Gleneagles Hotel

Gleneagles Hotel


Gleneagles Hotel

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The Gleneagles Hotel is a luxury hotel near Auchterarder, Perth and Kinross, Scotland.


The hotel was built by the former Caledonian Railway Company and opened in 1924, originally with its own railway station. The hotel's golf course and luxurious surroundings meant that golf and grouse shooting at Gleneagles had, by the 1950s, become a fixed part of high society's calendar, along with yachting at Cowes and polo at Deauville.

Between 1982 and 1986, £11 million was spent on renovation and since 1982 the hotel has been open all year round. In 1986, and every year since, the hotel has been awarded five red stars by the AA. The hotel is now owned by the international alcoholic beverage firm Diageo.

The hotel is currently undergoing redevelopment in preparation for hosting the 40th Ryder Cup Matches in 2014 which will be played on the PGA Centenary Course.



Gleneagles has four restaurants. The Strathearn (fine dining, Head Chef Paul Devonshire) is the hotel's main and most formal Restaurant, and is the location in which guests take breakfast. The Deseo restaurant is a Mediterranean, family restaurant. It has 6 main areas: the main restaurant floor; Braids coffee bar; Deseo cocktail bar; Deseo at the spa; the quiet area (which is an adults-only quiet dining area) and the food emporium. The last contains an area filled with the fresh produce used by the chefs, and an area from which one can watch...
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