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I visited Edinburgh for the first time and this hotel was recommended. I found the staff to be particularly helpful and willing to go to extra lengths to help me (I had some printing to do and was having difficulty with the computer station, and my problem was "solved" before I knew it). I enjoyed ...
The Caledonian has the charm of a hotel in an original historical building. Our room overlooked Princess Street but was still quiet. One minor glitch of no hot water was handled quickly and professionally. All of the staff offered assistance without being overbearing. The swimming pool was ...
Rooms are comfortable and beds great, best night ls sleep for a long time. Room facilities are good, TV kettle fridge iron hairdryer. Had 2 double rooms and a twin and like they say no 2rooms are the same.
Just a Perfect Hotel for a weekend in Edinburhg. It is very close to Old town. Breakfast really good. Rooms very confortable and staff friendly and helpful at all times.
On arrival there was one lady on reception who was unable to check us in so we had to come back in 20 mins. We went and had a coffee, which was very nice. We eventually checked in. We had a superior double room which looked very nice, however, attention to detail on cleaning was a bit lax. Our bathroom ...
Staying in Edinburgh isn’t just about sightseeing (unless you want it to be - of course). There is more to this famous city than meets the eye. With Scotland’s 'Golf Coast' on the doorstep in East Lothian and a variety of offbeat adventures to be had within the city you might be surprised by what’s on offer. Booking your perfect accommodation is easy with Expedia.
While it’s unlikely you will be abseiling down Edinburgh Castle anytime soon, Edinburgh has a vibrant climbing community. There are impressive indoor climbing centres in Granton and Ratho - the latter is the largest indoor climbing wall in the world! The Edinburgh International Climbing Arena also boasts Europe’s largest suspended aerial adventure rope course.
No trip to Edinburgh would be complete without a game of paintball. OK that’s not true, but it’s there if you want it. Head to the indoor centre on Leith Walk or the outdoor area just outside the city in South Queensferry for some colourful simulated combat.
The city is also within easy reach of the Pentland Hills, making it a great place for hikers and runners to base themselves. Hillend Dry Ski Slope is a handy place for skiers.
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