Enjoy a space of your own to live and relax in during your visit to Edinburgh at this boutique city centre apartment. Sat in the heart of the buzzing city centre, on the most famous street and amongst iconic landmarks such as the Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood, and many restaurants, cafés and museums, they make the ideal base to explore the capital. A great alternative to booking a hotel room, the spacious studios allow you the flexibility and privacy to ensure a comfortable and relaxing stay, with ample space to live, work and play.
The building provides every apartment with services including complimentary WiFi and onsite parking, as well as 24 hour security for your utmost safety. Each one is laid out and designed with the guests comfort in mind, with an open plan living area, dining area and roomy bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The kitchenette is fully-fitted with high-spec utilities such as a dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, so that you can cook and prepare food from your own apartment rather than eating out every day. All other facilities are also the latest technology from the iPod and iPhone dock to the HD television with Sky sports and movie channels, plus DVD player and free safe box with laptop capacity.
If you enjoy shopping and browsing independent boutiques or luxury department stores, you’re in the right place as Princes Street is brimming with retail opportunities. You’ll be able to pick up almost everything, from typical souvenirs for loved ones back home to designer garments for a special occasion. A specially unique and established clothing store is Armstrong’s, the vintage fashion emporium first opened in 1848. Covering a wide range of decades and stocking a huge selection of pieces, you can spend hours and hours rummaging through tea-dresses and flares. Or if it’s shoes you’re after, they can order bespoke satin shoes to suit your exact taste.
Moored in front of the Ocean Terminal is Scotland’s shining star of the sea and one of its biggest tourist attractions, the former Royal Yacht Britannia. The grand and imposing ship was once the home to the royal family during their overseas travels, until it was decommissioned in 1997. The design of the interior is characteristic of the 1950’s and the décor is a direct reflection of Her Majesty’s simple and modest taste. Take the audio guide tour for an intriguing insight into the private life of the royal family aboard the Britannia.