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In Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, this Hotel Du Vin has uniquely styled bedrooms in a former city asylum. At the hotel’s heart is a French Bistro, serving produce from the Lothian region. Great character that fits into the local architecture while offering modern conveniences and essentials, like a fantastic bed. In addition, efficient personal service, delicious food (excellent quality coffee!) and attention to detail as in their other properties - without being twee. Most of all, very relaxed and generous, offering me a very late checkout to 3pm when a meeting I had was cancelled and had a late train departure out that day. Very kind.
This small, family-run metro hotel has easy access by bus to Edinburgh city center, less than 2 miles away. It offers free on-street parking, free WiFi, rooms with attached bathroom and a bar. My single room was up two flights of stairs but was surprisingly large with excellent shower-room facilities. Superb breakfast menu. A bar is also available for a night cap. Very friendly service. Quiet location and buses to the centre are nearby.
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It was a very nice hotel smack dab in the midst of all sights. The staff were friendly and helpful. Our room was a pleasant surprise because we unexpectedly had a side view of the castle. The accommodations were comfortable and spotless. We had a huge bathroom and amenities were plentiful. I want to go back there!
Edinburgh is lovely city. There is lots to see and do and good shopping options. Unfortunately many restaurants and bars close their kitchens at 9:00 pm. If you are arriving late or get back from a tour late, it can be quite challenging to find a place close by to eat. The old Waverly Hotel offers a delicious Haggis at their bar restaurant. If you are not familiar with the UK, skip included breakfasts with your hotel and instead go to a Marks & Spencer (M&S) or Pret-A-Manger for healthy and inexpensive breakfast items and lunches. There are enough of these around that there should be one close by. Near Edinburgh Castle there is the Edinburgh Wool Mill. If you go inside you can actually make your way down to the bottom of the building and watch wool and tartans be made; it's free and a neat things to be able to say you've seen.
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Loved the city as a whole. We had one of the most romantic and best dinners at the Witchery Restaurant in the garden room.It's very easy to get to everything and our hotel was close to everything!!
Loved the Christmas Market - mulled wine, the fairground rides, the buzz! Found perfect presents in vibrant shops with savvy staff on George Street and Princes Street. Coffee in Valvona and Croll at Jenners on Princes Street. Lunch in Jamie's Italian on Rose Street. Dinner in Cucina at G & V Hotel in Old Town on day one - excellent hotel. Old Town was brilliant with The Street of Light experience. Supper at the Radisson on the Royal Mile on day two - and a perfect Room with a View. Taxi drivers are real pros to take you anywhere with lively chat. To be avoided: the awful floods in our city of Carlisle, which the staff at the G & V and the Radisson made bearable by re-arranging our travel when the West Coast Line was blocked.
8.1 Very Good 3,679 reviews
Lovely hotel/free parking/welcoming reception. Great location as it's near the city centre so therefore makes exploring the place easier. Although we didn't go to the Edinburgh zoo it's right next door to the hotel. The breakfast was very good. A shout out to Andy, chef we met during breakfast. He went out of his way to meet our dietary requirement. He ensured during our stay he made vegetarian sausages specifically for us which just made our stay even better and we felt special. Thank you Andy!!
9.2 Awesome 676 reviews
The property was picked due to its proximity to south Edinburgh. They have a spacious parking lot which we felt was very important in this area. The rooms were state of the art and featured super clean and updated furnishings and finishes. The bathroom rivaled those in hotels that cost 4 times as much with modern fixtures and lighting. The owners were super accommodating and recomended we eat at the sheeps heid inn which is very close by and the oldest pub in Scotland, circa 1320! Amazing hotel in a great area!
7.4 Good 1,643 reviews
Quiet. Good value for money - colleagues also staying in Edinburgh paid a lot more for their rooms and were not so lucky. Is a fair walk from hotel to the city centre, but if you’re fit and enjoy strolls along canals, through parks and don’t mind being away from the centre its perfect. A small shower but hot and powerful; shared kitchen which was actually quite a nice thing. Fridge, freezer, microwave and utensils all provided. Good quality mid-budget accommodation
8.3 Very Good 6,396 reviews
Friendly and prompt welcome made better by an upgrade. Hard to say what a ‘normal’ room would have been like but suffice to say that the upgrade was more apartment than hotel room. In the new block and very comfortable, clean and given on a busy road in middle of town pretty quiet. Windows double glazed. Location great. Easy (save for the hill!) walk to royal mile and Edinburgh Castle. Tram from airport stops on the same road just a short walk from the hotel.
8.9 Excellent 3,925 reviews
An excellent hotel right from the moment we walked through the door. Excellent reception staff. so very nice and polite and helpful. a wonderfully comfortable bed. staff so helpful in keeping suitcase and Christmas shopping right until We were ready to leave Edinburgh to go home. I will definitely recommend this hotel to any friends or family coming to Edinburgh. great location and nice and close to city centre. a great hotel which made for an excellent weekend.
8.7 Excellent 5,581 reviews
I would highly recommend Staycity Aparthotels West End to any one visiting Edinburgh. I enjoyed my stay with them very much. The staff was friendly and helpful. They knew alot about the area and gave great tips. I loved the apartment, the apartment had all the luxery you could ask for and more. It was clean and very comfortable. The area was quiet and close to public transport as well as within walking distance to the city centre.
9.0 Awesome 4,716 reviews
Prime location! Just in the middle of Royal mile, between the Edinburgh Castle, Old Town, New Centre, & Palace of Holyrood. Beds were comfy. Staff were friendly. All within walking distance. They gave us free brownies & ice cream. Fringe shows were playing in the premises. The hotel in itself is like an old castle!
8.4 Very Good 2,501 reviews
All of the usual amenities provided, tea & coffee making facilities, iron, hairdryer etc. Beds are super comfy & had a great night's sleep (even the kids 'slept in' until 8.15am - which is unheard of at home). Fantastic bus services to the airport & Edinburgh City Centre just outside the hotel.
9.4 Awesome 920 reviews
Great location. Close to to Edinburgh Castle end of the Royal mile. Hotel near many restaurants and Starbucks! Staff very friendly and helpful. Rooms very clean and nice and larger than some of the rooms that you might expect in these non large chain hotels. Felt very safe as a solo traveler..
9.0 Awesome 1,063 reviews
Hotel Du Vin is an easy walk to all the attractions in Edinburgh. The hotel is clean and well cared for. Beautiful place to stay. The staff was so friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend staying here and if I come back to Scotland I will return to the Hotel Du Vin.
8.8 Excellent 1,603 reviews
Spacious and clean rooms with good selection of amenities. Located between Edinburgh airport and the city centre. Close transport links to the city centre; bus stop just outside the hotel and trams about 15-20 minute walk. Very friendly staff.
8.9 Excellent 1,841 reviews
This hotel is my favorite in Edinburgh! I love the ambiance! The hotel staff is so friendly. They really go out of their way to accommodate. The location is perfect...right near the center of the Royal Mile. I have stayed there several times.
7.9 Good 5,392 reviews
The location was great. Just a very short walk to Waverly Station. From the back entrance of the hotel it was a few steps up a “close” to the Royal Mile. Perfect for shopping , restaurants and visiting Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Abby.
7.8 Good 2,886 reviews
The hotel 🏩 was in the centre of Edinburgh city centre. (Princess Street) Had a great view of Princess Street, the park & a fab view of the castle. The hotel 🏩 was very clean & tidy with a a large comfortable bed.
8.6 Excellent 3,329 reviews
Location is the best. Edinburgh Castle is just a short walk opposite the hotel. Easy to walk around to explore the city. Friendly and helpful staffs. Breakfast is very delicious and good value for cooked selection.
8.8 Excellent 2,304 reviews
The hotels location was out of Edinburgh so easy to get there in the car, the trams are cheap way to get into city centre. The staff were brilliant would definitely recommend anyone to stay there.
9.1 Awesome 6,599 reviews
Location is perfect. Sandemans Tours, Highland Experience Tours, Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle are all within easy walking distance. Staff helpful and friendly. Hotel is clean and spacious. Thanks
8.9 Excellent 1,477 reviews
Hotel was very clean. Great location. Staff very friendly. Very quiet. Comfy beds. Near coffee shops,supermarkets,bars and city centre. Good place to stay while on holiday to Edinburgh.
8.8 Excellent 590 reviews
Location was amazing, in middle of the old town and the best part is the Royal Mile.
9.3 Awesome 649 reviews
The restaurant staff (Katherine and Martin) were exceptional. Took the time to make sure we understood our way around Edinburgh. Recommendations for meals were spot on, food was delicious! I had several options for gluten free food, UNLIKE in AMERICA!!! Room was super comfortable and the beds were like sleeping on a cloud. Highly recommend this hotel! Will be back!