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This hotel is budget, but all amenities if needed. Very clean perfect location, tram across road to city. Definitely staying here again.
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. ...
Stayed here after a macbackpackers tour. This hostel is huge! So much common space including 2 kitchens and 3 living areas. Very social with affordable events every night. My room was warm and comfortable with 2 pillows. Plenty of bathrooms as far as I could see. Free luggage storage. Breakfast is ...
The room light is quite dark. Staff is very friendly. Good location
Nice warm room, very good breakfast and good situation.
The place is very central, with nice friendly staff, the room is quite spacious and quiet. Good size locker in the room and also for usage after checkout, if needed. Kitchen very well served and organized, bathroom was very clean too. Only 'complaint' was regarding the internet: they change passwords ...
Good position to reach quickly the city centre, confortable room and well accessorised toilet
Really nice experience, love this hotel , clean and comfortable, and near to the city town.
Clean, relatively comfortable. However, quite noisy. Close to city centre, great value for a night or two.
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.
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