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BrewDog DogHouse Edinburgh features free bikes, terrace, a restaurant and bar in Edinburgh. By far the best brewdog hotel in UK that I have stayed.
Located in the centre of Edinburgh, just a few minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile and 650 yards of The Real Mary King's Close, Market Street forms part of Edinburgh’s historic skyline. Everything was simply perfect!
Featuring a fitness centre, a terrace as well as a bar, Gleneagles Townhouse is set in the centre of Edinburgh, 400 metres from Edinburgh Waverley station. Staff was friendly and professional. Dining room food was excellent, including breakfast.
Situated conveniently in the centre of Edinburgh, Malmaison Edinburgh City offers air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi and a bar. Amazing hotel. great location.
Conveniently set in Edinburgh, YOTEL Edinburgh provides air-conditioned rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi and a bar. The bed was amazing, a level of comfiness you dont see that often in hotels. Also very clean!
Just 2 minutes’ walk from Princes Street, ibis Styles St Andrew Square offers uniquely designed rooms in Edinburgh city centre. Great Location, very clean, Rooms are comfartable and the breakfast is very good.
Residence Inn by Marriott Edinburgh has a central Edinburgh location, just 10 minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building, and there is an on-site fitness... Breakfast was fantastic, so was the room and all the amenities - complimentary laundry machines,...
In Edinburgh’s vibrant city centre, 200 metres from the Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, Hotel Indigo Edinburgh offers stylish rooms with work areas. The location is excellent, a few minutes from the train station.
Motel One Edinburgh-Princes is set in the heart of Princes Street and less than 5 minutes’ walk from Edinburgh Waverley Station. This contemporary hotel features a bar and a 24-hour front desk. Location. Hair dryer. Pillows. Bed. Room size. The views..everything
Situated in the centre of Edinburgh, the Motel One Edinburgh-Royal is 5 minutes’ walk away from the train station, and only half a mile from the Castle. Guests can reach the historical St. great location and design, lovely staff
Cosy, convenient but most of all chic, the 4-star Apex City of Edinburgh Hotel sits at the foot of Edinburgh Castle, just off the must-see Royal Mile. Location is very good. You are closer to the Castle and Royal mile and the same time you are not...
In Edinburgh’s New Town, this Georgian building is just a 5-minute walk from bustling Princes Street and Edinburgh Rail Station. Good rooms, decent breakfast and easy walk to main attractions.
Boasting a bar, Leonardo Edinburgh City is situated in Edinburgh in the Lothian region, 700 metres from EICC and less than 1 km from National Museum of Scotland. Très bien placé par rapport au Grass Market, au chateau d'Edimbourg, etc.
This beautifully restored 3-star hotel is in Edinburgh city centre, just 300 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station and Princes Street. Rooms each have a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. Lovely hotel within walking distance of all amenities in the city centre but in a quiet back street.
In the heart of historic Edinburgh, ibis Edinburgh Centre Royal Mile is situated just off the historic Royal Mile. The stylish hotel has a lively bar and spacious rooms with internet access. Good and delicious breakfast buffet - fresh warm bakery. Centrum Edinburgh Old Town.
This city centre Holiday Inn Express is just a few minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile, and 0.6 miles from Holyrood House. location & gluten free section at breakfast 😊
Located on Princes Street, The Balmoral has a 4 AA Rosette restaurant, a pool and a gym. Waverley Station and Edinburgh's main shopping area are within 5 minutes' walk. The staff in front dest and concierge were all attentive and helpful
The glamorous Rutland Hotel has stylish rooms, a luxurious late-lounge, and a unique restaurant with a glass wine cellar. Great location, friendly and efficient staff but low key
Just 0.5 miles from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station, this 4-star Ten Hill Place, WorldHotels Distinctive is owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and offers free WiFi. Close to transit, central for touring. I left my luggage ahead of check in.
Tigerlily is an award-winning boutique hotel with chic rooms, an elegant bar, nightclub and a restaurant. Great service upon arrival, clean, fantastic room.
Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel is situated in Edinburgh, just metres from Princes Street and George Street. The hotel and the room very clean and the stuff very friendly
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. Staff were so helpful and lovely
The Royal Scots Club offers grand country-house charm, a cosy club atmosphere and free WiFi in Edinburgh city centre. In the peaceful New Town district, there is a hotel lift for access to all floors.... We enjoyed the club atmosphere. An air of sophistication.
In the heart of Edinburgh, a 5-minute walk from Waverley Rail Station, 28 York Place Hotel offers a lounge bar, free WiFi and bedrooms with views. Great location, comfortable, cozy, clean, and friendly receptionist!
Lots of fun things to see and do and just a nice place to hang out. Loads of lunch spots; we would recommend the Whiskey and Haggis arcade and suggest try the Robert Burns Famous Haggis with whiskey sauce; one portion is enough for 2 people.
The real St Mary's Close. Amazing "Museum" which is actually a series of uncovered streets that were originally built beneath the current road, below the town. When the plague hit, the poor were entombed there. The history of it was mind-boggling. A must to see. The Mile itself just great to walk, stop, sip a drink or two. The Dome restaurant and Bars wonderous at Xmas. Fantastic array of external and internal Christmas lights, trees.
Loved walking up and down the Royal Mile, it was the Fringe Festival while were there, it was a hive of activity and street performers were dotted along the mile. There are also some interesting shops selling souvenirs, if that's your thing
DON'T go in peak season! The historical interest is completely obfuscated by the crowds and tacky souvenir shops. Taking a walking tour with Mercat tours at least gives one interesting historical information
Hopefully you'll get a chance to walk the entire length. Always a bustling area with lots of interesting things to do and see. Too much to list here. Check online. the Whisky adventure is a must for those who like a tipple, Camera Obscura at the castle end. Holyrood Palace and park at the other. Book the top end restaurants well in advance of your visit.
Give the ghost tours a try or even visit the graveyards yourself . Great bars in the Old Town area near the castle and amazing food at Makars Gourmet Mash restaurant . Great Italian cafe down last Omni centre .
Room is very spacious, clean and with all facilities needed, very spacious bathroom, great location at University campus, charming neighborhood; very near city center (Royal Mile - wide variety of buses from Commonwealth Pool bus stop 2min from the hotel or Newington bus stop 5 min walk, hotel is really very well connected!) and in the same time in quiet place (very close to Holyrood park), it is really unique scenery we enjoyed it very much ! Staff very friendly, helpful and professional!
We loved our stay at the Wilde Aparthotel - this was our second stay and it was as good as the first. The location is fantastic for walking to the Royal Mile and the street is a little quieter than the main road through Grassmarket. The staff are friendly and helpful - shout out to Ava for her lovely note and Percy for his friendly farewell. The one bedroom apartment is perfect for a longer stay in Edinburgh.
There was nothing to fault with this property. Perfect central location, right in the middle of Edinburgh Old Town, really 1 minute from the Royal Mile. It is the perfect size for a large group travelling with the 5 bedrooms. The apartment was spotless and had all necessary facilities for our stay. I would highly recommend for anyone travelling who wants to really be in the heart of Edinburgh.
The property is very tastefully decorated. it was very clean and comfy. It is perfectly located on the Royal Mile to be easily accessible to all the sights. It is a wonderful little apartment and we spent a couple of comfy days there. perfect place to relax in the comfy lounge after a a long days sightseeing. lots of cafes and bars nearby for breakfast or a night cap :)
Very convenient location. Next to the train station and tram stop. Edinburgh Castle and the Princess Garden can be reached on foot and you can walk further to the Royal Mile. The apartment itself is very clean and cosy, especially the kitchen, with all the amenities of high quality.
Overall a really lovely apartment, spacious, clean and modern whilst retaining some character. Sauna, spa bath and Sonos all nice additions. Fabulous location and views over the royal mile. Easy access to the apartment and fabulous communication with the host.
Location is excellent but can be noisy while the Royal Mile closes down. Room was very comfortable and although a hostel having a private room wasn't so different to a hotel. For a city as expensive as Edinburgh this is an excellent low price option.
Great location on the Royal Mile. Modern apartment+hotel with key facilities such as laundry unit. Great helpful staff. Modern and clean studio room with lots of spaces and storages. Good pantry for quick meal. Comfy big bed. Nice big bathroom.
The rooms are well set out for a hotel room - lots of clever use of space. Bed was amazing, so comfortable. Everything was beautifully clean. Great location if you are into the tourist stuff of Victoria St and the Royal Mile.
Only a short walk from the royal mile, this is an ideal hotel for a short stay in edinburgh. Room was spacious enough for 2 people, staff was friendly and the overall experience is very good.
Get away from the Royal Mile where tourists come to snap endless photos of token bag pipers wearing kilts. Walk to the Stockbridge neighborhood, full of beautiful flats, interesting shops and cafes. Walk to the old side of the city underneath the castle for pub crawling.
Walking from the Castle down the Royal Mile to Holyrood House with the new Parliament en route takes some beating in terms not just of historical content but also of ease of travel-it's a straight downhill walk. On the way talk to people-some of the locals actually know a lot about their City and take a pride in it.
St. Giles on the Royal Mile is several hundreds of years old. My family attended a pipe organ recital there one evening. What an awesome and thunderous sound that huge organ made, but could produce the most delicate melodies as well. Highly recommend taking some time to study the beautiful architecture as well as the gorgeous stained glass windows and the history surrounding this or any cathedral, for there is always a history to be known.
As a city Edinburgh is steeped in history, all the areas off the Royal Mile has a tale to tell. The city offers a number of good tours both by bus and feet for getting to know the past and how people lived. The city also offers an insight to famous personalities of the past such as Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Rabbie Burns
The royal mile has just about everything and the grass market
The Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle, visit Rose Street for a good night out. Leith walk has a vast choice of very quirky cafes that offer a very wide selection of nice food and drinks.