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Good located, quiet hotel offering free breakfast and parking for an unbeatable price. Very friendly&helpful staff. Big spacious room. Would stay again
We stayed here two Christmases ago and have to say that this time it was as good if not better than before. The staff are excellent and the rooms were spacious and very clean. We had our dog with us and they gave us a little goody bag for her which I thought was really nice.
My partner and I stayed at this hotel the hotel is fabulous, beautiful, The room was flawless, The staff couldn't be and nicer or helpful, I would rate it 100%, My friend was married here 3years ago and I stayed then aswell, It's worth every penny.
Very enjoyable 3 night stay. Within walking distance of shops, castle etc. Really enjoyed Christmas market. Lovely room, good breakfast and very helpful staff.
A very enjoyable week. A nice location very convenient for Princes St and Stockbridge
We had a lovely weekend in Edinburgh, room was lovely and so central, so everything was within walking distance. Would definitely use these apartments in the future.
Basic room, but good convenient location for conference facilities. Excellent friendly staff. Would be ideal if there was a shower cubicle/glass rather than just a curtain.
Good old Hotel and staff helpful... yeah there's some steps to go up.. but then you tell me anywhere in Edinburgh there aren't any... well placed for shops, bars etc, Clean comfy room, safe, and would use again, as nothing I witnessed during my stay would change my mind..... even listened to elderly ...
Look around on your stay in Edinburgh and you’ll see why the city’s eco-friendly hotels are so committed to sustainability and their green credentials.
Edinburgh’s natural beauty hits you the moment you arrive. Iconic landmarks and centuries of history nestle side by side with stunning natural features like Princes Street Gardens, and epic views, such as the one from Calton Hill to the east of the city.
Local hotels use organic and locally-sourced produce, recycling and energy efficiency to minimize their environmental impact.
Jaw-dropping vistas are all part of the deal when discovering this city. You could start with Edinburgh Castle perched atop an (extinct) volcano and look out across the striking Georgian New Town and the Firth of Forth beyond, before making your way down the Royal Mile to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. After practicing your royal wave in this regal residence, take a stroll up nearby Arthur’s Seat or Salisbury Crags for magnificent panoramas across the city.