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The Station Hotel has gone through an extensive renovation to bring you this classic yet contemporary 4 star hotel in Speyside.
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Number of Bedrooms: 14
Parking Spaces: 20
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Station Hotel in Rothes dates back to 1901 and was the place to stay for the rich and affluent while travelling to the Scottish Highlands. Having completed an extensive renovation in 2016, the Station Hotel is still the place to stay for travelling north but now has the benefits of 20th century features and a classic yet contemporary style. With over 60 distilleries within a 50-mile radius, the surrounding area is renowned for some of the finest whiskies in the world. Rothes also boasts tumbling hills, the famous River Spey and plenty of walks, cycle trails and castles to explore.
This 4 star hotel in the Spey Valley features 14 individually designed luxury bedrooms. Keeping to the hotels opulent history every bedroom has a Hypnos bed, the latest HD Smart TVs and generously proportioned double showers. Why not upgrade to one of the five suites each of which are named after a Rothes distillery and also you’ll find a complimentary decanter of one of the best single malt whiskies in your room as well as exceptional views of the stunning landscape around Rothes.
There is plenty of choice for dining at the Station Hotel. The Pagodas Restaurant and Toots Café Bar both serve a great choice of seasonal produce as well as 21-day aged steaks including a roast to share. The design throughout the restaurant and bar highlights the Station Hotel’s historic charm whilst the beautiful collection of whisky themed artwork celebrates the local surroundings. The Spirit Safe bar feature miniature copper replicas of Scottish whisky stills using Forysth’s unrivalled industry knowledge and is home to more than 500 different whiskies – and growing.
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From indulgent suites through to elegant deluxe king, twin, single, accessible and family rooms, you’ll notice a skilful mix of traditional luxury and modern technology, alongside quality furnishings and beautiful decor.
Every room has a Hypnos bed: award-winning mattresses only found in the finest homes, yachts, palaces and hotels.
The king, twin, single, accessible and family rooms each have their own individual character. Yet what they all have common is beautiful décor: an impeccable blend of muted hues and vibrant colour, teamed with quality furnishings.
Add to that exceptionally comfortable beds, the latest HD Smart TVs and generously proportioned double showers in every room, The Station Hotel is the ideal choice for your stay, whether you’re visiting Speyside for business or leisure.
Each of the five suites are named after a Rothes distillery: recognising the huge contribution the town has made to the international Scottish whisky trade.
And to welcome you to the Station Hotel, you’ll find a complimentary decanter of one of the best single malt whiskies in your room.
Each suite features contemporary Scottish décor featuring tactile textiles, stunning bathrooms and world-famous Hypnos beds, complemented by quality handmade Italian furniture.
Many suites command exceptional views of the stunning landscape around Rothes.
Unobtrusive technology such as smart televisions and mood lighting, as well as unlimited fibre broadband, add to the comfort and convenience of your stay.
Bar & Restaurant
The newly stripped back restaurant is now a casual affair. Named after the iconic Scottish whisky distillery roof architecture, you’ll find a menu that is served in both Pagodas and Toots with Mix ’n’ Match dishes, a choice of seasonal produce as well as 21-day aged steaks including a roast to share.
Seating up to 22 diners, the restaurant has some unique and striking abstract artwork depicting copperwork as a nod to the spirit stills.
TOOTS CAFE BAR & BISTRO
An ancestor of the hotel owners, Ernest Forsyth, was known almost universally as Toot.
Toot ran the A. Forsyth and Son copperworks business, later to become Forsyths: a major employer in Rothes that designs and manufactures equipment for the global oil and gas and alcoholic beverage sectors, notably copper stills for the whisky industry.
In the café bar that bears his name, visitors and local residents alike can relax in informal surroundings – complete with a locally hand-crafted, copper sink for adding water to your whisky.
Here you can enjoy a coffee in the mornings or choose dishes from the new menu for lunch or dinner which you’ll also find is also served in Pagodas.
Toots Cafe Bar & Bistro
THE SPIRIT SAFE
Complete with its own spirit safe made right next door at Forsyths, this bar is the ideal intimate location for pre-dinner drinks and delicious appetisers.
The bar, featuring miniature copper replicas of Scottish whisky stills using Forysth’s unrivalled industry knowledge, is home to more than 500 different whiskies – and growing.
From rare and limited releases to your favourite fine spirits, our expertly trained team are happy to recommend a dram, and help you compare tasting notes.
You can even sample the Station Hotel’s own limited edition 24-year-old single cask whisky, produced at the Speyside Distillery in Kingussie using Forsyths stills, and finished in a sherry butt. The high quality spirit commemorates 125 years since family member Alexander Forsyth started work as a coppersmith.
You can also choose from a wide selection of expertly mixed classic and contemporary cocktails. We also serve the delicious Afternoon Teas here where the selection of sandwiches, pastries and scones on offer are homemade.
Directions to the Station Hotel in Rothes
The Station Hotel is located in the centre of Rothes on the A941.
With rolling hills, the impressive Cairngorm mountains and powerful fishing rivers, you’d be hard pressed to find a more picturesque, challenging and varied landscape than Moray.
Speyside is right at the centre of Malt Whisky Country. And, with no fewer than 50 distilleries, over half of country’s total, producing quality spirit famous at home and abroad, it really is the best place to experience Scotland’s national drink.
The region is also rich in wildlife and intriguing history, with easy access to both traditional outdoor activities and exhilarating winter sports for all the family.
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