The Greatest Whiskey Hotels

You should book in these hotels for whiskey types that you may not taste even in the best tasting events.

Gleneagles, Perthshire, Scotland

Gleneagles is one of the magical hotels of the country. It has a great reputation for its glorious history, gold and of course whiskey. Housing an exclusive room called as Whiskey Suite, the hotel also creates its own whiskey and offers its guests a perfect whiskey experience. Besides, this is a perfect opportunity for having a rest in a magnificent chateau-hotel after workshops that you will explore the Scottish Whiskey Road. The mansion’s Michelin-star restaurant and the award-winning spa are also in our must-have list.

The Fife Arms Hotel, Highlands, Scotland

The world-famous The Fife Arms Hotel has a reputation for its unique art collection exhibited in its rooms and common areas. The hotel is also one of the most special address where you might have a rest in a tasting journey in which you will discover Scottish whiskeys. Located in the Highlands, where Scotland’s world-famous whiskey is produced, the hotel is among the successful business that keep the traditional Scottish culture alive today. Preferred by British royalty, The Fife Arms is also famous for its extraordinary whiskey tasting menus at its bar and restaurant.

Ballyfin, Ireland

Located at the foot of the Slieve Bloom mountains, the heart of Ireland, Ballyfin is a wonderful country hotel of history and romance. Consisting of 22 rooms, this Irish chateau used to as the luxurious accommodation of the Duke of Wellington and his family for many years. Today, you might try many royalty sports such as archery and horse riding at Ballyfin. The hotel organizes exclusive whiskey tastings, which is a good opportunity to discover the deep world of Irish whiskey.

Meldrum House, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Tasting Scotch whiskey in a magnificent 13th century castle must be an extraordinary experience… The 800-year-old Cave Bar features 120 different types of whiskey. The hotel also houses Scotland’s 100 world-famous golf courses. Tasting at distilleries such as Glendronach in the neighboring town of Huntly, Glen Garioch in the town of Oldmeldrum and Glenglassaugh in Portsoy will improve your whiskey culture.

The Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto, Japan

Japanese whiskey has gained global recognition with its breakthroughs over 20 years. The spirits produced with the unique spring waters inside distilleries located between Osaka and Kyoto are among the most expensive whiskeys today. The hotel must be best address for your journey to get to know Japanese whiskey culture. You might try the best Japanese whiskeys at the hotel’s bar by the side of romantic Kamo River.

Commodore Perry Estate, Austin, Texas, USA

American bourbons are must on radar of whiskey enthusiasts. In general, produced in Texas and Kentucky, these kinds of whiskeys are members of a vast culture. You can discover what is the difference between these kinds of whiskeys and Scotch whiskeys at distilleries near Austin, Texas. When it comes to hotels, Commodore Perry Estate is one of the greatest and newest hotels that you can accommodate during your Austin Whiskey Tour. Renovated by America’s award-winning Auberge Resorts hotel group, the mansion stands out as well as the whiskey collection.