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EH1 3EP, Edinburgh, 8 York Place
In the heart of Edinburgh city centre, the historical Ballantrae is an elegant Georgian hotel. The shops of Princes Street and George Street are just a few minutes’ walk away. Each room has a TV... read more
£ 47.00View Rates
EH1 1TH, Edinburgh, The Royal Mile
On the historic Royal Mile, Radisson Blu Hotel Edinburgh is a modern hotel which features a spa / fitness centre, stylish bar and luxury bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. Waverley train station is just a 5-minute... read more
£ 125.10View Rates
EH1 1DH, Edinburgh, 43 Jeffrey Street
In the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town, right beside the Royal Mile and less than a 5-minute walk from Waverly Train Station, Jurys Inn Edinburgh has a 24-hour reception. The bedrooms feature Dream beds with... read more
EH15 2NP, Edinburgh, 100 Milton Road East
Best Western Kings Manor in Edinburgh offers free WiFi, a 20-metre swimming pool and a gym. Portobello Beach is just 10 minutes’ walk from the building. The railway station is 5 minutes' walk from the... read more
£ 33.30View Rates
EH3 8DN, Edinburgh, 1 Morrison Link
In Edinburgh city centre, less than 500 metres from Haymarket Rail Station, the Leonardo Royal Hotel Edinburgh offers great value, with modern family-friendly en suite rooms and a restaurant-bar. Spacious, stylish rooms at the Leonardo... read more
£ 67.20View Rates
EH2 2PB, Edinburgh, 19-21 George St
Boasting an enviable location in the Edinburgh city centre, the historic and chic The Principal Edinburgh George Street, formerly The George Hotel, is close to Edinburgh Castle, Princes Street Gardens and Holyrood Palace. It has... read more
£ 118.15View Rates
EH12 6HN, Edinburgh, 18 Corstorphine Rd
Situated by Murrayfield Stadium, home of the Scottish Rugby Union, Murrayfield Hotel offers guest accommodation with free Wi-Fi, free parking, a pub, and a restaurant. Rooms at the Murrayfield Hotel feature an en suite bathroom,... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
EH1 3BJ, Edinburgh, 15 Calton Hill
This beautifully restored 3-star hotel is in Edinburgh city centre, just 300 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station and Princes Street. Rooms each have a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. The Parliament House Hotel has... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
EH1 3QY, Edinburgh, 39-47 Albany Street
Newly refurbished, The Albany Ballantrae Hotel is located in the heart of Edinburgh, just a 10-minute walk from Princes Street. This 4-star hotel has free Wi-Fi and stylish rooms with private bathrooms. The Albany Ballantrae... read more
£ 49.00View Rates
EH2 2EQ, Edinburgh, 1 Princes Street
Located on Princes Street, The Balmoral has a Michelin-starred restaurant, a pool and a gym. Waverley Station and Edinburgh's main shopping area are within 5 minutes' walk. First opened in 1902, The Balmoral now offers... read more
£ 176.00View Rates
EH2 4HQ, Edinburgh, 38 Charlotte Square
Kimpton Charlotte Square Hotel is situated in Edinburgh, just metres from Princes Street and George Street. The rooms offer a flat-screen Smart TV, 300 thread count bed linen, a complimentary treat box and a fridge... read more
£ 93.50View Rates
EH6 7BZ, Edinburgh, One Tower Place
This boutique hotel sits on the banks of the Forth in Leith, and boasts a state-of-the art gym, free parking and a stylish bar. Edinburgh city centre is just 10 minutes’ drive away. Each chic,... read more
EH1 1TR, Edinburgh, 20 North Bridge
Overlooking Edinburgh Castle and Waverley Station, the 4-star Scotsman Hotel was originally built in 1905. This majestic, listed building was once The Scotsman newspaper. Each unique room and suite at the Scotsman Hotel boasts individual... read more
£ 135.00View Rates
EH1 2JR, Edinburgh, 94-96 Grassmarket
Boasting stylish rooms with plasma-screen TVs and wall-sized magnetic maps, this refurbished hotel is 800 metres from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station and 300 metres from the Royal Mile. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
EH16 5AY, Edinburgh, 18 Holyrood Park Road
Located in landscaped grounds adjoining Holyrood Park and within easy walking distance of Edinburgh’s Old Town and the city’s major attractions,Salisbury Green Hotel and Bistro offers 108 superbly appointed rooms, 36 in its 18th Century... read more
EH1 1EZ, Edinburgh, 11 Bristo Place
In Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, this Hotel Du Vin has uniquely styled bedrooms in a former city asylum. At the hotel’s heart is a French Bistro, serving produce from the Lothian region. A Plasma TV,... read more
£ 89.00View Rates
EH1 3HU, Edinburgh, 36 York Place
Set across 3 Georgian townhouses, The Place offers 4-star accommodation and a restaurant and bar, in the heart of Edinburgh's city centre. A flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi are provided in each stylish room. The... read more
£ 60.30View Rates
EH1 3JD, Edinburgh, 51-59 York Place
In Edinburgh’s vibrant city centre, 200 metres from the Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, Hotel Indigo Edinburgh offers stylish rooms with work areas. Featuring a fitness centre and free WiFi, the hotel is a 5-minute walk from... read more
£ 71.00View Rates
EH12 5DR, Edinburgh, 7 Clifton Terrace
A 15-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle and the shops of popular Princes Street, Haymarket Hub Hotel is directly across the road from Haymarket Rail Station. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the building. All rooms are... read more
£ 44.00View Rates
EH2 4RG, Edinburgh, 25-33 Shandwick Place
Just a few metres from Prince’s Street, this Cityroomz property has a central Edinburgh location right in the heart of the historic city. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building. An extensive continental breakfast featuring... read more
£ 49.50View Rates
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This fabulous city is home to a number of historic and cultural attractions, such as ghost tours, Greyfriars Bobby and The National Museum of Scotland. Head to the old town pubs for traditional folk music or listen to a kilt-wearing busker on Waverley Bridge.
Major sights of the city include the Botanical Gardens, Royal Mile, Princes Street and Holyrood Palace. Above all is stunning Edinburgh Castle.
The city has a great range of budget friendly accommodations. There are cheap hostels, cosy bed and breakfasts set in lovely victorian town houses, serviced apartments to rent, and numerous great value and boutique hotels. Some have a swimming pool, family rooms, or take dogs (pets).
Why Visit Edinburgh – City Centre ?
Arguably the most majestic city in the whole of the UK, Scotland’s capital boasts a blend of splendid architecture, thrilling history, top attractions and genteel charm. Walk the famous Royal Mile in the Old Town, the epicentre of the city that begins at the Palace of Holyroodhouse and ends at Edinburgh Castle.
Edinburgh counts approximately 483,000 residents and is considered an ideal holiday destination by millions of tourists worldwide. This city has gradually made a name for itself due to its buoyant economy based mostly on banking and insurance, but also due to its progress in engineering, medicine, Scots law and science.
Nonetheless, visitors are usually focused on less practical aspects and tend to fall in love at first sight with Edinburgh’s famous historical buildings, such as Holyrood Palace, the Canongate Kirk, Greyfriars Kirk or St. Giles’ Cathedral. You should also know that Edinburgh’s New Town and Old Town are listed together as a breath-taking UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Those who are looking forward to benefitting from an interactive history lesson can start by contemplating these marvellous historical sites. From the beautifully elegant Georgian New Town to the history-packed medieval tenements found in Old Town, Edinburgh is considered to be one of the most compelling and beautiful cities on Earth.
The city centre is easy to navigate by bus or tram but the best way to get to know Edinburgh is on foot. There are mysterious courtyards, picturesque views, secret gardens and amazing architectural feats. The city is becoming very cosmopolitan with five Michelin-starred restaurants, vibrant nightlife, growing cafe culture, a burgeoning arts scene and budget friendly places to stay or four and five-star luxury accommodations.
Besides to visiting the Palace of Holyroodhouse and Edinburgh Castle you can also visit the cafe where JK Rowling created Harry Potter along the way, as well as take a visit to the Writer’s Museum or a ghost walk down Mary Kings Close. Alternatively take a wander down the city’s second most important thoroughfare, Princes Street on the southern edge of the New Town, where Edinburgh’s best shops and restaurants are located.
Don’t be fooled by the name of the New Town, this part of the city was built in the Georgian era and is characterised by lavish architecture. After you’ve enjoyed the city centre take a walk up to Arthur’s Seat in its elevated position in Holyrood Park, where you can enjoy stunning views back across Edinburg.
Head to the Royal Botanic Gardens for a walk around its beautiful glasshouses and lush gardens. As a major tourist destination, Edinburgh is no stranger to holiday accommodation and offers travellers a wide choice of cheap hotels, luxury hotels and b&bs, many of which can be found in the principle areas of the New Town and Old Town, within easy walking distance of the remainder of the city.
Accommodation can book up early during the month of August when the Edinburgh Fringe festival take place.
Choosing the Perfect Accommodation
There are multiple accommodation options in the city centre that are within walking distance to the best sites. If you are interested in visiting the Scott Monument, The Royal Scottish Academy, Scottish National Gallery and Edinburgh Dungeon, there are a dozen luxury hotels within half of a kilometre.
In the city centre, there are also many luxury spa hotels that deliver the entire package of relaxation and pampering. If you are interested in a more relaxing, quaint, countryside luxury vacation, there are many boutique hotels and bed and breakfast locations that offer some of the best food and service around.
A b&b can be an excellent choice as it allows you to live like a local for a short time and they sometimes have deals on rooms. When it comes to spending a wonderful vacation in Edinburgh, Scotland, it is extremely important to find the most suitable accommodation options within your price range.
Assuming that price is one of your most important selection criteria, you should keep in mind that there are many cheap hotels in this city that could easily address all your needs and demands without overbalancing your budget. Several hotels offer you spacious family rooms with TV, free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning and refrigerator.
More than a few decently-priced hotels with indoor swimming pools located in this area provide countless amazing entertainment options for all your family members and enable you to spend a much time as you want in good company, enjoying the sun and the water. In case you’re mostly interested in panoramic views, great service and the superior level of comfort ensured by a 19th century hotel, you could always book a room at the Best Western Braid Hills Hotel, which also offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and hearty breakfasts.
Guests who wish to remain in the heart of Edinburgh may enjoy their stay at the Motel One Edinburgh-Royal that is located within walking distance of the train station and a half-mile away from the Edinburgh Castle. These are only a few options that you may want to factor in. At this point, you will probably think about relocating to Scotland.
Go to the well-known Murrayfield stadium to see a rugby match or choose to play golf at one of the 14 awesome clubs located in this cosmopolitan city. No matter how you choose to spend your holiday in Edinburgh, it is imperative to save money by finding the best cheap hotels. We simplify your mission and help you compare deals to make an informed decision.
Located on the Royal Mile in the historic section of the city is the detailed Thistle Chapel, which is still being used by the 16 Knights of the Most Noble Order of the Thistle. Further up the road, you will find the Royal Mile Lawnmarket and Edinburgh Castle in which you can take a guided tour to learn more about the history.
It is one of Edinburgh’s busiest attractions. Continue to the National Museum of Scotland and lose yourself in the Grand Gallery followed by the Scottish Galleries.
If shopping is on your mind, head to the Grassmarket at Candlemaker Row where they sell vintage clothes, cashmere and fossils. About a 15-minute walk along Castle Terrace and you will reach Immaculate Charlotte Square in New Town. Take a tour of the National Trust’s Georgian House then continue to Stockbridge to view the architectural glories along India Street and Moray Place.
Also in Stockbridge, you will find numerous galleries, shops and petty streets. Stockbridge is a gentrifying neighbourhood that has been kick-started by the creative class.