Edinburghhouse Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We didn't expect much from the reviews before and were very relieved not be in the basement. Our room was VERY very tiny (just the bed and tiny space to leave the luggage) and two people had to manage it well. However the room and bath was clean, we had hot water and fresh towels every day. We didn't book breakfast or WiFi, because it seem overpriced. I agree with the ppl writing the hotel could need a renovation but for a couple of days just to sleep and shower it was ok. No comfort, no space for whatsoever but cheap and clean.
Greeted at reception by a very friendly staff member. Room was clean and bed was comfy but crazy creaky. Free street parking outside and the number 11 bus stops right outside the hotel and took us right through the city centre to the Usher Hall. I would defiantly use this hotel again for overnight stays.
We were supposed to stay here for my friends hen do, however the event we were going to got cancelled due to the red and amber weather warnings. The hotel refused to let us change our dates. Receptionist was also rude when I called and hung up on me and suggested I speak to booking.com when I didn’t even book through booking.com!!!!!When all I wanted to do at this point was cancel! Very disappointed at the GREEDINESS of this hotel considering the awful weather, unsafe conditions outdoors and we missed out on our entire hen do, we weren’t even asking for a refund just a change of dates. Would not recommend!!! Most other hotels around Edinburgh were offering refunds/ change of dates but these people obviously saw it as a chance to make a quick buck off people who didn’t want to cancel in the first place :(
Booked by a company I was working for. This hotel would be ok if you were out for a night on the beer and just wanted somewhere to crash. However those of us that had to work it's not good. It's tired looking and I was tired because the bed was crap. Breakfast poor. However it's cheap.
Small double bedroom with only one heater. It could be OK if you stay far away from the window, but the fact is that the bed is next to the window, so we were cold the first hours. To finish, we couldn't get a shower in the morning, there was hot water only in the evenings.
I just stayed at the Edinburgh House Hotel for three nights over Hogmanay weekend. In the lead up to the trip I was really worried about all the awful reviews that started popping up, but from my experience these have been over exaggerated. For a budget hotel it was absolutely fine, and with the obscene hotel prices in the city over this weekend it was quite cheap (but still very expensive compared to any other time of the year). It could definitely do with some renovation and is worn in areas but for a place to sleep we had no issues, our room was clean, reasonably spacious and the bed was comfy. The only real issue was the hot water was not consistent so we had a lot of barely warm showers. We enjoyed the 20 minute walk to the city but there are buses every few minutes that stop outside the hotel. We didn’t pay for WiFi or breakfast because these amenities were very over priced.
Before booking this hotel we read a lot of bad reviews about it, but we were looking for something cheap so we decided to book it however. The entire building needs a refurbishment, but the room was clean and spacious and everything worked properly. The reception was nice, kind and helpful.
I don't normally write reviews, but I felt I had to in this case. The price is the ONLY thing recommending this hotel. Otherwise, it's awful. 1. Showers: Cold. 2. Heat: Didn't work. 3. Breakfast: Not fully cooked, and available only between 7:30 and 9. 4. Wifi is NOT free. I can handle lots of things, and I'm not picky, but a room should provide heat and warm showers. This place did neither.
Worst b&b i have ever stayed in. Covered in bruises thanks to the springs sticking out of the mattress. Cold room, cold shower. Mould in the toiletry pumps. Dirty rooms, "cleaner" thinks spraying fabreeze around is cleaning. Receptionist was snotty and refused to do anything about the issues. I left a review on fb..... they have blocked me...... stay elsewhere and avoid this s**t hole.
Stayed at Edinburgh house 8th to 10th December 2017. In short , note to self , must pay a bit more to get constant hot water , double glazing and a stain free carpet . Otherwise good and only a 10- 15 minute walk to the city centre. Loads of nice places to eat and drink nearby. The powers that be in Edinburgh really need to get their act together and do what it takes to help the many homeless people there. I have never seen so many in all the cities I have stayed in and in temperatures of several degrees below zero,
- Close to Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre and Easter Road Stadium
- Free parking
- WiFi in rooms and public areas (fees apply)
Edinburghhouse Hotel places you within a mile (2 km) of popular attractions like Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre and Easter Road Stadium. The 30 rooms at this 3-star guesthouse include coffee makers and LCD TVs. It's also close to Royal Yacht Britannia and Palace of Holyroodhouse.
For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Edinburghhouse Hotel's 30 individually decorated rooms provide coffee makers. LCD TVs come with DVD players, and guests can stay connected with WiFi.
Edinburghhouse Hotel features WiFi in public areas and a garden. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide tour or ticket assistance.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
35.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 432 reviews