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Old Town Chambers - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Old Town Chambers

Roxburgh's Court, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
"Great location - lovely decor "
On entering apartments- it clearly had the wow factor. After a 3 night stay we noticed certain little things were lacking - no place to hang coats, minimal space to put luggage (nothing in spare bedroom- kids stuff was in a linen basket!), a blind fell off the window, there were no net curtains- so had to get dressed with either main blinds down or in the bathroom, and the tv didn't work in the bedroom Great toiletries though!
Traveller from h
The Scotsman Hotel - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Scotsman Hotel

20 North Bridge, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Couldn't find the reception on arrival but once located the staff were excellent. Room was excellent, but a bit tired.
A Traveller
Jasmine Apartment - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Jasmine Apartment

17/2 Great Junction Street, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
2.0 out of 5 (4 reviews)
Village Hotel Edinburgh - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Village Hotel Edinburgh

140 Crewe Road South, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
"Excellent stay for the Rugby"
Excellent hotel, we had a club room which was very comfortable (I personally hate very soft pillows so asked for firm pillows on our second night which was no problem). Breakfast good and swimming pool and changing room facilities brilliant and very clean. All staff friendly and helpful. Easy journey into city centre by bus (no 37, 19 or 47) for £4 for a day ticket. Large free car park area if you have a vehicle. We had dinner in the urban bar and grill on our first night which was delicious. The bar next to the restaurant was busy too with comfortable lounge style seating. Would definitely stay again. Taxi to airport around £20.
Traveller from Kirkwall
Palmerston Suites - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Palmerston Suites

37 Palmerston Place, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
"Nice apartment "
Had previously read that there was a lot of stairs to the apartments but didn't seem to fussed, once we got there and had a room on the top floor I realised it was a lot of stairs and they really could do with installing a lift. Once inside the room straight away the door slammed and didn't click closed which you don't really expect. Everyone someone on our floor closed their door it could be heard very loudly. Shower had no pressure so took forever to use. The only mirror in the whole apartment was inside the bathroom which was just a half size, a full size mirror would have been appreciated. Bed was pretty comfortable with a good amount of pillows. Windows weren't double glazed so was a tad noisy and when it was windy.
Traveller from london
Tune Hotel - Haymarket, Edinburgh - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Tune Hotel - Haymarket, Edinburgh

7 Clifton Terrace, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
"Just what I wanted."
Due to bus connections I had to make 2 overnight stops in Edinburgh. So basically I needed a bed for the night. The low price at Tunes suited me very well. From just outside the bus station I took the short tram ride to Haymarket. When I arrived the staff were very welcoming and helpful. I got to my room. It had a bed, a bathroom and a TV. All I needed. And I didn't need to step out of the hotel to have a decent meal. The reception area had access to a restaurant. That was all my boxes ticked.
Traveller from Belfast
Hot-el-Apartments Canon Court - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hot-el-Apartments Canon Court

20 Canonmills, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
"Blue brothers"
We went to the playhouse and needed somewhere close, the apartments were excellent very clean and well equipped, our only fault was we heard every door closing on our floor,
Traveller from scotland
Pollock Halls - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Pollock Halls

18 Holyrood Park Road, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
Hotel about 30 minutes walk from city centre. Clean and safe hotel and friendly staff and with breakfast included. The rooms are student rooms, but perfectly fine.
A Traveller
No.32 Hotel - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

No.32 Hotel

32 Coates Gardens, Edinburgh - Map
 
 
"Great little Haymarket hotel in historic property "
We enjoyed our stay in large beautiful room at this jewel of a hotel. Ten minutes walk from Haymarket train station, easy access to all crosstown busses and pleasant short walk to Murrayfield stadium. We also did the Leith Walk from access just up the street one block. Great bed, adequate en suite bathroom (small but functional) and lots of room in Room 2. Appreciated the locked front door, quiet street and very personable owners and staff. Breakfast was hearty traditional and the bar cozy and comfortable and a nice extra not often found in such small hotels. The owner was happy to keep our bags all day for our late train departure as well.
Traveller from Kansas, USA
DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh Airport  - Newbridge Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh Airport 

Edinburgh International Airport, Newbridge - Map
 
 
"Cloe to the airport "
Clean and spacious room,comfy bed and free shuttle to airport.Would stay here again.
A Traveller

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    If you’re looking to escape to the countryside then consider booking your stay at a hotel in the Scottish Borders, just south of the country’s capital city of Edinburgh.

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