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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, ...
Nice large quiet room - we were worried about staying in a busy neighborhood, but it was very quiet at the back of the hotel where we stayed. We used the pool at the sister hotel next door & also enjoyed the sauna.
I loved this hotel. It was very modern. It was great for a long stay with an efficient kitchen. The location was just fabulous right off The Royal Mall. Would definitely stay again.
In Edinburgh for medical conference. Clean, quiet hotel near restaurants, pubs and University of Edinburgh. Helpful staff. There's a pool and a gym. Reasonable rates.
About 20 minutes trying to find the apartment, the pick up keys address and then, the apartment address, they don't wait for you at the apartment, neither take you to the apartment, we have to call the office after we picked up the keys, it is a tricky city regarding the addresses, besides that, ...
Although it is in an excellent location the street signage could be more visible. On our visit in May we found the room to be very hot with no way of controlling the temperature.
Stayed 6 nights. The location was perfect, the staff always available and very helpful. Breakfast was fresh, hot and good variety.
There’s no better way to tap the rich seam of history flowing through Scotland’s capital than with a stay in one of Edinburgh’s historic hotels.
From castles and palaces to monuments to ruins, the city’s treasures from the past all vie for your attention here.
Choose from accommodation in historic buildings like the Roxburghe in Charlotte Square or The Balmoral on Princes Street. Some date as far back as the 16th century. Admire period features from turrets to stained glass windows and thoughtful details that reveal glimpses of a hotel’s former life.
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