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One night stay at the famous Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel from £59 per night @ Groupon
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One night stay at the famous Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel from £59 per night @ Groupon

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EDITOR 17
Posted 30th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Use the code LASTSALE to get an additional 15% off at check out, up to £20.

Stay at the historic Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel for just £59 per night for a compact double with breakfast for two, moving up to a deluxe double room for £109 per night with breakfast and two-course dinner. The offer is valid for dates up until April, so get yourself a decent rate on a double room, with or without dinner.

Edinburgh is a beautiful city and a great place to visit at any time of year. Take bracing walks up Arthur's Seat, jaunts around the medieval Old Town, shop along Princes Street, and of course, visit the impressive Edinburgh Castle.

"Housed in a historic listed building, situated within the West End area, just at a short stroll from the famous Princes Street, the Edinburgh Grosvenor offers a perfect mix of traditional style with contemporary standards and amenities.

The rooms feature complimentary bathrobes and slippers, as well as interactive flat-screen TV’s with access to on-demand movies.

The appropriately elegant yet informal bar and restaurant offer an array of Scottish specialties and international snacks.
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What You Get

Included in all options:
  • Compact, Double or Deluxe Double for two people
  • Breakfast

Included in dedicated options:
  • Two-course dinner

Policies and Fees
  • 3-day cancellation notice required prior to check-in or reservation is non-refundable
  • Rates may vary by date and are subject to availability
  • No city tax
  • Travel window: until April 2020

Amenities
  • Check-in from 3pm, check-out by midday
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi in public areas of the hotel
  • No pets allowed
  • No parking available



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17 Comments
Fine print. Travel window until 31st December 2019
Says travel window until April 2020 on the page the link goes to
I have stayed here it's a great location but be warned it's set over multiple buildings, and it's a warren to navigate at times. Also if your a person needing "assistance" I would advise checking your room is suitable as some floors are totally unsuitable with levels between levels. eg level 2.5 between level 2 and level 3.

Great price though....and once I did manage to find the breakfast it was totally enjoyable.
Edited by: "soled73" 30th Dec 2019
FreeDeal30/12/2019 16:50

Fine print. Travel window until 31st December 2019


I assume you are making a joke?
eslick30/12/2019 17:16

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Cheers. Thought it was just me. So didn't vote either way
I've only checked 2 dates but both are cheaper using google comparison.
FreeDeal30/12/2019 17:23

Nope


Hmm. I think you it means you can book until today, but stay between now and April 2020.
Akira_Cat31/12/2019 09:25

Hmm. I think you it means you can book until today, but stay between now …Hmm. I think you it means you can book until today, but stay between now and April 2020.


K. I didn't try dates, just seen small print.
In that case, heat applied
I've been living in Edinburgh for nearly 16 years now and this is the first time I've heard about this hotel. So how exactly is it "famous"?
BenderRodriguez31/12/2019 23:34

I've been living in Edinburgh for nearly 16 years now and this is the …I've been living in Edinburgh for nearly 16 years now and this is the first time I've heard about this hotel. So how exactly is it "famous"?


You need to get out more.

Colleagues from Inverness who regularly come down for business always stay here.

Handy for Haymarket.
Simon.Wallace31/12/2019 23:53

You need to get out more.Colleagues from Inverness who regularly come down …You need to get out more.Colleagues from Inverness who regularly come down for business always stay here.Handy for Haymarket.


I can only presume your Inverdonian friends very much prefer the devil they know. Or maybe they just collect Honors points. It's probably the best hotel that close to Haymarket station, but that's about it.

But "famous" it ain't. Its not even the best Hilton within a 1 mile radius.

That price is so below market rate, my assumption would be some building works going on in the post Hogmanay lull.
Edited by: "dazigster" 1st Jan
BenderRodriguez31/12/2019 23:34

I've been living in Edinburgh for nearly 16 years now and this is the …I've been living in Edinburgh for nearly 16 years now and this is the first time I've heard about this hotel. So how exactly is it "famous"?


Wrong circles perhaps?

To be honest it is just a hang up from working for British Airways. Adjectives make things sound better.

Cheers!
BenderRodriguez31/12/2019 23:34

I've been living in Edinburgh for nearly 16 years now and this is the …I've been living in Edinburgh for nearly 16 years now and this is the first time I've heard about this hotel. So how exactly is it "famous"?



isnt it linked to the telephone? or phone box?
Akira_Cat01/01/2020 00:50

Wrong circles perhaps? To be honest it is just a hang up from working for …Wrong circles perhaps? To be honest it is just a hang up from working for British Airways. Adjectives make things sound better. Cheers!


Is that the "famous" BA?
Simon.Wallace31/12/2019 23:53

You need to get out more.Colleagues from Inverness who regularly come down …You need to get out more.Colleagues from Inverness who regularly come down for business always stay here.Handy for Haymarket.




So it is famous because few of your colleagues use it due to a convenient proximity to the nearest train station.


OK, gotcha, I was hoping it's more of a "King Bruce The Conqueror got murdered there in 1432" type of fame, but that's cool too I guess.
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