Owned by Hilton the ‘Caley’ is one of the two five star hotels that bookend Princes St.
Pick The Caledonian for; central location, trusted brand, local restaurants.
2. The Balmoral
At the other end of Princes St is The Balmoral. 188 opulent rooms many with views overlooking Edinburgh Castle. Enjoy fine dining at the Michelin starred Number One restaurant or relaxed dining at Hadrian’s, a brasserie with a cosmopolitan menu.
Pick The Balmoral for; luxury, a Scottish welcome, fine dining, central location.
The Malmaison hotel in Edinburgh was the first ever Malmaison. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere of Leith, a short taxi or bus ride from Princes St. The area is a foodie’s paradise with michelin restaurants like The Kitchin and Martin Wishart.
Pick Malmaison for; laid back atmosphere, fantastic local fine dining, the opportunity to discover a new part of the city
4. Tiger Lily
Tiger Lily is a stylish, comtemporary boutique hotel situated in the heart of the city on George Street. The 4 star hotel is a “whirl of shimmering mirror mosaics, freshly cut flowers and chic furniture you won’t find anywhere else”.
Pick Tiger Lily for; great shopping, local nightlife, cafes and bars, central location, young and funky atmosphere.
5. Jury’s Inn
Offering a great central location just off the Royal Mile Jury’s Inn is a great choice if you want somewhere affordable with wifi. The rooms on offere are ideal for travelling as a family.
Pick Jury’s Inn for; sightseeing on The Royal Mile, travelling with family
6. The Scotsman
Built in 1905 and originally the building of The Scotsman newspaper, The Scotsman hotel is a five star boutique hotel in the heart of the city. Each of the 69 rooms has its own quirky features. The old press room on the bottom floor now houses a health club, spa and gym.
Pick The Scotsman for; quirky luxury, history, central location