I would highly recommend upgrading to traditional suite, fabulous and views unsurpassable. Villroy and boch bathroom with original fireplace!! And so to bed bed immaculate. Breakfast was superb, smoked salmon and huge choice! A little way out from Edinburgh but a £20 each way taxi ride, prefer to the noise of Edinburgh. All in all extremely enjoyable yes I would recommend without hesitation.
Traveller from garstang
This family-friendly Kirknewton hotel is located near the airport, 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Heriot Watt University, and within 6 …More
Newly refurbished this year, an excellent hotel in central Edinburgh New Town. Well equipped and spacious rooms . All public areas very pleasant and breakfast choices very good, something to suit all tastes.
Staff pleasant and helpful.
Traveller from Yorkshire
This central Edinburgh hotel overlooks the gardens of Charlotte Square, and is a 15-minute walk from Haymarket and Waverley …More
During our too short stay the staff could not have been more helpful or friendly. Room service was excellent and beautifully presented.
Our Castle view came into its own when we woke up to clear blue skies and ☀️
Located in the heart of Edinburgh, this luxury hotel is on Princes Street in the main shopping area and adjacent to Waverley …More
Wonderful location, close proximity to shopping, restaurants, landmarks, transport links. Well decorated, very comfortable accommodation, very welcoming. Responded to queries and problems promptly. Lovely view over Edinburgh from rooftop terrace. Will book again.
Due to ongoing construction, parking was a slight issue.
Traveller from dallas, tx
This all-suite Edinburgh property is 5 minutes away from St. Andrews Square and George Street. Edinburgh Castle is a 15 …More
Due west of the capital, much of West Lothian is industrial and of limited interest to tourists. Where it meets the Firth of Forth however, South Queensferry is a charming small waterside town with great views of the magnificent Forth Bridges. Boats go from here to peaceful Inchcolm Island with its ruined abbey. Nearby is the grand 18th-century pile of Hopetoun House, and the splendid ruins of Mary Queen of Scots’ birthplace, Linlithgow Palace.