A stay in this imaginative and flexible four star accommodation will definitely have you coming back to Edinburgh for more. Located in the heart of the city, these fully serviced, modern and functional apartments are designed with your stay and convenience in mind. A home from home, these apartments are furnished with all you need to make your stay comfortable whether it is for one night or one week.
Each apartment features a fully equipped kitchen, living area, bathroom and bedroom. In addition, a work area is provided along with complementary toiletries, flat screen TV and cable and pay per view movies. There is also the option of wireless internet for an additional charge. The apartments are safe and secure having a 24 hour reception which is a helpful addition to the accommodation. All in all, the perfect choice for an independent stay in the city, for business or for pleasure.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Gorgie City Farm is a safe place for kids to meet and experience many different species of animals. This hands on experience will delight kids of all ages and give them the chance to feed, look after and care for animals in a practical and informative way. Some hands on sessions are available with the cute, small and furry residents in this enchanting place.
A evening walk to the folly at the top of Carlton Hill is the perfect way to round off a day in this romantic city. At dusk the silhouette created by this folly and city skyline is the stuff of fairytales and well worth the climb to experience the magic created by the setting sun.
The beautiful setting of the Palace of Holyroodhouse is a stunning building to visit anyway, without even looking at the amazing collections of royal treasures it contains. Works of art, furniture and unbelievable library collections are all stored here.
Nothing symbolises Scotland more than the kilt. Traditional kilt makers John Morrison is located on the iconic Princes Street and is the definitive emporium in which to buy an original, handmade 100% wool Scottish kilt.
For eating out
Dating from 1826, the Cafe Royal and Circle Bar just off Princes Street is an institution famed for its oysters and convivial hospitality. Scottish dishes at their very, very best are served in the opulent surroundings of this building with its elegant stained glass windows, Victorian styling and irreplaceable ceramic tiles which all add to the total sum of the atmosphere in this stylish eating house.
The wonderfully atmospheric Port O’ Leith Bar presided over by its matriarchal landlady isn’t pretty or quaint but simply a functional and rugged pub which used to serve sailors that called this port city home. While used still by locals, travellers are also drawn here and so, unusually, all major worldwide currencies are accepted behind the bar! Expect pie and a pint and a warm welcome.