Edinburgh City Hotel

Address: 79 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 9HZ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Quartermile area of Edinburgh, is near The Traverse, Bike Trax, Lupe Pinto's, and Dance Base.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsEdinburgh City Hotel

          Reviewed by notesfromhere

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          Reviewed Sep 30, 2012
          by (1 review) , India Flag of India

          The hotel is pretty neat, rooms are bigger. What's really good about them is the service. They let us stay for few more hours than our check-out time. Also they kept the luggage for the whole day in their locker rooms with no extra fee. We had a Bus at night to London, they were very accommodating on the whole. Fully Recommended.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Edinburgh City Hotel

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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          London to Edinburgh

          A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 20, 2015

          4 photos

          ... to Kings Cross Station for the train to Edinburgh and the taxi driver had to take some back roads because the Chinese President was going to visit the Queen today and there were many roadblocks and diversions he had to avoid. Our train was late leaving London because of a mechanical issue but once we got going we really moved through the countryside. We sat at a table in the middle of the carriage and opposite ...

          Edinburgh Castle, City and Scottish show

          A travel blog entry by brookemalcolm on Aug 03, 2015

          2 comments, 42 photos

          ... face & weren't very good. We will be back here anyway & can take more then if we want to, so no biggie. Edinburgh itself is an old city and the buildings all pretty much look the same. The cobblestone pathways can be difficult if you are wearing the wrong shoes and both Mal & I were treading very carefully. At least the sun was out all day today, unlike last night. The castle is very ...

          Day 2: Scotland of Old

          A travel blog entry by bkritter on Jul 16, 2014

          33 photos

          ... the Old Town flows down the hill via The Royal Mile to Holyrood Palace, the ancient place of kings and now the current residence of the Queen when she is in Scotland.

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          Whole Lotta Love for Edinburgh

          A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 29, 2014

          25 photos

          ... cold, and ran into this Italian restaurant that happened to have ice cream/gelato/italian ice or something like that. It was actually so amazing too, after sharing with all of each other to try all the flavors we were convinced there was no bad flavor. Dinner was at a ****** hotel near ours, so my roommate and I improvised late night by ordering take away pizza with the help of Ms Guerrant! With full stomachs and an amazing day left in our brains we slept well. ...

          Day Two

          A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 23, 2014

          4 photos

          ... our tour guides what they were doing. Our guide tried to politely get the man to leave before telling him to "shove off then". Though the tour was bitterly cold and windy at a couple of stops, it was informative and highly literary. The guides recited a great deal of poetry, much of which was done in the Scots language, and it was beautiful to hear. We concluded the tour and headed off to supper. The first restaurant that we ate at, called 1780, gave us a fantastic selection of ...