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Edinburgh City Hotel
79 Lauriston Place
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH3 9HZ | View map

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A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at one of Edinburgh’s best kept secrets, the Best Western Edinburgh City Hotel. Perfectly placed in the very heart of Edinburgh, this delightful 3 star hotel is steeped in character and history, yet cool and contemporary with all the charm of a traditional Hotel.For business travellers to Edinburgh, the EICC and financial district are only a short stroll away. If you are planning a leisure break, Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile and the old Town of Edinburgh are only a few minutes from the Hotel. Also, within easy reach are the numerous bars, cafes and shops that make Edinburgh such a great city break destination.Mix of traditional and contemporary interiors. All rooms with free WiFi, welcome tray, telephone, alarm clocks and en-suite withshower in bath. Guests can access to secure parking nearby at a preferential rate. Whether your stay is business or pleasure, the Best Western Edinburgh City Hotel is the perfect choice and is sure to make your visit to Edinburgh a memorable one.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
STB 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 52
Number Ensuite: 52
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