You'll find 46 en suite rooms with flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, telephones, and hospitality trays to greet you at Herald House. This is a two star budget hotel on Grove Street, a short walk from Haymarket train station in the west of Edinburgh. This is a budget bed and breakfast that's friendly and comfortable and the rooms start at reasonable prices. The attractions of the Old Town and the city center are within easy walking distance and you have plenty of public transport options. It doesn't have a car park, but they do offer vouchers for the nearby NCP on Morrison Street.
Hotel Missoni is a chic and stylish boutique hotel run by Rosita Missoni of the famous Italian fashion house. It is perhaps then no surprise that it is unconventional and exuberant with bold geometric designs, a feature of the Missoni brand. The rooms are furnished to a high standard and decorated in an ultra-modern style which never compromises on comfort. The hotel bar contrasts turquoise and lilac furnishings with sheer white walls and massive silver light shades to great effect. The restaurant, Cucina, combines bold design with excellent Italian cuisine and has twice won the accolade of Scottish Italian Restaurant of the Year.
Originally newspaper baronial offices, the Scotsman is now considered one of the more stylish hotels in Edinburgh. Food is served at the North Bridge Brasserie or guests can dine on several specialty dishes and sip on exotic wine at the Vermilion Restaurant. The Scotsman is conveniently located near Waverley Railway Station and it is just off the Royal Mile. The hotel is relaxing and luxurious with 56 rooms and 13 suites all beautifully refurbished, with different sizes, designs, and shapes, giving guests the experience of a lifetime. Amenities include in-room DVD/CD player, wide screen television, high-speed Internet, wine bars, and more.
If you are looking for a comfortable, child-friendly hotel which offers family dining then Channings will suit you. This friendly and relaxed four star hotel is located at Learmonth Gardens in the west end of the New Town. One of the town houses that makes up the hotel was once the home of the Antarctic explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton, and the top floor suites are named after him and his fellow adventurers. You'll find a Victorian feel permeates the decor. The service is excellent and it represents great value for money. It is situated in a quiet location but the city centre is within walking distance.
It may not look much from the outside but the Edinburgh Central Hostel is one of the best value accommodation options in the city. It is also really well-situated near the top of Leith Walk, which makes it easy to get anywhere in the city by public transport. It is ideal for groups because most of the 298 beds are in large dorm rooms. You can also book premium twin and double rooms with TVs and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms are en suite and there is a self-catering kitchen and dining area, as well as a lounge and a licensed bistro. Furnishings and decor are basic, but this is five-star Scottish Youth Hostels Association accommodation and prices are very good value for money.
The Salisbury Hotel is a welcoming family run boutique hotel located in the heart of Newington, close to the city center and the main attractions. The hotel combines an excellent central location with a delightfully peaceful ambiance and high standard of service. Eighteen stylish bedrooms are decorated to a high standard to reflect the charming Georgian architecture of the hotel. Rooms also boast high speed wi-fi, large flat screen plasma TVs and well stocked en-suite wet-room style bathrooms. There is a beautiful walled garden complete with a lovely cafe and summerhouse which is perfect for relaxing with your family on a sunny day.
These impressively appointed town house apartments offer a range of serviced accommodation options. If you are seeking a luxurious home away from home then look no further. The Chester Residence is located in Rothesay Place, a short walk from the west end of Princes Street. You can enjoy the comforts of a hotel with a concierge service and a personal chef but also the privacy of an apartment with a kitchen you can use yourself and a comfortable living area. You'll also find luxurious bathrooms, satellite TV and very comfortable bedrooms. The quiet New Town surroundings serve as a good base to explore the city and compared to a traditional hotel you get a great level of luxury for your money.
This popular boutique hotel features stunning interior design and boasts a city centre location on George Street. The restaurant and bar are very popular with locals and visitors alike. The rooms are individually styled and extremely comfortable with Egyptian cotton bed linen and en-suite wet rooms. You'll also find flat screen TVs, fully loaded iPods, a DVD library and mini-bar to keep you amused. Tigerlily also offers a number of special packages including romantic getaways, business trips or girl's nights on the town, each offering a unique experience full of little extras. It is a perfect base for exploring Edinburgh and an interesting and lively location in its own right.
Sitting proudly at the east end of Princes Street the Balmoral Hotel, with its distinctive clock tower, is a local landmark. It could not be more central and it's the first thing you see upon emerging from Waverley Station. Most of Edinburgh's star attractions, including the Old Town, are within easy walking distance. This five star hotel features a range of rooms and suites with some inspiring views of the city. It also boasts a number of restaurants, bars and even a spa. The hotel offers contemporary elegance and an impressive level of luxury. Whether you are looking for a family friendly hotel, you're on a business trip or you're having a romantic weekend, the Balmoral can cater for you.
Conveniently located in the city center, the Apex Waterloo Place Hotel is within walking distance of the vast majority of Edinburgh's most popular attractions and sights, including the Parliament House, St. Giles' Cathedral, the Royal Mile, City Art Center, National Museum of Scotland, and the wonderful shopping of Princes Street too. Each of the comfortable guestrooms is equipped with a personal safe, climate controls, mini-fridge, satellite TV, wake up and room services, high-speed Internet, beverage station, hair dryer, entertainment center, and a large private bathroom. Visitors can enjoy services and amenities such as the lounge with bar service, business services and meeting rooms, free daily breakfast, laundry and dry cleaning, distinctive restaurant, golf course access, parking on the premises, concierge desk, 24-hour front desk, a fitness center, and swimming pool.