Travelodge Edinburgh Haymarket Hotel

Address: 24 Eglington Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 5BY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Haymarket area of Edinburgh, is near Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Dean Gallery, St. Mary's Cathedral, and FountainPark.
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