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    Nice Hotel in Edinburgh ?

    Lucerysdad is taking me away !

    We have travel booked to Edinburgh - but need a nice hotel at a decent price - can anyone recommend anywhere ?

    Think we want central as we will have no car - somewhere nearish to Princes St for the restaurants / shops etc.

    Not bothered about gym and stuff - but somewhere with nice rooms and abit special without costing the earth.

    We did this last year and got a great deal in Chester on a Crowne Plaza - but can't find them in Edinburgh.

    Have tried laterooms, expedia etc - but after some recommendations - if anyone has any.

    Thanks

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    Original Poster

    barky

    http://www.hilton.co.uk/HiWayWeb/appmanager/portals/hotel?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=hotel_room_landing&ctyhocn=EDNCHHIbeautiful hotel-rates will depend on when you go



    thanks for the tip - off to have a look now (_;)

    have a look at Holiday Inn Dunfermline, which is out of Edinburgh but good price including breakfast
    hiexpressdunfermline.co.uk/

    Your very lucky, I love Edinburgh!

    I've stayed here over the past year (business and pleasure)

    MCDONALD ROXBURGHE - At the Charlotte Square end of George Street (runs parallel to Princes). Nice looking, rooms ok, nice restaurant. Reasonble to expensive prices.
    NOVOTEL EDINBURGH PARK - Not in Edinburgh city centre, but there is a new station on its doorstep and the train takes about 10 minutes into the city centre (costs about £3). Modern, excellent food and great service. Cheap.
    CALEDONIAN HILTON - At the end of Princes Street. Very grand foyer and restauent but my room was disappointing. Probably need to spend a lot to get a decent room. Good food but felt the place needed a makeover.
    RADDISON BLU (ROYAL MILE) - Fantastic location on the mile, 5 mins from Princes Street. Great modern rooms, no restaurant but good room service. Reasonable to pricey.
    MCDONALD HOLYROOD - A bit further away towards the Holyrood Palace. 10 mins from Princes. Nice rooms, good restaurant. Reasonable to pricey.
    THE GEORGE - In the centre of George Street, probably as central as you can get in Edinburgh. Great restaurant and bar. Good rooms and reasonably priced (just make sure you get a room at the back - the front of the hotel can be noisy at chucking out time, lots of bars in the area).

    While your in Edinburgh don't forget to check out some of the great restaurants there - my favs were Wildfire in Rose Street (perfect steak), Viva Mexico in Cockburn Street (great fajitas) and Tempus in George Street (nice everything really).

    Hope this helps.

    Original Poster

    shop4m

    have a look at Holiday Inn Dunfermline, which is out of Edinburgh but … have a look at Holiday Inn Dunfermline, which is out of Edinburgh but good price including breakfasthttp://www.hiexpressdunfermline.co.uk/



    thanks mate - going to look now (_;)

    Original Poster

    DustD

    Your very lucky, I love Edinburgh!I've stayed here over the past year … Your very lucky, I love Edinburgh!I've stayed here over the past year (business and pleasure)MCDONALD ROXBURGHE - At the Charlotte Square end of George Street (runs parallel to Princes). Nice looking, rooms ok, nice restaurant. Reasonble to expensive prices.NOVOTEL EDINBURGH PARK - Not in Edinburgh city centre, but there is a new station on its doorstep and the train takes about 10 minutes into the city centre (costs about £3). Modern, excellent food and great service. Cheap.CALEDONIAN HILTON - At the end of Princes Street. Very grand foyer and restauent but my room was disappointing. Probably need to spend a lot to get a decent room. Good food but felt the place needed a makeover.RADDISON BLU (ROYAL MILE) - Fantastic location on the mile, 5 mins from Princes Street. Great modern rooms, no restaurant but good room service. Reasonable to pricey.MCDONALD HOLYROOD - A bit further away towards the Holyrood Palace. 10 mins from Princes. Nice rooms, good restaurant. Reasonable to pricey.THE GEORGE - In the centre of George Street, probably as central as you can get in Edinburgh. Great restaurant and bar. Good rooms and reasonably priced (just make sure you get a room at the back - the front of the hotel can be noisy at chucking out time, lots of bars in the area).While your in Edinburgh don't forget to check out some of the great restaurants there - my favs were Wildfire in Rose Street (perfect steak), Viva Mexico in Cockburn Street (great fajitas) and Tempus in George Street (nice everything really).Hope this helps.



    thats a great help - thansk so much for taking the time to reply (_;)
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