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Dreamhouse Apartments Holyrood Star Rating 4        
89 Holyrood Road

Conveniently situated, Dreamhouse Apartments Holyrood allows for easy access to Edinburgh's best sightseeing areas. Those staying at the property can also make use of free wireless internet.Guests are welcome to unwind in Dreamhouse Apartments Edinburgh Holyrood Park's gardens, and can easily visit the area's popular tourist attractions.
Mercure Edinburgh City Princes Street Hotel Star Rating 3        
53 Princes Street

Set above shops, this city centre hotel is a 12-minute walk from the National Museum of Scotland and a 14-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle.The classic modern rooms offer desks, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some feature views of the castle.
Pollock Halls - Edinburgh First Star Rating 3        
18 Holyrood Park Road

At Edinburgh First - the commercial arm of the University of Edinburgh - we have a range of accommodation in the heart of the city. Moreover, our range suits all sorts of visitors, from individual travellers to those coming in two and threes, as well as families and large groups. Our splendid location set beneath Arthur's Seat and near to the Queen's Holyrood Park, provides a stunning setting.
Dreamhouse Apartment Hotel Tollcross Edinburgh Star Rating 5        
17 West Tollcross

Conveniently situated, Dreamhouse Apartment Hotel Tollcross Edinburgh offers easy access to Edinburgh's main hot spots. Guests can also enjoy free internet access.The apartments offer an elegant décor and luxurious 5-star amenities.
Calton Apartments Edinburgh Star Rating 4        
Annandale Street

With its central location, Calton Apartments is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Edinburgh. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Each guestroom is tastefully appointed with non smoking rooms, air conditioning, hair dryer, internet access (wireless), ironing board, television, bathtub, shower.
Lets Apartments Edinburgh Star Rating 4        
5/10 Dalry Gait

Situated in the historic center of the capital city of Scotland, the Edinburgh Apartments is one of the best locations to be in if you'd like to see everything this city id famous for. You may have got your hands on some Scotland rugby tickets, have come to Edinburgh to see one of the five National Galleries of Scotland, or perhaps you want to taste a glass of Scotch Whisky, then Lets Edinburgh Apartments are just the place to stay. This Edinburgh accommodation are minutes walk from some of the main tourist attractions of this capital city.
The Four Sisters Boatel Edinburgh Star Rating 4        
Lochrin Basin

Strategically located in the centre of the city, this 4-star boat makes for an ideal base in Edinburgh. It is moments from the Kings Theatre, eateries and nightlife options.The Four Sisters Boatel Edinburgh offers free Wi-Fi, a coffee bar and a bicycle rental service.
Halcyon Hotel Edinburgh Star Rating 2        
8 Royal Terrace

Centrally situated, Halcyon Hotel Edinburgh allows for easy access to Edinburgh's best hot spots. It also offers free Wi-Fi and a garden.All the cosy rooms at the guest house provide wireless internet access and tea and coffee making facilities.
The B Suites Edinburgh Star Rating 4        
Western Harbour Midway

Our stylishly decorated apartments comes fully equipped for a thoroughly enjoyable self catering experience. The kitchens have integrated Siemens appliances such as American fridge/freezer, oven/hob, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, toaster, kettle, full cutlery and plate set. All pots and pans etc.
The George Bridge Apartments Edinburgh Star Rating 4        
14 George IV Bridge

With its central location, The George Bridge Apartments is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Edinburgh. The The George Bridge Apartments boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. Each guestroom features amenities such as non smoking rooms, television, bathtub, shower.
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Edinburgh, known as the "Athens of the North", is one of the most beautiful urban destinations in all of Europe. It comes as no surprise then to learn it's also one of the most visited. Millions of visitors make their way to the city each year, with both domestic and international travelers choosing "Auld Reekie" as their favored holiday destination. Tourists arrive in the city by road, rail and air. Edinburgh Airport is one of the busiest in the UK, with flights arriving from as far away as Toronto and Istanbul. Edinburgh's railway stations are connected to other Scottish destinations as well as London and a number of intermediary stations. A train journey from London takes 4-5 hours but rest assured, the length of the journey is offset by the scenery you'll see en route. Edinburgh is home to hundreds of hotels, which come in all shapes and sizes. From quaint boarding houses and boutique hotels to luxurious corporate hotels and budget options, there's a room to suit any traveler here.

The city's No. 1 draw is its historic buildings, which are beautiful and plentiful. Looming over the city below, Edinburgh Castle is one of the UK's most visited sites and a truly awe-inspiring sight. From the castle, take a stroll along the Royal Mile, a cobblestoned road that leads to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of the Royal Family. Along the way you'll be treated to a treasure trove of delights, including the Writer's House, the Museum of Scotland and a wealth of shops and bars. To see Edinburgh in all its glory, take an open top bus tour of the city. Most adopt a hop-on, hop-off approach which means you can take a closer look at anything that tickles your fancy.

If you're looking for something a little different, try a ghost tour of the city. Edinburgh is purported to be one of the most haunted cities in the world, and there's nothing quite like a spot of ghost-hunting at dusk. Other city destinations worth a visit include the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh Dungeon and Greyfriars Kirk. The latter features a tribute to Greyfriars Bobby, a terrier that famously lived beside his master's grave.

When it's time to eat and drink, you'll find an almost endless supply of pubs, restaurants and bars to choose from. From Michelin starred dishes to cozy pub grub, you won't go hungry here. Edinburgh also offers visitors a wealth of green spaces to enjoy. Top of the list has to be the famed Arthur's Seat, while the likes of Princes Street Gardens, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Holyrood Park all serve up fantastic views to be enjoyed.

Other popular city attractions include: Edinburgh Zoo, Carlton Hill (and its neoclassical architecture), St. Giles Cathedral and the Georgian House. Golf enthusiasts will find a wide selection of courses while it's almost rude not to take a whisky tour when you're in this part of the world. Edinburgh's peak tourism periods come in the summer, particularly around the Edinburgh Festival, and around New Year's Eve, when the city celebrates its epic Hogmanay. Hotels are generally at capacity during these events so if you plan on visiting then, you'll need to book well in advance.