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The Balmoral Hotel - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Balmoral Hotel

1 Princes Street, Edinburgh - Map
"The Grand Edinburgh Hotel"
Instantly struck by the grandeur of the building when leaving Waverley railway station and climbing up to Princes Street. Couldn't believe we were staying in this hotel and because it was for a special occasion that was a great feeling. The lobby area was old-fashioned but contemporary and the service by the staff member that checked us in at the reception desk was perfect. Great experience overall, only stayed for one night but we could have easily stayed a week or more, especially being able to walk from room to spa swimming pool dressed in robe and slippers. That was a luxury, can't do it often but it was good. Very good.
A Traveller
Apex Waterloo Place Hotel - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Apex Waterloo Place Hotel

23-27 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh - Map
"Lovely hotel - would stay again!"
Came to stay for 3 nights from York, found the hotel staff welcoming and helpful, very nice having someone take our heavy bags up to our room whilst we had a drink. Our room was fantastic and clean, had everything we could possibly want. It had a well appointed and clean bathroom which was a pleasure to use. Comfortable bed, but please, please, get rid of those extra cushions that just take up room! Had room service on the last day that arrived precisely when it was supposed to, overall a very enjoyable stay in a very wonderful city.
Chris from York
Old Waverley Hotel - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Old Waverley Hotel

43 Princes Street, Edinburgh - Map
"A lovely Hotel full of Character and wormth"
This is a lovely building, full of character and very homely. Inside every room I saw was nicely decorated. We booked a double and were given a lovely room on the fouth floor overlooking Princes Street. The room was clean and comfortable, and the window curtains and swags were high quality which added character to the room. The bathroom had nicely tiled floor and walls, with marble vanity top and bath panel. Breakfast was a buffet with a full range for the cooked option, including Haggis if you wanted it. We ate in the restaurant on two evenings. It was ok but nothing special, and has a very limited choice which isn't changed from day to day. Slightly expensive; but perhaps not for the center of Edinburgh.
Graham from Leeds
Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh

1 Festival Square, Edinburgh - Map
"Luxurious, convenient and picturesque"
A great Edinburgh hotel to escape London from. I wrote an email to them beforehand asking if we (my girlfriend and I) could have a castle facing room, and they delivered. The facilities were great, and although I was a little skeptical about the conditions and overall class of the room when booking - knowing little about the Sheraton brand - it was really nice and generally worth the money we put in. Friendly staff in both the hotel and the spa. We had hotel club access, but sadly the breakfast there was just a continental breakfast, and we had to pay extra to have breakfast in the main dining area - which was a shame given the high cost to upgrade to club room access. Refreshments in the club room ended at 1900/1930, which personally I thought was disappointingly early. I also forgot to bring swim trunks for the spa, a rookie error which cost me £25 at the pool. Room service was terrific (bit pricey), but the HD/non-HD format for movie rental was a bit unfair.
Charlie from London
Nira Caledonia - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Nira Caledonia

10 Gloucester Place, Edinburgh - Map
"Great hotel"
We stayed for 8 days, and the whole experience was delightful. Everyone we encountered at the hotel was friendly and willing to help from calling a cab, mailing our post cards, finding a restaurant, to giving advice and directions (with a map) to must see sites. The breakfast was fabulous! Everything you could want to choose from--fresh fruit, meat and cheeses, cold or hot cereal, eggs, bacon, haggis, salmon, on and on....and the staff didn't hurry us up at all, they let us sit and enjoy our tea or coffee and the rain outside the window. The room was comfortable, but a little warm because it was above the kitchen. FYI there is no elevator, but the staff put our luggage in our room for us (we got there before check in and left our bags with the front desk and explored the city until dinner time) The bathtub was a Jacuzzi tub and the shower was really nice. There was a mini bar, a nespresso machine, and teapot in the room along with a flat screen tv and a radio/docking station.
Jenny from Orange, Ca
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Caravel Guest House - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Caravel Guest House

30 London Street, Edinburgh - Map
"Charming guest house"
Stayed as a 3 for two nights. Firstly this hotel was chosen on location and price so not expecting a luxury stay! We were put in a family room but then moved to another room, but we didn't mind. Location superb and excellent value considering proximity to centre. The decor was deliberately (?) dated, which is to be either loved or hated. The rooms look something out of a some cult 70's horror film! Fortunately we loved the charm. Owners were very welcoming and extremely nice to us. Breakfasts were excellent. Also worth noting that the Power showers are superb! Only slight issue for me was the beds are quite hard, but that may have just been an unlucky one, as the other people in the party slept okay. Very enjoyable stay. Would recommend.
Ralph from south Yorkshire
The George Hotel - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The George Hotel

19-21 George Street, Edinburgh - Map
"Central hotel"
A lovely hotel with everything we needed for our mini break provided. Our room was very quiet despite being in central Edinburgh, breakfast choice was excellent, staff efficient and helpful.
jolly from covenr
The Bonham - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Bonham

35 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh - Map
"Beautiful boutique hotel in great location"
From the time we checked in to the morning we left, excellent experience. The staff were friendly and fun ! They made great recommendations for restaurants and things to do off the beaten path. Will definitely go back on our ext trip to Scotland.
Cathy from New Jersey,USA
Crowne Plaza Edinburgh - The Roxburghe - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Crowne Plaza Edinburgh - The Roxburghe

38 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh - Map
"Excellent locatin in Central Glasgow"
Room on 5th floor - quiet, large room with everything required for long weekend break. Only downside was the only lift to 5th floor broke down - a problem for anyone without full mobility
Kim from UK
Twelve Picardy Place - Edinburgh Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Twelve Picardy Place

12, Picardy Place, Edinburgh - Map
"Fantastic Boutique Hotel"
We arrived at 12 Picardy Place at around 13:30. The reception area is small but beautifully presented in warm grey tones. Soft sofa's and chairs, magazines and a bar are there for your enjoyment. Our room wasn't quite ready so we wandered into town for some lunch. When we returned a few hours later, our luggage had been taken to the room and the lovely receptionist showed us upstairs and explained about the restaurants etc. I booked Loch Katrine (Grand Master Suite) for a 30th Birthday and we were not disappointing. The room was huge, with floor to ceiling windows, a large bed and 3D TV. The room was tastefully decorated in soft greys, all lighting matched and added a peaceful, relaxing ambiance. The bathroom was equally impressive. A huge wetroom with waterfall shower, large bath, 2 sinks and a tv. We ate dinner in the Steak restaurant (attached to the hotel) and have to say this was the best meal I have eaten. The steak and pork loin were cooked to perfection and our French waiter was knowledgeable and made excellent recommendations. The hotel is ideally located, 5mins walk from the station, 15 from the castle and palace, and directly opposite John Lewis.
Emma from Leeds

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    Built in the late 1700s to alleviate overcrowding, New Town has a symmetrical layout with broad streets and Georgian architecture. Visitors will find posh boutiques on George Street and popular pubs on Rose Street. Calton Hill, located on the east end, overlooks the city.

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