An ideal choice for both business and leisure travellers to the Scottish capital, this stylish and comfortable Top Secret Hotel guarantees a relaxing stay. Located in the heart of the city centre and on the doorstep to one of the most renowned and prestigious streets in Edinburgh, this 4 star hotel is perfectly positioned for exploring the many sights and attractions in the area. Nearby Princes Street is home to a multitude of boutiques, independent shops and department stores, as well as many restaurants, bars and cafés so is the perfect pit-stop for any visitor to the city. Other attractions in the local area include the Museum of Scotland, Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh Zoo and St Andrew Square. The hotel itself provides its guests with an extensive list of services and facilities to meet all your vacation and business trip requirements. For your convenience and security there is onsite parking, a night porter and a reception open 24 hours a day. Each of the guest rooms is fully fitted with a flat screen television, work desk, coffee and tea facilities, trouser press and double-glazed windows. The hotel also boasts a charming restaurant suitable for families and a bar for evening rendezvous. Grab this great deal, perfect for city centre shopping!
Edinburgh is a melting pot of culture, history and popular entertainment, so whether you prefer spending your days visiting castles and museums, window shopping along the famous Princes Street or taking long walks in the hills – there’s something here for everyone! Sporting types will relish the chance to visit one of Edinburgh’s fine golf courses, set in the rolling country in and around the Pentland Hills and Arthur’s Seat. The views over the surrounding countryside from the holes are spectacular and make the game even more exciting and unique. Two of the best are Braid Hills and Duddingston, which has a winding stream through the course for an added challenge.
When you’ve visited the sights, browsed the shops and climbed the hill it might be time for a well-deserved beverage, and why not do it in traditional Edinburgh form? There remain only a few truly authentic pubs around the city that have kept their original charm and modesty in competition with the swanky new bars and nightspots, so finding them can be tricky – but the search is well worth it! For rustic country charm, head to the Sheep Heid Inn where you’ll be rewarded for your climb over Arthur’s Seat in the shape of a refreshing pint. The dollhouse-sized Royal Oak is a delightful destination where you can expect to hear the sounds of fiddles, guitars and squeezeboxes. The Sandy Bell’s hosts an open folk music hour every night which gets the locals in high spirits and creates a lively atmosphere.