Experience a hotel near entertainment and shopping! Boasting a prime location, ideal for the business and entertainment districts in Edinburgh, this modern and stylish 3 star Top Secret Hotel is a fine choice to make a base for your upcoming trip to the capital. Whether you are visiting on business or leisure, you are bound to find everything you need here for a comfortable and relaxing stay. The wide range of convenient services includes air-conditioning, dry cleaning, onsite parking, WiFi and luggage room. Business travellers are more than welcome to make use of the conference rooms with audio-visual equipment, overhead projector and photocopying facilities during their stay. The property also has its own brasserie restaurant that is perfect for casual dining and means you don’t have to leave the hotel for light food and drink. At the end of a busy day, there is no better place to come back to than your spacious guest room with comfortable bed, CD and DVD player, coffee and tea facilities and luxurious en-suite bathroom.
Throughout the calendar year Edinburgh plays host to many special events, festivities and celebrations so whatever time you’re planning to visit, there is bound to be something new and exciting to see, on top of all the regular tourist attractions. In December, the Christmas Market lights up the streets around Princes Street Gardens with charming stalls selling candy canes and baubles. A ride on the Ferris wheel is a must-do, and especially at twilight when the whole experience is made even more magical. Another activity bound to put you in the Christmas spirit is ice skating under the stars and around the fairy-lit trees.
If you’re in town in the summer instead, you’ll be able to be a part of the magic of the Festival. The Fringe Festival is a huge part of Edinburgh’s identity and takes over the city every year in the form of wildly creative performances, shows and sketches from every walk of life. You can easily spend an entire day being entertained by the countless productions, only stopping for some lunch and a few beers! At the very end of the Festival, there is a huge firework display to round off the whole event in style. Join the other 250,000 spectators and be mesmerized by the spectacle of light and sound provided for by the stunning Scottish Chamber Orchestra, which can be seen and heard from anywhere in the city – popular spots include Arthur’s Seat, Calton Hill and Princes Street. Enjoy!