Want to trace the footsteps of royalty and clansmen at Edinburgh Castle? Discover the off-the-beaten-track beauty or chat with the locals over a whisky or three in the Highlands? Whether its ancient history, modern art or just the most mouth-watering local cuisine you’re looking for, you can experience them all in Scotland.
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4.5 based on 458 reviews
This brand-new 128-room aparthotel in the Scottish capital offers a range of design-led studio, one and two-bedroom apartments, all of which deliver the Staycity blend of home and hotel, but with lashings of Wilde’s signature style. This means home comforts, such as fully equipped kitchens, and hotel services such as 24 hour reception. Located 0.3km from Edinburgh Castle.
Staff were outstanding , it was our anniversary and they went beyond to make us feel welcome and spiecial . Room was so modern and stylish and had everything you would need. Such a comfy bed with a view of the castle
5 based on 2168 reviews
The new modern classic.
Excellent hotel, staff very friendly and efficient, breakfast was delicious. It was a very comfortable room with good facilities. From reception staff to restaurant and staff servicing our room - they were all excellent. This must be my favourite hotel in Glasgow
4.5 based on 2480 reviews
Welcome to Radisson RED Hotel, Glasgow, your Glasgow “home away from home.” Radisson RED Hotel, Glasgow aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Close to some of Glasgow's most popular Radisson RED Hotel, Glasgow is a great destination for tourists. Rooms at Radisson RED Hotel, Glasgow offer a flat screen TV, AC and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi. A 24 hour fitness center and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. Looking to explore? Then look no further than Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum (0.8 mi), Glasgow Science Centre (0.5 mi), and Glasgow West End (1.2 mi), which are some popular Glasgow attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel. Radisson RED Hotel, Glasgow puts the best of Glasgow at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We came back for our 5th visit in the last year! This is our go to hotel in Glasgow and gets better every visit! Huge thanks to Graham for looking after us so we’ll despite him not physically being in the building - your team are a credit to you! The pizza’s in the Oui Bar are exceptional! Can’t wait to come back next month for TRNSMT!
5 based on 1853 reviews
We’ve created an award-winning collection of luxury, serviced apartments that combine stylish design with all the benefits of home, where the great city location is the cherry on top. They are most definitely apartments done distinctively. Like home, but better. We’ve put some serious thought into designing apartments that not only encourage easy living, but look stunning from floor-to-ceiling. Whilst you kick off your shoes and settle in, we’ll quietly be beavering away in the background to ensure that all the important little details are taken care of – in a nutshell, it’s the best bits of hotel service with the added freedom of apartment living. Lateral City’s eclectic portfolio of apartments includes three distinct and rather magnificent properties. There’s Merchiston Residence, set in a leafy residential quarter, a short stroll from the city centre, 15th-century Old Town Chambers, just off Prince’s Street, and our newest jewel, The Edinburgh Grand, smack-bang in the beating heart of town. Unique and idiosyncratic in character they ooze the uncommon, but all share our passion for stylish design, contemporary features and ultra-modern technology. We don’t define your stay, we’re simply here to make it that bit more amazing.
We visited back in feb/March for my Husbands birthday (sorry for the late review, my other TA account got locked so made a new account!!). The hotel were really understanding that we’ve had to move our reservation a couple of times due to covid, and we’re so welcoming. Excellent location in the old town part, so close to many fab restaurants and bars and of course the castle. Thank you (to Michael I think that was his name?!!) who arranged little touches to our room for my Husband on his special birthday. Next time we sort a break in Edinburgh we will be back without a doubt. Highly recommend :)
5 based on 645 reviews
Fingal opened in January 2019 in the historic Port of Leith as a unique addition to Edinburgh’s hotel scene following a £5 million development. This former Northern Lighthouse Board ship, begins an exciting new chapter offering beautiful cabins, dining and entertaining space. Developed by The Royal Yacht Britannia, Fingal’s 23 luxury cabins are each named after Stevenson lighthouses, inspired by her rich maritime heritage. Sleek corridors lined with lighthouse images lead to the choice of cabins, from a luxury cabin with access to the deck, a duplex cabin with comfortable living space or the stunning Skerryvore Suite with extensive outdoor space to relax and entertain. Carefully considered design offers the highest specifications of craftmanship and finish, with nautical touches and polished woods. Sumptuous Scottish leathers and the finest linens are in colour palates inspired by Fingal’s journey from land and sea.
We were touring around UK and Scotland and had high hopes for this self proclaimed luxury hotel. The staff were friendly but the hotel was like a ghost ship. The dining room with dramatic staircase shown on the brochure with lovely bar is saved for weddings not guests of the hotel. Guests are all squeezed into a restaurant/bar/lounge on the top deck whilst you walk past a vast empty room next to reception. there's not enough room for you to gather with your friends for a drink whilst meals are being served so you have no choice but to leave the hotel just to hang out together. white gloves are worn by the staff but not silver service train and they plonk the food down and fling the napkins at you which was quite amusing but you need a standard to call yourselves luxury,
4.5 based on 2763 reviews
Ten Hill Place is one of Edinburgh’s most desirable city-center hotels. Our stylish hotel boasts a number of awards including conference hotel of the year 2015 and hotel chef of the year. We have 129 bedrooms, and are consistently praised for our very friendly staff and going that extra mile to ensure our guests enjoy their stay. As a result, we have many customers that visit us repeatedly. We are a matter of minutes away from all Edinburgh city-center attractions by foot and are close to all local transport links if you want to venture that little bit further. Our wine-bar and restaurant provide the best quality Scottish produce with a vast plethora of Corney and Barrow wines. We are Edinburgh's charitable hotel and donate profits to The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Money spent at the hotel improves patient outcomes and saves lives the world over by delivering much needed surgical skills to all corners of the globe. Why not consider us the next time you visit Edinburgh?
Plenty of power points to charge phone, laptop etc at the same time. Two indivldual radiators with temperature control setting.One is in the room, the other one in the bathroom. Handy to keep towels dry. Good sized fridge can be handy if you stay here for multiple nights. Supermarkets are around the corner. Down side is the windows are not double glazed so one night I stayed it was bit noisy with traffic.
5 based on 242 reviews
St Andrews is a must-visit destination: from being a Scottish setting for Royal romance, to its famous West Sands beach which was immortalized in the Oscar-winning movie Chariots of Fire, it's Cathedral, aquarium and boutiques. Oh, and did we mention golf? Rusacks St Andrews is within a sand wedge of the 18th hole of the world-famous Old Course. Stylishly remodeled on a golfing theme, Rusacks St Andrews offers luxurious accommodation occupied by some of the great names in the game's history. Unquestionably Scotland's greatest golfing hotel, we even have a dedicated Golf Concierge so you won't miss a thing. The Bridge is a family-friendly dining experience, with views over the infamous St Andrews' Swilcan Bridge and the Old Course. Enjoy a range of British and European dishes here. Eighteen is a destination rooftop restaurant and bar with unrivalled views across St Andrews' Old Course and West Sands Beach.
Great Hotel, Great Location and Great People. This was not our first time to the Rusacks as we have been going there for over 15 years. This was our first time since the new part of the Hotel opened and it is so much better. Everything was perfect from checking in to checking out. Excellent facilities and the new bar on the top floor is amazing with the best view in St Andrews
5 based on 2257 reviews
Winners of The Scottish Hotel Awards Guest House of the Year 2019 & 2018 and the AA's Scottish B&B Breakfast of of the Year 2019 Breakfast of the Year. Craigmhor Lodge & Courtyard is tucked away in enchanting woodland in central Pitlochry. We offer a luxury retreat and an ideal base for exploring Highland Perthshire. Our accommodation comprises of 3 tasteful bedrooms in the Victorian Lodge and 12 luxury Courtyard rooms - many with private balcony or garden terrace . These rooms are the perfect choice for those who appreciate thoughtful touches such as blue tooth music systems & spacious bathrooms. Relax and let Craigmhor work its magic!
We managed to get the last room for the weekend. From when we arrived until we left we felt that the experience was far superior than other alternatives that we’d had before. Jane, Calum and Bailey were all so welcoming and treated us like real guests. The breakfast was incredible and shouldn’t be missed. The room fee was a little more than some of the other local alternatives but far superior. Small details as decent espresso machines, quality towels and Scottish soaps made the stay feel like a retreat. Don’t miss staying here. Avoid 3rd party booking websites as there wasn’t any saving for us and support these lovely people by booking online directly. I looked for the red squirrels but couldn’t see them. I’ll bring some nuts next time. Thanks. Dave and S
5 based on 674 reviews
Like Glasgow’s music scene, ibis Styles Glasgow Cental is hard to beat for its quality, creativity and vibrancy. Our Glasgow music themed bedrooms include support acts such as, Sweetbed beds, free WiFi, buffet breakfast (chargeable), coffee and snacks available in our lounge all day every day as always!
I found checking in was easy, the restaurant/bar also does check ins and the 5 or so days I was there, they were always very fun and friendly. The room was kind of basic, had lots of windows so that was nice, a big bed and a chair, with no table. There was a night table on the other side of the bed. The room was kind of elongated with a hall wall, and at the end near the door you had cupboard space for things, though not near the bed at all. Just a strange design, but could have been the rooms at the end of the halls facing Waterloo St that were like this. There was outlets on either side of the bed as well for charging which was nice, in the wall itself and the bathroom also had a universal adapter for various voltages. Bathroom wasn't big, but was fine and not cramped at all. Shower had good water pressure, though the door didn't always fit properly, and water sometimes tended to get out onto the floor. You also need to use your keycard to power up the room. One of the bonuses of this hotel is that if you keep your "Do Not Disturb" sign out over night and when the housekeeping comes by, you get a free drink coupon under your door. I ended up with 4 free pints of beer during my stay as I never used housekeeping at all as I had no need to bymyself. Save the environment, get beer, well you can also get other beverages as well. The bar/restaurant was big and really kind of fun. Lots of different style chairs, tables and couches to sit in. You had individual chairs, ones for a few friends, ones you can sit at and meet new people and so on. There was also a game area in the back that had I think a coffee or drink machine for free and pool and other games as well that were all included. Location is pretty good, a couple of blocks from Glasgow Central Station and not far from the nightlife along Sauchiehall St. There are a few buses, but best was the #500 Airport Express stop is just across the street pretty much. I liked this place and was happy to get it after my other hotel ended up cancelling on me. I'd stay here again and really enjoyed the staff working there, they really made it fun.
4.5 based on 670 reviews
Historical architecture, and modern amenities - you can get the best of both worlds with a stay at hub by Premier Inn Edinburgh Haymarket. Explore nearby attractions like Edinburgh Castle, go bargain-hunting in the boutiques of Haymarket, or make the most of the area's budding business centre. With great transport links nearby - plus a Lounge restaurant in-house - you'll have the best of the city right on your doorstep. Catch up with friends online or watch the latest blockbuster movies through your smart TV. Customise the lighting and the temperature with our app. Stay connected with super-fast, free Wi-Fi*, and experience the city at your fingertips. There's a choice of two room types at this hub hotel - Standard and Bigger.
Upon check in we were told that the luggage room was full and that we would have to sit and wait for two hours as there were no available rooms. Shortly after we witnessed a gentleman being checked in and given a room to then have to ask again and the staff only offering us a room after we re approached them. We stayed three nights and in that time the room was not cleaned once nor were any towels replaced which as per the guidance we had to leave in the shower tray to have replaced. Overall the hotel is clean, tidy and everything you would want for a couple of nights but the experience falls short when the basics go undone.
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