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Hotel is an old Georgian town house. If you had a room above ground floor level it would be lovely. My room and bathroom were very clean and well furnished and well maintained. However, it was in a basement (the original kitchen?) and looked out on to a small courtyard which had two storage rooms ...
This is lovely hotel. The only problem is at the moment there is no restaurant or bar. We were in a petite room so it was very difficult to have two breakfast trays on luggage racks we had to sit in the floor only one pouffe in room. The breakfast was lovely piping hot and in time. The staff are ...
I went on a short break to Edinburgh to celebrate my father's 60th birthday and the Dunstane was chosen on the back of excellent reviews commenting largely on its quality service. I was not disappointed. Firstly, I was arriving via plane at Edinburgh airport. Rather fortuitously, the frequent Airlink ...
I really had a very nice experience there, excellent staff. High recomemd. 5 minutes from Princess Street, and 20 minutes walk to the Castle so any time you can go back to the hotel to have some rest and then start your journey trip again. The last day I took bus (26) and in 15 minutes I was on the ...
As one of the world’s most popular visitor destinations, Scotland’s capital of Edinburgh, offers a fantastic array of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets including many chic boutique hotels, where you’ll enjoy the tasteful and trendy side of the city, without any of the twee.
This historical and cosmopolitan city has many stylish, contemporary and classic boutique hotels dotted throughout the city within proximity of famous landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile and the charming cobbled streets of the Old Town.
There are many more superb classic boutique hotels in Edinburgh’s New Town area, which is recognisable by its impressive Georgian architecture and green areas, including the spectacular Botanic Gardens.
Away from the city centre, you’ll find boutique hotels with charm and character in the famous Shore area with a variety of great bars and restaurants, including Michelin star eateries, within easy reach.
However, you don’t always need to head out to eat as many boutique hotels in Edinburgh have fantastic restaurants on site.
Edinburgh’s boutique hotels provide a luxurious and chic escape for the business or leisure traveller in fantastic locations with easy access to transport links and major attractions.
Book a boutique hotel in Edinburgh and add a glamorous touch to your trip.