Hotel Colessio, StirlingThe Colessio Hotel in Stirling is a luxurious Victorian hotel, with free WiFi and local access to golf clubs. Also a short distance from Plean Country Park (0)1786 448880 11am 4 From £105.00
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Public Transport Nearby
Hotel Colessio is a luxurious and decadent 4-star hotel with award-winning hospitality from an enthusiastic team who will look after your every need.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 40
Parking Spaces: 12
Steps into Hotel: 8
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Hotel Colessio in Stirling is the City’s most luxurious and newest 4-star hotel – setting a new standard for hotels in the city. The Colessio Hotel is a magnificently transformed Victorian landmark, which offers unrivalled luxury and facilities, perfectly complemented by an enthusiastic team to look after your every need. Opening in early May, Hotel Colessio will offer a new level of hotel accommodation in Stirling and will be the ultimate setting whether you are looking to dine, stay or celebrate!
The Hotel Colessio’s opulent interior design is reflected in the hotels 40 truly indulgent rooms and suites. The rooms & suites in this gorgeous boutique hotel near Stirling Castle are a daring, drop-dead gorgeous reinvention of the conventional hotel room; offering sophisticated spaces with all the modern technology and amenities guests would expect from a 4-star hotel
Contemporary elegance and modern sophistication are the hallmarks of the The Grill Room restaurant at Hotel Colessio - and is the place to see and be seen! At Hotel Colessio you’ll find a chic, contemporary bar that is set to become one of Scotland’s hottest gathering places! - The perfect complement to the Grill Room restaurant and an ideal venue for pre or post dinner drinks, liqueurs or coffees.
The Hotel Colessio in Stirling offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
Each of the bedrooms at the Hotel Colessio in Stirling are bold yet unobtrusive, with stunning furnishings and finishes, these rooms invite you to relax and unwind, with sumptuous linens and a down duvet enfolding you in softness.
And there’s no surprise that you’ll find every modern convenience in these chic, yet elegant rooms – from sumptuous bathrooms with luxury amenities to the latest in 21st century technology – state-of-the-art entertainment including a music system and widescreen televisions with satellite TV and DVD player; as well as a practical desk with free wi-fi and internet connections for when work is required!
If you are looking for something extraordinary and a truly unique experience, why not choose one of the suites. Hotel Colessio features two exquisite suites or, for the ultimate indulgence, check-in to our Penthouse Suite with panoramic views across the city.
You'll discover your own private hideaway where you can leave the world behind, with expansive spaces where decadence and indulgence abound. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion, organising a romantic assignation or perhaps looking for a unique place to spend your wedding night then look no further! Immerse yourself in luxurious surroundings, content in the knowledge that our five star service and hospitality are only a phone call away.
Bar & Restaurant
Reminiscent of the famous London Grills, The Grill Room at Hotel Colessio presents discerning diners with inspired menus of traditional classics with a modern twist. High quality locally sourced produce and seasonally inspired dishes are the backbone of this restaurant, infused with ingenious touches from the award-winning Executive Chef, that add unexpected flair.
The state-of-the-art kitchen is equipped with a Josper Grill which is taking the culinary world by storm. Lauded by world-famous chefs including Gordon Ramsay, Heston Blumenthal and Jason Atherton, Hotel Colessio is proud to be one of the few venues in the UK to feature this type of grill.
Of Spanish origin, the Josper is a sealed oven, fuelled by a Bincho-tan ‘white’ hardwood oak charcoal, which grills meat, fish and vegetables swiftly and perfectly – creating unrivalled flavours for discriminating diners.
The outstanding menu is matched by an extensive drinks list, featuring wines, champagnes, ports and cognacs to suit any occasion.
Flawless yet friendly service and hospitality. Fantastic food and drinks. Ideal whether you are dressing up or dressing down!
COCKTAIL & PIANO BAR
Light and airy the bar at Hotel Colessio radiates freshness and sophistication. Classic and innovative cocktails fill the seasonally changing menu, with guests also welcome to enjoy a light menu featuring salads, sandwiches, sharing plates and divine desserts.
The perfect setting for drinks, conversation and people watching – anytime! And the place you’ll want to be seen.
Directions to Colessio Hotel in Stirling
TRAVELLING FROM THE WEST (GLASGOW)
From the M8 take the junction for the M80 and head for Stirling. From this road you then join the A80 and onwards to the M876. Take Junction 9 and at the large roundabout turn second left following the signs for Stirling centre on the A872. Follow signs for Stirling Castle towards the town centre and the Colessio hotel sits on Spittal Street on the main approach to the Castle.
TRAVELLING FROM THE EAST (EDINBURGH)
From Edinburgh take the A8 past the airport towards the Newbridge roundabout. From the roundabout take the 4th exit on to the M9 towards Forth Road Bridge / Stirling. Leave the M9 at junction 9, then at roundabout take the 5th exit onto the A872. Follow directions as above from signs for Stirling Castle.
Hotel Notice Board
- Note Posted 28/03/2019: We have just been advised that the bar area at the hotel is going through a refurb. This re decoration will involve the installation of a new carpet, a whisky wall and the paint work being refreshed. There will be some dust sheets on the floors in certain areas of the hotel to protect the carpets from the works taking place.
The work will take place between 10am and 5pm and should not cause any disruption to your stay. A temporary bar area has been set up for guests to relax in while you enjoy your break at Hotel Colessio. During this time the menu served in the restaurant is limited however if you are struggling to find a suitable dish, please speak to the team and they will be happy to discuss further options for you with the chef.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesite to contact ourselves of the hotel direct.
Pre booking for dinner at the Grill Room is advisable.
Guest staying on a dinner inclusive rate will have £25 per adult per night allocation (Unless otherwise stated within the package/offer) to spend in The Grill Room, offering you a wide selection from the menu. Should you choose to spend anything over this amount it will be just transferred onto your bill if you have agreed at the time of check in for charges to go to your room, alternatively you can pay the difference in the Restaurant. Should you decide not to dine or if you do not spend the full allocation, there will no refund.
Children's Rates Please note that the rates quoted for family accommodation do not include the children. This will be added on at the hotel direct on check in.
Hotel Colessio is perfectly situated for exploring this beautiful part of Scotland.
Stirling boasts a fantastic range of attractions that celebrate the city’s history and heritage and is conveniently located for getting out and about across Scotland, with Edinburgh and Glasgow within easy reach and beautiful Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. on the edge of the Scottish Highlands, only a 30-minute drive away.
Whatever the reason for your visit and whether your interest is historical sites, outdoor adventure, boutique shopping or fine dining, you’ll find an abundance of things to see and do.
RICH HERITAGE & FANTASTIC MONUMENTS
Explore a region where famous battles occurred, national heroes were born and Scottish royalty held court.
The National Wallace Monument dominates the landscape and uncovers the legendary story of Sir William Wallace, Scotland’s ‘Braveheart’, whilst perched high on the Castle Rock the spectacular Stirling Castle, once home of Mary Queen of Scots, lets you step back in time with a visit to the Royal Palace and the Great Hall, the largest banqueting hall ever built in medieval Scotland.
Try one of the many guided walks and discover the city’s dark past on the Stirling Ghost Walk, beginning at the spooky Old Town Jail. Other places of interest include the Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum, Argyll’s Lodging, a superb mansion built around 1630 and the impressive 15th century Church of the Holy Rude. Or why not sample some ales at the Bridge of Allan Brewery Visitor Centre, follow the Mill Trail or visit one of the many potteries in the area, including the Barbara Davidson Pottery and Gift Shop at Muirhill Farm, Larbert, where you’ll find fine hand-thrown pottery and unique gift ideas, designed and created on the premises.
Nearby, relive the famous Battle at the Bannockburn Heritage Centre, visit Callendar House, an imposing mansion with a 900 year history, gift shop and tearoom and witness a marvellous feat of mechanical engineering at The Falkirk Wheel, the only rotating boatlift in the world.
Don’t miss the chance to explore Loch Lomond & the Trossachs, taking in many more attractions on the way including the Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park, Briarlands Farm, Doune Castle, Argaty Red Kites, Scotland's only red kite feeding station and the Scottish Wool Centre.
From historic trails to countryside rambles, Stirling offers some superb walking. Enjoy a stroll around many of the country parks and gardens in the area including Plean Country Park, Ochil Hills Woodland Park, Glengoulandie Park and Gargunnock House Gardens and for wildlife lovers, Flanders Moss Nature Reserve.
There’s plenty for golfers and keen anglers and nearby, the Carron Valley Bike Trails at Carron Bridge offers 10.5km of ‘big country’ mountain bike trails and you’ll enjoy a great day out with the Scottish Cycling Centre at Callander.
Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park offers something for everyone - low level and hill walking, cycling, boating, golf, wildlife watching and for the more adventurous, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing and mountain biking. For more information visit Loch Lomond National Park
Or take a cruise on the steamship along picturesque Loch Katrine, by Callander, or cruise amidst the beautiful scenery and b