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Radisson Collection Hotel Royal Mile Edinburgh
9
Old Town
18 reviews
Avant-garde, trendy and modern, the Hotel Missoni Edinburgh is anything but ordinary. Staying here is an immersion in Italian fashionista Rosita Missoni’s vibrant world. — Jetsetter
The Balmoral Hotel
8
Old Town
16 reviews
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
Prestonfield
8
East
10 reviews
Hidden in lush grounds a short drive from the city centre this is the swankiest, most swoon-some country house hotel imaginable — The Telegraph
Hotel du Vin & Bistro
8
Old Town
8 reviews
Leave it to one of the U.K.'s most forward-thinking chains to convert a Victorian-era asylum into this understated luxury property. — Fodor's
The Scotsman Hotel
8
Old Town
13 reviews
No better place in Edinburgh to have a bath in a turret. — Time Out
The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection
8
Broughton & Calton
13 reviews
Built around the neo-Gothic façade of a 19th-century church, the Glasshouse Hotel contrasts old stone with contemporary, metal-framed glass walls. — Travel + Leisure
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian
8
West End
11 reviews
Sophisticated, beautifully renovated grande dame at the west end of Princes Street near Edinburgh Castle and the shops of George Street. — Hideaway Report
Malmaison Edinburgh
8
Leith
10 reviews
An upscale boutique property with 100 rooms, Malmaison Hotel Edinburgh is housed in a former house of ill repute (yes, a brothel). — Oyster
Macdonald Holyrood Hotel
8
Old Town
7 reviews
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
The Dunstane Houses
8
West End
9 reviews
The vibe here is guesthouse meets Soho House–style member's club, with all the perks of a boutique hotel — Condé Nast Traveler
InterContinental Edinburgh The George
8
New Town
7 reviews
The 240-room Principal Hotel Edinburgh George Street is a gorgeous, upscale hotel that stands out for its thorough attention to detail and beautiful interior design — Oyster
Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh City Centre
8
Old Town
7 reviews
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
Tigerlily Hotel
8
New Town
10 reviews
The Tigerlily is housed in an historic Georgian townhouse, but inside, it's thoroughly modern. — Oyster
The Witchery by the Castle
8
Old Town
6 reviews
Essentially a restaurant ... with some suites attached, there are few communal spaces -- the hotel is a favorite among those seeking seclusion. — Oyster
Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh
8
West End
8 reviews
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
The Bonham Hotel
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
Kimpton Charlotte Square
8
New Town
6 reviews
This elegant 1819 Georgian building may be listed on the historic register, but it offers the features of a big commercial house, including a health center with a 12-meter indoor pool. — Star Service
Nira Caledonia
7
New Town
8 reviews
Luxurious adjoining townhouses with romantic interiors and stunningly restored staircases. — Michelin Guide
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Edinburgh City Centre
7
West End
6 reviews
Love it or hate it, there’s no denying that the cutting-edge design of the Point Hotel is a talking point. — Lonely Planet
B+B Edinburgh
7
West End
5 reviews
There's a lot to recommend this cross between a bed-and-breakfast and boutique hotel. — Frommer's
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