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The glamorous Rutland Hotel has stylish rooms, a luxurious late-lounge, and a unique restaurant with a glass wine cellar. very new, stylish, modern hotel. very good location, room very comfortable, staff very helpful,...
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. It looked great, lovely location and easy instructions on checking in. Very modern.
Located in the center 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. amazing location, comfortable rooms, superb shower!
Featuring a bar, Malmaison Edinburgh City is located in Edinburgh in the Lothian region, a 12-minute walk from Camera Obscura and World of Illusions and 0.6 miles from Edinburgh Playhouse. Malmaison is one of the best hotels I've ever stayed in. Boutique feel with big property...
Located in Edinburgh and with EICC reachable within a 12-minute walk, YOTEL Edinburgh provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a fitness center, free WiFi throughout the property... Good place ,facilities available,staff kind.
Just 2 minutes’ walk from Princes Street, ibis Styles St Andrew Square offers uniquely designed rooms in Edinburgh city center. The location was very central, yet quiet. Very friendly and fast staff. Good room, tv, wifi.
A 5-minute walk from Waverley Train Station, ibis Edinburgh Center South Bridge – Royal Mile provides centrally located accommodations in the Old Town. the room was big and can walk freely. The location of the hotel very good.
The Residence Inn by Marriott Edinburgh has a central Edinburgh location, just a 10-minute walk from the Royal Mile. Lovely friendly staff, free upgrade made our stay even better. Location is walking distance to all
In the center of Edinburgh, the Motel One Edinburgh-Royal is a 5 minute walk from the train station, and only half a mile from the Castle. Guests can reach the historic St. The staff and location were excellent.
Featuring a bar and a terrace, BrewDog DogHouse Edinburgh is located in Edinburgh, a 6-minute walk from The Real Mary King's Close and 700 yards from National Museum of Scotland. Pretty much everything. Super staff, awesome extras and a great location.
The Motel One Edinburgh-Princes is in the heart of Princes Street and less than a 5-minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley Station. This contemporary hotel features a bar and a 24-hour front desk. Everything was perfect, staff at reception, ease of check in, the location, room was spotless,...
In the vibrant Grassmarket area, the Apex Grassmarket Hotel has a sauna, a pool, a gym, an award-winning restaurant, and free WiFi for guests to enjoy. Breakfasts made to be Hilton look like the ritz welldone
Featuring a bar, Leonardo Edinburgh City is located in Edinburgh in the Lothian region, a 5-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle and 600 yards from EICC. Great location, really clean and comfortable.
Tigerlily is an award-winning boutique hotel with chic rooms, an elegant bar, nightclub and a restaurant. So beautiful! Amazing decor, location and service! Incredibly clean and well maintained.
KM Hotel offers modern, stylish accommodations in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, a stone’s throw from Princes Street, Waverley Rail Station, Edinburgh Castle and The Royal Mile. The rooms are new, clean, and have all the amenities you would expect.
Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Mile Edinburgh is set in the heart of the city on the historic Royal Mile. The location, the staff's friendliness and eagerness to help, the breakfast was gorgeous and the...
Located on Princes Street, The Balmoral has a Michelin-starred restaurant, a pool and a gym. Waverley Station and Edinburgh's main shopping area are within 5 minutes' walk. I loved how accommodating and professional the staff were.
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. love this place, you made my first stay in my dream country (scotland) a real dream.
Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel is located in Edinburgh, just yards from Princes Street and George Street. Very kind staff. Good hospitality. Delicious breakfast.
The Royal Scots Club features grand country-house charm, a cozy club atmosphere and free Wi-Fi in central Edinburgh. The breakfast was delicious, rooms were incredibly spacious and a nice location.
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. Everything was perfect. Very friendly staff.
Featuring a bar, House of Gods Royal Mile is located in Edinburgh in the Lothian region, a 10-minute walk from National Museum of Scotland and 0.6 miles from Royal Mile. Location ideal, staff very friendly and helpful .rooms beautiful .
The Inn Place is located in the heart of Edinburgh’s old town and within 10 minutes’ walk of the castle, Princes Street and Waverley Station. It offers modern rooms and a 24-hour front desk. Great staff and excellent location
Overlooking Edinburgh Castle and Waverley Station, the 4-star Scotsman Hotel was originally built in 1905. This majestic, listed building was once The Scotsman newspaper. Location, room, Grand Café, Cinema - everything
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 .
The castle then the Royal mile and then on to Holyrood. What a wonderful two days. Don;t forget to visit the underground chambers under the South bridge halfway down the Mile. This tour must be booked before hand.
As a McLellan, how could I not get seduced by the Royal Mile. My sister got fitted for a kilt and I got some amazing bag pipe music which I enjoy to this day. Scotland has been eclipsed by England for so long, it is just wonderful to see the popularity of Scottish culture and history. London is impossible. Edinburg is manageable. I fear to recommend it for fear of spoiling it. Now if we could only do something about the weather.
Blocked to traffic during the festival, so walking was necessary. It could be hard for those who have trouble walking. But it is a dramatic sweep up to the castle, chockablock full of shops, pubs, restaurants, and things of historical significance.
Great shops in the heart of the city, lots of things packed into a small place. Some are very pricey, but on the whole you can find decent lower priced gifts/souvenirs (we did). Great buildings and architecture.
The location is fabulous - it's located on Victoria Street, a colorful street with nice little shops and restaurants and "Old Town" architecture. It is also 2/3 minutes away from the Royal Mile and the Castle. It's really in the heart of old town Edinburgh. The staff were so nice and attentive. We traveled with a baby and they gave her a little unicorn book (that we came to learn is Scotland's national animal). The hotel decor is bold and the room was spacious, comfortable, and again with bold decor.
Great location-- just off the Royal Mile with easy access to stores and restaurants, but still quiet in the evenings. Nice sized apartment with kitchen amenities for cooking; plenty of bed linens and pillows; and very clean. Free parking below the apartment was a real bonus. The hosts were very nice, communicated all necessary info quickly, and key-pick up was easy (though a few minutes walk away from the apartment). All in all, a pleasant place to stay for a long weekend in Edinburgh.
The Royal Mile Mansions Apartment is located directly on the Royal Mile and North Bridge with easy access to Old and New Town Edinburgh. It provides a LARGE space for a Family to utilize as a basecamp to explore Edinburgh. The living area and kitchen are both highpoints. The building in which the apartment is located has controlled access and an elevator, something you will not find everywhere. Overall, this apartment is ideal for a Family or Group of 5-6.
The hotel is situated right in the heart of the Old Town, overlooking the Grassmarket Square with many cafés and restaurants. The Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, the University Campus, and the Holyrood Park are all only a short walk away. The hotel offers parking in the back yard which is very convenient when travelling by car. The room was spacious and comfortable, and the hotel staff were friendly and helpful.
This was a very nice hotel close to the university and in the centre of Edinburgh. The restaurant served excellent fish and chips and other foods. The room was well equipped with usb charging ports, a big walk-in shower, and a comfortable bed. Easy walking distance to the Royal Mile and to Holyrood Park.
The location on the Royal Mile was perfect; the hotel itself, including the rooms was very high quality (fixtures, fittings, etc. - not cheap rubbish), the staff were really helpful and polite at all times, nothing was too much trouble - a really excellent hotel / apartment.
Very helpful/friendly staff. Room was a good size and nicely decorated. Bed was MASSIVE and very comfortable. A good selection of food was provided at breakfast and the hotel was well located for visiting Edinburgh city centre and the royal mile.
The host was very considerate and the process explanation was accurate. The apartment was abundantly equipped, modern and of high quality. The location was excellent and close to the Edinburgh castle and the royal mile.
The hotel is excellenty located steps away from the Royal Mile, and all the amenities of Old Edinburgh. Easy to walk to most attractions in the area. Rooms are compact but clean and good value for the area.
Wonderful apartment. Note: it is closer to the Palace of Holyroodhouse than Edinburgh Castle. There are some wonderful restaurants available on this side of the Royal Mile - with less crowds!
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.