oct. 10 – Tee Time 11:00am (depart hotel at 9:00am, return at 5:30pm)

Price: £270.00

The Gleneagles Hotel, just one hour’s drive from Edinburgh, nestles in the heart of a beautiful Scottish glen. Set in an 850-acre estate with its own railway station, it has been a byword for luxury and elegance since it first opened its doors in 1924, Golf is at the very heart of Gleneagles. With three championship golf courses, Scotland’s PGA National Golf Academy, it’s no surprise Gleneagles is a member of Great Golf Resorts of the World. Golf at Gleneagles predates the construction of the hotel 90 years ago, with the first course – The King’s – dating back to 1919, but this longevity and heritage has allowed us to develop some of the best courses and coaching in the world. From the professionals at the very top of the game, to keen amateurs and those just starting out, generations of golfers have experienced the game at Gleneagles, with many more to come. Whether it’s the stunning vistas the courses provide or the thrills and challenges along the way, perhaps it’s treading the same turf as some of the legends of the game, there are so many reasons to play golf at Gleneagles.