Indulge in true luxury when you stay at this stylish 5 star Top Secret Hotel, located in the heart of Edinburgh. Its prime location, matched with the superior hospitality and accommodation, makes this hotel undoubtedly one of the finest in the city. The proximity to Waverley Train Station in the city centre means that getting into and out of the city is a breeze. As well as this, the city’s famous Princes Street is only a short distance from the hotel, where you will find a mile-long stretch of shops, restaurants and cafés to suit every taste. The property itself prides itself on showcasing original design features and elegant and sophisticated interior décor. Each well-appointed guest room is spacious and comfortable, with individually styled furniture and furnishings and facilities such as plasma TV, MP3 player, complimentary WiFi, climate control and safe. The leisure facilities are also world-class, for instance guests can relax and enjoy use of the Fitness and Wellness Centre with spa, offering massages and beauty treatments. The hotel restaurant and lobby bar are both perfect spots to rendezvous with friends and loved ones and enjoy excellent food and drink. This sexy, stylish hotel in the centre of Edinburgh is a deal not to be missed!
Edinburgh is brimming with exciting cultural activities and opportunities to be entertained or astounded, so whatever the purpose of your trip and whatever your interests or budget, there is bound to be something to suit. Not many other cities in the world have an extinct volcano in their midst, so the Scottish capital offers a rare treat to be able to climb to the top of one – Arthur’s Seat, also the country’s tallest of its seven hills. The climb gives visitors the chance to breathe some fresh, clear air away from the hustle and bustle of the centre and provides spectacular views all the way up, and especially at the very top. For additional insight into how the natural landmark was formed, visit the geological museum, Our Dynamic Earth, where kids can get involved in interactive demonstrations whilst being educated on the history of the planet.
Another must-see attraction in the city is, of course, Edinburgh Castle. The grand and splendid architectural and historical icon stands as a navigating beacon, from its elevated position above the rest of the city. The collection of buildings and rooms within the walls of the castle are a history lesson in themselves, as many were built and renovated in different centuries and act as a record of each of the passing residents. The oldest surviving building is St Margaret’s Chapel, originally constructed in the 12th century, but later used for storing gunpowder before eventually being restored back for its original purpose in the 19th century. Other features worthwhile visiting are the Crown Room, housing the Honours of Scotland Exhibition, David’s Tower and the onsite National War Museum.