Edinburgh Hotels & Accommodation
Edinburgh Hotels by Category
Hotels for Waverley Station (18), Murrayfield Stadium Hotels & Accommodation (6), Hotels for Edinburgh Conference Centre (EICC) (11), Edinburgh University Hotels (7), Accommodation near Leith (6), Edinburgh Airport Hotels (7), Accommodation near Edinburgh Castle (41), Accommodation for Edinburgh Playhouse (18), Hotels near Edinburgh Botanical Gardens (3), Hotel Accommodation near Edinburgh Bus Station (6), Accommodation near Waverley Rail Station (9)
Edinburgh Royal Mile Holiday Apartments Rental (3), Luxury Edinburgh Serviced Apartments (13), Holiday Apartments in Edinburgh New Town (11), Holiday Apartments near Edinburgh Princes Street (4), 3 Star Edinburgh Self Catering Apartments (8), Edinburgh Old Town Holiday Apartments (5)
Our Edinburgh Faves!
Hotels and Accommodation in Edinburgh including a choice selection of Edinburgh hotels, guesthouses, apartments, hostels and B & Bs - all categorised and located to their different areas of the city. We also have online booking for Edinburgh hotels where you can compare 30 different travel sites to find the best and cheapest rates for you, click here for our Edinburgh Hotels comparison engine.
As one of the most popular city destinations in the UK, Edinburgh is simply jammed full of visitor accommodation from stately and famous 5 star hotels to semi-squalid hostels and B&Bs. Although Edinburgh is a geographically small city where almost everything is in walking distance from somewhere else it is alway helpful to locate yourself close to where you actually want to be. We have categorised our Edinburgh Hotels for that purpose and continue to slice and dice them to help you choose the most appropriate hotels in Edinburgh for you.
Most hotel groups are represented here but the real prize in Edinburgh are the multitude of small guesthouses and B&Bs which line so many streets. In the Edinburgh New Town which is the Georgian centre is some of the most charming accommodation with their high roofs and splendid windows.
Sir Walter Scott called Edinburgh "My own romantic town". The town centre is divided by Princes Street into two - The Old Town with its alleys and theNew Town in Grecian style to the north. The Old Town inspired Robert Louis Stevenson to write The strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
Find out more more about Edinburgh from our extensive Edinburgh Visitor Guide.