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This was a great hotel. The rooms were very comfortable and clean. The bathroom was up to date. The staff was friendly. This was the last place we stayed on our trip and it definitely was perfect.
Just 5 min walk from Waverly Train Station, opposite to Scott Monument. It is very convenient to visit tourist attractions in Edinburgh by walk. There are many shopping stores and restaurant nearby (Prince Street). The only problem is Hotel Lobby in on 2nd Floor, so it may not good for heavy luggage, ...
Ideal location for an evening at the Festival Theatre. Very pleasant 20 min walk through the meadows into city centre.
Pros: 1) Modern looking and interior decoration 2) Super clean 3) Has a kitchen 4) A convenient store/supermarket nearby for you shop for ingredients if you choose to cook instead of eat out 5) Only steps away from Royal Miles, which is the main street connecting the Castle and Palace of Holyrood, ...
It was a good stay! I met new friends. We call ourselves JK Rowling as we went to Elephant House and know each other a lot more. Since then, we all became very close
I chose the hotel since it was close to the airport. The room are good size and reasonable. Staff is cooperative. But very minimal option for vegetarians. It was a quite stay.
Very impressed with this hotel. The check-in staff were friendly and helpful. The room had a good view, and was quiet, despite being on a relatively busy street. The trains did not bother us at all. Easy access to either the Royal Mile (up the stairs), or to North Bridge and Princes Street - easily ...
Look around on your stay in Edinburgh and you’ll see why the city’s eco-friendly hotels are so committed to sustainability and their green credentials.
Edinburgh’s natural beauty hits you the moment you arrive. Iconic landmarks and centuries of history nestle side by side with stunning natural features like Princes Street Gardens, and epic views, such as the one from Calton Hill to the east of the city.
Local hotels use organic and locally-sourced produce, recycling and energy efficiency to minimise their environmental impact.
Jaw-dropping vistas are all part of the deal when discovering this city. You could start with Edinburgh Castle perched atop an (extinct) volcano and look out across the striking Georgian New Town and the Firth of Forth beyond, before making your way down the Royal Mile to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. After practicing your royal wave in this regal residence, take a stroll up nearby Arthur’s Seat or Salisbury Crags for magnificent panoramas across the city.