Edinburgh

Apr 22, 2019 - Apr 23, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Headed to Edinburgh and seeking a great deal on a hotel? Look no further. Booking a hotel for your trip to Edinburgh is half the battle when it comes to planning a great trip, and we all know that this part of the equation can make or break your Edinburgh vacation. Luckily though, there's an accommodating trove of hotel pricing search guides, hotel searches, and overall travel wisdom to make your trip to Edinburgh a comfortable, relaxing and entertaining stay, no matter when you're staying or how long you'll be there.

Your first stop on the Edinburgh hotel hunt is to check out the hotel search page here that will help present you with every possible hotel option that's available during the time you're planning your trip to Edinburgh . Search, compare, scope every lodging-- and end up with the best hotel that's perfect for you and your Edinburgh trip. It's as easy as using a search engine--and checking out these essential tips for figuring out available accommodations in Edinburgh. Before you know it, you'll be that much closer to your vacation, complete with your perfect place to stay.

Best Hotels to book in Edinburgh

The lovely Neo-Renaissance Balmoral Hotel offers stunning architecture complete with a clock tower, the well-regarded Number One restaurant and relaxing amenities like a pool and spa.

Just as charming, but in a more modern, demure fashion is the Nira Caledonia, boasting hot tub suites and delicious food offerings.

For a fun and funky hotel vibe at a lower price point (but one that doesn't quite fall to hostel room rates) is Edinburgh's Stay Central hotel. Bold, pop-inspired art and bright hues are plentiful in these energetic digs that run under $200 per night.

Where to stay in Edinburgh

Every neighborhood in Edinburgh has something undeniably enchanting to offer.

There's Broughton & Calton, a village home to a display of stoic monuments.

New Town, with a smattering of upscale shops and clubs, is bound to entertain.

The area including Princes Street and Gardens makes for an unforgettable stroll through public gardens.

Check out the Southside and Holyrood area for a student-populated neighborhood with two lovely parks.

Stockbridge and Dean Village render a medieval mill district in your sights, as well as a lovely river view.

Then there's the West End, home to both residential areas and art venues. And if cobbled streets fulfill your Scottish vision, Old Town's medieval vibes and hidden alleys will do the trick.

No matter what hotel you choose in Edinburgh, you're bound to stumble on a memorable adventure. So compare the hotel options that work the best for your unique Edinburgh vision and look forward to settling into all that this lovely city has to offer. After all, it all starts with the perfect hotel--the rest of it is up to you.

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What are travelers saying about Edinburgh?

9.8
History Buffs
6.9
Outdoor Enthusiasts
6.6
Backpackers
6.5
Art & Design Lovers
6.4
Adventure Travelers
Member reviews (297)
Amy J
Amy J
3/19/19

Highly recommend a visit to Arthur’s Seat & Dean Village for some breathtaking views. Don’t miss Calton Hill as well. We loved the castle, but the city as a whole is beautiful and charming.

Colin Cummings
Colin Cummings
3/2/19

I'm very biased as this is my home town. Having left as a pre-teen, then returned on the verge of 21yrs old, I've seen so much of this city. It fills my heart with joy. So much history. So much beauty. Please head of the beaten track. Meet the locals. But, also, hit the castle and all the things us locals ignore. Enjoy this all welcoming city and country!

Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco, California, USA
2/28/19

I was surprised how much I enjoyed this Scottish capital! It's a lovely smaller city that packs a ton of great history and culture along with nice locals and a youthful energy that's contagious. Great spot to visit.

1/10/19

I love Edinburgh, very easy to travel by bus or tram. The royal mile is cool and it’s worth seeing the castle, but it has more to offer than just the royal mile

FAQs

The least expensive month is January, with an average of $104 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Edinburgh is August, with an average price of $259 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was $158 per night. This is 3% less than the average nightly price of $164 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Edinburgh, the expected average temperature in April is 6.9°C/44.3°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 19.2°C/66.6°F. The coolest month is December, with temperatures averaging 0.2°C/32.4°F.
The nearest airport to Edinburgh is Edinburgh (EDI) (6.78 miles). Other nearby airports include: Dundee (35.20 miles)

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