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Spent three nights and found all the staff were very friendly and extremely helpful. Hotel is in a prime spot with only a short walk to castle, bars and restaurants. Tour buses stop outside and lots of souvenir shops close by.
A family friendly hotel, very spacious and comfortable beds. The staff was exceptional and helpful. The kitchen was supplied with food. Kids were given welcome gifts, it felt more like a hotel rather than a service apartment. Thank you for a great experience!
Beautiful gardens but Hotel was a little too quiet. No room for me for dinner but the breakfast was fantastic. Cottage room comfortable but not attached to hotel. So yes, whilst it's well manicured, beware the rough!
Idyllic setting and hotel an absolute dream. They will happily prepare dinner for you but there is no drinks license so a bring your own requirement - plus it's a set dinner, but nevertheless delicious.. No lift so not suitable for disabled guests as bedrooms are on 2nd floor. One of those stays ...
This hotel is centrally located and in a beautiful monument with an amazing rooftop garden. The rooms are nice, the staff is very friendly and helpful, and the rooftop garden is an added plus. My only negative was the non-functional layout of the bathroom. There was no counter space for toiletries ...
Edinburgh is a city of undeniable character and historic importance. Travelers arrive 365 days a year to visit the city’s landmarks, take part in its many festivals and experience authentic Scottish culture. It has a number of exquisite 5 star hotels for those looking to make their stay extra special.
Whether you are walking up the famous Royal Mile towards Edinburgh Castle or strolling through rows of townhouses and secluded parks in the Georgian New Town, Edinburgh will delight and surprise you. Stay in style at one of the city’s luxury hotels as you explore the famous streets and attractions of the Scottish capital.
Like Edinburgh born author Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous novel Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the iconic centre of Edinburgh has two distinct sides. The difference here being that both the Old and the New Town are absolutely lovely.
Containing magnificent buildings like Edinburgh Castle, St Giles Cathedral and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh’s Old Town has preserved much of its medieval street plan, giving it an antique feel.
Often considered a masterpiece of city planning, construction of Edinburgh’s New Town began at the end of the 18th Century. Cultural highlights include the Scottish National Portrait Gallery on Queen Street and the Royal Botanic Gardens on Arboretum Place.
For an unforgettable luxury city break, book yourself a 5 star accommodation in Edinburgh.