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G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh

Old Town 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The colorful Rosita Missoni brings a wild palette (fuchsia and turquoise walls; patterned bed throws) to the Royal Mile. — Travel + Leisure

For fashionistas, Continental types, or simply anyone looking for a colorful whimsical antidote to the brooding traditional hotels, this fashion plate offers a lighthearted alternative. — Star Service

The Italian fashion house has established a style icon in the heart of the medieval Old Town with this bold statement of a hotel. — Lonely Planet

An occasional whisper of Missoni branding still lingers at the G&V, but this stylish hotel has developed its own uniquely modern Scottish identity, losing nothing in translation. — The Telegraph

If you want to bed down somewhere cool and contemporary in this ancient city, the Missoni hotel is your place. — Concierge

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The Balmoral Hotel

New Town 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Almost directly above Waverley railway station, The Balmoral's soaring clock tower is a city landmark, famously set a few minutes fast for the benefit of those on the way to the train. — Frommer's

Edinburgh's classic five-star hotel located at the east end of Princes Street in a large and imposing building. Excellent service, sublime restaurants and a luxurious atmosphere. — Insight Guides

Classically styled bedrooms with rich fabrics and a subtle contemporary edge... Highly detailed service. — Michelin Guide

The hotel location couldn't be better... top notch dining can be found downstairs at Number One, the stylish hotel-restaurant featuring Chef Jeff Bland. — Gayot

Former Edwardian railroad hotel with a landmark clock tower and modern interiors in the heart of Edinburgh, adjacent to Waverly Station. — Travel + Leisure

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The Scotsman Hotel

Old Town 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This grandiose 19th-century pile has a distinctive feel to it... the Cowshed Spa has five treatment rooms as well as a relaxation room. — Concierge

No better place in Edinburgh to have a bath in a turret. — Time Out

A magnificent turn-of-the-20th-century building, with a marble staircase and a fascinating history... now houses this modern, luxurious hotel. — Fodor's

This five star hotel is a bastion of solid confidence and quiet style in a commanding position offering great views over the city. — The Telegraph

"The views across the links toward the sea are among the best in golf" at this hotel above the sport’s most famous green. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $153

Malmaison Hotel Edinburgh

Leith 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chic, modern hotel set in the grand old seamen’s hostel just back from the wharf-side. — Rough Guide

The Leith hotel that kicked off a hospitality phenomenon. — Time Out

A superb renovation of Leith's former Seamen's Mission building featuring art deco styling, four-poster beds and a first class restaurant and Parisian bistro. — Insight Guides

Impressive former sea mens' mission, set on the quayside; the first of the Malmaison hotels. — Michelin Guide

Works hard at promoting a sexy image, but is fun and comfortable too, with good-sized rooms, decent food and drink, friendly staff and even some token tartan to remind guests where they are. — The Telegraph

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Tigerlily Hotel

New Town 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's an enclave for local thirty- and fortysomething professionals who aren't into the tartan-and-whisky charm of their forebears' haunts and want to party in a cool urban scene. — Concierge

Georgian meets gorgeous at this glamorous, glittering boutique hotel. — Lonely Planet

A glitzy boutique hotel, bar and restaurant that epitomizes the new “gorgeous” George St. A classic Georgian townhouse transformed into a flamboyant design extravaganza. — Rough Guide

The bedrooms are designed to the hilt... this remains one of the best-loved hotels in the city, to say nothing of its visually opulent bar, restaurant or nightclub. — Time Out

On hip George Street, this boutique hotel has everything a girl could imagine... for a night away from home. — Fodor's

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from $154

The Howard

New Town 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 18-room luxury boutique hotel is anelegant, exclusive property set in three Georgian houses on a posh residential street in Edinburgh’s New Town. — Oyster

This genteel hotel is all about tradition and tailored service—making it the first choice for those in search of authentic Georgian luxury. — Concierge

You may have trouble distinguishing which three lovely Georgian townhouses make up this discreet New Town hotel, it announces itself so quietly. — The Telegraph

Where you can step back two hundred years – with a butler as your guide. — Time Out

Characterful original features and plenty of charm. — Michelin Guide

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from $138

Prestonfield

East 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Its extravagant baroque makeover has helped make it one of Edinburgh’s most lavish and over-the-top places to stay. — Rough Guide

James Thomson rescued this 17th-century baroque pad in 2003 and turned it into a lavishly opulent five–star boutique hotel. — Frommer's

Inside this 1687 mansion, baroque opulence reigns in the well-restored public rooms. — Fodor's

One of the most romantic hotels around... Excellent service. — Michelin Guide

A hotel experience guests will be talking about years later. — Time Out

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The Bonham

New Town 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Originally three Victorian townhouses, the Bonham has at various points been used for private housing, a medical practice and a hall of residence for female medical students. — Time Out

Set in three Victorian townhouses, the 49-room, upscale Bonham is a stylish boutique hotel in a quiet, historic Edinburgh neighborhood, around the corner from all the action. — Oyster

The Bonham is one of the few Edinburgh hotels that manages a successful fusion of traditional Victorian interiors with bold modern colours and contemporary design. — Lonely Planet

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

This remains one of Edinburgh's best contemporary boutique-hotels in quiet environs, with private access to the gardens across the street. — Star Service

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Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian

New Town 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opulent, old-world dame with Edinburgh Castle views and a stellar location on Edinburgh’s landmark thoroughfare — Jetsetter

The Waldorf-Astoria's adoption has been good for the beloved Caley, Edinburgh's most famous railway hotel. — Condé Nast Traveler

1903 center-city hotel built on top of a 19th-century red-sandstone railway station, a 10-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle. — Travel + Leisure

Groups and meetings are the mainstay here, but tourists appreciate the fine location and authentic traditional elements that have been restored with perfection following the massive renovation. — Star Service

The Caledonian is a 241-room, luxury landmark hotel that reopened in 2012 after a major makeover by the Waldorf Astoria chain. — Oyster

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Hotel du Vin & Bistro

Old Town 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Boutique hotel featuring unique modern murals and dark wood, wine-themed bedrooms; located close to the Royal Mile. — Michelin Guide

The bistro-centered Du Vin chain has built its hip reputation on bold remodelings of unlikely edifices. — Condé Nast Traveler

Located in a former asylum that was once the city's most feverish prison, this is one of those places that earns its respect from the dining function — Star Service

This boutique chain revolving around, and reveling in, wine seems as inspired an idea today as it was when the first property opened in 1994. — Frommer's

The Hotel du Vin& Bistro is an upscale boutique hotel occupying an 18th-century asylum in the center of Edinburgh, within walking distance of most the city's attractions. — Oyster

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The Witchery by the Castle

Old Town 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Each of them is dark, theatrically gothic and lavishly furnished with antiques, leather and velvet, Victorian baths and grand beds, complementing the magical atmosphere at the Witchery dining rooms. — Time Out

This flamboyant and fabulously gothic bolthole is all your historical fantasies rolled into one. If it doesn't make your pulse race, quite frankly you haven't got one. — Frommer's

This lavishly theatrical lodging promises a night to remember. — Fodor's

Essentially a restaurant ... with some suites attached, there are few communal spaces -- the hotel is a favorite among those seeking seclusion. — Oyster

Set in a 16th-century Old Town house in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle, the Witchery's eight lavish Gothic suites are extravagantly furnished with antiques. — Lonely Planet

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from $302

Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa

Old Town 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The staff are as slick and professional as you'd expect in the Sheraton's UK flagship. — Frommer's

Although predominantly aimed at business travellers, the location, range of rooms and services, luxurious spa and well-regarded restaurant make it the perfect choice for travellers. — The Telegraph

This hotel lacks the historical ambience of the Caledonian (now part of Waldorf-Astoria) and instead takes a more contemporary stance with more international than local flavor. — Star Service

While it doesn't look like much from the outside, the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is a seriously upscale hotel with some outstanding facilities. — Oyster

Spacious, modern hotel which has undergone a top-to-toe refurbishment. — Michelin Guide

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from $238

Macdonald Holyrood Hotel

Old Town 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Macdonald Holyrood Hotel is a 156-room upscale property just steps from Holyrood Park and a mile from Edinburgh Castle. — Oyster

This modern, yet unpretentious hotel is similar in quality to the Carlton and bears an equally precious downtown locale although without the views of the castle-facing rooms in the Apex International — Star Service

With comfortable rooms (consider upgrading) and a spa, swimming pool and gym it’s definitely worth considering, especially for families or as part of a special deal. — The Telegraph

Stylish stay in Edinburgh's quiet Old Town, with an award-winning restaurant and close proximity to the Royal Mile. — Jetsetter

The Club Floor is geared toward luxury-minded guests: It has a dedicated elevator, butler service, lounge, and library, along with a champagne and canapé reception every night. — Frommer's

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from $116

B+B Edinburgh

New Town 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built in 1883 as a grand home for the proprietor of the Scotsman newspaper, this Victorian extravaganza .... was given a designer makeover in 2011 to create a striking contemporary hotel. — Lonely Planet

The four-floor, 27-room B+B Edinburgh is a modern boutique take on the traditional bed-and-breakfast inn. — Oyster

Standing out along an elegant and tranquil West End terrace, this imposing Victorian mansion combines grand public spaces with affordable modern accommodation. — Fodor's

There's a lot to recommend this cross between a bed-and-breakfast and boutique hotel. — Frommer's

It is worth staying here just to see the galleried library lounge, not to mention the eccentric atmosphere, period features, generous breakfasts and excellent value for money. — The Telegraph

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The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection

New Town 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What it lacks in facilities it makes up for in the service department: free shoeshines, complimentary business cards, free Wi-Fi and adept 24-hour room service. — Star Service

The Glasshouse sports luxury rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, leather sofas, marble bathrooms and a rooftop garden. — Lonely Planet

Impressive two acre roof garden. Stylish bedrooms. — Michelin Guide

Try for a room with a view – they're fabulous. — Time Out

Sharing a roof with the immense Omni cinema-and-restaurant complex next door, the 65-room hotel stands behind a neo-Gothic facade. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $180

Channings Hotel

Stockbridge & Canonmills 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Channings is a charming, Edwardian-style hotel with the feel of an expensive private club. — Lonely Planet

The sincere staff is helpful and youthful, with an eye toward detail. — Star Service

Five Edwardian terraced town houses make up this intimate, elegant hotel in an upscale West End neighborhood just minutes from Princes Street. — Fodor's

For the price, this quaint hotel delivers good value for Edinburgh and is full of character. — Oyster

There is an air of Edwardian reliability about this comfortable, if slightly lived-in, former home of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton. — The Telegraph

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from $103

The Rutland Hotel

New Town 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It’s perfect for couples looking for a stylish, relaxing break but not too edgy for comfort. — The Telegraph

Nominated for several style awards, the design is chic without being intimidating. — Fodor's

Boutique hotel with commanding position at top of Princes Street. — Michelin Guide

The Rutland offers lavish decor and a modish experience that may once have seemed too ostentatious... but now feels quite at home. — Time Out

The property was updated in 2008, which added glamour to the 12 individually decorated guest rooms with extravagant colors and baroque design. — Concierge

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from $142

Nira Caledonia

New Town 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If a hotel can be the soul of discretion, this quietly confident hotel is it — this place is for those who want luxury that whispers, rather than shouts. — The Telegraph

The 28-room NiraCaledonia is a seriously upscale boutique occupying a charming 18th-century property in Edinburgh's New Town. — Oyster

Luxurious adjoining townhouses with romantic interiors and stunningly restored staircases. — Michelin Guide

Perhaps one of the most confusing hotels in Edinburgh, Number 10 is tucked away at 10 Gloucester Place on the fringes of the New Town and Stockbridge. — Time Out

This 28-room boutique hotel eschews traditional tartan in favor of a dramatic black-and-gold color scheme. — Frommer's

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from $118

Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh

Old Town 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A stay on Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile, with full Scottish breakfast and welcome prosecco. — Jetsetter

This hotel is in an excellent location for business and pleasure, and although it bares some brash modern garb, it is as soft as a plush toy when compared with the edgier Point Hotel nearby. — Star Service

You’ll find no tartan here, despite the 16th-century exterior - inside it’s contemporary all the way. — The Telegraph

Location, location, location: If you want to be right in the thick of it, you can't beat this hotel. — Frommer's

Originally the Scandic Crown. ... A clean-cut, sleek and monochromatic look with subtle Scottish motifs. Service standards are high, and you'll walk out of reception on to the Royal Mile. — Time Out

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from $230

Apex Waterloo Place Hotel

Broughton & Calton 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Along the eastern end of Princes Street...this midrange hotel fits a category that attracts the average tourist or the budget-focused business traveler. — Star Service

Apex Waterloo Place Hotel is an upscale hotel located in Edinburgh's Old Town -- on the east end of Princes Street. — Oyster

Modern, comfortable and handsome in a 21st century sort of way, the rooms at the front of the building overlook the historic Old Calton Cemetery across the road. — Time Out

Charles Dickens — once a guest in Edinburgh’s first purpose-built hotel — certainly would not recognise this latest incarnation. — The Telegraph

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