“Always impressive… How PR should be done!” - Leading Scottish travel writer Robin McKelvie
“On the ball, friendly, super-efficient and 100% effective. Hotel PR are fantastic at what they do.” Heather Lowrie, Travel Editor, The Scottish Sun
“If Hotel PR was an hotel it would be five star” - Brian Swanson, Daily and Sunday Express
Hotel PR is Scotland's top-rated promotions service for hotels, guest houses, serviced apartments and restaurants, with an unrivalled track record of success.
Established in 2001, we have represented some of the country's top accommodation providers and chefs. From Orkney to the Borders, Argyll to Perthshire, the Lothians to Wester Ross. From 2 bedrooms to more than 160.
Our specialist media contacts throughout the UK and overseas mean we achieve unrivalled press coverage for clients, week in and week out. You'll find recent examples on this Website. Journalists trust and respect us. On average a journalist stays at an Hotel PR every five days.
Hitting the headlines is important but we do far more than win press coverage. We develop relationships with third parties to increase our clients' attractions and give them access to many more potential customers from other sources.
Bad publicity threatening to damage your business? Hotel PR are experts in media crisis management.
No PR consultancy has hotel and restaurant clients which have won so many top awards in Scotland. These include Best Hotel in the Thistle Awards and Best Independent Hotel in the Catering in Scotland Excellence Awards.
Our service is personal, professional, friendly, rapid, creative and flexible.
To find out more call Scott or Julia on 0131-473 2388 or email email@example.com.
Hotel PR have a wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge of our industry. They are pro-active, persistent and work rapidly. I recommend them.Anne Gracie, Co-owner of Duisdale House, Skye Winner of Best Independent Hotel in the 2015 Catering in Scotland Excellence Awards and Best Hotel in VisitScotland’s 2013-14 Thistle Awards
Latest Media Coverage
Week in, week out throughout the year our clients are featured prominently in target print and online media - in Scotland, the rest of the UK and overseas. Read examples of some recent coverage.View All
Edinburgh’s iconic Balmoral and the Isle of Eriska are each in the running for a double helping of success at this year’s Catering Scotland (CIS) Excellence Awards after being shortlisted for both Hotel and Restaurant of the Year. The Balmoral, whose landmark clock next to Waverley station is set three minutes fast to help ensure passengers don’t miss their train, is named as a finalist in the Group Hotel category. Eriska, located at Loch Creran in West Argyll, is a finalist in the Independent Hotel section. Number One at the 168-bedroom Balmoral, which has retained its Michelin Star for 13 consecutive years, and Eriska’s restaurant, where the wine list runs to 40 pages, are bracketed with Neil Forbes’ Cafe St Honore in Edinburgh for Restaurant of the Year. The Balmoral, part of the Rocco Forte Group, also boasts a third and fourth finalist in patisserie chef Ross Sneddon and Young Chef of the Year contender Mikaela Wright. Another Edinburgh hotel, the George, is a finalist in both the Restaurant Newcomer and Banqueting and Events Chef categories. Its Printing Press restaurant faces competition from as far apart as Aberdeen and the Scottish Borders. The junior chef category was introduced this year as part of an industry drive to attract more young people into the sector. It was open to chefs under 25 working at any professional level in Scottish hospitality. Caterer Entier is shortlisted no fewer than four times, for Chef of the Year; Banqueting and Events Chef; Training and Employee…