Large planned Edinburgh Airport hotel with restaurant, fitness center and bar

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A major new hotel at Edinburgh Airport is planned with a restaurant, bar and gym.

Edinburgh City Council validated a proposal for the new hotel on Wednesday February 16.

The app follows an Ibis hotel being built on the site near Ingliston Road in Newbridge.

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It is under construction and is expected to open early next year, with a unique urban design concept in the shape of a “square”.

The final application for the East Mains Of Ingliston site is located next to the A8 North carriageway.



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However, at this stage of the process, it is unclear who will operate the new hotel.

Montagu Evans prepared a cover letter on the planning application and described the hotel as a “major development”.

They said: “As the extent of the proposed new gross building area will be over 5,000m², the development is classed as a major development proposal in the context of the Town and Country Planning Regulations. of 2009.”



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An aerial image of the location, near the airport

Montagu Evens went on to say that local councilors Graham Hutchison, Kevin Lang, Norman Work and Louise Young, and the Ratho and District Community Council, had all been notified of the advance planning offer.

Edinburgh Council is expected to make a decision in the coming days and weeks on the final bid for the East Mains of Ingliston site.

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