Nov 29, 2019 - Nov 30, 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in Edinburgh
Edinburgh is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world, famous not only for its annual arts festival but also for the dramatic contrast between the city’s fabulous New Town and the history-drenched cobbled streets of the Old Town.
A trip to Edinburgh is rewarding on so many levels with modern attractions and entertainment options as popular as the traditional sites of Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat and Holyrood Palace.
Most of what the city has to offer can be found in the center around the famous Princes Street and Royal Mile – and with Edinburgh being one of the most enjoyable cities for walking, a hotel in the heart of the capital is likely to keep you close to everything you want to see.
If you prefer to travel in comfort around the city, Edinburgh offers an efficient local bus service as well as city tours in open top and closed vehicles that allow you to hop on and off throughout the day. In addition, the long-awaited tram system opened in 2014 providing comfortable and quiet links from the city center to Edinburgh Airport. If you're planning to explore more of Scotland, you could consider renting a car in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh City Center Hotels
The five-star Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is within walking distance of Edinburgh’s Princes Street, the Royal Mile, theaters, bars, restaurants and, of course, Edinburgh Castle. Many rooms have stunning castle views, while the hotel boasts a spa and has public transport links on the doorstep.
When it comes to location there are few better than the site of the Old Waverley Hotel. Located on Princes Street itself, the mid-price three-star hotel is in the heart of the city beside many of the city’s dining and shopping outlets and situated opposite one of the entrances to Waverley Railway Station. The rooms are of a classical nature but are also warm and welcoming.
The Royal Mile is a popular part of the city any time of the year and this budget Ibis hotel offers accommodation just off the historic thoroughfare. The hotel rooms are decorated in a funky modern style and feature complimentary Wi-Fi.
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Carlton hill view,the castle, walking the Royal Mile the vibrant nightlife the whole scenery was amazing
What a very beautiful city! Fell in love with Edinburgh and it’s amazing people straight away. It’s home from home for me there.
Very walkable, compact city where you have history and something interesting right almost every corner. Good food too, if you do some quick searching.
Edinburgh is a magical place, full of history, activities, restaurants, and wonderful people. It is easily one of the picturesque and entertaining places to visit in the UK. Do not miss the month-long FRINGE festival in August - the biggest and most diverse arts festival in Europe.