The location is excellent - just across from Waverly Station and by the Royal Mile. We loved that the hotel has been updated yet retained historic charm. Our room overlooked the train terminal and Princes Street. We booked with the option that included breakfast.
On North Bridge, and one block from both Princes Street and the Royal Mile, this hotel is a half-mile from Edinburgh Castle …More
Wonderful location in Edinburgh, old town. Easy walking distance to museums, castles, shops, restaurants, etc. Hotel is a very unique design. Rooms are really large and designed to suit the architecture of the building. Whisky bar and bistro are excellent.
Would definely recommended this hotel for your stay in Edinburgh.
Traveller from Edmonton, Canada
Located in Old Town, this romantic hotel is steps from Greyfriar's Bobby, Greyfriars Kirk, and National Museum of Scotland …More
Spent three nights and found all the staff were very friendly and extremely helpful.
Hotel is in a prime spot with only a short walk to castle, bars and restaurants. Tour buses stop outside and lots of souvenir shops close by.
Traveller from Cheltenham
The modern G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh offers a prime location just off Edinburgh's Royal Mile and about a 5-minute walk …More
You'd usually expect to have to make compromises for a hotel this well located within easy walking distance of the centre of town, but I'm struggling to find any complaints. The double room was large as advertised; facilities (incl. gym) were excellent for a short stay; and staff were top notch. When I return to Edinburgh, I'll be looking this place up first.
Traveller from Southampton
Located in Old Town, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Our Dynamic Earth, Arthur's Seat, and Palace of …More
Once a seaport town, Leith was incorporated into Edinburgh in 1920 amidst controversy and maintains its own identity. Leith Walk connects the city with its primary port where the Water of Leith feeds into the Firth of Forth. Visitors can tour the Britannia, which for 44 years was the Royal Family’s private yacht. Golfers may want to stop at Leith Links where the rules of the game were devised in 1744.