The W Hotel is yet to open in Edinburgh but it is already raging locals. The steel vault covering it gives it an uninviting silhouette.
History of the fourteenth century when suddenly, in the sky of the Scottish capital, a form appears anything but majestic. There is no illusion possible for Guardian, The W Hotel, which is still under construction, has the shape of a cow dung. Daily life is even more accurate when speaking “poo emoji”. “Unveiling its Mal Shikhar above the historic urban skyline, swearing in an alluring landscape of elegant staircases and other minarets, this large dazzling pile demonstrates that despite measures to protect UNESCO’s heritage global conservation activism [urbaine] And long conversations in the design phase, sometimes… the situation goes awry. “
The hotel in question is part of a larger shopping complex, In the New Town District: “158,000 square meters of shops, restaurants and luxury apartments, as well as a cinema, with 1,600 spaces above an underground car park. In short, a brand new plot in the city center”. The coped building quickly became the laughing stock of social media.
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