Formally known as The Roxburgh Hotel in Edinburgh, the Principal Hotel Company invested a mega 25 Million pounds in the refurb/rebrand of the hotel. The transformation was done by my new Interior design Idols Goddard Littlefair and The Principal in-house team. It was an honor to meet William Hutchings Senior Designer Goddard Littlefair at the launch party.
l was lucky to be invited by Youth Juice & Biscuit Factory Edinburgh to work as a hostess in the photo booth, created by Alan Forgie Creative Director @ Youth Juice Creative Ltd and the team. The team worked with an amazing vintage store that provided masks and vintage jewellery as props for the photo booth. The creative idea of the using vintage props was beautiful as it complimented the hotel interior, with its red vintage post boxes, red telephones and vintage touches.
Walking into this was a jaw dropping experience, l just said to myself “this is lnstagram perfect for young travellers and those that love beautiful vintage/modern twist, like l do my vintage clothes. The interior is forward thinking and timeless. The Principal is a hotel l want to hang with my girls for a drink up in BABA, Standalone and food in Eastern Mediterranean Restaurant & Bar. Talking about food they partnered with chef Jonathan Mac Donald and Daniel Spur who are behind one of my favourite food places in Glasgow
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Event/Party experts Youth Juice of the Biscuit Factory took over the photo booth with their vintage fashion influences and they were fitting with the hotel ambience. The party kicked of with champagne flowing and music in different rooms of the hotels. Everyone l rubbed shoulders with was most impressed when they walked into the photo booth. This room is the one of the Signature suite in the hotel and is kitted with period details, quirky features as well as a separate living room area with smart tvs. The bathrooms have impressive baths and marble everywhere. In the corner was a hair and makeup artist touching up on makeup before posing for a fun photo on the dreamy bed.
Thank you to Washington Gwande the photographer