Legendary Scotland resort Gleneagles is celebrating its 90th anniversary today.
And staff at the luxury Perthshire hotel marked the occasion by channelling the glamour of the 1920s (pictured), when Gleneagles first opened its doors to high society on June 6th, 1924.
It’s a huge year for the resort which of course stages the Ryder Cup which will be contested by Europe and USA’s finest over the PGA Centenary course from September 26-28.
Set within the gentle beauty of 850 acres of Perthshire countryside, the hotel is home to three championship golf courses, a sparkling multi award-winning spa, sumptuous guest bedrooms, elegant fine dining including Andrew Fairlie - Scotland's only two Michelin star restaurant - and an array of exhilarating outdoor activities.
To mark this landmark anniversary, Gleneagles are giving guests the opportunity to join in the celebrations with the A Special Blend or Stay for (£)1924 packages.
*A Special Blend - A unique whisky experience where you can discover the art, skill and magic of whisky blending. You can have a go at creating your own elixir to enjoy in the Gleneagles bar and take a home with you as a perfect memento of your stay. Stay from £345 per room per night based on two people sharing a Sovereign room, including breakfast and whisky blending for two.
*Stay for (£)1924
The Royal Lochnagar suite honours Gleneagles’ heritage, with its classic luxury and stunning views. It’s the perfect base for an out-of-this-world stay. Between January and June 2014 guests can enjoy an overnight stay in the Royal Lochangar which also includes canapés and the 90th anniversary signature cocktail in the suite on arrival, Table D’hôte dinner in The Strathearn restaurant, complimentary private chauffeur drive transfers from Edinburgh or Glasgow and finished with the legendary Gleneagles breakfast – all for the fitting price of £1,924 per night, based on two people sharing.
*For further information visit www.gleneagles.com or call Resort Sales on 0800 704 705.