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Situated on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh city centre, The Inn on the Mile offers an alternative luxury hotel experience of staying in one of Edinburgh's most prestigious historic landmarks. overall great place - good food / great service
Courtyard by Marriott Edinburgh offers accommodation in Edinburgh, in a prime location at the foothills of Calton Hill and just a five-minute walk from Princes Street. lovely hotel, very close to faclities
A 5-minute walk from Waverley Train Station, ibis Edinburgh Centre South Bridge – Royal Mile provides centrally located accommodation in the Old Town. Location was perfect & staff were good .
In Edinburgh’s New Town, this Georgian building is just a 5-minute walk from bustling Princes Street and Edinburgh Rail Station. Huge beautiful room, big windows, comfortable bed, softer and harder pillows. Everything great!
The Cairn Hotel is 800 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station and the shops, theatres and nightlife of Princes Street. It offers free WiFi and has a breakfast room. No issues whatsoever. Late night, so missed breakfast (our choice!)
Overlooking The Royal Mile, the Hilton Edinburgh Carlton has a stylish cocktail bar and modern brasserie. Central to all to steel and do in Edinburgh, a nice welcoming atmosphere
In the heart of historic Edinburgh, ibis Edinburgh Centre Royal Mile is situated just off the historic Royal Mile. The stylish hotel has a lively bar and spacious rooms with internet access. Very central location and nice staff!
On the historic Royal Mile, Radisson Blu Hotel Edinburgh is a modern hotel which features a spa / fitness centre, stylish bar and luxury bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. Location and Staff. George was excellent.
Situated just 10 minutes’ walk from Edinburgh city centre, No. 11 is a Georgian townhouse with a private garden, a 24-hour reception and an onsite restaurant. Very comfortable, great breakfast!
Overlooking Carlton Hill, Princes Street Gardens and Waverley Station, the 4-star Scotsman Hotel was originally built in 1905. This majestic, listed building was once The Scotsman newspaper. Absolutely everything from hotels history to comfort and friendly staff. Will definitely return.
With a stylish swimming pool and Scottish restaurant, the luxury 4-star Apex Waterloo Place Hotel offers sumptuous rooms with free WiFi. The bath. Close to everything you need
Just 0.5 miles from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station, this 4-star Ten Hill Place, BW Premier Collection is owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and offers free WiFi. The room was incredibly clean and so cozy.
Set in Edinburgh, less than 1 km from National Museum of Scotland, House of Gods Royal Mile offers air-conditioned rooms and a bar. Great location, I could walk to everything. The hotel was amazing and the staff was totally cool.
Situated in central Edinburgh at the foot of Calton Hill, 24 Royal Terrace is nestled amongst the grand Georgian townhouses of Royal Terrace; a quiet, cobbled street just a short walk from the buzz of... Unique, beautiful, historic, very comfortable, immaculate, great staff.
The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection is a modern 5-star boutique hotel set behind the historic facade of 172-year-old Lady Glenorchy Church. My husband and I stayed a few nights here for our belated honeymoon.
In Edinburgh’s Old Town, the KM Central offers modern accommodation only a short walk from Princes Street, Waverley Rail Station and The Royal Mile. The location, the staff and the quiet
Excellent tour. If you are diabled and canna walk up a few stairs then you get a reduced entry free as ye'll nae be able to get in a couple of the rooms, as disabled yu get a carer in free. Audio guide which is verra guid as well. Staff will take you between floors via ellavater. It's a wee bit tight if ye are in a class3 scooter, class 2 and most power chairs shouldna ha nae worries. Lights kept low in the building, screen blinds on all windows to protect the tapestries. Nae photo's inside the building for the same reason. It's plenty light enough to see where ye are. Some awesome tapestries
The palace is lovely. The audio guide talked about the various stages of building at the castle, and that made the tour even more interesting. By far, Mary's chamber was most interesting when it came to the story of her secretary who met his end at the hands of Mary's husband--chilling.
Don't expect to spend more than a few hours at the Palace. The route you take through the palace hits the historical royal apartments, but only covers one floor of this multiple floor palace. Take the time to explore the ruins of the abbey and to walk along the garden path. The Queen's Gallery is in a separate building from the palace, and may or may not be worth the extra cost of admission, depending on your taste on what's being presented. The cafeteria inside the palace grounds serves good quality food at decent prices, so don't feel you need to limit yourself to premade sandwiches.
This palace is good, especially the really old parts where Mary Queen of Scots lived. The ruins are worth seeing at the back. The tea room is very nice for lunch or tea break. I had a great scone with cream there and I think you can get into that cafe without a ticket.
This tour is rather a disappointment as many of the rooms are similar with very dark tapestries lining the walls. The bedroom and living quarters for Mary Queen of Scots is by far the best area and worth a visit. Compared to Buckingham Palace and Sandringham House, this Scottish counterpart is a bit short on the wow factor.