Hotels Near The Scotsman In Edinburgh
0.25km from The ScotsmanStayed here on two or three separate occasions during October. Got locked out my room for over three hours due to the card not working. Nor did the master card work. Not sure if this was Receptionist error or not, but another Receptionist came along over three hours later with a card that worked ... I was otherwise told it would be a 2-hr wait for a joiner, then a 4 hour wait till after midnight, and then he would be there in the morning. I was given a different room across the corridor that backed on to a load of terribly noisy pipework, and walls like paper - you could hear everything through the walls. I requested my original room back afterwards, however I must say, the bathrooms in both rooms were dirty. Brown ring round the entire bath, and sinks both with dirty rings round the sink holes.When I mentioned the dirt to one receptionist (manager I think), she dismissed me. She replied, 'Oh, it'll just be the mastic needing refreshed. Do you want the room deep-cleaned?' I replied 'Yes please'. Next day I returned to my room. Some deep clean that was?? It had been hoovered and a quick wipe over the bathroom. Toothpaste from prior guests still splashed on the bathroom wall and an extractor fan switch still full of dirty hand prints. The Travelodge Learmonth, Edinburgh is good for one or at the most, two nights, but not for any longer. The standards just aren't there, and I refer to not one room but two ...
0.47km from The ScotsmanA stay at Dean Village Studio, Free Parking places you in the heart of Edinburgh, within a 10-minute walk of Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and Princes Street. This apartment is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from George Street and 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Usher Hall.
0.53km from The ScotsmanThe surrounding environment is beautiful, there is a small stream next to it, the room can hear the sound of turbulent water, great! Not far from the train station, walking across the city to the feeling of the city, all the way. See the beautiful buildings of the rich area. The reception service is good and the registration card is printed free of charge. The lobby is a bar and restaurant, often gathering a bunch of old people to play poker and drinking, like a country club. The rooms are simple and clean, and foreign hotels usually bring their own toiletries. Because it is the summer season and the late season, the price is a bit relatively expensive. Summary is ok!
0.54km from The ScotsmanThis classic Edinburgh townhouse on a small residential crescent has been impeccably converted into five apartment units fitted out with attractive modern furnishings. We spent three very comfortable days in a three-window-wide former reception room with a 16-foot ceiling that was partitioned into a generous living room- dining area and separate bedroom. The apartment was spotless, and the kitchenette was more than adequate for morning coffee and simple meals for two. The hotel is in a quiet neighborhood about a ten-minute walk from the Princes Street shopping district and Edinburgh’s center. The owner, Billy McLellan, is a congenial host.
0.63km from The ScotsmanWe stayed here some time ago, and had no hestitation in booking it again for our visit to Edinburgh. It really is a beautiful place to stay; the rooms are lovely as are the common areas. Everywhere is very clean and well kept. The first time we came here, we had a suite which was huge, with two bathrooms, a full sized dining table, and two TVs! This time we had a 'normal' room, which although, as expected, was smaller, was still a lovely size, with a big bed, a couch, and a small table with chairs. There is a fridge and microwave in the room as well as crockery and cutlery, so you can eat in if you just need to heat your food. You can order meals to eat in your room (breakfast and dinner) which comes from the sister hotel nearby. The bathroom was gorgeous, with a bath and separate shower. The service was absolutely super - friendly and efficient. It's a wee bit of a walk from Princes street, but we enjoyed being slightly out of the city centre. Very grand for a reasonable price.
0.64km from The ScotsmanVery good, the room is large, the facilities are complete, clean and tidy, the service staff is very nice, the breakfast is very rich, it is also very close to Prince Street and the train station, uber four or five pounds.
0.66km from The ScotsmanI like it very much. There is no room. I chose the largest suite. The largest suite still feels like a domestic Hilton. Open the curtains and you can see the church outside ⛪️? The service is very good, although the buffet breakfast has few choices but the quality is relatively high, others have to order separately. Taking pictures is also good.
0.67km from The ScotsmanEverything was so easy with this booking. I booked via booking.com and got sent all the information I needed about key collection. It’s been very quiet around because of covid, but it has meant I’ve been in and out easily. This room has everything I need, a super comfortable bed, a nice little shower/toilet room, an iron, hairdryer, kettle and coffee machine, tv etc. It has felt like a little home away from home for 3 nights. The location is great. Right near everything I needed to be near, and easy walking distance into the main city areas. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time here and would 100% come back again on the future.
0.7km from The ScotsmanVery large one bed and bathroom are big. The hotel is downstairs, but the soundproofing is very good. I can’t hear it. The disadvantage is that it is a little far from the city center.
0.71km from The ScotsmanThis historic Georgian building is on a quiet street in Edinburgh’s New Town, 700 metres from Haymarket Rail Station. It has large en suite rooms and a traditional Scottish-style bar. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.This Thistle Hotel is in Edinburgh's West End, only 800 metres from the shops of Princes Street. Edinburgh Castle and the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) are less than a mile away.With a digital TV, free tea/coffee and ironing facilities, each individually styled room also has an in room safe. Private bathrooms all have towel warmers and toiletries, and some rooms boast views of Edinburgh Castle.The Thistle serves a continental breakfast each morning, and a full cooked breakfast can be ordered as extra.Original Georgian features are present throughout this family-run hotel. The Manor Lounge bar is decorated in a traditional Scottish style and stocks a range of whiskies.
0.72km from The ScotsmanSet in a detached Edwardian house in the Murrayfield area, Carmichael offers bed and breakfast accommodation, free WiFi in public areas and free private parking on site. The property is 2.5 miles from the centre of Edinburgh.All the rooms at Carmichael feature a flat-screen TV, a DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities. Each room has an a private bathroom and free toiletries are provided.A hearty home-cooked Scottish breakfast is served every morning in the dining room overlooking the garden.This guest house is 17 minutes’ by bus from Edinburgh Railway Station. The Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle are just 9 minutes’ drive. The shops at Princes Street are 2 miles away. Murrayfield Rugby Stadium is 20 minutes’ walk.
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0.73km from The ScotsmanAnything else is fine. One night, the fire alarm sounded. I got up and went downstairs at midnight.
Hotels Near The Scotsman In Edinburgh Review
Edinburgh Old Town
The rooms are large and feature Scottish features. One kilometer from the Weavery Railway Station, about 20 minutes walk, the location is better. The air conditioner is not very cool, a little noise. In the Edinburgh Cultural Festival, the student residence near the Royal Mile was over 900 RMB a night, very poor. Later, I changed this house decisively, RMB 1150, excluding early. This price is ok in the peak season.
Edinburgh Old Town
Very friendly staff! The front staff who welcomed us on the day we checked in was extremely friendly and helpful, as was another staff who helped us in the evening to change to another room (the original room had a connecting door to the room next door where some people were having a rather lively party).
At present, breakfast is brought to the room (see picture) and guests can select what they would like to have the day before.
What we didn't enjoy too much while staying was that the hotel itself felt more like an office building and the room, although clean (apart from the cutlery in the kitchen), was not very cozy and quite cold.
We would also like to suggest to allow guests to use the fire stairs as there is only one elevator. We had to wait quite a bit each time we needed to take the elevator (especially during covid times when only one household a time can use it).
There's a rather big construction site next door so people who hope to sleep till late might want to ask for a room thats facing the other side.
Very clean, you can walk to many attractions
When we arrived the staff were polite and check in was good. The room (21) was a massive room and very nice. The staff were all polite. Unfortunately they had a big refurbishment being done, and we didn't know this before we arrived. They were right outside the window next to the bed, and started work (&swearing) about 8am in the morning. We had to keep the curtains closed on that window to stop them looking in. Also one member of staff came into the room one morning without knocking just seconds after my partner had got dressed, so it could have been much worse. He was very apologetic but it shouldn't have happened. We were also told each day that we could get evening meals, but each evening we were told no. We would complain again the next morning, and was assured we would be able to get a meal, only to be told no again by the evening staff. One big problem was the price of the drinks at the bar. The bar was opened to the public on Six Nations day, which was fine, but they increased the price of a pint from £3.95 to £4.50 and we had to pay that increase also, even tho we were staying there. I think that was unacceptable. Overall tho, many thanks to Adam and Maggie for all their help whilst we were there, but we will check reviews for improvements before we consider booking again.
Edinburgh Old Town
Buffet breakfast is 10 pounds per person, ordering 15 pounds per person, the meal is relatively rich, the buffet is also very good, ham and cheese cream with bread, plus cereal milk and orange juice, as well as fresh fruit with local characteristics Yogurt. not bad. The room was quiet and the soundproofing was good. There is a sightseeing bus stop at the doorstep, which is a bit far from the most famous attractions but it is worth the price! The hotel is more expensive. No extra beds, no parking. The hotel lobby manager is super good, and the gentle lady is also quite a Nice! Welcome to the kind of harassment at any time. Any room and travel problems can be asked~
Edinburgh Old Town
The location is very good, it is convenient for trains, airplanes, buses and nights without worrying about going back late or going out at any time. The only thing to pay attention to is to ask for several floors, usually the fourth floor is the first floor of the old town street. It is three floors that are close to the train station, and are ordered four floors or more. Recently, the bridge is under construction. I felt that the room was covered with things like blankets and gray. The decoration style is awesome, and it was changed from the previous Scottish newspaper industry. Like the bar downstairs, a cup of coffee is not too expensive every night, 6-7.5 fat. There is also the indifferent face in the front desk of the store. We are unhappy about changing sheets and checking out one hour late. One is insisting that if you stay for two nights, you will not change sheets. I knocked on the table and said that we want Stayed for three nights, the second is that the small blood stains that are not cleaned are not mine. The third is to change the sheets and the difference is important? The man who was stunned immediately closed his mouth. Check-out is generally 11 o'clock, most people are not mentally prepared at this time.
This hotel is historic and grand, I highly recommend it. Was once the Harbor Master's house for the port of Leith and it truly holds all of the charm of a historic building, but with many cool upgrades! The area is really charming, just off the water and a fairly quick bus ride to all the downtown sites. Every single member of the staff from the restaurant, to housekeeping to the front desk really went out of their way to be kind, helpful and attentive. This was a trip of a lifetime for me and they truly made my visit to Edinburgh all the more. I highly recommend The Malmaison. Thank you so very much for an excellent stay.
Edinburgh Old Town
I have to praise this Youth Hostel, the location is very good, to save time on the road to the attractions, stayed for two nights feels good, clean and safe. Young passengers who come to live in the house are still quite regular. Although young people release their enthusiasm in the downstairs bar, they are more polite and disciplined in the room and public areas. The front desk of the hotel is very beautiful, the room is simple and generous, the bathroom facilities are good, the hot water is very good, the room has a wardrobe, and it can be put into a 24-inch suitcase. I haven't washed my clothes, I don't know if I have this service. The luggage storage room is free to use, and the charge storage room has a code lock to store important items.
Edinburgh Old Town
The hotel is clean, tidy and convenient. We have no breakfast, beautiful scenery, very close to the business district, shopping is very convenient.
The location is so great, it is on Prince Street, so we saved the time to visit Prince Street. And the opposite is the train station, for the friends who travel by train, they have to avoid the twists and turns of pulling a lot of luggage. The room is still small, the faucet design of the bathroom is unreasonable, and every time you wash your hands, it will splash out. Hotel service is not bad. But the service at the breakfast restaurant was a bit worse. In order to sit on the window and enjoy the view of the city, we chose to dine at the hotel, but the foreman of the restaurant was not enthusiastic, the breakfast was not rich, the waiters were few, the reception was slow, I didn’t feel it. it is good.
Edinburgh Old Town
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 ~
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.
Edinburgh Old Town
My friend and myself had a wonderful stay in Edinburgh Nine apartment number one (there were two available) Easy 30 minute access from airport by tram or bus. Very secure access by keypad which included a useful storage for luggage before checking in and after checkout. Five minute walk to Princess street, castle was 10 minute walk. We had a large airy bedroom with a kitchen area and superb bathroom with the best shower I have ever used in a self catering unit. Very comfortable twin beds, milk, sugar, teabags and biscuits provided plus quality toiletries in bathroom and kitchen. I enquired before our stay if there was a non slip shower mat and it was delivered when we arrived. I will definitely be booking again for a future visit with my husband next time. Perfect base for enjoying Edinburgh.
Solid, traditional building on Newtown. Great location for enjoying the Fringe and just far enough from the centre to offer peace and quiet. It is still only minutes from venues on George street and a nice walk to main venues on the other side of town. The room we were in had a large, modern bathroom with a big shower as well as a bath. Bedroom a bit on the small side but clean and acceptable for a few nights. Not sure how it would have been when the weather was warm as there was no a/c. Breakfast was a bit of a let down as eggs seemed to lack any flavour at all when either poached or scrambled, mushrooms were so salty there were almost inedible. Staff all very good as was the service they provided.
The biggest advantage is that the location is good. Just a few minutes walk from the train station, Prince Street is bustling, commercial street, bus supermarket hotel McDonald's KFC is next to the main attractions, the Royal Botanical Garden is a bus or taxi. Breakfast is classic European style, scrambled eggs, grilled mushrooms, fried potato pieces, tomato juice, soy beans, roasted tomatoes, sausage, bacon, these are suitable for Chinese hot dishes, the elderly at home to eat. There are also a few special flavor foods in Scotland. It is more appropriate to have a hotel breakfast with an elderly child. We stayed for two nights in a triple room, three single beds, the first night gave the room a good view, close to the street, and it was relatively clean. The room that I visited back in the highland tour was a bit smelly. I didn't have a towel and a towel. The window was close to the opposite office building. The hotel may be old, the corridor is very narrow, the smell of the carpet is not fresh enough, and the carpet in the room is also. Win at the location.
This hotel is so good, why is the rating so low? The hotel has more than 200 years of history, although there is no elevator, but the equipment in the room is very advanced, the toiletries are all L'Occitane, especially mentioning that the bedside table has a radio that has been placed in the light classic is very soothing, lying down without having to watch TV like this The music is very comfortable. Breakfast bread milk fruit is self-help, other such as bacon sausage eggs can be cooked, especially Amway fried poached eggs super delicious. In the UK, if you go out to eat breakfast or lunch, you will have more than 100 pieces. The price is very high, and the price will be high. I will stay here next time~
Edinburgh Old Town
Very good hotel with kitchen facilities, very complete, pots and pans, including dishwasher, capsule coffee machine, microwave (oven function), large refrigerator, induction cooker, etc. Bathroom cool clothes rack and hot towel rack also Design intimate. The location is also very good. It is on the Royal Mile. It is very close to Windsor Castle and Holyrood Palace. It is a 10-minute walk. It is also 10-minutes to the Edinburgh vavley train station. I will choose this hotel next time.
The hotel is located in the city centre and is very convenient for travel, as there is no parking on the street.
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.
Edinburgh Old Town
The Minute I arrived the staff where extremely friendly and Helpful , the Hostel itself is very clean everywhere. I have stayed in the courtroom which is really nice and spacious. Beds are extremely comfortable , I left my curtains open for better air circulation for a more healthy sleep. I love this pods and there privacy anyway. Staff is working very hard to make this code pod the court a nice Home from Home with a Hostel vibe to top the fun .I would and will recommend the code pod hostel to everyone. Many thanks for making my stay perfect.
It feels good and highly recommended. Just the place is a little bit off, it’s a bit far to walk, it’s more suitable to drive, and you can park for free. In addition, it’s a bit noisy near the road
Edinburgh Airport Area
Check in was quick though we paid £10 extra for an early check in. The room was clean, but it was small and definitely budget. However the bed was comfortable and we had a good nights sleep. The free car park and lift were very useful. There was a bar which wasn’t over priced and we ordered a cooked breakfast for the next morning. The food was very nice though we had to queue for 25 minutes.
The staff were pleasant, friendly and did their best.
I would recommend this hotel if you’re on a budget and want to see Edinburgh. A bus stop is only 10 minutes away that will take you into the city centre for just £1.80 and there’s a tram only 3 minutes away but we didn’t use it.
I had a lovely warm welcome and Sandra could not have been more helpful and accommodating. The house was spotlessly clean, my bed extremely comfortable and my vegetarian breakfast was superb. There are frequent buses into town from just outside the door. This is a great place to stay.
Edinburgh Old Town
Visited twice - once with a group of friends and once solo. The hostel has 2 buildings - one next to Belushi’s bar which is new and one where reception is which is older. There is a water fountain in reception which was appreciated. The staff were excellent at check-in, providing us with a list of activities at the hostel and information about breakfast. There is also a kitchen available for use - which I did not use. The room in the older side of the hostel was worn and small but ok - with triple bunk beds. The new room was great though - although bring earplugs if you want to get a good sleep (this is due to the music in Belushi’s and the trains leaving Waverley station). The beds are bunk beds with 2 levels in the new building. I stayed in a 10 bed dorm but it felt like two rooms due to the room being essentially split into 2. Also the bathroom was en-suite in the older room, whereas there was a shared bathroom in the new rooms. I would stay here again if in Edinburgh.
For the price we were quite disappointed with the room size, although the fringe was on. We paid for a double room for two nights and the bedroom was not of a size that fits a double room, not only did the door hit the bed when you opened it, but one side of the bed was pushed against the wall, meaning in order to use the restroom in the middle of the night one person either had to climb over the other person, get them to move, or bounce down to the bottom of the bed. The breakfast was very good, but be warned that the host cooks it in front of you, which in itself is nice as it is very fresh, but she is in the room with you as you eat as this is just at the kitchen table. We found it a little uncomfortable as we didn’t have any privacy while we were eating and at one point a couple of other patrons came down to have their breakfast and had to be turned away as we were not done. Which put them out and us out. The host was very friendly though, and the place was very clean, with plenty of hot water. The walk into town is about 40-50 minutes, but there is a very good bus service.
The breakfast is very good, the variety is complete, especially the croissants and chocolate bags are very fresh and hot, which is the best we have to eat. The room is also super large according to the American standard. It is not easy in the UK, the quality of the cloth is good and comfortable. I thought that the return trip was also a pity that there was no room available. Suitable for self-driving, parking is free. Not enough from the city center, but there is a bus to the city center. It has little impact on us because this is our transitional stay to Fort William.
Well what an amazing stay we've just had at JustB. Karen and Geoff are the most wonderful people you'll come across and made us feel so welcome - just like a home from home experience, being around family. The room was lovely, really relaxing and the wash products smelt devine. Karen's 'The Scotsman' breakfast alongside the Granola bars and Yoghurt with amazing Honey was just what you needed in a morning and by far the best breakfast me & my partner have ever had! Leaving our little boy for anytime amounts of time for some well deserved RnR is always hard but the way Karen and Geoff were and the atmosphere within the B&B made it the easiest & most relaxing trip we've had. Thank you so much for your hospitality and if we come to Edinburgh again we will definitely be booking direct with yourselves.
The hotel location is very good, very close to Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street, it is a little far away from Royal Mile Street, but can be reached on foot, the town is very suitable for walking.
The hotel implements unmanned management, and you can open the door and the room door yourself according to the password you check in. We are a family of 5 staying with children and living suites. The rooms are large and clean and well-equipped. You can cook your own meals. Tableware and pots are fully equipped (but I do n’t see a microwave). We are accustomed to the British diet. The house even provides equipment such as vacuum cleaners and washing machines, which is in line with our home habits.
The price is slightly higher, but for the case of five of us, it is still a lot more cost-effective than booking two single rooms, especially it is really good to be able to cook by ourselves.
In particular, we need to remind everyone that the hotel will send you an email 7 days and 1 day before the check-in, which will contain the room number and password for the check-in. If you booked on Ctrip, because they may have booked through other channels, the reserved mailbox is not ours, we cannot receive the mail, we must contact Ctrip customer service one day in advance, get this information, and then Can stay. Because the apartment is unmanned, it will be inconvenient to communicate if there is a temporary problem.
The breakfast here is very good.
We really enjoyed our stay here even in the midst of COVID. All the staff we encountered were super friendly and helpful and we felt that everyone took the pandemic seriously without being over the top. We were very happy that our room was upgraded free of charge and can't thank the owners enough for this. We ended up staying in a beautiful suite which was ample in size, beautifully decorated and complete with his and her shower! The food was excellent - especially the venison! and we were happy with the amount of choice we had at breakfast. All in all a very memorable and comfortable stay :)
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