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    Pocket Guide: Scotland

    Hotels @ Scotland

    Scotland is a vibrant, welcoming country with a rich history and a variety of stunning destinations to explore when you book your holiday with Expedia. A range of small and large hotels are available across the country with world class hospitality and prices to suit a variety of budgets. The vibrant cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen combine a modern culture with a long tradition and imposing historic architecture. The Highlands and dramatic setting of the famous Scottish lochs and glens provide a picturesque backdrop as you tour the great outdoors or sample some exquisite local produce. Book a trip to Scotland with Expedia to connect with an ancient heritage and experience a wealth of activities across a dynamic nation.

    Scottish Culture and History

    A proud country within the United Kingdom, Scotland has some of the most recognisable symbols, traditions and monuments in the world with a wealth of literature and art to discover as you tour enigmatic towns and villages. Choose a city break to immerse yourself in local culture and sample some impressive Scottish food and drink. A countryside break allows you the freedom to go rambling, participate in outdoor activities, or relax with a leisurely stroll in a tranquil setting.

    Scotland has some of the most renowned museums and art galleries in the world with collections covering a whole spectrum of cultures and influences. Stirling Castle and Edinburgh Castle provide an unparalleled glimpse of the past while the innovative setting of the Glasgow Science Centre and the Scottish Parliament showcase modern Scotland. Cities like Paisley and Aberdeen are popular destinations for business travellers and boast a range of hotels featuring conference facilities

    The Kingdom of Fife in the east of Scotland is both the "Home of Golf" and a rural region punctuated with charming fishing villages and the ancient university town of St. Andrews, named after Scotland's Patron Saint.

    Travel Around Scotland

    Scotland is easily reached from other areas of the UK and overseas. Major airlines operate connecting flights between Scottish airports and major destinations around the world. Many travellers choose to arrive in Scotland via Glasgow International Airport or Edinburgh Airport. Motorways connect points of entry like airports, ferry ports or train stations with other parts of the country while a rail network makes it easy to reach the principal cities of Aberdeen, Glasgow or Edinburgh. Bus routes allow you to plan a journey around Scotland taking in popular tourist locations such as Fife, Paisley, Edinburgh Airport and The Trossachs.

    Hotels in Edinburgh

    The capital of Scotland is an architectural jewel with Georgian townhouses and Gothic grandeur that has remained unchanged for generations. Each summer the city comes alive with a throng of cultural festivals and events, including the International Festival in the summer, that attract visitors from all over the world. The thriving local restaurant scene showcases the best of Scottish produce. Edinburgh hotels include luxury accommodation and central hotels for the budget traveller.

    Hotels in Greater Glasgow

    Scotland's largest city has its own character and identity with a people renowned for their good humour and friendliness. The city centre is one of the UK's most popular shopping destinations with a lively nightlife and music scene. Hotels in Glasgow include large hotel chains, boutique accommodation and hotels with conference facilities.

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    Hotels in Edinburgh

    Norton House Hotel & Spa - Newbridge Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Norton House Hotel & Spa

    Ingliston, Newbridge - Map
     
     
    "Perfect escape from the city"
    Although it's difficult to get there by public transport if youre going to Scotland for the first time, it is so secluded and pretty you won't mind. I went in January when it was slightly frosty and the didn't take away from the beauty of the location. Getting to Edinburgh from the hotel is also easy. The hotel itself has very comfortable beds I stayed in one of the upstairs rooms. The staff are really helpful and allowed me to check in early. The restaurant is also lovely, with really great fresh food. Definitely stay there if you want a relaxing break hidden away against fields.
    Traveller from Oxford
    Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Edinburgh International Climbing Arena Ratho and 2 mi (3.3 …More
    Novotel Edinburgh Park - Edinburgh Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Novotel Edinburgh Park

    15 Lochside Avenue, Edinburgh - Map
     
     
    Convenient to the airport with the tram stop 200m walk.
    A Traveller
    Set in the city’s eastern flank, Novotel Edinburgh Park is a 2-minute walk from Edinburgh Park Train Station and a 10-minute …More
    Fraser Suites Edinburgh - Edinburgh Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Fraser Suites Edinburgh

    Fraser Suites Edinburgh, Edinburgh - Map
     
     
    "Great short break"
    Myself and girlfriend both had some time off so decided to take off for a few days, where better to go than Edinburgh. At first I couldn't decide between Fraser Suites or the Hotel Du Vin. Having been to Hotel Du Vin before i knew the stay would be good as the standards they hold are fairly high, however I decided to try the Fraser Suites. Arrived fairly late as we drove from the South coast however this wasn't any trouble for the staff. The room was clean, comfortable and felt luxurious. The room was quiet for being so close to the Royal mile, cannot fault it at all. The location is brilliant, just off the Royal Mile and 5 minutes from the castle! Plenty of great restaurants and bars nearby as well. Only downside was not having great parking, you can park outside and drop your bags off however you cannot stay for long. The hotel have a deal with one of the car parks at Waverley station and the price for a few days came to less than one day parking in central Brighton. Would definitely recommend this hotel!
    Traveller from Brighton
    Centrally located in Edinburgh's Old Town, this boutique hotel is located just off the Royal Mile, a five-minute walk from …More

    Hotels in Greater Glasgow

    Artto Hotel Glasgow - Glasgow Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Artto Hotel Glasgow

    37-39 Hope Street, Glasgow - Map
     
     
    "Decent hotel very close to Glasgow Central Station"
    Hotel very close to Glasgow Central Station - very convenient. Room was small but comfortable and adequate for my needs. Great shower in bathroom Not enough plug sockets in room to charge all your electronic devices Lift was not working during my visit which was inconvenient with luggage. Overall a decent hotel
    Traveller from manchester
    Located in City Centre Glasgow, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Arches Theatre, Gallery of Modern Art, and George …More
    citizenM Hotel Glasgow - Glasgow Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    citizenM Hotel Glasgow

    60 Renfrew Street, Glasgow - Map
     
     
    "Center of Glasgow and hard to get out of bed"
    I stayed in this hotel for New Years weekend of 2015/16 with my girlfriend. The room initially looks basic but when you look into it, its rather brilliant. Everything in the room is controlled by the bedside Ipad and the bed is huge, thinking it is a super king, and very comfortable. Highly recommend it to others.
    Traveller from Scotland
    Located in City Centre Glasgow, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Pavilion Theatre, George Square, and Gallery of …More
    Grand Central Hotel - Glasgow Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Grand Central Hotel

    99 Gordon Street, Glasgow - Map
     
     
    "Good location"
    Great location, especially if you get the bus from the Airport, Shuttle 500. I was kindly upgraded to a deluxe room which was very nice. Only drawback was that it faced out to the main street with the bus depot, so there was considerable noise late into the night,
    A Traveller
    The hotel is joined to the architectural marvel that is Glasgow Central Station, surrounded by top boutiques. The …More