Filled with handpicked luxury brands – and now the exclusive Scottish stockist for many lines, including Le Monde Beryl, Drakes and Chinti & Parker – the new-look Gleneagles retail arcade pays homage to the classic British and French galleries.
Seven luxury boutiques present an extensive range of products, from fashion, accessories and beauty, to homeware, children’s wear and artisan fine foods and whisky.
Guests who want to take home a slice of the iconic hotel should visit the homeware store, Gleneagles & Co, which is filled with artisan products from Scottish and British producers including chocolate bars made by the Gleneagles pastry team.
If whisky is your thing then raise a glass and toast “slàinte mhath” in the new Still Room, which showcases over 200 fine, rare and independent single malt Scotch whiskies.
The Cashmere Rooms celebrates the finest Scottish and British craftsmanship, from classic scarves and sweaters to contemporary statement pieces that showcase the beauty of the fabric. Brands include &Daughter, Edamame and Pringle.
New children’s boutique, Hop & Scotch, is a treasure trove of precious gifts for wee ones, including specially-selected clothing lines, toys and teddies that delight, inspire and entertain.
The Cabinet is a one-stop shop for luxury skincare and fine fragrances with brands such as Dr Barbara Sturm, Kingdom Scotland and Teresa Tarney.
A new lifestyle and eveningwear boutique, Number 7, is filled with luxurious contemporary pieces from names such as Olivia Van Halle, Orlebar Brown and Janavi.
A new jewellery store, 1924, will showcase a range of contemporary luxury brands, including Jessica McCormack, Wwake and Melissa Kaye.
Gleneagles’ Joint Managing Director, Conor O’Leary, said: “We’re thrilled to unveil our new-look Retail Arcade in time for the start of the Christmas shopping season.
“Following a beautiful makeover by our own in-house designers, the Gleneagles Retail Arcade is now a unique gift shopping destination that showcases an enviable range of luxurious brands and some of the finest craftsmanship in Scotland and the UK.”