Clean quiet comfortable. Slept well. Early start and shared taxi to airport as very early morning flight but normally easy connexion by tram.
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
Very close to princes st and train station, easy walking distance. Good eats close by.
Helpful friendly staff. Good location. Kitchen facilities a bit cramped and triple bunks very little headroom but overall a nice clean welcoming place.
The environment in the hostel is great. It has a clean shared washroom and bathroom. The sleeping area is clean as well. However, as the hostel is located at a bar area, it is kinda noisy outside the windows at night. The problem is that if I close the windows, the sleeping area gets too warm.
Pods are really nice. Private, usb charger and a locker
I wax happy to stay at the Adelphi - they accepted my booking at very short notice, the room was small but exactly what I needed for two nights in leith. The views of the park were love,y and made for a quiet stay. I was disappointed that the tv didn’t work and the WiFi was very hit and miss.
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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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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