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Blythswood Square

Blythswood Square Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The elegant and luxurious Blythswood Square hotel, housed in a grand Georgian building, overlooks its namesake square. While interiors are glitzy and modern, plenty of the building's original character and historical features have been retained. Rooms are sleek and contemporary, and while some are small and dark, all have attractive marble bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. The large spa with an impressive thermal suite and the chic cocktail bar add to the Blythswood's sophisticated ambiance. However, the quality of the breakfast service is reportedly inconsistent, which detracts from this pricey hotel's otherwise luxurious atmosphere.
The Rutland Hotel

The Rutland Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Rutland Hotel is a Georgian house that's been converted into a 21st-century luxury boutique hotel with 12 rooms, a family-friendly apartment, and a bovine-themed steakhouse. It's in the heart of Edinburgh’s West End, close to bustling Princes Street and the Financial District. The property is glitzy -- expect silver spray-painted gothic chairs; a chic bar that remains noisy into the early hours; and rooms with views of Edinburgh castle -- but it's not too sophisticated to offer guests home-baked muffins on arrival. Breakfast, which includes plenty of Scottish fare, comes with a fee. The hotel is quiet (it has heavy soundproofing), stylish, and in a convenient location for visiting the city. Travelers might want to also check out the The Bonham, which is within a 10-minute walk, and has upscale rooms at lower rates (though they're less ornate).
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.
Malmaison Dundee

Malmaison Dundee Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Malmaison Dundee is an upscale boutique hotel with superbly styled interiors and lovingly restored original features. It's in a convenient location for arrival by car or train, and all of central Dundee is within walking distance. Rooms are plush with nicely finished bathrooms, and some have Tay River views -- though others have no view at all. The restaurant is considered one of the city's finest, and its prices reflect that.
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.
Fraser Suites Edinburgh

Fraser Suites Edinburgh Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The elegant upscale Fraser Suites is located just off Royal Mile in Edinburgh's historic quarter. Its 75 rooms range in style and size but are decorated with a modern elegance that livens up the 130-year-old building. Rooms come with microwaves, iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Larger suites have two-burner stoves. The Broadstreet Bistro & Bar combines charm and sophistication, and serves meals and drinks all day. The hotel also offers in-room dining. A small, well-designed fitness center is a notable perk.
Hotel Indigo Edinburgh

Hotel Indigo Edinburgh Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 60-room Hotel Indigo is an upmarket boutique occupying a row of period Georgian properties in the New Town of Edinburgh. Interiors are colorful, hip, and contemporary throughout, especially in the impressive bar and restaurant. Rooms follow the same smart, funky decor scheme and offer flat-screen TVs along with sleek walk-in showers -- though internal soundproofing can be an issue. Overall it's a standout property with a particular attention to design. Price-wise it's usually somewhere between the pricier Twelve Picardy Place and cheaper The Place -- both nearby. Wi-Fi is free throughout.

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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