Wonderful multi room guest services. There were 2 bedroom areas, huge modern bathroom . Shower was divine. Washer and dryer with soap and dryer sheets complimentary. Small kitchen, if you want to cook you can. Restaurants in front and back of hotel.
Traveller from Texas
Located in Old Town, this luxury apartment is steps from City Chambers, St. Giles' Cathedral, and Real Mary King's Close …More
Very centrally located hotel. Hotel staff very knowledgeable and friendly. However I don;t think they should charge to use the underground car park at the prices per room are quite high. Also because of lack of spaces we had to park in the car park of the sister hotel which is , ok, almost next door but on paying it is £2 per night mor costly.
Traveller from Wirral
Two blocks from towering Edinburgh Castle, this hotel is in Old Town's bustling Grassmarket district, with the Waverley …More
Within our room, it was quite dated with the decor & design, but very spacious, clean and comfortable. Ground floor twin room: so no view out of window other than the concrete wall & building next door, plus at night: bright halogen lights directly in window, however they have good blinds/curtain to be able to blackout the room. A very nice breakfast, if somewhat a little expensive considering it wasn't included in our room rate. overall, a comfortable stay in a nice hotel in the middle of Edinburgh.
Traveller from Reading, U.K.
Located in Old Town, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Our Dynamic Earth, Arthur's Seat, and Palace of …More
Located just across from Waverley station, the hotel is conveniently half way between the Castle and Holyrood Palace. The room was nice, but with no AC, the warm August day turned the room into an oven.
Modern hotel in the heart of historic Edinburgh next to Waverley Station, one mile from the famous castle, and 400 metres …More
The Carlton is just a few yards from the junction of the North Bridge and The Royal Mile, so a great location enabling you to easily pop out for a while and pop back.
A couple of doors away is the Patisserie Valerie which great for a coffee, cake or snack.
The room was good, but I've rated the cleanliness as terrible because by 4:10pm the room had still not been serviced. I had to ring reception just so that I could get clean towels.
The buffet breakfast is very good, and the evening meals are very reasonably priced - and good. The only thing that put me off was a photo on the wall of some scruffy guy smoking! Who thought that was a good idea?
Traveller from Cheshire
Located in Old Town, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Brass Rubbing Centre, St. Giles' Cathedral, and Real Mary King's …More
With narrow, winding streets and alleys, this mediaeval district is a contrast to New Town. Acting as the main artery, the Royal Mile begins at Edinburgh Castle and ends at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Royal Family’s residence. Many tourist attractions are found in Old Town including the National Galleries, Royal Museum, and St. Giles Cathedral.