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5.0

Aparthotel Adagio Edinburgh Royal Mile

Spacious apartment style rooms in Edinburgh center

Only stayed one night, but would definitely come back if in Edinburgh again. Rooms are apartment style with kitchenette and very spacious and clean. Staff are helpful and friendly. Building has amenities such as breakfast and laundry room (important for long stays!). Discounted parking is provided at car park around the block. Location is great, on the Royal Mile. Would definitely recommend for both long and short stays.

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3 weeks ago

4.0

Novotel Edinburgh Centre

Got a good deal!

Good hotel but limited parking available, and the staff wasnt very helpful.

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7 years ago

5.0

St. Giles Apartment

Nice apartment close to royal mile

we enjoyed Edingburgh and the apartment was clean and walking distance to main areas. really cozy and nice view even of the cemetery across the street for haunts

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9 months ago

4.0

Jurys Inn Edinburgh

Access to everything.

Close to the Waverly Bridge Train station: Aitrlink Airport bus drops you off on the Waverly Bridge just a few blocks from Jury's in. Waverly station gives you access to trains for out of town destinations, you can arrange various bus tours there or purchase bus passes. Access to the Royal Mile is just a walk up Chalmers Close about 1/2 block so you don't have to take the long way around on the street. You are in the middle of all the attractions up and down the Mile. Access allows you to save time and money. No cabs needed.

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7 months ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Edinburgh

Edinburgh hotels

Visitors will enjoy the mixture of old town history and modern city convenience as they tour Edinburgh. Guests to the area will have a good selection of Edinburgh hotels for their lodging. They can choose affordable accommodations at many hotels; Edinburgh also provides a number of bed & breakfast locations for the traveler.

Edinburgh Quick Picks and Tips
Conventions

The Edinburgh International Conference Center is the premier convention center in the city and holds meetings and events from many groups and organizations.

Dining

Edinburgh provides many splendid restaurants and one of the most popular is the Grain Store, with traditional Scottish fare and design for a relaxing atmosphere. For fine dining, visitors won't want to miss Honours, a prestigious restaurant with a matching price.

Major Point of Interest

Visitors to the city cannot miss the opportunity to see Edinburgh Castle with its rich history. They can view the exquisite Great Room and enjoy stories from the locals.

Shopping

Guests staying at hotels in Edinburgh can find many shopping opportunities during their visit. Small shops boasting traditional Scottish items can be found along the Royal Mile. The most complete shopping area is in Princes Mall; it has three levels of stores from designer items to specialty shops.

Sports

Visitors can choose between two football teams to watch a game while they visit Edinburgh, either the Hearts at Tynecastle Stadium or Hibernian at Easter Road. Guests to the city will enjoy either team for a real Scottish football experience.