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Edinburgh Easy Hotel Princes St opposite Castle £19.99/night in January

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Many nights are £19.99. Centrally located. Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Many nights are £19.99. Centrally located.
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1 Like #1
fully booked
2 Likes #2
Kill8ill
fully booked


No it's not, the op's link is to a specific date, try searching for other dates in January.
4 Likes #3
A room with no window! Yet hotel advertises views of the castle
A last resort to sleeping rough
ROOM SIZE 6.5sq m

Internet/Computer
Wi-Fi internet access fees:

30 minutes: £3.00
90 minutes: £6.00
24 hours: £10.00


Internet terminal (guest computer) usage fees:

15 minutes: £1.00


Nexus 7 tablet loan fees:

24 hours: £10.00 (free with 24h Wi-Fi purchase)

Television
TV access fees:

1 day: £5.00
3 days: £10.00
5 days: £15.00

Hairdryer

Hairdryers are available at the reception. Deposit required.
Iron/Ironing board

Iron and ironing board are available at the reception. Deposit required.
Chargers and Adapters

Chargers and adapters are available at the reception. Deposit required.

No wonder its cheap


Edited By: arthurx1234 on Oct 17, 2016 07:23: more info
1 Like #4
Voted hot. I am going to Edinburgh in January for a friend's wedding in the ghillie dhu. Thank you :)
#5
Charging for TV, sure is a no frills hotel.
1 Like #6
Ordered Heat added:)
#7
Sounds similar to the Tune Hotel at Haymarket. Stayed a room with no windows a couple of years ago it was actually OK. Felt a bit like sleeping in an office block. Next time I went back got a room with a window for an extra £5. Excellent location though and a third of the price of nearby Premier Inns.
2 Likes #8
cheap as chips for edinburgh :-)
4 Likes #9
if you have mobile internet you neither need WiFi access nor TV
you take your tablet or laptop and it's most of the time better than their ragged televisions
or you might be able to connect your device to their telly by a HDMI cable or Chromecast
or why don't you read a book or listen to audible for a change?
I'm sure you don't go Edinburgh to watch tv
#10
Alessandra15
Voted hot. I am going to Edinburgh in January for a friend's wedding in the ghillie dhu. Thank you :)
Take a good credit card, got charged £7.20 for a pint of Innis Gunn recently.
#11
I've stayed at this hotel. The rooms are so small it's ridiculous and we didn't have a window. If you want to use the rooms TV for free get the 'peel' TV remote app
3 Likes #12
I don't understand some of the comments to be honest. It's £20. It's not going to be luxury hotel quality.

But for somewhere to crash after a night out.... You couldn't even get a hostel for £20 and definitely not one bang in the centre of Edinburgh.

And anyone who pays to stay in a hotel and then spends the time watching TV or surfing the internet is bonkers in my mind anyway. If you need to check things online go and buy yourself a coffee at one of the many coffee shops.

Edited By: itsjustme on Oct 17, 2016 12:31
2 Likes #13
itsjustme
I don't understand some of the comments to be honest. It's £20. It's not going to be luxury hotel quality.
But for somewhere to crash after a night out.... You couldn't even get a hostel for £20 and definitely not one bang in the centre of Edinburgh.
And anyone who pays to stay in a hotel and then spends the time watching TV or surfing the internet is bonkers in my mind anyway. If you need to check things online go and buy yourself a coffee at one of the many coffee shops.
This is it. People expect something amazing for very little. Reality check.
#14
itsjustme
I don't understand some of the comments to be honest. It's £20. It's not going to be luxury hotel quality.
But for somewhere to crash after a night out.... You couldn't even get a hostel for £20 and definitely not one bang in the centre of Edinburgh.
And anyone who pays to stay in a hotel and then spends the time watching TV or surfing the internet is bonkers in my mind anyway. If you need to check things online go and buy yourself a coffee at one of the many coffee shops.

You can get a hostel just off the high street for £12. I don't know if a hotel and hostel are comparable though.
#15
We stayed here three years ago shortly after it first opens, pretty much next door to McDonald's so you can borrow their wifi for ten minutes if you need access
#16
andreasuk
if you have mobile internet you neither need WiFi access nor TV
you take your tablet or laptop and it's most of the time better than their ragged televisions
or you might be able to connect your device to their telly by a HDMI cable or Chromecast
or why don't you read a book or listen to audible for a change?
I'm sure you don't go Edinburgh to watch tv

The no window part is actually the biggest problem, for me, that is. But I'm not looking for a hotel in January anyway :D
#17
alababaju
andreasuk
if you have mobile internet you neither need WiFi access nor TV
you take your tablet or laptop and it's most of the time better than their ragged televisions
or you might be able to connect your device to their telly by a HDMI cable or Chromecast
or why don't you read a book or listen to audible for a change?
I'm sure you don't go Edinburgh to watch tv

The no window part is actually the biggest problem, for me, that is. But I'm not looking for a hotel in January anyway :D


i can understand the window problem. you could get a bit claustrophobic...I say for 1 or 2 nights at that price if you only want to sleep there it's a good deal..it won't get much cheaper than that
#18
knack
itsjustme
I don't understand some of the comments to be honest. It's £20. It's not going to be luxury hotel quality.
But for somewhere to crash after a night out.... You couldn't even get a hostel for £20 and definitely not one bang in the centre of Edinburgh.
And anyone who pays to stay in a hotel and then spends the time watching TV or surfing the internet is bonkers in my mind anyway. If you need to check things online go and buy yourself a coffee at one of the many coffee shops.

You can get a hostel just off the high street for £12. I don't know if a hotel and hostel are comparable though.


id personally prefer the small hotel room and pay the extra but others might see it differently.
#19
spam as far as i am concerned. should have just added this hotel to you original post............
#20
andreasuk
knack
itsjustme
I don't understand some of the comments to be honest. It's £20. It's not going to be luxury hotel quality.
But for somewhere to crash after a night out.... You couldn't even get a hostel for £20 and definitely not one bang in the centre of Edinburgh.
And anyone who pays to stay in a hotel and then spends the time watching TV or surfing the internet is bonkers in my mind anyway. If you need to check things online go and buy yourself a coffee at one of the many coffee shops.
You can get a hostel just off the high street for £12. I don't know if a hotel and hostel are comparable though.
id personally prefer the small hotel room and pay the extra but others might see it differently.

So would I. Just pointing out that hostels are available at similar prices/cheaper.
1 Like #21
We stayed in a Travelodge in January last year on Princes' Street - 3 nights without breakfast came to about £80 with a discount voucher.

Edinburgh is lovely but beware it's very cold and we had snow. If you get a chance go up Arthur's Seat and the Castle both are lovely.
#22
alanchester
Alessandra15
Voted hot. I am going to Edinburgh in January for a friend's wedding in the ghillie dhu. Thank you :)
Take a good credit card, got charged £7.20 for a pint of Innis Gunn recently.
Innis and gunn beer kitchens are a rip off.Weatherspoons sell their lager for £3.20.
#23
ive actually had the premier inn at haymarket for 29 pounds a night for a family room booked about 3 months in advance a few times.For a tenner extra its miles above the easy hotel.

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