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Luxurious Edinburgh hideaway with castle views

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Edinburgh City Centre, Scotland

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Luxurious Edinburgh hideaway with castle views

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Edinburgh City Centre, Scotland

8.5

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Excellent Business Hotel

Top 2% in city

Excellent Luxury Hotel

Top 3% in city

Excellent City Hotel

Top 7% in city

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Bed down at a swanky hotel at the heart of Edinburgh, close to the Scottish capital's iconic sights - includes breakfast, a bottle of prosecco, a dining discount and more
  • Historic Edinburgh digs: Oozing old-meets-new glamour from a restored 19th-century building, DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre is the perfect base for a stylish city break. You'll be just moments from top sights like Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile, while inside you'll find sleek contemporary interiors and high-end amenities for a smooth and luxurious stay.

  • Top-notch dining: Start each day with a hearty breakfast at the airy Bread Street Brasserie, and return later on for daily specials and fresh local fare. Elsewhere, the sleek Monboddo will win you over with its relaxed atmosphere and refined menu, from Scottish-style tapas and Scotch Sirloin steak to indulgent desserts and signature cocktails. And for light bites, live music and panoramic views, the uber-popular SKYbar awaits with its sweeping vistas of the Castle and city skyline.

  • Relax and unwind: After long days strolling around markets and exploring the Royal Mile, retreat to your stylish guest room to kick back in total tranquillity. Large windows ensure great views and plenty of natural light, while elegant modern décor and premium bedding promise a peaceful night's sleep. And if you're looking to keep up your fitness regime while you're away, the hotel's well-equipped gym will be at your disposal.

Amenities


- Wi-Fi
- Two restaurants and a bar
- Fitness centre
- 24-hour front desk
- Concierge service
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Parking (see 'Offer details')
- Pet friendly (see 'Offer details')  

How to get there

DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre occupies a prime central location, just a little south of Edinburgh Castle. If you're coming by train, Edinburgh Waverley and Haymarket stations are between 15 and 20 minutes' walk away, while Edinburgh Airport is a 25-minute drive away or a half-hour's bus ride on the Airport Express (alight at Shandwick Place and walk for 10 minutes).

Entry requirements


The passport, visa and health requirements (including those related to COVID-19) at the time of booking can be viewed on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website for UK citizens, and on the Department of Foreign Affairs website for IE citizens. It is your responsibility to ensure that you and all members of your party are in possession of all necessary travel and health documents, and in compliance with any other immigration/entry requirements, before you travel.

  • Historic Edinburgh digs: Oozing old-meets-new glamour from a restored 19th-century building, DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre is the perfect base for a stylish city break. You'll be just moments from top sights like Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile, while inside you'll find sleek contemporary interiors and high-end amenities for a smooth and luxurious stay.

  • Top-notch dining: Start each day with a hearty breakfast at the airy Bread Street Brasserie, and return later on for daily specials and fresh local fare. Elsewhere, the sleek Monboddo will win you over with its relaxed atmosphere and refined menu, from Scottish-style tapas and Scotch Sirloin steak to indulgent desserts and signature cocktails. And for light bites, live music and panoramic views, the uber-popular SKYbar awaits with its sweeping vistas of the Castle and city skyline.

  • Relax and unwind: After long days strolling around markets and exploring the Royal Mile, retreat to your stylish guest room to kick back in total tranquillity. Large windows ensure great views and plenty of natural light, while elegant modern décor and premium bedding promise a peaceful night's sleep. And if you're looking to keep up your fitness regime while you're away, the hotel's well-equipped gym will be at your disposal.

Amenities


- Wi-Fi
- Two restaurants and a bar
- Fitness centre
- 24-hour front desk
- Concierge service
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Parking (see 'Offer details')
- Pet friendly (see 'Offer details')  

How to get there

DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre occupies a prime central location, just a little south of Edinburgh Castle. If you're coming by train, Edinburgh Waverley and Haymarket stations are between 15 and 20 minutes' walk away, while Edinburgh Airport is a 25-minute drive away or a half-hour's bus ride on the Airport Express (alight at Shandwick Place and walk for 10 minutes).

Entry requirements


The passport, visa and health requirements (including those related to COVID-19) at the time of booking can be viewed on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website for UK citizens, and on the Department of Foreign Affairs website for IE citizens. It is your responsibility to ensure that you and all members of your party are in possession of all necessary travel and health documents, and in compliance with any other immigration/entry requirements, before you travel.

Location and what's nearby

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34 Bread St, Edinburgh EH3 9AF

Edinburgh is a city of contrasts. While it’s easy to catch an epic, uninterrupted view of its skyline from one of the many lookouts, the longer you spend wandering around, the sooner you’ll realize that these storied streets are full of twisting, turning alleyways you couldn’t make out from a distance – and centuries of secrets. 

Start by soaking up the city's history at nearby Edinburgh Castle, before venturing just beyond to the Scottish National Gallery. From here, continue on past the Scottish National Portrait Gallery to leafy New Town and Stockbridge, the charming, village-like neighbourhood that's famous for its splendid Georgian architecture, independent boutiques, cosy cafés and bevy of vintage and charity shops. Alternatively, stick around the Scott Monument and saunter past the lively shops of Princes Street, before circling back via the Royal Mile, the National Museum of Scotland, and the historic buildings of the University of Edinburgh.