There are so many winners of The Scottish Hotel Awards that they split up the announcements by region.
It is now time for the best in Edinburgh to be announced.
In the category of 4* Business Hotel Hotel Indigo Edinburgh Princes Street won the honours and in the 5* Business Hotel the Waldorf Astoria the Caledonian won the award.
The Dunstane on Hampton Terrace won the award for best Bar Dining Hotel and also shared the spoils for best Boutique Hotel.
The Principal Charlotte Square won best Brand Hotel and their sister hotel in George Street won the best Conference Hotel.
Best Breakfast Hotel went to Fraser Suites and best castle hotel was awarded to Dalhousie Castle Hotel & Spa.
The Contemporary Style Hotel award was given to Old Town Chambers where the interior design is just stunning.
The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa won an award for Events Hotel and Princes Street Suites picked up the honour for best Family Hotel.
The Fine Dining Award went to Waldorf Astoria and the Classic style Hotel was won by the Principal Charlotte Square.
The Raeburn in Stockbridge was honoured as best Classic Hotel Bar and Informal Dining Hotel and Ten Hill Place Hotel won the award for Informal Fine Dining Hotel.
Best Large Wedding Hotel was given to Principal George Street and the Luxury Hotel award was given to the Balmoral. The award for being most Accessible Hotel was given to Hilton Edinburgh Carlton and the Glasshouse Hotel was awarded best Romantic Hotel.
Serviced apartments at Destiny Scotland, Distillers House were judged the best in town and the Waldorf won best Spa Hotel award.
There were also many awards given to individuals working in these and other hotels across the city.
The Scottish Hotel Awards is operated by Paragraph Publishing, publishers of Scotland Magazine and organizer of awards and events nationally and internationally. The scheme provides member hotels, serviced apartments and guest houses support and guidance year round, with annual judging from January to March, to encourage, recognise and reward excellence, raising standards of Scotland’s hospitality industry as a whole.