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Located in New Town, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Princes Street Gardens and Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre. Edinburgh Castle and St. Giles' ...
The Principal Edinburgh George Street£84The Principal Edinburgh George Street£84
Located in New Town, this hotel is steps away from Princes Mall, Princes Street Gardens and Scott Monument. Edinburgh Castle and St. Giles' Cathedral are also ...
Mercure Edinburgh City - Princes Street Hotel£59Mercure Edinburgh City - Princes Street Hotel£59
Located in New Town, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Charlotte Square, Princes Street Gardens and Scott Monument. National Gallery of Scotland and ...
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Located in New Town, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Charlotte Square, Princes Street Gardens, and Royal Lyceum Theatre. Edinburgh International ...
The Principal Edinburgh Charlotte Square£96The Principal Edinburgh Charlotte Square£96
Located in Old Town, this luxury hotel is steps away from Writers' Museum, St. Giles' Cathedral and Gladstone's Land. Greyfriars Kirk and Princes Street Gardens ...
Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Mile Edinburgh£100Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Mile Edinburgh£100
Edinburgh’s city centre is a magnificent place to explore. One minute you might be rubbing shoulders with Edinburgh’s famous lost canine ‘Greyfriars Bobby’ while the next you could be strolling through sophisticated shops on fashionable George Street. Browse and book hotels in the Scottish capital with Expedia’s search tool.
There are a wide variety of superb hotels in Edinburgh to suit travellers of all tastes and budgets. Stay central to keep close to some of Scotland’s most famous entertainment venues and historic attractions. The Assembly Rooms is a coveted venue for live music and comedy gigs during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, with plenty of surrounding accommodation to choose from.
The centre of Edinburgh is split into two distinct areas: the Old Town and the New Town. In the former you will find some of Scotland’s most historic locations including the Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Construction of The New Town began at the end of the 18th Century, so while it may be modern compared to the medieval street layout of the Old Town it is roughly as old as the United States is. Look out for boutique shops and art galleries as well as a number of pretty parks and waterways.
Get the most out of the entertainment available in Edinburgh after depositing your bags in one of its many lovely hotels.