WorldHotels unveils three new properties

WorldHotels, a privately held hotel soft brand within the BWH Hotel Group, has added three new properties to its portfolio of global hotels.

The Gleddoch Hotel Spa & Golf and The Bruntsfield Hotel in the U.K. have joined WorldHotels’ Distinctive and Elite collections respectively. Kasteel de Vanenburg in Putten, The Netherlands, will become part of WorldHotels’ Distinctive collection.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Gleddoch Hotel Spa & Golf [pictured], The Bruntsfield Hotel and Kasteel de Vanenburg to WorldHotels,” said Wytze van den Berg, managing director EMEA, WorldHotels. “All three properties are magnificent additions to our EMEA portfolio and offer unique experiences that celebrate each destination’s incredibly rich history and culture. Each hotel is a depiction of the fine qualities for which WorldHotels’ collections are known, and we’re privileged to have them join our stunning portfolio of properties within the region and around the world.”

Gleddoch Hotel Spa & Golf
Once the home of shipbuilding baron Sir James Lithgow in the 1920s, the historic Gleddoch Hotel Spa & Golf provides an immersive experience for travelers looking for a serene escape, according to the company. Nestled amongst 360 acres of Scottish countryside, this property is regarded as one of the most prestigious luxury hotels in Scotland. Complete with a top-quality golf course and spa resort, the two-story, 70-room boutique hotel is infused with the spirit of its highly celebrated Scottish heritage.

The Bruntsfield Hotel
Centrally located within Edinburgh’s city center, The Bruntsfield Hotel is a Victorian townhouse with 70 classically styled guestrooms with scenic views over Bruntsfield Links Park. The hotel is also near shopping on Princes St. and sightseeing at Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.

Kasteel de Vanenburg
Apart from its growing presence throughout the U.K., WorldHotels is also expanding its reach in The Netherlands with the addition of Kasteel de Vanenburg. Located in the forest-rich area of Veluwe, less than 45 minutes from Amsterdam, the 17th-century castle is surrounded by greenery dotted with historical lanes and watercourses. This rustic setting combined with modern, in-demand amenities provides guests with a unique stay in any of the property’s 52 hotel rooms spread over four courtyards around the castle, the company reports.