Overlooking one of Edinburgh’s prettiest private garden squares, Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel consists of seven interconnected Georgian townhouses. Outside is where you’ll find the New Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s delightfully removed from the city’s tourist hubs. But it’s inside where things really get interesting. The interior blends handsome woods, plush fabrics, and rich pops of color—and, yes, just a touch of tartan—to luxurious effect. And with a magnetic inner courtyard and an acclaimed Middle Eastern restaurant, it’s no wonder the hotel has become a natural meeting point.
A stay at Tigerlily places you in the heart of Edinburgh, steps from Princes Street and George Street. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services.
With a stay at The Royal Scots Club Edinburgh, you'll be centrally located in Edinburgh, steps from Princes Street and 4 minutes by foot from George Street. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff.
Boutique luxury and grand tradition combine for spectacular results at The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection. Nestled in the heart of Edinburgh city centre, our 5-star hotel features a striking, 172-year-old façade melded into an ultra-sleek lobby space. Relax in our gorgeously appointed hotel rooms and suites, where boutique amenities and views of either the UNESCO World Heritage site of Calton Hill or Edinburgh's New Town await. Our 17 suites are each named after a Scotch whisky or Region; many of which you'll find in Snug Bar, our recently renovated lounge offering over 160 exclusive Scotch whiskies. Nearby, iconic attractions like Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Princes Street and Playhouse Theatre beckon—make time to experience all that this storied city has to offer. For those seeking event space in Edinburgh city centre, we offer 5-star planning services and unique venues. Come discover an unforgettable luxury hotel experience at The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection.
Located within the heart of Edinburgh on George Street, just off Princes Street. Le Monde Hotel which draws inspiration from the most exciting and iconic cities around the globe, this luxury boutique hotel offers stylishly designed rooms and suites providing the highest standard of comfort, decorated with their own distinctive creativity and attention to detail.Rates are inclusive of service charge and VAT (excluding Tourist Tax)
Apex Waterloo Hotel is a luxury four-star Georgian hotel that combines the timeless grandeur of the hotel’s traditional exterior with the style and comfort of the chic and modern interiors. Boasting a range of stylish suites and bedrooms, luxury spa facilities, a bright a spacious restaurant and bar, and excellent conference and events spaces, it’s just a stone’s throw from Edinburgh Waverley train station. Contemporary bedrooms come fully equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi and Freeview TV, tea and coffee making facilities, king-size beds, and modern en suite bathrooms with walk-in showers.
The InterContinental Edinburgh The George has been welcoming hotel guests since 1881. At its heart are five listed Georgian townhouses, built in 1775 as homes for Edinburgh’s most prosperous citizens. Today, The InterContinental Edinburgh The George offers all the luxuries of an InterContinental life in the heart of the Scottish capital.
A stay at The Frederick House Hotel places you in the heart of Edinburgh, steps from Princes Street and George Street. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff.
A modern Edinburgh hotel in a Georgian building within walking distance of the city's top attractions Holiday Inn Express® - Edinburgh City Centre hotel is a 10-minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley station in the city's New Town. It's a short stroll to the York Place tram stop, which has a direct connection to Edinburgh Airport (EDI). The Edinburgh Playhouse theatre and OMNI Edinburgh's restaurants and cinemas are right across the road. Princes Street and George Street's shops are a few minutes' walk away. You can ramble over the ramparts of Edinburgh Castle, 20 minutes' walk from the hotel. Or experience more royal flavour, less than a mile from the hotel, at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Queen's official Scottish residence. Amble through the expansive Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, half an hour on foot from the hotel, or wander into Princes Street Gardens to spot the huge floral clock. Business guests are on the doorstep of the financial district around St. Andrew Square and George Street, while the Edinburgh International Conference Centre is less than 10 minutes' drive away. The hotel has a smart meeting rooms. Enjoy free Wi-Fi and an inclusive hot Express Start Breakfast. A nearby Fitness Centre is available to guests. Unwind after a busy day's sightseeing over a cool beer in the lounge bar.
Experience the grace of Edinburgh’s 18th-century New Town in our boutique Hotel Indigo® Edinburgh, set in the buzzing heart of the city. Step inside and you’ll find an oasis of vibrant colours and contemporary comforts in our Georgian townhouse. After a long day’s shopping and sightseeing, cocoon yourself in your bespoke guest room, where every detail references Scottish creativity, from soft fabrics that caress to local artworks on the walls. You’ll love our indulgent bathrooms with rainfall showers and bespoke toiletries. At night, sample delicious Scottish smoked salmon or haggis nachos in our cosy Turquoise Thistle Restaurant, or sip a dram of finest malt whisky at the bar. Minutes away, you’ll find the city’s best nightlife plus major Edinburgh Festival venues right on our doorstep.
Nestled perfectly in between Edinburgh’s Old and New town, Hotel Indigo Edinburgh - Princes Street encapsulates the unrivalled historic attractions of Old Edinburgh, whilst being in the heart of the world famous Edinburgh New Town, renowned for its unique shops, champagne bars, designer shops and quirky independent retailers showcasing Scottish produce and innovative boutiques. The design of our hotel is influenced by Edinburgh’s historic story. For centuries Edinburgh was a meeting place for the world’s greatest thinkers, literacy pioneers, poets and authors. Until this very day Edinburgh continues to inspire and drive some of the world’s most famous and successful authors, politicians, artists and creators. Hotel Indigo Edinburgh - Princes Street hopes to inspire you during your stay with thoughtfully designed rooms, created to encapsulate the inspiration of the city. Our stylish bedrooms are fully air conditioned with 40” LCDTV, invigorating rainfall shower, luxurious toiletries and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout. Many of the rooms having perfectly framed views of Edinburgh Castle which has dominated the skyline since the 12th Century. We also feature our multi award winning restaurant Twenty Princes Street and cocktail lounge Juniper. Perfect for experiencing Scotland’s finest meat, seafood and hand crafted bespoke cocktails, wines and coffees.
The Old Waverley Hotel offers modern accommodation in Edinburgh and is a short stroll from Edinburgh Bus Station. This elegant hotel is set in the heart of the city. This chic hotel offers 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception. Also on offer on-site are porters, luggage storage and a safe. Rooms at Edinburgh Old Waverley Hotel are comfortable and provide cable/satellite channels. After settling in to their room, guests can discover the local area with use of Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station, which is within a five-minute walk of the hotel. In-house dining options include Cranston's, which provides an ideal spot to enjoy a meal. Each evening, guests are invited to relax in the comfortable lounge bar. Guests are also able to try one of the many bars and restaurants in the vicinity. Hotel Old Waverley is conveniently located for sightseeing in Edinburgh, with Princes Street on the property's doorstep. It is also within walking distance of University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle and the National Museum of Scotland.