Edinburgh West End area hotel

Classic 4-star hotel near Hyde Park

Classic 4-star hotel near Hyde Park

Booking Agent Description: Relax with an aperitif or a cocktail at the fireplace of this comfortable bar with original chandeliers. This splendid restaurant offers excellent continental cuisine..What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.This four-star Victorian hotel can be found in historic Kensington, a few minutes from the Royal Albert Hall and The Natural History Museum. Set in an authentic Victorian building, this hotel features a traditional British restaurant and cocktail bar. Sit by the grand fireplace or enjoy an Afternoon Tea in this distinctly English hotel. Grab a cocktail at the hotel bar and relax near its open fireplace.

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Located in the west of the city and less than 10km away from the airport, this Hot Rate Hotel is conveniently situated close to a number of attractions, including Edinburgh Castle.

The property provides guests with high speed Internet access in all bedrooms, allowing you to surf the web to help you choose where to visit during your stay in Edinburgh. Guests also have access to the efficient self-service laundry room on site, and the property is close to a number of public transport links, including Haymarket Railway Station.

As the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh is home to the National Museum, where visitors can enjoy learning about the fascinating history of Scotland as well as exhibits including science and technology, art, and the natural world. One of the most popular attractions within the museum is the stunning Ancient Egyptian collection, where visitors can get up close to coffins and mummy masks, as well as a range of other unique items such as a double-coffin for brothers Petamun and Penhorpabik. The Scottish galleries also provide visitors with the chance to see some fascinating objects ranging from hundreds of years ago to the present day, including sculptures from 600 BC, the Millennium Clock Tower, and the Queen Mary Harp. The museum has a superb Brasserie serving a range of hot and cold meals, and there is also a Balcony Café on the third level of the building. The main highlight however is the award-winning Tower restaurant. Diners can enjoy stunning views of Edinburgh Castle from the top of the tower, with previous customers including Catherine Zeta-Jones, Joanna Lumley and Helena Bonham-Carter.

A visit to Scotland for whisky lovers would not be complete without a Scotch Whisky Experience Tour, which provides visitors with a fascinating insight into how the world famous export is made and how it became the global success it is today. Tours are conducted by expert guides with extensive knowledge behind the craft of whisky-making, and include interactive displays, a walk through a replica distillery, and of course free samples along the way. As well as the tours, the gift shop is also one of the main highlights here, with over 300 malts to choose from. Enjoy using the interactive flavour map to find your ideal malt, or use the pick ‘n’ mix option to make your very own unique blend.

We hope you have a wonderful time in Edinburgh!