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Met a friend here for tea and cake having been recommended by another friend. The Grand Cafe really does create a sense of a Parisien cafe and the service was very good. The cakes were really delicious and very good value too - cake and...More
arrived on the. Monday 12th November td we had been Given an upgrade from Publisher to a Feature room. But reception had not check we had been given a bottle of prosseco and the Publisher room comes with a nesspreso machine just called reception and...More
Visited for 2 nights and had booked an executive double room, upon check in was told i had been upgraded, very nice i thought. Made my way to the 8th floor room 803, this had a sitting area the a sort of spiral stair case...More
Overall, we liked our stay here and would probably come back. Staff were lovely, the building has great character and the elevator down to Market St. is quite handy. Restaurant meal was quite delicious in a beautiful setting.
A few bobbles: we were on the...More
Clean rooms, a very good service, friendly stafr menbers, perfect location in het middle of the center of Edinburgh, excellent breakfast. The restaurant was closed but there are a lot of restaurants in the neighborhood.More
Thank Arij D
Response from 64manager, General Manager at The Scotsman HotelResponded 2 days ago
Dear Arij D,
Thank you for your review of the Scotsman hotel. I am very pleased to see that you have enjoyed your stay with us. We now have our beautifully refurbished Grand cafe open and I very much hope we will be able to...More
Set in a desirable location on North Bridge, The 4 star Scotsman Hotel is nestled between the hustle and bustle of the New Town and the historical Old Town, the hotel is perfectly located to explore Edinburgh. …MoreJust off the famous Royal Mile, Waverley Train Station and Princess Street are within 2 minutes’ walk from the hotel. Tourist attractions, entertainment venues, restaurants, bars and shopping are all conveniently near-by, making The Scotsman Hotel the ideal base to explore the our great city. Many of the original features and layout remain intact from the former national newspaper of Scotland printing house, bringing historical character to this luxury boutique hotel. The Marble staircase, now the centre of the hotel, retains its imposing stained glass window and glows magnificently by candle light each evening. Within the heart of the historic and iconic building is our comfortable bar and lounge area which serves a wide variety of drinks to suit all tastes, a luxurious afternoon tea and a great range of bar snacks. A high quality Scottish breakfast with superb service is served daily in our dedicated breakfast restaurant. With discounted parking at local secure car park, complimentary Wi-Fi and all the little extras you would expect from a 4 star boutique hotel, we look forward to welcoming you soon to The Scotsman Hotel. Less
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US$139 - US$439 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Also Known As
The Scotsman Hotel Edinburgh, Scotland
Scotsman Hotel Edinburgh
United Kingdom > Scotland > Edinburgh > Old Town
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Few Edinburghers live in the Old Town, but its labyrinth of dank alleys and steep streets suggests this was not always the case. Today, it’s mostly visitors, tartan-flavoured souvenir shops, and pipers that you’ll find on its cobbled streets. This is the place to get a feel for Auld Reekie (Old Smelly), as the town was once nicknamed, and stroll the Royal Mile, the thoroughfare that links the castle with the
royal palace – two of Edinburgh’s great set-piece attractions. But there’s lots more exploring to do here down dozens of little alleys, or wynds, while at night the city’s busiest clubs erupt along the Cowgate which is closed to traffic for this purpose.
My room description said it had an electric kettle. For life of me I couldn't find it but I was ok with that. I was more concerned trying to get a fan in the room. I stayed there in July during the heat wave and the hotel... More
My room description said it had an electric kettle. For life of me I couldn't find it but I was ok with that. I was more concerned trying to get a fan in the room. I stayed there in July during the heat wave and the hotel rooms are not air conditioned. Being on the 6th floor, it got awfully stuffy and hot so hot tea or coffee was last thing my mind.
Don’t know but when we were there it didn’t affect us as it was the second floor that was being refurbished and we were on the 4th. Suggest you call the hotel and ask as I am sure they will have other rooms on other floors... More
Don’t know but when we were there it didn’t affect us as it was the second floor that was being refurbished and we were on the 4th. Suggest you call the hotel and ask as I am sure they will have other rooms on other floors available.