The former Bank hotel in Edinburgh has re-launched as the Inn on the Mile, following a five-week refurbishment.
Located on the Royal Mile, the new look business has nine bedrooms and is centered around a bar hosting live acoustic music and serving traditional traditional ales, whiskies and wines, alongside a menus inspired by Scottish produce.
Created by Jim Hamilton, who has previously designed the Corinthian Club Glasgow and Blythswood Square Hotel in Glasgow, the hotel features bedrooms either named the Mile (cosy and comforting) or the Royal Mile (more spacious).
As well as offering the usual iPod docking stations flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi, the bedrooms also provide GHD hair straighteners.
Jamie Carruthers, general manager of the Inn on the Mile, said: "There has been a lot of excitement surrounding the opening of the Inn on the Mile and I don't think anyone will be disappointed.
"Being bang in the middle of the Royal Mile is the perfect location as it adds to the electric atmosphere we have had since we opened. We have a great focus on live music, whisky tasting and focusing on serving delicious homemade pub grub."