For travelers on a tight budget there are 82 reasonably priced options to choose from, such as The Cameron Bed And Breakfast and The West End Hotel with rates at 11£. Leith House is a budget choice that is only a 20-minute walk to Palace of Holyroodhouse. St Christopher'S Edinburgh is an affordable choice that is only a 5-minute walk to Edinburgh Waverley train station.
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Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
Staying somewhere like Safestay Edinburgh or The Principal Edinburgh George Street will put you in a central location. The Baxter Hostel hostel is within easy walking distance of a theatre and monuments and 450 meters away from the city center. For a hotel in the iconic Broughton district, choose Twelve Picardy Place that comes with a golf course, billiards and darts.
Foodies should consider staying in hotels such as Premier Inn Lauriston Place, which is a 3-star hotel located near Camera Obscura and World of Illusions as well as amidst a plethora of restaurants, like Kanpai Sushi. Visitors that enjoy nature might pick a hotel near parks and gardens, like Ibis Edinburgh Centre South Bridge Hotel next to Gilded Balloon Basement Theatre.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Edinburgh
Aaran Lodge Guest House is stylish accommodation that is a 15-minute walk from Portobello Swim Centre and is equipped with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a solarium. Numerous boutique hotels can be found in Newington district, including the 4-star Kildonan Lodge Hotel and Fraser Suites Edinburgh. Cairn is a top-rated chain hotel in New Town district, and is situated within easy reach of Mercat Cross.
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Those who want to stay on the cheaper side can book Southside Guest House as this apartment welcomes guests to stay at 257£ per night. We have great B&B accommodation options, such as Edinburgh Playhouse Apartments with a room rate from 190£. Consider staying at St Bernards House with family-friendly amenities like a casino, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. Make sure to choose Holiday Inn Edinburgh near Edinburgh Castle - a top-rated resort with views of the city centre.
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What's Edinburgh Like?
There are so many cathedrals, museums and gardens to visit, you can easily become overwhelmed trying to see it all in Edinburgh. The best way to start your exploration of the city is with a map of the town. There is an older part of the city, still guarded by the 11th-century Edinburgh castle, as well as a "newer" Georgian part of town, where development was begun in earnest in the late 18th century. Between the two areas are wonderful parks, shops, and restaurants. Several main thoroughfares connect the areas of the town, with alleys and small courtyards called "closes" connecting the main roads to one another. You can be in the bustling center of town one moment, and be out near the hills of Arthur's Seat the next. If you love adventure, and your traveling companion loves literature, you'll both have fun climbing the many stairs of the Sir Walter Scott monument. History buffs will love the National Museum of Scotland, while whiskey aficionados will appreciate the many distillers that offer tastings and souvenirs. Staying at one of top Edinburgh hotels you get a great opportunity to visit all of these wonderful places and even more. Hotelmix.co.uk is happy to help you make the best choice and select the finest Edinburgh lodging.
How to Get Along with Locals in Edinburgh
If you want to impress the locals in Edinburgh, you should embrace their traditional foods, such as haggis. If you order this dish and find it a little strange, don't make disparaging comments, as this is considered rude. Also, don't put your elbows on your table, and don't eat with your hands; Scots eat nearly everything with fork and knife. In formal and informal situations, refrain from using your phone during the dinner. Do experience some delicious local customs, like having a hot cup of tea with some shortbread, or trying the national soft drink, called Irn Bru. It's okay to tip 10%, but it's not okay to ask to take your leftovers home with you. In public, burping, blowing your nose, or talking in a very loud voice are considered boorish behavior. Even if you're unsure about proper etiquette, being polite, friendly, and helpful will score you many points with the locals. Book your Edinburgh hotel room and enjoy the wonderful spirit of Ireland. Remember that you can trust Hotelmix.co.uk for all of your Edinburgh hotel rooms.