Great price, clean and tidy hotel with all the facilities you need in a low budget hotel
We’ve stayed here before and it’s perfect for simple accommodation for the festival. It’s student accommodation but the rooms are well equipped and the kitchen is pretty handy. The rooms can get quite hot in summer. There is a Tesco close by and it’s about a 15 minute walk to the Grassmarket area. ...
Great location, great facilities, great staff. I teally like this hostel
At the centre of the city. Very good staff. Flexible check in
On a cold night the boiler wasn’t working so we received a heater for the room, the receptionist was very polite and helpful
Clean, relatively comfortable. However, quite noisy. Close to city centre, great value for a night or two.
i like the great big rooms but plenty of stairs and no elevator did not impress me
Excellent place, friendly and super clean and quiet. The best find in Edinburgh! I would recommend it to friends, and definitely look forward to staying there again. Well done, and thank you!
The staff are genuinely nice and will stop in their tracks to help you out. They offer amazing recommendations on what to do, where to eat, thereby making your trip to Edinburgh more interesting. The pods are very clean and relatively spacious. The piece of chocolate upon checking in is a nice touch. ...
Edinburgh is a small city full of unexpected contrasts. In the centre you will see people going about their daily lives amid some of the world’s most iconic structures. Inside Edinburgh hotels you will find wholesome traditional Scottish food served with modern flair. It is an enigmatic destination that defies easy explanation.
Book a comfortable stay in a 2 star hotel – any visit to Edinburgh is a truly rewarding experience. Scotland’s capital was the first UNESCO City of Literature and the city is very much like a good book: thrilling, engaging and a magical escape from the everyday.
Many of Scotland’s best-known writers have called Edinburgh home at some point in their career and this is a fact that the city is proud to show off. Edinburgh has many literary tours and points of interest for visitors, including the café where JK Rowling wrote her captivating Harry Potter novels. Of course, this intriguing city has much to recommend it outside of its literary appeal, with everything from historic monuments to parks and gardens and even the famed Royal Yacht Britannia.
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