Situated in the suburbs, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Western General and Royal Botanic Garden. Edinburgh International Conference Centre and Princes Street Gardens are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Two blocks from towering Edinburgh Castle, this hotel is in Old Town's bustling Grassmarket district, with the Waverley railway station and four major theaters within a half-mile.
Tune Hotel - Haymarket Edinburgh enjoys a central location in the Scottish capital, opposite Haymarket Station which has direct tram connections to Edinburgh Airport. Many central sights are within walking distance: Princes Street is a 12-minute walk, and Edinburgh Castle is 1.5 miles (2.4 km) away.
Situated in South Queensferry, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Forth Road Bridge and Forth Rail Bridge. Dundas Castle and Hopetoun House are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Set on the cobbled Grassmarket, this contemporary hotel is overlooked by Edinburgh Castle, and is within 500 metres of The Royal Mile and Princes Street gardens.
This handsomely updated landmark building stands at the east end of Edinburgh's famous Princes Street. The Waverley train station is a two-minute walk. Edinburgh Castle is just 0.9 km (0.6 mi) away.
Located between Edinburgh Airport and Zoo this hotel is a 5 minute walk from the Gyle Shopping mall and Edinburgh Business Park. Local bus stops outside the hotel and runs between airport and city centre.
Located in Old Town, this aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Museum of Edinburgh, Palace of Holyroodhouse, and St. Giles' Cathedral. Our Dynamic Earth and Scottish Parliament are also within 10 minutes.
Summertime in Edinburgh is nearly one continuous festival, as locals and visitors alike enjoy the interval of warm weather. The Edinburgh International Festival is the big one, offering world-class music and theater performances. Numerous other festivals focus specifically on bagpipe music, books, jazz, comedy, and film. In winter you can join the city's four-day celebration of Hogmanay, welcoming the new year with fireworks, parades, and concerts. For a quieter experience, spend a few fascinating hours in the free National Museum of Scotland. You'll find history, nature, refreshments, and an unequaled view of the city from the terrace.
Are you ready for haggis, black pudding, and deep-fried Mars bars? Traditional Scottish food poses a challenge to some international visitors, but fortunately this cosmopolitan city has countless delicious and more familiar culinary offerings. Fish and chip places are popular, and they accompany their fresh offerings with "salt-n-sauce," which is vinegary, salty, and downright delicious. The numerous luxury hotels in Edinburgh provide exceptional dining experiences.
Edinburgh is also filled with great deals on affordable accommodations close to galleries, museums and shops. For travelers, hotels near Haymarket provide easy access to trains serving all of the United Kingdom at Haymarket Station. If you fly in, there are plenty of accommodations available as well. Check Travelocity's listings for a great selection of hotels near EDI airport.