Edinburgh Hotels

Edinburgh Hotels

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Getting to, from and around Edinburgh

Many hotels offer parking facilities, and if they don't there are a number of overnight car parks that can be used, so if driving to Edinburgh is relatively straight forward.

Of course, train is often the best way to get into the city with Edinburgh Waverley and Edinburgh Haymarket train stations offering connections to much of the UK. Many city centre hotels are also close to the train stations so if you're arriving early, it's easy to drop your bags with reception before heading out to explore the city.

Edinburgh really is a city to explore by foot, however, the bus and tram services are easy to use and affordable if buying a travel card. If you're arriving into Edinburgh by air, the tram is the best and easier way to get from Edinburgh airport into the city.

Things to do in Edinburgh

Some visit Edinburgh for it's culture, some for it's history, others for it's shopping or nightlife. There are plenty of things to do in Edinburgh, whether you're on a romanic break or a hen weekend.

Edinburgh Castle

No trip to Edinburgh should be without a visit to Edinburgh Castle. Set atop Castle Rock, the impressive castle is a vital part of Edinburgh's history and is a great family friendly day out.

Mary King's Close

A hidden part of Edinburgh's history are the streets below Edinburgh, built in the 17th Century. Once a bustling part of the city, these underground streets offer an exciting activity in the city.

Arthur's Seat

For those who like a bit more activity, on a dry day, the walk up to Arthur's Seat is well worth the effort, with stunning views across Edinburgh and out to sea.

Where to stay in Edinburgh

In the heart of Edinburgh you've got a range of different hotels available. If you want to be close to Edinburgh Castle, try staying at the Apex City of Edinburgh Hotel. If you're in town for the shopping the Cityroomz Hotel offers a great low cost stay on Shandwick Place and walking distance to Edinburgh Waverley train station.

If you're in Edinburgh to watch a game at Murrayfield, while there is the Murrayfield Hotel close by, you may find it better to stay closer into the city centre and travel in to the stadium.

Head out of the city and you'll find some great country hotels, offering golf courses and spas, perfect for a romantic break within driving distance of Edinburgh city centre.

Private Apartments

If you fancy a little extra space or want to feel a little more like a local, swapping the hotel for the apartment can be a great option. Having your own kitchen allows you the freedom to save money by cooking in, even if it's just making your own breakfast instead of eating out. These apartments can also be a great fall-back option if you're looking at last minute hotels in Edinburgh but struggling to find availability.

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