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This small, family-run metro hotel has easy access by bus to Edinburgh city centre, less than 2 miles away. It offers free on-street parking, free WiFi, en-suite rooms and a bar. Best breakfest, wonderful personnel.
Overlooking Edinburgh Castle, the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is located in the financial district, next to the West End business and entertainment area and a five-minute walk from Princes Street, 500... Everything Fabulous staff fabulous room comfy big bed. Well appointed with big tv. Clean modern...
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.... Very clean and adherent to COVID measures.
Offering stylish bedrooms, an on-site restaurant and bar, The Dunstane is set over 2 Victorian townhouses, Dunstane House and Hampton House, on opposite sides of the road, in Edinburgh's West End. It was a luxury. The staff was very friendly and always helpful.
This elegant 4-star Victorian hotel offers luxurious rooms featuring iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, sherry and shortbread. I highly recommend Kildonan Hotel.
Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh offers accommodation in Edinburgh, in a prime location at the foothills of Calton Hill and just a five-minute walk from Princes Street. - Very nice and helpful staffs - Excellent breakfast buffet
Offering a fitness centre, the Mercure Edinburgh Haymarket is located in Edinburgh city centre. The room was comfortable and quiet like we requested.
Offering an indoor pool and a spa and wellness centre, Village Hotel Edinburgh is located a short distance from Edinburgh city centre. The hospitality and location and view from my room
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. Being able to be checked in at short notice after storm Ali had disrupted my travel plans to leave...
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. Stunning accommodation located in the heart of Edinburgh, very close to the train station and to the...
Situated in Edinburgh, 2.8 km from EICC, The Lane Hotel features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. What a cozy, clean, and well cared-for little hotel.
Attractively set in the Edinburgh City Centre district of Edinburgh, Point A Hotel Edinburgh Haymarket is situated a few steps from EICC, 1.8 km from Royal Mile and 1.8 km from The Real Mary King's... Great hotel located in central Edinburgh. Nice and modern. Really good value for money.
Just 2 minutes’ walk from Princes Street, ibis Styles St Andrew Square offers uniquely designed rooms in Edinburgh city centre. Very nice staff! Good location, close to city center. Very nice room. Modern hotel decor.
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... The room was spotlessly clean on arrival, the staff were friendly and helpful.
Situated on Princes Street, overlooking Edinburgh Castle, Hotel Indigo - Edinburgh - Princes Street offers rooms with free WiFi. Set in a period building, there is a traditional restaurant and bar. We had a great stay at the hotel. Everything was perfect especially breakfast in hotel restaurant.
Located in landscaped grounds adjoining Holyrood Park and within easy walking distance of Edinburgh’s Old Town and the city’s major attractions,Salisbury Green Hotel and Bistro offers 108 superbly... Great big room. Very clean & comfortable
Featuring a restaurant, bar, shared lounge and free WiFi, 21212 is located in Edinburgh, 300 metres from Edinburgh Playhouse and 1.6 km from Camera Obscura and World of Illusions. The big super comfortable bed. The small lounge area very cosy .
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. My husband and I really enjoyed our stay here.
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. Absolutely amazing hotel beautiful food outstanding facilities wonderful staff
The Raeburn is set in the charming Stockbridge area of Edinburgh and within 20 minutes’ walk of Princes Street and the New Town. Just the most lovely hotel. Every comfort was provided for, with no detail left out.
The glamorous Rutland Hotel has stylish rooms, a luxurious late-lounge, and a unique restaurant with a glass wine cellar. Everything. Just yummy and loads of variety.
These luxury suites in Edinburgh's West End are walking distance from the Scott Monument, EICC and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Large rooms. Very clean and comfortable
The Witchery by the Castle offers a range of opulent suites in Edinburgh, each one unique with its own special features. Thank you so much for your assistance with check out and making an alternative arrangement until we...
Situated in central Edinburgh at the foot of Calton Hill, 24 Royal Terrace is nestled amongst the grand Georgian townhouses of Royal Terrace; a quiet, cobbled street just a short walk from the buzz of... Unique, beautiful, historic, very comfortable, immaculate, great staff.
Buy your tickets ahead on line, we did, & were able to skip the long line to get in. Also the entire time was amazing! We also had tea & lunch in the tea room, our table was looking out to sea! This was on my Bucket List and it did not disappoint at all! I would do it all over again! You are not rushed at all & all the employees are very knowledgeable & eager to answer all questions.
The tour was more that worth the price! So much more information about the royals of the UK. As an American, it was very informative. A beautiful yacht. I do think it was wise, in many ways, to decommission the yacht. Such an expense, that costs the citizens of the UK to have it at the disposal of the royals.
My husband especially enjoyed visiting the Yacht as he was in High School when Queen Elizabeth II was cornered and remembers the launching of the Britannia. The ship was beautiful and the idea of finding the corgis was great as it made my son look harder at the rooms and take more time to find each dog. The shopping mall parking was poorly laid out, I don't remember any signage stating that the ship was accessed thru the Mall. The Mall looked like it needed a face lift and there were many empty shops and ones that weren't open on a Wed. by 11:00am, In high season. Had a nice gentleman not walked with us to show us where the Britannia entrance was we would have spent much time finding it. We did however, appreciate the free parking. I am always amazed that places like this allow trash to be floating about the boat. How long would it take someone to walk around the boat 1 time per day with a net to catch the debris in the water. I know they can't do anything about the smell in the water as the Bay obviously doesn't flush out well. I bet they clean it when the Queen comes to visit.
Great opportunity to see how H.M. The Queen spend hir journeys just ten years ago (although the ship operated since 1953). Almost all the ship is open for visitors with the original equipment. Very informative. Only its scenery of docs and a huge shopping mall right next to the yacht is somehow awkward.
As it was July, we were trying to fit as much as possible into our day and fortunately found out that the last viewing was at 4.30pm. We would have been disappointed if we arrived later and it had closed for the day. An enjoyable and intriguing self guided tour.
Really enjoyed this visit a bit of an insight on how the monarchy rest and played in the spare time during royal visits. How the staff worked - information on the rooms for both the staff and royal family very interesting
Our room was clean and comfortable and very quiet for a large hotel. Breakfast was excellent and all staff were friendly and helpful. Although we arrived early the receptionist advised that as our room was ready we could check in. This let us have additional leisure time. The hotel is convenient for Leith attractions such as Royal Yacht Britannia and Ocean Terminal. We felt comfortable as the hotel's Covid precautions were in evidence.
The room was spacious and very clean. Since we were the only guests having breakfast we received very personal attention. It was a cooked breakfast with fruit juice and toast, which was excellent. We managed to park right outside. Good location, walkable to restaurants and five minute drive to the Royal Yacht Britannia, also with free parking. Wish we could have stayed longer.
We visited the Royal Yacht Britannia at Leith which s 10 minutes drive from the city centre it is a fantastic place to visit and can recommend taking lunch on board