Top New Town Accommodations
Capital cities often represent the very best of what it is that makes that country so special. Their neighborhoods are often energetic and vibrant, attracting the region's most creative and brightest. The Edinburgh neighborhood of New Town, which is situated 0.4 miles from the capital's heart, is no exception.
Edinburgh is home to an interesting range of attractions, including the Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Yacht Britannia and Arthur\'s Seat.
Located within a short distance of St. Stephens Centre is The Balmoral Hotel and Old Town Chambers, while the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh and The Chester Residence are closer to the Bourne Fine Art.
New Town features a wide range of lodging options to match budgets of all levels. Travelers who are watching their pennies might like to check out the Lyncliff Hotel and Halcyon Hotel.
The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian and Nira Caledonia in New Town could be what you are looking for for those who are after a place to stay that is a bit more high-end.
Accommodation options near New Town
If you can't find suitable New Town accommodation, you should check out the hotels in Multrees Walk
, a neighborhood situated 0.2 miles southeast of central New Town. Another alternative is to find a hotel in Princes Street
, which is another nearby Edinburgh neighborhood.
Expedia's goal is to make certain your experience in New Town is a rewarding one. Our Edinburgh vacation travel guide and Edinburgh hotels page are useful resources to help you to learn more about this city.
The Knight Residence by Mansley and Dreamhouse Apartments Edinburgh West End are two hotel options you might want to look into if you're keen to stay close to this attraction. Piece together the historical clues when you observe the excavation site at Castlelaw. The Rutland Hotel and St. Giles Apartment are conveniently situated choices for accommodation, as visiting this attraction should be a priority!
After a fun morning of wandering around New Town, let your feet lead the way to The Dome for a hot drink and an indulgent snack. Mercure Edinburgh City Princes Street Hotel is a good eatery to head to when your rumbling stomach tells you it's time for a proper meal. Apex Waterloo Place Hotel is a good place to kick-off the evening, whether you're keen to hit the town or just want a relaxing drink after a busy day.