Rugby lovers, you’re in the right place…

It’s fair to say that, for many of us Scots, rugby is more than just a sport – it’s a legacy deeply instilled in our nation’s culture. And if you too are a rugby fan, then exciting times are ahead: Six Nations rugby is back!

Three fixtures are lined up for Murrayfield – Scotland’s national stadium in Edinburgh - in the coming weeks and the city will be simply buzzing – with or without a win for our boys.   

The Six Nations matches will kick-off at Murrayfield – just a short stroll from The Chester Residence - on February 2 with Scotland’s opening match against Italy. We’ll then take on Ireland on February 9 and on March 9 we’ll line up against Wales.

But what if thousands of people and roaring crowds don’t quite do it for you? Then you’re in luck! Pubs across the capital will be showing the games live on the big screen - take a pew, sit back with a drink and watch all the action while staying nice and warm.

Whether you’re soaking up the electric atmosphere at Murrayfield or in a cosy pub, The Chester Residence offers the ideal spot for a day’s rest from all the celebrations – or indeed somewhere to commiserate if the result doesn’t turn out quite how you hoped.

Located in Edinburgh’s elegant New Town, our apartments are only a stone’s throw away from the main thoroughfare of Princes Street, where you’ll find plenty of shops, bars, pubs and restaurants.

Our range of grand apartments and penthouses offer a huge amount of space, which mean they are ideal for groups of family or friends visiting for events like the Six Nations. Think about a five-star hotel with the added perks of having a modern kitchen and a living room with a huge TV screen and not to mention a king-sized bed – that’s The Chester Residence.

So, if you’re visiting Edinburgh for the rugby, why not treat yourself to a stay at The Chester Residence? With a prime location for both Murrayfield and the city centre, as well as luxurious and spacious apartments, you’ll be delighted regardless of the final score.

Can you hear the bagpipes play Flower of Scotland already?