Edinburgh has many famous hotels including the Balmoral Hotel, The Carlton and The Caledonian. Edinburgh has hotels for every budget, for business or leisure and both historic and modern. We have created a list below which we does not cover every hotel in Edinburgh, but includes some of what we believe are the best hotels. Obviously everyone has different requirements for their ideal hotel but this list should be a good starting point if you wish to research the hotels further. For more details on Edinburgh's best hotels click on the buttons below to check availability.
Chester Residencehas chic designer suites within a Georgian town house in the West End of Edinburgh. It is walking distance from art galleries, museums, shops, cafes and restaurants. Each suite is a luxurious, spacious home-from home. Enjoy excellent service, a full reception, a concierge and daily servicing. Each suite has luxurious toiletries, robes, slippers, a wide-screen TV and an iPod dock.
The Apex Waterloois very centrally located in Edinburgh, at the east end of Princes Street. This historical Edinburgh hotel offers urban glamour and modern comfort. The castle, Scott Monument, Holyrood Palace and shopping districts are close by. Apex Waterloo Place Hotel is close to Waverley Train Station and there is a direct bus service to and from Edinburgh Airport, which is just one minutes walk from the hotel at Waverley Bridge.
Ten Hill Place, Edinburghcombines a traditional Georgian terrace with a stylish new development. Enjoy modern, air-conditioned rooms and a café bar with varied menus and a drinks service until 03:00. Very close to the Festival Theatre, Ten Hill Place Hotel is also within easy walking distance of the Royal Mile, the Pleasance and Grassmarket.
(Fri 13th Mar, 2015)
The Bank of Scotland Imaginate Festival presents theatre for children and young people. Suitable for audiences from curious toddlers to 18 year olds.