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This hotel is nice and clean. Friendly and helpful staff. Just what I needed for 2 days It is 10 minutes to airport with tram 5.5 euro or bus 2.5 euro. Spacious shower. Only 30 minutes or less to city center. Easy access to everything.
Hotel staff was friendly enough, clean room, in a beautiful architectural building. Location is 15 minute walk to the castle plus 5 museums/ monuments, and right beside the train station.
Located right across from Waverley on princess street, the location is perfect. Staff were very friendly and helpful. No complaints at all, excellent value for money and will definitely return.
The hotel is not in the central part of town and a taxi will charge you between 10 and 12 pounds to take you to the city center. The hotel looks dated and is in need of a deep cleaning. One of the rooms we stayed in had an extra bed and I can say without hesitation that it is the MOST UNCOMFORTABLE ...
Very pleased with my room and facilities. Staff were very accommodating and I was more than pleased with my full English breakfast. Will be back again.
This is an exceptionally clean, friendly hotel where staff go out of their way to help you. Its location is excellent, right opposite Haymarket rail station (which has a mini M & S) with trains from Kings Cross. Buses or trams right outside hotel, but you can walk into town (10 to l5 mins) and easy ...
Edinburgh is a small city full of unexpected contrasts. In the centre you will see people going about their daily lives amid some of the world’s most iconic structures. Inside Edinburgh hotels you will find wholesome traditional Scottish food served with modern flair. It is an enigmatic destination that defies easy explanation.
Book a comfortable stay in a 2 star hotel – any visit to Edinburgh is a truly rewarding experience. Scotland’s capital was the first UNESCO City of Literature and the city is very much like a good book: thrilling, engaging and a magical escape from the everyday.
Many of Scotland’s best-known writers have called Edinburgh home at some point in their career and this is a fact that the city is proud to show off. Edinburgh has many literary tours and points of interest for visitors, including the café where JK Rowling wrote her captivating Harry Potter novels. Of course, this intriguing city has much to recommend it outside of its literary appeal, with everything from historic monuments to parks and gardens and even the famed Royal Yacht Britannia.
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