Elegant hotel with excellent amenities, service, furnishings, location, with two excellent restaurants, a cafe, a bar and high tea. Close to many of the Fringe Festival venues, International Festival venues, Edinburgh Castle Military Tattoo & shopping. A fabulous home away from home.
Traveller from Sarasota, Fl
Located in the heart of Edinburgh, this luxury hotel is on Princes Street in the main shopping area and adjacent to Waverley …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
A fantastic two-night stay for the Military Tattoo...spoilt only by Edinburgh's lack of city centre road signage and rescheduled layout for the Festival. Don't let this put you off - the hotel is superb, the staff more than helpful and the food is quality with the breakfast deal coming highly recommended from the family carnivore!
Traveller from Derbyshire
This central Edinburgh hotel overlooks the gardens of Charlotte Square, and is a 15-minute walk from Haymarket and Waverley …More
Great location that is walkable to many restaurants and pubs. We also found the walk to the castle and other attractions to be very reasonable from this apartment. Units were updates and modern with everything we needed. Very spacious and comfortable. Be aware there is no car parking provided.
Located in New Town, this apartment is within a 5-minute walk of Assembly Rooms and Princes Street Gardens. Scott Monument …More
Efficient and friendly staff, very comfortable bedroom and the double glazing makes it unusually quiet for a central city hotel. A very peaceful two nights - most unusual at festival time. Highly recommended (this was a standard room only).
Traveller from hobart tasmania
This handsomely updated landmark building stands at the east end of Edinburgh's famous Princes Street. The Waverley train …More
The staff here are brilliant and went the extra mile for us arranging breakfast for us outside of normal serving times before we left and generally being really pleasant and helpful. This hotel is not just about the location which is excellent it's got a great welcoming feel. Loved every bit of it!
Traveller from D
Built in 1848, this eight-storey Victorian hotel is on Princes Street, with views of Edinburgh's famous castle and opposite …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.