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The George Hotel
19-21 George St
EH2 2PB Edinburgh
7.3 / 10
from £ 68
Motel One Edinburgh-Royal
Market Street 18-21
EH1 1BL Edinburgh
8.6 / 10
from £ 69
Merchiston Residence
Merchiston Avenue, 4
EH10 4NX Edinburgh
from £ 85
Apex Waterloo Place
Waterloo Place 23
EH1 3BG Edinburgh
8.7 / 10
from £ 89
Oakhill Apartments Edinburgh
3 Thorntreeside Thorntreepark
EH6 8FE Edinburgh
8.1 / 10
from £ 80
The Ben Doran
11 Mayfield Gardens
EH9 2AX Edinburgh
4.3 / 10
from £ 54
Masson House
Holyrood Park Road 18
EH16 5AY Edinburgh
6.9 / 10
from £ 68
Apex European Hotel
Haymarket Terrace 90
EH12 5LQ Edinburgh
8.1 / 10
from £ 50
Hotel du Vin Edinburgh
Bristo Place 11
EH1 1EZ Edinburgh
from £ 99
Richmond Place Apartments
Richmond Place 5-9
EH8 9SS Edinburgh
from £ 75
Apex City Hotel
Grassmarket 61
EH1 2HJ Edinburgh
8.3 / 10
from £ 72
The Bonham Hotel
35 Drumsheugh Gardens
EH3 7RN Edinburgh
8.0 / 10
from £ 72
Old Town Chambers
Advocates Close 4
EH1 1PS Edinburgh
8.0 / 10
from £ 135
The Carlton Hotel
7 North Bridge
EH1 1SD Edinburgh
7.0 / 10
from £ 65
St Bernards Guest House
St. Bernards Crescent 22
EH4 1NS Edinburgh
8.0 / 10
from £ 29
Macdonald Holyrood Hotel
Holyrood Road 81
EH8 8AU Edinburgh
7.8 / 10
from £ 77
The Inverleith Hotel
Inverleith Terrace 5
EH3 5NS Edinburgh
6.1 / 10
from £ 36
Malmaison Edinburgh
One Tower Place
EH6 7DD Edinburgh
8.3 / 10
Channings Hotel
South Learmonth Gardens 12-16
EH4 1EZ Edinburgh
8.8 / 10
from £ 53
Edinburgh Capital Hotel
187 Clermiston Road
EH12 6UG Edinburgh
8.0 / 10
from £ 44
Apex International Hotel
Grassmarket 31
EH1 2HS Edinburgh
6.2 / 10
from £ 76
B+B Edinburgh
3 Rothesay Terrace
EH3 7RY Edinburgh
8.3 / 10
from £ 75
Norton House Hotel
EH28 8LX Edinburgh
9.3 / 10
from £ 111
Hotel Ceilidh-Donia
Marchhall Crescent 14-16
EH16 5HL Edinburgh
0.0 / 10
from £ 48
Best Western Braid Hills Hotel
134 Braid Road
EH10 6JD Edinburgh
8.7 / 10
from £ 49
ibis Styles Edinburgh Centre St Andrew Square
19 St Andrew Square
EH21AU Edinburgh
7.8 / 10
Mercure Hotel Edinburgh Quay
38 Gardners Crescent
EH3 8DQ Edinburgh
Hotel Indigo Edinburgh
51-59 York Place
EH1 3JD Edinburgh
8.3 / 10
Holiday Inn Edinburgh-North
107 Queensferry Road
EH4 3HL Edinburgh
7.7 / 10

Edinburgh: Scotland’s exhilarating capital city

Hotels in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is one of the most historical and exciting cities in the UK. It is steeped in history, yet at the same time has a youthful and lively feeling, partly due to the University. There is an enormous amount to do and see, and Edinburgh is also a great starting point for exploring The Lothians. However much time you have in this wonderful city, we are sure that it will be an experience you won’t forget.

Getting from A to B

Edinburgh is a reasonably large city with nearly half a million residents, so luckily this means that there is an excellent, and very efficient, public transport system. If you arrive into the airport, you can either choose from a tram or bus that will take you into the city centre, and they operate a 24 hour service. Once you are in the heart of the capital, both buses and trams can take to all the interesting spots on your itinerary for very reasonable fares.

Make the most of your stay

It’s very tough to decide what to recommend to do in Edinburgh, as there really is so much. However, there a few sights that shouldn’t be missed, here is our pick of the best.

Arthur’s Seat

Start your day with a 30 minute walk up an extinct volcano. The total height of the rock is 251m, so if you are not in the mood for a walk, there is also the option to drive and cycle around the steep hillside. Either way, wrap up warm and aim to be there for sun rise, to make the most of this natural beauty

Edinburgh Castle

It is possibly the most photographed sight in Edinburgh and dominates the cityscape, but don’t let its popularity put you off. The castle has housed royalty for centuries and retains its regal charm. Make sure you experience the beauty of the Crown Jewels and marvel at the historic importance of the Stone of Destiny. Finish your tour by heading down to the ancient dungeons, before hearing the shooting of the One O’Clock Gun.

Princes Street Gardens

Dividing the Old Town and the New Town these beautiful gardens are the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon stroll. In the Summer, take a picnic and wile away the hours in these tranquil gardens. They are also the perfect place to start your exploration of the Old Town which is a World Heritgae Site

Soak up some Scottish culture

Edinburgh has so much to offer, from spectacular museums to theatres and comedy clubs, as well one of the most famous festivals in the world. Whatever genre you prefer, there is definitely something for everyone.

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival

During August the streets, and in particular The Royal Mile of Edinburgh comes alive with street performers and acts from every imaginable genre. The brochure for the event is 400 pages long so that gives you an idea of the diversity. However, don’t be daunted, as the best way is just to jump in with both feet and enjoy the electric atmosphere. Many famous actors have been discovered at the Fringe. We recommend that you download the Fringe App before arriving to help you organize your time.

National Museum of Scotland

Scotland has had such a intersting history dating back from the primeval age , so it feels only right to pay homage to the country’s culture and learn more. The National Museum of Scotland houses superb collections that tell you about the nation’s history, and also some great special exhibitions. Entry is free, although some special displays may cost a small fee. Make sure you head up to the roof gardens for the vista across the city.

The Real Mary King’s Close

Next, delve beneath the surfass of Edinburgh, and learn more about the mysterious past of the city. Hidden beneath Edinburgh’s Royal Mile are streets that seem to have been frozen in time since 17th Century. Join a guided tour to listen to ghostly stories of Edinburgh’s past on this fascinating subterranean walk.

Wining and Dining

Like any capital, Edinburgh, has a vast selection of bars and restaurants where you can enjoy a nice dinner or drink. However, here are some recommendations, that take you away from the touristy locations and allow you to experience the best the city offers.


Who needs a menu? No-one who heads to Aizle. Instead of a traditional menu, this forward-thinking Scottish Neo-Bistro just offers diners a list of ingredients instead. It is up ot you to cross off what you don’t like. From that list, prepare to be amazed, as the chefs concoct a 5-course taster menu made from locally sourced, seasonal produce. The concept is fun and innovative, plus there are some excellent cocktails to accompany your meal. (107-109 St. Leonard’s Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9QY)

The Whiski Rooms

The Whiski Rooms, combines that traditional pub feel with a hint of sophistication and class. The menu blends classic dishes with a sense of modernity, and is well-known across the city as top notch restaurant. The main attrction here is the opportunity to choose from over 300 malt and blended whiskies. There are regular events, including whisky tastings, so it worth checking in advance so that you don’t miss out. (4 - 7 North Bank Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2LP)

Snooze in style

There are plenty of hotels to choose from in the city, suitable for any budget. Here are two of recommendations for excellent places to call home, while you are staying in the Scottish capital

The George Hotel

Location, Location, Location- that is the first impression of this hotel, which is located in one of the best streets in Edinburgh. The building itself is also impressive, as it was first designed over 200 years ago by a local architect called Robert Adam. The rooms are all about comfort and elegance, and the staff pride themselves in delivering truely Scottish hospitality. (19-21 George Street, EH2 2PB)

The Howard Hotel

Prepare yourself for a very special stay at this pretigious five-star hotel. Allow your own personal butler to attend to your every need, from carrying your cases to arranging theatre tickets. As you would expect, the rooms are finished to the highest standard. Don’t forget to ask you butler to reserve you a seat in the dining room for afternoon tea. ( 34 Great King Street, EH3 6QH)

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