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Salisbury Green Hotel and Conference Centre
18 Holyrood Park Road
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH16 5AY | View map

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The original house at Salisbury Green was built for an Edinburgh merchant, Alexander Scott, in the 1750s, and its supporting walls are still encased within the existing building. The conversion, carried out in 2006, from the student residence to a fine hotel and conference centre. The refurbishment of the building has transformed it into a magnificent, top quality venue.Salisbury Green is a truly top-quality, distinctive and elegant location for your next break or event. Set in beautiful surroundings close to the heart of the city, and part of the University of Edinburgh, Salisbury Green will deliver style and comfort to its guests. The interior design has been carefully developed to reflect the atmosphere and the history of the building and its architecture, and our 36 en-suite bedrooms exude richness and quality.

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