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Good hotel good location but got lost trying to find it after getting to city centre. Drinks good price in hotel. Room very comfortable and lovely pillows.
Comfortable and clean hotel in good location to visit sights and only short taxi ride to Waverley train station. You can walk but it is very hilly. Staff are friendly and very helpful, will stay here again when we next visit Edinburgh.
The hotel is located a ten minute walk from Princes Street and five minutes from Grassmarket and the historic old town. The room was clean and comfortable if a little bland in decor. The reception team were extremely helpful and polite.
Apartment was clean good size underfloor heating was terrible even with it up full blast still cold with having the kids and a baby with us we had to have the oven on for a while to warm the place up. For the he price you pay stayed in better places in Edinburgh.
The hotel was all decked out for Christmas and was beautiful, it was clean, warm and quiet. We were in room 606 and it was a windy night but there was a definite problem above our room and it banged all night and at one point felt like something was being lifted off roof and banging down. On saying ...
We stayed for an overnight to visit edinburgh christmas markets and the hotel and staff were brilliant. We booked a taxi to the train station and hopped on train into christmas markets, only downside was the train on the way back. Not enough carriages and packed in like sardines, would put me off ...
With its blend of old world charm and cosmopolitan glamour, Edinburgh is one of the most popular tourist destinations for people around the world. In this bite-sized city, sightseeing, shopping, relaxation and conviviality go hand in hand. Booking a relaxing 4 star hotel in the Scottish capital is perfect for a city break.
Edinburgh has a wealth of visitor attractions, including historic monuments, fantastic shops, pretty parks and plenty of bars to let your hair down in the evenings. Scotland is known for its hospitality and the capital city is full of restaurants and cafes to dine out at, offering fresh Scottish produce and local draughts in a variety of unique settings.
Edinburgh has a plethora of A-list restaurants serving contemporary and traditional Scottish food. For a memorable evening in the New Town, 21212 on Royal Terrace has an award-winning reputation. Situated conveniently next to the Playhouse Theatre, it is a perfect location to catch dinner and a show. Culinary connoisseurs can also sample divine Michelin-starred seafood at Restaurant Martin Wishart in the historic port area of Leith. For superb meals on the Old Town’s Royal Mile, look out for Ondine on George IV Bridge.
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