History of Ten Hill Place Hotel
Ten Hill Place Hotel is owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and was opened in November 2006. It was created from the combination of an existing Georgian building, previously the Postgraduate Residence of the College, with a stylish yet sympathetic new development.
The quality of the original building is reaffirmed throughout the hotel’s interior, with a modern elegance appropriate to each space. This has resulted in a unique Hotel based in a quiet Georgian Square, Hill Square, which provides a peaceful location in the City Centre, but still within walking distance of all the main attractions.
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh provides education and assessment for medical students, surgical trainees and consultants, and supports research to advance standards of care for the future. Surgeons trained and assessed through the College bring life-saving and life-changing skills to all corners of the globe. Profits from Ten Hill Place are invested back into supporting the activities of the College and its Fellows and Members around the world.
Edinburgh is known as the City of Medicine, and if you are interested in the history of surgery medical walking tours can be arranged, and discounted tickets to Surgeons’ Hall Museums can be booked through Reception. A private tour of the Museums, which houses one of the largest anatomical collections in the United Kingdom, is available every Wednesday afternoon.
Ten Hill Place has recently been upgraded to a Full Four Star Service Hotel and we pride ourselves in living up to this standard in the service and quality we provide.