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Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel is situated in Edinburgh, just metres from Princes Street and George Street. Friendly staff, cleaning, decoration
Overlooking Edinburgh Castle, the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is located in the financial district, next to the West End business and entertainment area and a five-minute walk from Princes Street, 500... Good service. Nice staff. Very nice spa. And last but not least the breakfast was amazing :)
Located in the centre of Edinburgh, just a few minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile and 650 yards of The Real Mary King's Close, Market Street forms part of Edinburgh’s historic skyline. The location is absolutely convenient, just opposite to the Railway station and within 5-10 min walk...
The Royal Scots Club offers grand country-house charm, a cosy club atmosphere and free WiFi in Edinburgh city centre. In the peaceful New Town district, there is a hotel lift for access to all floors.... Location facilities and service.
Unique and very chic, Le Monde is just 100 metres from Princes Street and Edinburgh Waverley Station. It has luxury themed rooms, 2 restaurants, 3 bars and a lively night club. The staff were friendly and helpful, the room was lovely and spacious.
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
Just 2 minutes’ walk from Princes Street, ibis Styles St Andrew Square offers uniquely designed rooms in Edinburgh city centre. City centre - easy for bus, train and tram connections. Good prices. Welcoming.
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 .
Motel One Edinburgh-Princes is set in the heart of Princes Street and less than 5 minutes’ walk from Edinburgh Waverley Station. This contemporary hotel features a bar and a 24-hour front desk. Excellent property for exploring Edinburgh. Rooms have goo view a d 100% soundproof.
Situated in the centre of Edinburgh, the Motel One Edinburgh-Royal is 5 minutes’ walk away from the train station, and only half a mile from the Castle. Guests can reach the historical St. The rooms and the location were perfect.
Residence Inn by Marriott Edinburgh has a central Edinburgh location, just 10 minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building, and there is an on-site fitness... Clean and very spacious room. Good kitchen facilities.
Situated on Princes Street, overlooking Edinburgh Castle, Hotel Indigo - Edinburgh - Princes Street offers rooms with free WiFi. Set in a period building, there is a traditional restaurant and bar. We had a great stay at the hotel. Everything was perfect especially breakfast in hotel restaurant.
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!
In the heart of Edinburgh, the Leonardo Edinburgh City Hotel is steeped in history but has a modern interior. exceptional staff comfortable beds
Stay Central Hotel is just a 3-minute walk from the historic Royal Mile. Located in the Cowgate, this lively budget hotel is in Edinburgh's Old Town, within half a mile of Princes Street. Comfy beds Spacious rooms Modern Quiet Central Great staff Clean with towels and toiletries Great...
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!
Located on Princes Street, The Balmoral has a Michelin-starred restaurant, a pool and a gym. Waverley Station and Edinburgh's main shopping area are within 5 minutes' walk. Staff, location and accommodations.
The glamorous Rutland Hotel has stylish rooms, a luxurious late-lounge, and a unique restaurant with a glass wine cellar. I last stayed at The Rutland maybe 11 years ago.
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.
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.
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
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 historic Old Town, this Hotel Du Vin has uniquely styled bedrooms in a former city asylum. At the hotel’s heart is a French Bistro, serving produce from the Lothian region. Beautiful little hotel. Room was clean and very comfy. All the staff were great!
The castle then the Royal mile and then on to Holyrood. What a wonderful two days. Don;t forget to visit the underground chambers under the South bridge halfway down the Mile. This tour must be booked before hand.
As a McLellan, how could I not get seduced by the Royal Mile. My sister got fitted for a kilt and I got some amazing bag pipe music which I enjoy to this day. Scotland has been eclipsed by England for so long, it is just wonderful to see the popularity of Scottish culture and history. London is impossible. Edinburg is manageable. I fear to recommend it for fear of spoiling it. Now if we could only do something about the weather.
Blocked to traffic during the festival, so walking was necessary. It could be hard for those who have trouble walking. But it is a dramatic sweep up to the castle, chockablock full of shops, pubs, restaurants, and things of historical significance.
Great shops in the heart of the city, lots of things packed into a small place. Some are very pricey, but on the whole you can find decent lower priced gifts/souvenirs (we did). Great buildings and architecture.
The Royal Mile is quite hilly, Lots of cobblestones and uneven surfaces due to the age of the road. Lots of interesting buildings to visit e.g. Edinburgh Castle, Scottish Parliament building, the Palace of Holyrood, St. Giles Cathedral. Be prepared for lots of tourists and 'tourist shops' selling tartan items, shortbread and whisky.
If you are here during the Fringe, check out the walking tours done by volunteers who are based at the Council offices. These guys know so much more than the commercial tour guides do and they have the inside access to places no other tour guide had.
Good location 5 minutes off The Royal Mile, 15 minutes from the Castle and 20 from Holyrood House. We slept soundly. Breakfast was continental style and good. We stayed for 3 nights and because of covid were restricted to eat in the hotel of an evening. The menu was very limited as I doubt during normal times that many people eat in the hotel but we were able to choose a different meal each night and the quality and quantity were excellent.
The apartment was in a fab location, was a great size and had a brilliantly equipped kitchen all for an excellent price. The welcome pack was super with very clear instructions for all of the appliances. We could not fault the cleanliness/covid procedures. The Tesco Express just round the corner was very handy to pop out to and you were just a short walk away from the Royal Mile.
This Apart Hotel is situated in a perfect location at the bottom end of the Royal Mile. The room was very clean and well kept with many facilities including a fridge, kitchen and television. The bathroom was very clean and had a luxury feel. The staff were very friendly and the hotel offers discount for the multi-storey carpark nearby.
The hotel is located superbly on the Royal Mile, handy for all the major attractions of the City and close to a stop for the hop-on-hop-off sightseeing bus. Can't comment on breakfast as we didn't have one at the hotel but the staff were extremely helpful, cheerful and efficient.
The room was luxurious, clean and comfortable. The concierges were really helpful and the accessibility to the train station was perfect. The hotel is also within easy walking distance from the bus station and just off the Royal Mile so a great location!
The hotel was chosen because of its central location on the Royal Mile and because it has on site parking. The parking worked well and the location turned out to be superb. The room was very clean and we particularly liked the pillows on the bed.
This is a very nice apartment with views over the Royal Mile at Lawnmarket and very close to the castle. Beds are new and comfortable and there are good kitchen facilities. Pets allowed. Quiet even though in the city centre and warm.
The location of the apartment was perfect for visiting the Royal Mile and it was extremely clean and spacious for two people. The under floor heating in the bathroom was a really nice touch!
Perfect location just off Royal Mile, nice sized apartment with everything we needed, helpful staff, felt covid safe. Welcoming to a family with a cat! And great view!
The hotel is in a good location, around the corner from the Royal Mile.
Get away from the Royal Mile where tourists come to snap endless photos of token bag pipers wearing kilts. Walk to the Stockbridge neighborhood, full of beautiful flats, interesting shops and cafes. Walk to the old side of the city underneath the castle for pub crawling.
Walking from the Castle down the Royal Mile to Holyrood House with the new Parliament en route takes some beating in terms not just of historical content but also of ease of travel-it's a straight downhill walk. On the way talk to people-some of the locals actually know a lot about their City and take a pride in it.
St. Giles on the Royal Mile is several hundreds of years old. My family attended a pipe organ recital there one evening. What an awesome and thunderous sound that huge organ made, but could produce the most delicate melodies as well. Highly recommend taking some time to study the beautiful architecture as well as the gorgeous stained glass windows and the history surrounding this or any cathedral, for there is always a history to be known.
As a city Edinburgh is steeped in history, all the areas off the Royal Mile has a tale to tell. The city offers a number of good tours both by bus and feet for getting to know the past and how people lived. The city also offers an insight to famous personalities of the past such as Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Rabbie Burns
The royal mile has just about everything and the grass market
The Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle, visit Rose Street for a good night out. Leith walk has a vast choice of very quirky cafes that offer a very wide selection of nice food and drinks.