Located in Haymarket, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Dean Gallery, Edinburgh International Conference Centre, and Murrayfield Stadium. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and Royal Lyceum Theatre are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This hotel is located in Edinburgh (West End), close to Edinburgh International Conference Centre, King's Theatre, and Usher Hall. Also nearby are Royal Lyceum Theatre and Edinburgh Castle.
Built in 1903, this grand landmark hotel is centrally located on Princes Street, overlooking Edinburgh Castle.
In a stone residential square in the center of the city, this stylish hotel is in Edinburgh's New Town, 3 blocks from Princes Street, and a half-mile from Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town.
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Terrific choice. From this neighborhood you'll be able to explore Edinburgh, the national capital. There are some 440,000 residents who call this buzzing city home, and we're sure you're going to meet quite a lot of them! West End is located 0.9 miles from the middle of Edinburgh. The nearest airport, Edinburgh Airport, is 6 miles to the west.
When you're settled, it's time to visit some close tourist hotspots. Start off at Portobello Beach or Holyrood Park. If you have plenty of time, try Arthur's Seat and Palace of Holyroodhouse. More neighboring communities, such as Haymarket and Dalry, are also worth exploring.
From here, it's about 3 miles to one of the city's most popular visitor sights, Royal Yacht Britannia.
The Edinburgh central area is home to impressive diversions, such as Scottish Parliament and Our Dynamic Earth. Also, don't miss Calton Hill and Festival Theatre.
Leave the kids with a babysitter and pop in for some fun at Greyfriar's Bobby, Canongate Tolbooth and Vietnam House Art Gallery.
Want to learn something new? Talbot Rice Gallery, Fruitmarket Gallery, City Art Centre and Scottish National Gallery are a few regarded cultural places.
If the weather's not looking good, ask about group tours and temporary exhibitions at People's Story Museum, Surgeon's Hall, Museum of Childhood and Brass Rubbing Centre.
Catch a performance at Queen's Hall, Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, King's Theatre and Royal Lyceum Theatre. We recommend you secure your tickets early.
In need of a game of golf? You'll need to make some lengthy drives and curly putts to get under par at Bruntsfield Links Golf Course, Royal Burgess Golf Course, Braid Hills Golf Course and Mortonhall Golf Course.
Take the youngsters to a couple of family-oriented places, including National Library of Scotland, Omni Centre Edinburgh and Dominion Cinema.
Head over to Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, Blackford Hill, The Braid Hills and Gambado. Your kids can get active and you can kick back.
Appreciate the scenic outdoor surrounds of Gilmerton Cove, Dunbar’s Close Garden and Water of Leith Visitor Centre.
The Meadows, Princes Street Gardens, Royal Botanic Garden and Leith Links are scenic city parkland spaces. Get lost in a good book or just lay back in the shade.
To pick up some last-minute gifts or enjoy a light meal, head over to Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, Princes Mall, The Hub and Geoffrey Kiltmakers and Weavers.
Step back through the mists of time at Nelson Monument, John Knox House, George Square and University of Edinburgh. These age-old attractions have a collection of interesting stories to share.
Sacred places, such as St. Giles' Cathedral, St. Mary's Episcopal Cathederal, Robin Chapel and Duddingston Parish Church, can provide you with a deeper understanding of the region. Relax in the peaceful atmosphere and take a moment to contemplate.
When the snow starts falling, head for the slopes and try all the winter sports at Midlothian Snowsports Centre and Midlothian Ski Centre.
Are you in the mood to see some lives sports action? Be sure to check out the Scotland National Rugby or the Edinburgh Rugby when they play at Murrayfield Stadium. Relive the highlights over a few drinks with local fans after the game in one of the nearby clubs, pubs or bars.
The Expedia West End hotels page displays as many as 356 opulent and affordable hotel and apartment options, so you should have no trouble finding somewhere suitable in this highly popular destination.
Discerning travelers keen on finding a bed at the upper-end of the scale are sure to be delighted, West End offers a range of high-end stays, such as The Balmoral Hotel, at 1 Princes Street, and the Old Town Chambers, at Roxburgh's Court. Alternatively, if you're after somewhere a bit more economical, you might want to consider staying at the Lyncliff Hotel, at 4 Windsor Street, or the Halcyon Hotel, at 8 Royal Terrace.
Arthur's Seat is a must-see for visitors to West End. If you'd prefer to stay in the vicinity of this renowned attraction, the Holyrood Aparthotel and the Crowne Plaza Edinburgh - Royal Terrace are both great choices.