Located in a quiet street a little bit set off from the main strip of Princes Street, this hotel gives you a great base for your holiday. The petit double rooms are a good size, not too small if you're only staying a few nights. The bathroom in these rooms is compact. As you're in Edinburgh and I hope not intending to stay in the room during your stay the size doesn't matter, if you wanted a giant room that is.
Breakfast is of a great quality, don't expect a workman's size portion on the cooked breakfast, however you do get a good selection on the buffet, though some don't get put out until a little later. The staff all seemed extremely friendly, and happy to offer assistance, especially Rolands who was very friendly and helpful.
We'd definitely stay again.
Located in New Town, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of St. Stephens Centre, Princes Street Gardens, and Edinburgh …More
Arrived at reception at 9am, spoke to receptionist about early access to the room and about an hour later I was in my room. After flying in from Florida this was appreciated. Tea and coffee making facilities were available although socket box for plugging in was missing. Hotel is being renovated so a few workmen around and a bit messy but this did not impact me. Kitchen provided sandwiches for me after a late night arrival from visiting Oxford. Also had lunch in the coffee lounge, friendly service and good food.
Traveller from Tampa
Historic Edinburgh hotel located in the city center on Princes Street, near shops, bars and restaurants, beside Waverley …More
Three night stay in May. Hotel staff is very friendly room is spacious for Europe. Around a 10 min walk to Prince's Street. 20-25 mins to the Royal Mile. The only downfall is that there is no restaurant but there is a hotel and Starbucks very close by.
Traveller from Fort McMurray, AB
Located in New Town, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of St. Mary's Episcopal Cathederal, Edinburgh International …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.