Edinburgh Apex Hotel £45 a night (Fri/Sat £75) from 17th December
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Edinburgh Apex Hotel £45 a night (Fri/Sat £75) from 17th December

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Found 25th Nov
Pack your bag, and shout Hello Edinburgh! Your Black Friday deal has arrived at Apex Haymarket Hotel. For one weekend only, we’ve got a limited number of rooms available over the winter months from just £45. You heard us, £45 per room. Plus, you’ll each get a complimentary drinks voucher on arrival so your first wine, beer or soft drink is on us.

Look forward to a stay in this modern and contemporary hotel located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Haymarket area. It’s just a short walk to the bustling shops of Princes Street, the Edinburgh’s Christmas Markets, and all the restaurants and bars you could wish for in the West End.

  • Available on City rooms at Apex Haymarket Hotel
  • £45 Sunday - Friday or just £75 on Saturday
  • Stay from 17/12/2017 - 28/02/2018, some exclusion dates apply
  • Sale ends Monday 27 November at 5pm, or when sold out
Terms and conditions.




  • Rate is for room only.
  • A fully pre-paid, non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking.
  • Cancellations are subject to 100% charge of deposits. A change of date is allowed by contacting Apex Central Reservations however this is subject to a £20.00 fee and could be subject to an increase of rate value for the new stay.
  • Bookings must be made prior to 5.00pm on the 27th November 2017.
  • Offer is available on selected dates at Apex Haymarket Hotel from 17th December 2017 to 28th February 2018.
  • Offer is subject to availability and only available when booking direct with Apex Hotels.
  • This offer is available on new bookings only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  • This promotional rate is not applicable to group or Apex events bookings.
  • The £10 book direct voucher is not included with this promotional offer.
  • Children under 12 stay and eat for free.

10 Comments

Original Poster

Weekend after Valentine Day 2 nights £120, which seems good for a weekend.

Your Stay 16/02/2018 - 18/02/2018
Guests 2 Adults
Total Rate 120.00 GBP
Edited by: "scottishpunter" 25th Nov

Does it have parking?

Original Poster

Jaxs12324 m ago

Does it have parking?


Yes but not free according to website - £8 per day
Edited by: "scottishpunter" 25th Nov

Jaxs1231 h, 9 m ago

Does it have parking?


IIRC it had a really really small car park at the rear (like several cars max) didn't see another one. Hotel is right next to the tram stop though and p&r is free parking but gotta pay for tram and is a good 20min
Edited by: "tehwabbit" 25th Nov

No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the cold shoulder by the locals (I put it down to the Anti-English mentality). Experienced similair while i was in glasgow too.

The locals at inverness and above are more friendlier in my experience

118luke31 m ago

No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the …No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the cold shoulder by the locals (I put it down to the Anti-English mentality). Experienced similair while i was in glasgow too.The locals at inverness and above are more friendlier in my experience



Odd for Glasgow, they tend to talk to anybody, Edinburgh on the other hand can seem quite snobbish, but it's more to do with their 'keep yourself to yourself' mentality.

One can stand alone all night in a busy bar in Edinburgh (I've experienced it), whereas Glasgwegians will always let on.

That said almost one in every four peeps in Edinburgh is English or have English parents, and whilst the city does have it's fair share of loons the vast majority are genuinely nice peeps.

Most hostile places I've ever visited were mostly North Wales, but the most unwelcoming would have been either Morpeth or Ullapool.
Friendliest was either Liverpool or Carlisle.

Interesting I think London wins the prize for unfriendly. If your hanging round City Centre bars the percentage of "locals" your going meet isn't that high.

tryn2help12 h, 8 m ago

Odd for Glasgow, they tend to talk to anybody, Edinburgh on the other hand …Odd for Glasgow, they tend to talk to anybody, Edinburgh on the other hand can seem quite snobbish, but it's more to do with their 'keep yourself to yourself' mentality.One can stand alone all night in a busy bar in Edinburgh (I've experienced it), whereas Glasgwegians will always let on.That said almost one in every four peeps in Edinburgh is English or have English parents, and whilst the city does have it's fair share of loons the vast majority are genuinely nice peeps.Most hostile places I've ever visited were mostly North Wales, but the most unwelcoming would have been either Morpeth or Ullapool.Friendliest was either Liverpool or Carlisle.


Indeed love Scotland and its people never had any issues even is paisley which was abit rough down south tho is another matter matter

118luke26th Nov

No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the …No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the cold shoulder by the locals (I put it down to the Anti-English mentality). Experienced similair while i was in glasgow too.The locals at inverness and above are more friendlier in my experience


Should have gone to brexit specsavers!

118luke26th Nov

No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the …No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the cold shoulder by the locals (I put it down to the Anti-English mentality). Experienced similair while i was in glasgow too.The locals at inverness and above are more friendlier in my experience


Might have just been you, I don't call Edinburgh 'Little Surrey' for nothing.
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