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Great choice. From this suburb you'll be able to get out and explore Edinburgh, the country's capital. There are some 440,000 people who call this busy city home, and we're sure you'll run into quite a few of them! Touching down at Edinburgh Airport? Princes Street is about 7 miles to the east of the gates. To get to this suburb from the city's core, head 0.1 miles to the northeast.
Warm up with some nearby attractions, including Portobello Beach and Holyrood Park. Arthur's Seat and Palace of Holyroodhouse are also worth trying. Another idea is to head to a surrounding area, such as Edinburgh or Edinburgh New Town.
It's not hard to reach one of the most popular sights in the country. Royal Yacht Britannia is just 2 miles to the north.
Scottish Parliament and Our Dynamic Earth are just two of the memorable options waiting for you in this vibrant city. Calton Hill and Festival Theatre are additional choices.
Leave the children with a babysitter and head over for some fun at Greyfriar's Bobby, Canongate Tolbooth and Vietnam House Art Gallery.
Educate yourself on the local culture at Talbot Rice Gallery, Fruitmarket Gallery, City Art Centre and Scottish National Gallery.
Roaming through the spacious rooms of a museum is a nice way to escape a miserable day. Recommended ones are People's Story Museum, Surgeon's Hall, Museum of Childhood and Brass Rubbing Centre.
Like the sound of dinner and a show? Secure seats at a live performance venue, including Queen's Hall, Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, King's Theatre and Royal Lyceum Theatre.
Whether you're an enthusiastic amateur or a seasoned pro, you'll like the fast and firm fairways at Bruntsfield Links Golf Course, Braid Hills Golf Course, Mortonhall Golf Course and Duddingston Golf Club.
For kid-friendly attractions, look no further than National Library of Scotland, Omni Centre Edinburgh and Dominion Cinema.
Are the kids getting fidgety? Give them the opportunity to let loose for a few hours at Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, Blackford Hill, The Braid Hills and Gambado.
There are a few scenic natural areas around, such as Gilmerton Cove, Dunbar’s Close Garden and Water of Leith Visitor Centre.
Wander across the lawns, read a book and listen to the birdsong at The Meadows, Princes Street Gardens, Royal Botanic Garden and Leith Links.
Treat yourself to a new outfit, pick up some souvenirs or just take in the atmosphere at Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, Princes Mall, The Hub and Geoffrey Kiltmakers and Weavers.
Nelson Monument, John Knox House, George Square and University of Edinburgh have so many tales to tell. History buff or not, you'll definitely learn something at these weathered, old sites.
Sacred sites, such as St. Giles' Cathedral, St. Mary's Episcopal Cathederal, Robin Chapel and Duddingston Parish Church, can give you a broader understanding of the region's religious side. Immerse yourself in the peaceful atmosphere and take some time to think.
It's possible that you'll turn into an overnight supporter of the Edinburgh City F.C. or the Leith Athletic F.C. after seeing them at Meadowbank Stadium. Purchase a couple of drinks, talk about the game and finish the day at one of the area's pubs and bars.
Princes Street is considered a popular place to visit, with no less than 354 Princes Street hotels available on Expedia.
Princes Street's more up-market choices such as The Balmoral Hotel, at 1 Princes Street, and the Old Town Chambers, at Roxburgh's Court are bound to please the most discerning guest. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you might want to consider staying at the Lyncliff Hotel, at 4 Windsor Street, or the Halcyon Hotel, at 8 Royal Terrace.
If you're in town for just one night and only have time to see the top attractions, it might suit better to stay at the Holyrood Aparthotel or the Crowne Plaza Edinburgh - Royal Terrace, which are both situated nearby Arthur's Seat.
Located in Old Town, this luxury apartment building is steps from City Chambers, St. Giles' Cathedral, and Real Mary King's Close. Gladstone's Land and Camera Obscura and World of Illusions are also within 5 minutes.
Located in New Town, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre and Calton Hill. Palace of Holyroodhouse and St. Giles' Cathedral are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This central Edinburgh hotel overlooks the gardens of Charlotte Square, and is a 15-minute walk from Haymarket and Waverley stations, and a 20-minute drive from Edinburgh Airport. Princes Street Gardens and Edinburgh Castle are nearby.
This all-suite Edinburgh property is 5 minutes away from St. Andrews Square and George Street. Edinburgh Castle is a 15 minute walk away, up the Royal Mile. Princes Street and Waverley Station are nearby.
This handsomely updated landmark building stands at the east end of Edinburgh's famous Princes Street. The Waverley train station is a two-minute walk. Edinburgh Castle is just 0.9 km (0.6 mi) away.
Built in 1848, this eight-storey Victorian hotel is on Princes Street, with views of Edinburgh's famous castle and opposite Waverley railway station.
Modern hotel in the heart of historic Edinburgh next to Waverley Station, one mile from the famous castle, and 400 meters from the New Scottish Parliament.
Built in 1903, this grand landmark hotel is centrally located on Princes Street, overlooking Edinburgh Castle.