Edinburgh

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Old Town
18 reviews
Striking, modern hotel. — Michelin Guide
8
Old Town
16 reviews
Former Edwardian railroad hotel with a landmark clock tower and modern interiors in the heart of Edinburgh, adjacent to Waverly Station. — Travel + Leisure
8
East
10 reviews
James Thomson rescued this 17th-century baroque pad in 2003 and turned it into a lavishly opulent five–star boutique hotel. — Frommer's
8
Broughton & Calton
13 reviews
The Glasshouse sports luxury rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, leather sofas, marble bathrooms and a rooftop garden. — Lonely Planet
8
West End
11 reviews
This place gets the silver medal rather than the gold. Silver is not something to be sniffed at. — Frommer's
8
Leith
10 reviews
It's a respectable part of the spruced-up waterfront, its brasserie and bar buzzing, with guests spilling out onto the cobbled street. — Frommer's
8
Old Town
8 reviews
Boutique hotel featuring unique modern murals and dark wood, wine-themed bedrooms; located close to the Royal Mile. — Michelin Guide
8
Old Town
13 reviews
A regal five-star hotel, featuring stunning city views, a luxurious spa and plenty of authentic Scottish charm. — Jetsetter
8
New Town
7 reviews
There’s nothing stuffy about Edinburgh’s oldest hotel; it does classy/contemporary on a grand scale throughout — The Telegraph
8
Old Town
7 reviews
The Radisson Blu is a solid business-like hotel with good facilities, including a swimming pool, a spa and eight meeting rooms. Rooms are spacious, too, and there's a car park for guests. — Fodor's
8
New Town
10 reviews
On hip George Street, this boutique hotel has everything a girl could imagine... for a night away from home. — Fodor's
8
Old Town
7 reviews
Stylish stay in Edinburgh's quiet Old Town, with an award-winning restaurant and close proximity to the Royal Mile. — Jetsetter
8
West End
9 reviews
The 38-room upscale Dunstane Hotel is a family-owned boutique hotel built in two luxury Victorian townhouses, circa 1852, that face one another across an Edinburgh street. — Oyster
8
West End
8 reviews
The staff are as slick and professional as you'd expect in the Sheraton's UK flagship. — Frommer's
8
West End
8 reviews
Nineteenth-century ornamental cornices, wood panels, and high ceilings satisfy the historical cravings of period enthusiasts, but... huge modern canvases by area artists keep it from feeling frumpy. — Concierge
8
New Town
6 reviews
The 199-room upscale Roxburghe is a posh-feeling hotel in a fantastic location at the center of Edinburgh’s New Town, on the edge of historic Old Town. — Oyster
7
West End
6 reviews
A cool Parisian feel, with its gray and turquoise palette, high-backed banquettes, and square Monboddo Bar button-backed sofas. Deluxe rooms and suites boast views of the castle. — Frommer's
7
West End
5 reviews
The four-floor, 27-room B B Edinburgh is a modern boutique take on the traditional bed-and-breakfast inn. — Oyster
7
Old Town
5 reviews
The clue's in the name: this is a genial pub/inn, right on Edinburgh's world-famous Royal Mile — Fodor's
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