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Excellently located hotel along the Royal mile in Edinburgh. Clean, fantastically comfortable beds and convenient for shopping and dining.
The apartment was clean and we had all the appliances that we needed eg iron ,kettle etc. The tea provided was ok but had a musty smell. We were a little far from the city but was easy to get the bus there...about 20 mins ride.
Traveling with some friends, we had just finished a two week trip through Scotland, mostly in small villages and coastal areas. It was wonderful! The problem was that I was not ready to head back home to the United States. Staying at this hotel our last night was convenient to the airport, but it ...
Nice Hotel, bit to far out of Edinburgh, staff lovely. Bit tight on the loo roll plus it reminded me of School days not the softest! It's the little things for me. Comfortable bed and would stay again.
Went to Edinburgh for the weekend with friends for the Tattoo, hotel very welcoming. Rooms were on 1st floor but sitting above a service road so very noisy at times with delivery vehicles and dust carts. No air con so had to keep windows open. Rooms a little on the small size and bathroom tiny. Disappointed ...
Travelled to Waverley railway station and just crossed road to get into hotel. Lovely spacious room on floor 8 looking over Edinburgh to Firth of Fourth. Fresh milk in fridge and bath and shower. Only comment, room was very warm and no air conditioning although fan provided.
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.
Take a look at the Edinburgh hotel deals on Expedia and treat yourself to an incredible meal in one of its famous areas.