The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection Hotels
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Glasshouse, Autograph Collection Hotels Edinburgh
It is a really nice hotel but it is a maze to get around. You have to go to the 3rd floor to get to the first where the rooms are.... Very weird and confusing.
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