Set in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, this charming 4 star Top Secret Hotel is a fine choice for both business and leisure travellers looking for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Nearby to many of the city’s major attractions such as Arthur’s Seat, Fleshmarket Close, National Galleries of Scotland and St Giles Cathedral, this hotel has a prime location for exploring the endless delights Edinburgh has to offer. Public transport links, such as the Waverley Train Station, are also within easy reach and provide straightforward and quick access to every corner of the city.
The property itself boasts a great deal of convenient services to guarantee guests are well-looked after and feel at home during their stay, including room service, dry cleaning, onsite valet parking, currency exchange and WiFi. It also boasts a superb restaurant serving locally sourced game and seafood dishes and an intimate bar for drinks and snacks throughout the day. After a busy day discovering the sights and sounds of the city, take some time out to unwind in the Leisure Club and spa, where you can decide between working out in the gym or getting pampered with a well-being massage. The well-appointed guest rooms are beautifully decorated and fitted with air conditioning, a mini-bar, safe box and television. Don’t miss out on these amazing rates at a classy city centre hotel!
Edinburgh is jam-packed with exciting attractions and places of interest, so whether this is your first or hundredth time to the city, you’ll never be short of something to see or do. The iconic Scott Monument was built in 1846 as a tribute to Sir Walter Scott, the celebrated author, and remains the largest monument to a literate in the world. If you can bear the climb of 287 steps to the top, the reward of spectacular panoramic views is well worth it! Even if you don’t quite manage it to the pinnacle, there are still remarkable views from several stop points along the way.
The nearby St Giles’ Cathedral is a must see for history and art enthusiasts, having been partially built as far back as the 12th century and featuring stunning stained glass windows. From the outside, the impressive crown spire is visible from almost everywhere in the city and acts as a landmark and visual guide. Upon entering you will be able to admire the roundabout 200 memorials dedicated to illustrious Scots, as well as the national chivalric company of Knights and the Chapel of the Order of the Thistle.