156 High Street, 2/2 Burnets Close, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
48.1km from Dunbar Station
"Burnets Apartments offer stylish properties at two different points along Edinburgh’s High Street, within the historic Royal Mile. A 5-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle, these beautiful apartments offer views over the old town.
Each spacious apartment at Burnets has airy rooms with lots of light, wooden floors and stylish fittings. A large living room has sofas, a flat-screen TV and a dining area. The open-plan room also has a kitchen with a toaster, microwave, oven, a fridge and a washing machine. Free WiFi is included.
A range of shops, cafés and traditional Scottish pubs can be found along the Royal Mile, which is also home to museums, many Edinburgh Festival venues and also acts as the starting point of several walking tours.
Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station and Princes Street’s shops can be reached in less than 10 minutes by foot. The airport bus leaves from Waverley and connects you to Edinburgh International in just 30 minutes."
"The check-in was very comfortable and the service was very good. The suitcase code of the day was forgotten. The younger brother at the front desk patiently ran two times and tried to help us open! The hotel is very beautiful and has an English manor! But to get used to the inconvenience caused by old-fashioned objects, the faucet of the washstand is separated from cold water and hot water, which is a little inconvenient. Free bed for us, breakfast is more traditional English, but very nutritious! Afternoon tea can also be experienced!" "The hotel was converted from a private villa of the old duke hundreds of years ago. The room is small, there is no way to an extra bed, but the environment is very good. The large lawn at the entrance of the hotel is a golf course. The hotel also has a lot of peacocks flying around, and there is a yellow, black and two cows in the cattle farm. Children are more happy to play inside. A lot of people also came to have afternoon tea, and I also booked a private room where the Queen was said to have had afternoon tea. In short, staying here is quite leisurely, and taxis to Edinburgh city centre are less than 10 minutes away." "The best hotel I have ever stayed at, the price is absolutely good, the breakfast is delicious, including the Scottish cuisine haggis, the daily chocolate biscuits (free) in the room, the normal hotel, put two bottles of water is good, the water of the glass bottle 4 The bottle is small, and the 2 bottles are full of sincerity. There are 3 peacocks in the hotel yard that can be fed, which is very flattering. The waiters are dressed in Scottish dresses, very polite and courteous."
"The hotel rooms are very nice, the retro feel and the design is very good. It is recommended to come to Edinburgh, you can try it. The service is also very good, the front desk staff are very warm and there is a grandfather wearing a Scottish skirt. Very enthusiastic and also voluntarily said that you can take a photo and take the initiative to take the box. It was raining when we stayed, and we went to the front desk and borrowed an umbrella~ Book in Ctrip in advance, just say your last name. Quick search~ When I booked, I just started to watch more than 1,000. The second time I saw it was more than 600, and the price rose very scary. The restaurant is also very nice, but there is nothing to eat in order to catch the trip. So if you have time, try it, but put apples and lemonade at the door~" "Just on the edge of the castle, the location is very good. But the room for me is not facing the street, the advantage is quiet, but at the same time I can't see the scenery outside the window. The decoration style girlfriend likes it very much. The hotel has a history of more than 100 years, the floor is very good, there is parking place, but it is quite expensive for £25 a night. There is also a gym and swimming pool." "The hotel is very close to the train station and it takes about 15 minutes to walk. The room is spacious enough, well equipped and comfortable. The old castle is out of the window and the scenery is charming. There are supermarkets around the hotel and the hotel has many options. The only regret: for one day, Ctrip's offer is more expensive than the front desk."
"A total of two rooms and four rooms were booked, and the overall performance in all aspects was very good. The layout of the rooms is reasonable, even the smallest classic room does not feel cramped. In particular, the bathroom has a separate dressing table and a large mirror, which is well received. The location is very good, Edinburgh's main attractions are within 15 minutes of walking (of course, Edinburgh attractions are already very concentrated). The public space is beautiful and elegant, and the service is warm and in place. The only minor problem was that when I checked out on the first trip, I was given a £103.5 bill, a £3.5 mini bar and a £100 reservation for the restaurant (we didn’t open the mini at all, nor booked it. Restaurant), after arguing for some reason, the front desk said that it might be wrong. Although the bill was cancelled, it was inevitable that it was unpleasant and destroyed the perfect experience of the whole stay." "Superior location. The hotel has good facilities. In front of the gate is the river. It's safe, too. I do a lot of running in the morning. Next to it is a new shopping mall. Later, I found that there are many noodles to eat. You can also see the scenery outside. Very good." "Great, highly recommended. Although the hotel is old, it is definitely a landmark building and location. The service is very hearty and there are surprises on the wedding anniversary. The Michelin star restaurant in the hotel is the best of the four stars in Edinburgh."
82 High Street, Royal Mile, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
13.6km from Edinburgh Airport
320m from Edinburgh Waverley Station
"Situated on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh city centre, The Inn on the Mile offers an alternative luxury hotel experience of staying in one of Edinburgh's most prestigious historic landmarks. Princes Street and Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station are 400 metres away.
Included in all bedrooms are a large flat-screen TV, work desk with free Wi-Fi and an iPod dock with ceiling in-built speakers. Guests can enjoy full tea and coffee making facilities, which come with Scottish delicacies. All bedrooms come with GHD hair straighteners as standard.
The bar looks out over the Royal Mile and has free Wi-Fi, wood panelling and an outdoor seating area. A full Scottish breakfast is available each morning and pub food is served daily. Limited room service is also available.
It is a 5-minute walk from The Inn on the Mile to Edinburgh Castle, which overlooks the picturesque Princes Street Gardens. Waverley Train Station is only 2 minutes’ walk away and Edinburgh Airport can be accessed via the Airlink bus service which runs every 10 minutes from the airport to the city centre."
"With a stay at this apartment in Edinburgh (Old Town), you'll be minutes from Royal Lyceum Theatre and Usher Hall. This apartment is close to Edinburgh Castle and Grassmarket.
This smoke-free apartment offers complimentary parking nearby.
Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchen with a refrigerator and an oven. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include a microwave and an electric kettle."
"With a stay at Destiny Scotland Royal Mile Residence in Edinburgh (Old Town), you'll be steps from Royal Mile and 3 minutes by foot from Our Dynamic Earth. This 4-star apartment is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Palace of Holyroodhouse and 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Scottish Parliament.
This smoke-free apartment offers offsite parking.
Featured amenities include luggage storage and an elevator (lift).
Make yourself at home in one of the 12 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and ovens. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and 32-inch Smart televisions are provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include electric kettles and irons/ironing boards."
"The hotel is newly renovated and the facilities are relatively new. Good location, easy to walk to city. The bedding was comfortable, but the double bed was a bit small. The little brother at the door greeted him in a Scottish skirt with special enthusiasm. I almost forgot something when I checked out today. Fortunately, they reminded me to help me find the bag, but I didn't lose it. Breakfast is just a regular English breakfast, nothing special." "The bathroom is especially special! The location is very good, it is very convenient to go anywhere, the breakfast is generally the same, but the food is still no problem. The type of breakfast is as big as the counter in the picture, you can also add some food. Parking at the door, the cost is unknown" "The hotel is very good, the location is great, the building itself is very old and the breakfast is great"
"Spacious 2 Bed Apartment on Royal Mile offers accommodation in Edinburgh, 500 metres from Edinburgh Festival Theatre and 700 metres from Omni Centre. This apartment is an 8-minute walk from Edinburgh Military Tattoo and a 9-minute walk from Royal Mile.
The apartment features 2 bedrooms, a TV and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with an oven.
Edinburgh Playhouse is a 9-minute walk from the apartment, while University of Edinburgh is 800 metres from the property. Edinburgh Airport is 11 km away."
"Absolutely beautiful hotel, perfect room, spacious, modern & great design. Nice view of castle and Edinburgh. We used the One Spa also which was absolutely incredible!! Beautiful, clean stunning spa. Every area of the spa was first class. Breakfast was outstanding 👌🏻 we also ate tea my meal was lovely! I had the chicken with mushrooms and hollandaise sauce 10 out of 10! Overall would highly recommend and can’t wait to go back 😍" "Because of the children, there is a pool and Sheraton. In fact, the pool is open from 3 to 5 pm. As a tourist, this is definitely still outside, so there is no time to go swimming. Always set up an apartment with a cheap price and a kitchen. The room is really not worth it. It is not recommended. Still better than the Scottish fate near the train station" "Good, it’s better to let go of children’s swimming."
The Edinburgh Grand 📍42 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh EH2 2AD This time I went to Edinburgh to live in the Edinburgh Hotel, which is 5 minutes walk from the train station. It is really a very good hotel. It is convenient to travel and convenient to travel. It is easy to go to the old city of New Town. The hotel facilities are quite comprehensive. It is said that their steakhouses are also very famous. The design of the ring floor is very good. Then our room can cook and have a terrace. If there is no decoration on the opposite side, the view is still very good!
A total of two rooms and four rooms were booked, and the overall performance in all aspects was very good. The layout of the rooms is reasonable, even the smallest classic room does not feel cramped. In particular, the bathroom has a separate dressing table and a large mirror, which is well received. The location is very good, Edinburgh's main attractions are within 15 minutes of walking (of course, Edinburgh attractions are already very concentrated). The public space is beautiful and elegant, and the service is warm and in place. The only minor problem was that when I checked out on the first trip, I was given a £103.5 bill, a £3.5 mini bar and a £100 reservation for the restaurant (we didn’t open the mini at all, nor booked it. Restaurant), after arguing for some reason, the front desk said that it might be wrong. Although the bill was cancelled, it was inevitable that it was unpleasant and destroyed the perfect experience of the whole stay.
Invincible location, the most lively Royal Mile, is a pedestrian street, full of buskers, acrobatics of the magic of singing the piano, the audience is surrounded by a circle of interaction, the atmosphere is very good. A little bit to the right is Edinburgh Castle. The car has a high level to the front desk, but the suitcase can be lifted. Then ask the front desk, he will give a map, there is a parking lot ten minutes walk, 22 pounds a day. Downstairs is free from 18:30 to 8:30 the next day. The room was clean and there was a kitchen washing machine. The only thing that is not good is that the pedestrian steps outside the window of the room require curtains to be pulled. We live in the capital house, and on the third day we change to a family room and a single apartment, which are located on the second and fifth floors. It may be better to have more than one layer of privacy. The first two are pictures of the family room, and the last two are the capital houses.
The hotel is newly renovated and the facilities are relatively new. Good location, easy to walk to city. The bedding was comfortable, but the double bed was a bit small. The little brother at the door greeted him in a Scottish skirt with special enthusiasm. I almost forgot something when I checked out today. Fortunately, they reminded me to help me find the bag, but I didn't lose it. Breakfast is just a regular English breakfast, nothing special.
The hotel rooms are very nice, the retro feel and the design is very good. It is recommended to come to Edinburgh, you can try it. The service is also very good, the front desk staff are very warm and there is a grandfather wearing a Scottish skirt. Very enthusiastic and also voluntarily said that you can take a photo and take the initiative to take the box. It was raining when we stayed, and we went to the front desk and borrowed an umbrella~ Book in Ctrip in advance, just say your last name. Quick search~ When I booked, I just started to watch more than 1,000. The second time I saw it was more than 600, and the price rose very scary. The restaurant is also very nice, but there is nothing to eat in order to catch the trip. So if you have time, try it, but put apples and lemonade at the door~
Location on the edge of the city, not far from the attractions. The environment is superb and the garden trees are beautiful. There are several buildings in the hotel, some of them are old without elevators, and I have elevators. Kettles, tea sets, coffee powder and pots are all available in the room. There is only one bottle of shampoo and bath water in the bathroom, and other supplies such as toothbrushes and slippers are not available.
The other flaw was that it seemed newly renovated and smelled. I slept with the window open.
I booked a taxi at 6:30 in the morning with the front desk. After waiting 10 minutes, I didn't find a reservation ...
Value for money is still very high!
The room is big, the facilities are good, and the location is good. You can book on Ctrip with confidence. Even if the price was reduced at the back of the hotel, after communicating with the customer service and coordinating, Ctrip also made up the difference.
The transportation is very convenient and the room is clean after disinfection. There are plenty of places to eat nearby, and it is more convenient to go to the bus station all the way to flat ground. The hotel is large and the corridor is very long and it takes a long time to walk
The room is very small, in the most central place
The United Kingdom 🇬🇧 is an inch of land and a lot of money, we have to get used to this, it is more expensive than usual on Fridays, Saturdays and weeks
The front desk is very good, said that he has been to China, and has always been very enthusiastic in communication
The Hilton brand is going downhill, and has lived in countless Hiltons from home and abroad. Every time you come to the United Kingdom, there is always a city that will arrange to stay in Hilton. Each time it ends in disappointment.
1, location, directly opposite the Scotsman Hotel, the spiral staircase next to the Scotsman Hotel can lead to the train station. If there is a large luggage, it is recommended to go out at Plantform Exit 1, there are lifts and escalators, and exit to the right Walk and turn right again for two hundred meters.
A 10-minute walk from Royal mile, Edinburgh Castle, and Whisky Experience Center, these three are together!
About 12 minutes walk from Calton Hill, which is different from the three attractions above
2. The housekeeping was just rubbish. On the first day of arrival, there was no mineral water in our two rooms, and the two rooms were not the same size. The one we lived in was very small. Shower gels and shampoos have obviously been used, but they have not been replaced! !! !!
3. The hotel design has serious problems. Please arrange a room for -3. We must first take the stairs to the second floor, then cross the other two third-level stairs, and then take the elevator down to -3. Rao's head is dizzy and the box Not easy to mention ~
In the middle of the night, I went to the hotel and the surrounding environmental sanitation was fine. The front desk and the hotel are separated by a street, so it is not very convenient, and the space is crowded! The bathroom is very large, the room is small, and it is the basement.
Hotel location is okay to walk one mile to the royal prince title Edinburgh Castle Holyrood Palace August art festival in Edinburgh in August is very lively full of people sprinkle shop breakfast good buffet bathroom shower sprinkler water a bit small bed comfortable sleep, Hotel check-in service is good
Stayed here for 5 nights while in Edinburgh and would absolutely stay again. Hostel is clean, perfectly located in the heart of Old Town and the pod beds are comfortable. There can be some street noise but I didn't find it obtrusive or too crazy late into the evening or early morning. Staff is friendly and helpful. On-site laundry too and easy to use/pay. One dryer was not working while I was there and with no outdoor hanging available, that made laundry a bit more challenging when it was busy. Hopefully they get that fixed soon. Breakfast is an additional 5 GBP which for the area could be a good value. But I personally didn't opt-in. Kitchen can get really crowded if you're cooking there and fridge space is always jammed so just be aware if you do plan to cook on-site. Bathrooms are pretty clean (see note below) but showers are spacious and have great water pressure. Wifi is strong and consistent. The common space did feel small and not super inviting but that's because of the building set-up. Can also get really loud down there. I didn't go into the Court part of the property because I didn't take part in the tasting. Staff can bring you downstairs if they have time but would be cool to make that more open and able for people to work or hang out. Only have two real pieces of feedback: - Women's bathroom on the third floor should be cleaned a bit more during the day. Garbage was overflowing in stalls with sanitary napkins and toilet paper regularly ran out. - If you have a bottom bunk, the locker is immediately under the bed and can be really awkward to get things in/out. Personally it would be nice to have those upright and along the wall to get more use out of it. Would definitely recommend this place and stay again.
The location of the hotel is very good. It is on the busiest Princes Street. Looking out the window is the landmark of Edinburgh: Scott Monument. The rooms are not large, but the breakfast restaurant is very beautiful. Although there are not many varieties, the taste is very good. Especially the breakfast restaurant is a large floor-to-ceiling glass window. When sunrise comes out, the morning glow is large. Looking out through the large glass is really beautiful. Recommend Recommend!
The service is very good, as the hotel apartment Lei said, fully equipped and carefully arranged. The room is very spacious, and it is delicious. When you first arrive, it takes time for the supermarket to deliver the goods, and the hotel front desk also delivers them to the room.