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The  Balmoral Hotel

The Balmoral Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 188-room grand railway Balmoral Hotel has been a part of Edinburgh's skyline since 1902 (courtesy of its famous clock tower, which runs three minutes fast to ensure guests never miss their trains). The large, majestic luxury hotel has a range of rooms, from compact, comfortable Classic Rooms to large multi-room suites. The five restaurants, including one with a Michelin star, and bars offer a wealth of choices, and include a brassiere, a tea court, a lounge, and a Scotch bar. Packages can be purchased, but generally expect to pay for the extras here.
23 Mayfield

23 Mayfield Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 23 Mayfield is a luxury bed-and-breakfast housed in an immaculately presented Victorian villa set about a mile south of Edinburgh's historical center. Period interiors are particularly impressive throughout, extending to eight charming rooms with hand-carved mahogany furnishings and, in some, views of Arthur's Seat. Breakfast is a real highlight and one of the best available in the city, while a cozy candle-lit lounge provides a superb setting for a nightcap. While rates are justifiably toward the higher end and the location isn't ideal for exploring the city on foot, this is certainly one of the finest guesthouses on offer in Edinburgh.
Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa

Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

While it doesn't look like much from the outside, the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is a seriously upscale hotel with some outstanding facilities. The largest of its class in the city, the property has a six-floor spa, which includes an impressive rooftop infinity pool with views of Edinburgh Castle -- although the sauna and steam baths cost extra. The 269 rooms are suitably luxurious, with some great in-room tech and swanky bathrooms, some also overlooking the castle. As well as being the biggest hotel in Edinburgh, it's also one of the city's most expensive, but the Sheraton Grand does does deliver a luxury experience for the money.
The Chester Residence

The Chester Residence Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Chester Residence easily provides some of the most luxurious self-catering apartment accommodation you'll find in Edinburgh. The 23 apartments are crammed full of high-end gadgetry and top-of-the-range kitchen appliances, and finished with sharp, designer styling with a masculine edge. They're spacious too and while some open to gardens, others have views over the city -- though no elevators means some leg-work is required to access these. The location is pleasant, though the city's bustling center is beyond walking distance. While rates are inevitably high, the attention to detail and sheer level of luxury makes these a great deal for those wanting to splash out.
Prestonfield

Prestonfield Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 18-room luxury Prestonfield House is an opulent boutique hotel on a historic, 20-acre country estate in southeast Edinburgh. The epitome of Scottish luxury, the Prestonfield overflows with fine antiques, oil paintings, and lush fabrics to create a quirky, theatrical feast for the eyes. Each guest room is individually designed and furnished. The common threads are decadence and quality, which carry into the menu at the hotel's destination restaurant, Rhubarb, and the endless fascinating nooks and crannies in this unforgettable hotel.
Dakota Hotel Edinburgh

Dakota Hotel Edinburgh Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale, 132-room Dakota Edinburgh is a fabulously stylish hotel, seven miles from the airport, in what, from the outside, appears to be a forbidding black cube. Inside, the Dakota is a creative, modern delight with a tweedy boho vibe, lots of exposed brick, and one of Scotland's best-reviewed seafood restaurants. The decor throughout is aviation-inspired, with first-class attention to detail at mid-range prices. The location is a bit remote for tourists and avid sightseers, but great for business travelers.
The Dunstane Hotel

The Dunstane Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 38-room upscale Dunstane Hotel is a family-owned boutique hotel built in two luxury Victorian townhouses, circa 1852, that face one another across an Edinburgh street. The owners come from the Orkney Islands, and take pride in infusing elements of their heritage into the property, creating a quirky, classy atmosphere with plush fabrics, elaborate period-style wallpaper with a twist, and, of course, fine Scotch whiskey. Individually designed and decorated guest rooms combine modern luxury and period character.

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  • Luxury
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Locations

  • Edinburgh
  • Braid Hills
  • Bruntsfield
  • City Centre
  • Craigleith
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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