We arrived in Edinburgh early thursday morning. The staff was nice enough to allow us to drop our bag off early so that we could explore the city. We checked in at 2:30pm. The room was very clean and nice, the bathroom was very big and was a pleasant nice stay. The only issue which was apologized for by the front staff was the internet. It did not allow free wifi in our hotel room, stopping right before going through the hallway there.
Other then that it was very nice play to stay.
Traveller from Indiana, USA
Historic Edinburgh hotel located in the city center on Princes Street, near shops, bars and restaurants, beside Waverley …More
Stayed here during Christmas to be close to family. It was well located for that purpose.
I did need earplugs to sleep because of the constant noise from traffic ( the hotel is on a very busy road) and the noisy laughter and chatter of people on the street in the wee hours of the morning.
Traveller from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Set just 200 metres from the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh's New Town, these family-friendly apartments are also within …More
"Great location but avoid basement room by the exit"
Location is great staff were friendly but for the price of over £100 for one night without breakfast I did have higher expectations as room was small and dingy as in basement with bars on Windows and view of electrical intake room! Breakfast was quite average too unfortunately ....
Located in New Town, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Hanover Fine Arts Gallery, Princes Street Gardens, and Scott …More
"Situated on Princes St close to public transport."
Started of in room which television had subtitles which could not be removed. Hotel manager moved us to excellent room which faced onto the Walter Scott Monument, and excellent views along Princes St and Edinburgh Castle.
Traveller from M
Built in 1848, this eight-storey Victorian hotel is on Princes Street, with views of Edinburgh's famous castle and opposite …More
The hotel is situated in an upscale neighborhood, only a quick walk to George Street and the bustling shopping and dining area. On Sunday's there is a lovely Market only steps away that features locally made food and crafts. The staff is wonderful and helpful. The complimentary breakfast is delicious and certainly more than any other included breakfast I have ever experienced. I do recommend choosing a suite, as is common in the UK and other European countries, the rooms are a bit smaller than most Americans are used to. I wouldn't hesitate to return or recommend it to friends and family.
Traveller from St. Helena, CA
Located in New Town, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. Stephens Centre and Royal Botanic Garden. Princes …More
Built in the late 1700s to alleviate overcrowding, New Town has a symmetrical layout with broad streets and Georgian architecture. Visitors will find posh boutiques on George Street and popular pubs on Rose Street. Calton Hill, located on the east end, overlooks the city.