This recently opened Top Secret Hotel, ‘Modern hotel close to airport & great link to city – 4 star – Edinburgh’, is on the western edge of the city offering guests great access to the airport, excellent leisure facilities and quick and easy links to the city centre. This is an ideal choice for business travellers and families. The proximity to the airport means that for short business trips or weekend getaways, the journeys to and from the hotel are fast and straightforward. The property also provides guests with free onsite parking for convenience and security.
Families travelling with children of all ages will be welcomed warmly by the hotel and its staff, and well accommodated to by services such as a specific children’s menu, a children’s play area and cots or extra beds available for the guest rooms. Whilst the children are entertained in the play area, adults can relax and unwind in the gym and indoor swimming pool before sinking into the Jacuzzi or sweating it out in the steam room. Each comfortable and contemporary guest room is fully-fitted with climate control and double-glazed windows to ensure a good night’s rest, as well as a work desk, en-suite bathroom, coffee and tea facilities and TV and radio.
Once you’ve visited all the tourist attractions, museums and galleries you wanted to see, indulge in some retail therapy before you head home. Edinburgh is brimming with independent boutiques, high street favourites and designer stores, plus of course plenty of souvenir and gift shops, so there’s something for everyone and every pocket! Hidden behind the charming St Andrew Square is Multrees Walk, where you’ll be able to find exclusive boutiques such as Louis Vuitton, Mulberry and Armani, as well as the country’s only Harvey Nichols department store. The famous store is home to hundreds of designer labels for the latest fashions, beauty products, accessories and technology. The food halls are a feast for the senses; shelves upon shelves of exquisite confectionary, local delicacies and fine wines. When you’ve tired of browsing, head up to the fourth floor and enjoy a delicious cocktail or glass of champagne and admire the view from the rooftop terrace bar.
After dinner or drinks, end the evening watching a theatre production at the famous Playhouse or Traverse theatres. Both are dedicated in showcasing the newest talents in writing and producing and often premiere national theatre group plays before they tour. If you’re lucky enough to be in town during the Festival or the Fringe you’ll be spoilt for choice with theatre!