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Renaissance Club Expands Accommodation and Business Facilities

4.17pm 28th February 2019 - Property - This story was updated on Thursday, February 28th, 2019

The Renaissance Club in Scotland has unveiled plans for two new luxury villas to to be built at the luxury resort east of Edinburgh to cope with growing demand for overnight accommodation from its members and guests.

The Villas at Renaissance will be able to sleep up to 28 guests across 14 bedrooms, and will also offer a range of business facilities, including conference rooms for up to 40 people, with the rooms kitted out with latest the digital presentation technology.

The two new villas will be able to host up to 28 overnight guests

Due to be completed at the end of May this year, the villas’ luxurious facilities, along with world-class golf, will make them ideal for a wide range of family, social or business occasions.

Jordan Whyte, Renaissance Club’s Sales Director, said: “Extending our accommodation from 24 to 38 bedrooms allows us to continue to house our members and their guests on site, while also inviting the opportunity for different occasions to be hosted at the villas. We are looking forward to being the setting for family get togethers, business retreats, car launches, weddings….the possibilities go on.”

Paul Sarvadi, chairman and co-founder of The Renaissance Club, added: “We are very proud of the Renaissance Club’s first ten years. Hosting Scotland’s national Open and our over £4million investment in the villas mark important milestones in our club’s history, reflecting our commitment to providing state-of-the-art facilities, unparelled service, and a championship-worthy links venue.”

For further information, contact Jordan Whyte on 01620 850 901 or email bookings@trcvillas.com

       

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