From the moment we were greeted by the doorman to the moment he saw us to our taxi we lived in a world of luxury and elegance. The staff was beyond gracious, in particular Rene, who assisted our check in, and Andy, our concierge. The restaurants and lounges were lovely with the scotch whisky bar a stand out. Amidst all this old world elegance you might think that the rooms would be old world, but they were spacious, modern and spotless. We are now ruined for any other lodging.
Located in the heart of Edinburgh, this luxury hotel is on Princes Street in the main shopping area and adjacent to Waverley …More
Scotsman's hotel was our treasure. To arrive from the airport we got a glimpse of the city. The hotel is a block of the Royal mile. Very very convenient. 4.5 if i were to include that we had to change our keys due to malfunctioming. All employees were amazing
Traveller from washington state USA
On North Bridge, and one block from both Princes Street and the Royal Mile, this hotel is a half-mile from Edinburgh Castle …More
The hotel is in a Great location just a block off Princes Street for sight seeing with many excellent restaurants and cafes. The staff was helpful and the hotel had many little personal touches, Complimentary snack tray in the room, free bottled water in the fridge in the room, fresh milk in the fridge for coffee, hot coffee and muffins and fruit in the lobby for guests leaving for early flights. All white giving that feeling of a very old established Scottish hotel. Hotel restuarant had a varied menu and a small attached coffee shop to let you get a quick coffee and crousant or a place to sit outside and enjoy the city atmosphere.
Traveller from Denver, CO
Located amid the shops and restaurants of Edinburgh's fashionable George Street, this hotel is a block from Princes Street …More
As we are diving we did find the hotel hard to spot whilst negotiating traffic etc, we felt their signage was rather small.
They don't have their own car park but there is one close by (about a 5 min walk).
Room was small enough but had a good size king bed and bathroom.
Over all we would stay there again without hesitation.
We didn't use their restaurant or other facilities so can't comment.
Located in New Town, this hotel is steps from Omni Centre Edinburgh and Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre. Calton Hill and Scott …More
We were very impressed with our accommodations in Edinburgh in the Princess Suite Hotel. We booked the two bedroom unit, as the three bedroom was book, and it was just like living at home. The 20 ft ceilings are amazing, the amenities fantastic, two bedrooms, two full bathrooms - very large. The kitchen is long and counter tops on both sides. We made one meal at home, just to enjoy our unit. The dinning room table had six chairs, but could probably sit 8 - 10 easily. The living room had two beautiful blue leather couches, tables, foot stool and probably a 40" flat screen tv. There was a 20" tv in one of the bedrooms as well. We wish we weren't moving onto our next place as we wish we could have stayed. You can walk to Waverly Bridge where you can jump on the hop on / hop off buses - 5 minute walk. The Red bus stops right outside this unit as well - the bus tours are all amazing to get to all the locations you want to see.
Totally recommend these apartments and the locations is fantastic. You can even walk 5 minutes to the Royal Mile and then go shopping or bar hopping from there.
Traveller from Ottawa, Canada
This all-suite Edinburgh property is 5 minutes away from St. Andrews Square and George Street. Edinburgh Castle is a 15 …More
This suburb on the outskirts of the city center is a popular area for students and is home to some of Edinburgh's liveliest bars. The area offers fantastic views of Arthur's Seat, Holyrood Park's extinct volcano, and golfers can take in the views from Craigmillar Park Golf Club, which offers incredible vistas down the coast and across the Firth to Fife.