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... t help that I’m so short and could hardly see anyway due to all the umbrellas surrounding me.
Finally the fireworks started and for ten minutes I was no longer cold and the rain didn’t bother me, it was worth the wait. Until the trek home! Never in my life have I seen a crowd so big. Streets crammed full of ...
... local" supermarket about 10mins walk from the Airbnb unit I stayed at for the earlier part of the week. So should last me a while until I find the next lot!
So I’m here for the next three months at least. Of course I’m not writing the address in this blog in case there’s any weirdos out there! But would love some visitors. I even have my own car spot! So let me know. Just buy some groceries for me and your stay and maybe a night out to ...
Finally it was time to actually do something constructive! I decided to head out into the Irish countryside on a day tour to Connemara, a wild part of Western Ireland, north of Galway. We stopped at a few quaint places along the way, including a bridge and a cottage that were filmed in 'The Quiet Man' starring John Wayne. We also stopped to have a look at turf cutting in the peat bogs in Inagh Valley. Western Ireland is mainly bog land, very wet and not ...
... us on a brief trip of the city, driving us through New Town, and showing us some of the iconic landmarks we would see tomorrow morning. We arrived at what was known as the Thistle, or The King James Hotel. Our entertainment was following dinner, so I ordered the lentil soup again (having good luck on this) and the Salmon with vegetables. For desert it was some kind of layered pudding/chocolate/breading kind of concoction, which was rather tasty. ...
... Mum liked the tartan grass and snapped away at the Waverley Hotel. That night we went for dinner but the boys chose fish and chips which did not front up with the goods.
Day three I took Mum and Dad to Urban Angel for brunch where Dad declared he had the best meal of the trip yet. This day was a bit of a write off, Mum and Dad did a bit of shopping and that afternoon we checked out one of the galleries right in town which was nioce. Jason met us after work for ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Tigerlily Edinburgh
My husband and I have just got back from Tigerlily and mostly we found it to be a great place. The location is good in the middle of the New Town, reception, bars and restaurant all look great, and our room was similarly fabulous. We had a mini-suite on the 1st floor (room 2) which was actually recommended by the receptionist as being the best room when we called to book- and it really was lovely. Very large with high ceilings as it was in the original Georgian part of the hotel - huge and very comfortable bed - and minimal trendy bathroom.
Had a great night at Tigerlily. Have been there quite a few times to sample their fabulous cocktails but my husband surprised me with a stay over. The room was in the old part of the building, beautiful high ceilings and lots of unexpected extras such as The White Company products in the bathroom, candles and lights you could dim 'til your hearts content. The furnishing and finishing of the room was excellent. If you can't get booked for dinner try Time for Thai round the corner and if the bar gets too busy just get room service to deliver your Lavender and Chocolate Bellini and sit in your big comfy armchair with your fire switched on and listen to the music on the ipod they so kindly provide pre-loaded with great music (or bring your own). Breakfast was not included in the price, but the receptionist said she would throw it in for the price we had paid for the room. Whilst it was a lovely gesture you would think at £245 a night they could just include it. Service at Breakfast was very very slow but as we were in no hurry to leave it wasn't much of a problem. I would thoroughly recommend it and would love to stay again.
JUST TH BEST
we have just had the most amazing weekend at tigerlily. we have seldom had a better time in the uk. the hotel is truly superb, the staff spot on and the food (including breakfast ) fantastic. the room we had really had everything you could ever want, the fire, plasma and a very very commfy bed!!!. we felt like we never wanted to leave. the weekend was rounded of by us having a boogey in the very stylish club (lulu) downstairs. we have already booked to go again.
Simplement le meilleur
Nous venons de passer le plus merveilleux weekend au Tigerlily. Nous n'avons jamais passé de si bons moments au Royaume Uni. L'hôtel est vraiment superbe, le personnel impeccable et la nourriture (y compris le petit déjeuner) était fantastique. La chambre avait tout ce dont on avait besoin et un lit très très confortable !!! On ne voulait plus partir. Pour couronner le weekend, on a dansé le boogy dans la boite branchée (lulu) juste en bas. Nous avons déjà réservé pour revenir.
Great Girlie Weekend !!
Went on a girlie weekend to Edinburgh and we had booked 3 rooms in Tigerlilly. We had a fab time and all thought the rooms were of a very high standard, with wee touches that you would not expect to find in a standard hotel room. Each of the rooms we had were different, so had fun having a nosey round them all!
The only downside was that we could not eat there for dinner which meant that we had to leave for dinner and then come back as we wanted to have some cocktails in the bar and dance the night away in the club. The one consolation was that we didn't have to stand in line to get back in.
We would all go back and some of us with our other halfs for a romantic night or two away
This is a modern hotel with a real good feel to it.
Tigerlily Hotel : Style and Substance
Stayed at the Tigerlily for a longweekend in Edinburgh. It was love at first sight. For me and my style junkie friends it was a perfect mix of comfort and cool. The whole place shimmers and buzzes...a true flower in the garden that is Edinburgh. Loved the loaded ipods, roomy baths, fabulous (and long) ingenious cocktail menu. Only downside was a limited and not too fabulous room service menu, but there are loads of restaurants nearby, so that really should not put anyone off. Great Location one block from Princes Street means shopping and sightseeing a mere stones throw away. I would go back in a heartbeat.
On the same day I find myself compelled to post reviews of both the best and worst places I have ever stayed, the latter seeming all the more dreadful by its comparison with the former. This, however, is the good one.
There is nothing much to see outside Tigerlily, It looks like just another really busy bar on George Street. We were there on a Saturday night and the bar was jumping. If I hadn't already booked i might not have stayed but I am so glad I did. Entrance to the hotel is through the bar - if you arrive late skip the queue and let the doorman know you are staying at the hotel. Reception staff were welcoming and efficient.