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Best Western Kings Manor Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed here in September and really enjoyed it. It's very conveniently placed for the centre of Edinburgh via public transport or car. Staff were super friendly and the breakfast was more than adequate and very relaxed ... bus stops right outside the hotel around every ten minutes and takes about 20ish minutes to centre depending on time of day , would definitely stay here again when visiting Edinburgh

We had both our marriage ceremony and wedding reception here last Saturday. The hotel is within easy striking distance of Edinburgh, with public transport routes easily accessible. There is ample parking at the hotel. From our first meeting we felt that our business mattered to them and that they would do all that they could to shape the day to meet our wishes and not what was most convenient for them. The day could not have been better! Food was fantastic, they went out of their way to produce delicious dishes to meet all of our guests dietary requirements. Being dairy, gluten, soya intolerant or a veggie does not condemn you to boring food here! Unlike many hotels they do not see a wedding as an excuse to print money. A duty manager was always available to answer any of our questions and Eilidh ensured our day went without any hiccups. We have to say however, that we think we met almost all of the management team (thought we'd cracked it for music when we met James Brown! - turned out he wasn't the singer! ) We opted for the all inclusive package and picked elements that we wanted included. They were flexible in terms of numbers, prices reflected what was delivered and superb service was delivered by friendly professional staff. We and our guests were really delighted with the way the wedding went. Great value for money and we left the hotel feeling that we have made new friends!

I stayed for one night with friends in October for our visit to Edinburgh - we'd booked a triple room and a single and were not disappointed. The rooms are comfortable and well appointed and the general feel of the hotel is very good. We didn't get breakfast included in the room rate but paid for it on the morning and for 11 quid for all you can eat, it was very good value - great selection of both continental and cooked items, regularly replenished and catered for by attentive staff. The hotel itself is a couple of miles outside of Edinburgh but there is a bus stop directly outside past which runs a regular service to and from the city. There is also a night bus which runs from 6pm until around 4:30 am and that also runs along the same route - I think it's the N44 you need back from the city to the hotel. The bus services are reliable but you must have the correct money as they do not give change (which is good as it keeps the service efficient in my opinion). Very happy with our stay and would like to pass our compliments to the hotel and staff for running such great outfit.

We have stayed here about 3 times ,as it's easy just too hop on the bus no 44 into Edinburgh £1-60 you need the exact money for the bus. The hotel is clean & warm as it was really cold last night. The staff are always helpful . The breakfasts are also good.

Staff, all staff very friendly a family feel that is most welcomeing. Leisure/ sports centre which is a walk through from the Hotel is lovely 😊 Its clean well run, towels for the asking and after a day in town the sauna is your reward. Breakfast will please all but the dead.Dinner, good choice and bar snacks, big OK Club rooms are brilliant, massive bed (I lost her) free WiFi. We always stay here and will continue to do so. Take the bus 🚌 into town it’s just outside and the same coming back. Good access to city bypass and petrol ⛽️ at Asda just around the corner.

Stunning cerise- coloured cyclamens in lovely square planters as you approach reception, along with beautiful and well- kept gardens are usually an indication of the attention to detail you will find inside too And we weren’t disappointed A well appointed and tastefully decorated hotel with orchids and trailing red- flowered spatifilum ( can you tell I like plants!) dotted around The accommodation was good and meticulously clean The staff were very helpful ; one lady tried to find evening activities for us on the computer and Karen! - thank you so much for the wise advice as we were about to attempt to drive into Edinburgh There are ongoing roadworks in the middle of town so she told us to get the 44 or 113 bus and have the right change- £1.60 It took about 25 minutes and set off ( and dropped you back ) from outside the hotel We tried both the Bistro and Lauders restaurant and both were excellent I had chicken and the salad bar one night and mixed platter of cooked meats followed by Tony Singh’s chickpea curry on the other evening Feeling ‘stuffed’ we shared a knickerbocker glory which was fantastic The breakfast choice was expansive though my default breakfast is porridge and honey which I enjoyed Many cereals available, plenty of fresh fruit and large choice of cooked breakfast items We would certainly return !

Hi, stayed here for one night as we were going to a show in Edinburgh and found it to be just as expected. The staff were nice on arrival and there was no problem at check in. I can only really comment on the room and the breakfast as we were out most of the day and did not spend a lot of time in the hotel. The room was nice and warm, clean, and the bed was very comfortable, so no problems with the room. The breakfast was usual buffet style with your tea/coffee brought to your table, there was plenty on offer so there should be something for everyones taste. Just one small issue was I had taken the blackpudding and haggis as part of my fried breakfast and both were very dry, the haggis so much so that it was inedible. Now the breakfast times are between 8~10 and we went at 9.00 so I think there should be a check on the items to make sure the items are still edible. Other than this we had a nice overnight stay. We didn't have time to use the pool so cant comment. Would I stay again, yes I would.

Stayed here for a long weekend for my girlfriends birthday and have to say it was a really nice place and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Food was lovely and the spa and swimming facilities were brilliant. Was also quite close to the city centre and bus stops just outside the hotel were really handy. Would highly recommend and would definitely stay here again 👍

This hotel was only 6 minutes by train from Waverly Station get off at Brunstane. The staff were wonderful, could not have been nicer or more helpful. My room was very modern and clean, the shower had great water pressure! I ate in one of the two restaurants in the hotel, very good food.

There’s nothing wrong with this three star hotel but it’s not a stand out place either. The room and bathroom were clean and tidy. We had one meal in the bistro and that was good value. It’s a short walk to the railway station and a 10min train ride to Waverley station. We had no trouble finding a car parking space at the hotel.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 Single Bed, Non Smoking

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Standard Room, 2 Single Beds, Non Smoking

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Standard Room, 1 Double Bed, Non Smoking

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Superior Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

88% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1296 reviews