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Murrayfield Hotel and House

Murrayfield Hotel and House Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A charming, 45-room, upscale boutique hotel in a pleasant residential neighborhood, the Murrayfield Hotel and House is within walking distance of Murrayfield Stadium. Intimate and cozy, its clientele is mostly couples, rugby fans or not. Its restaurant, the Bothy, serves inventive Scottish cuisine, and its lively bar broadcasts live sports on TV. The bar also presents live music, and a seasonal outdoor beer garden. Rooms are neutral toned and elegant, with plush beds, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs; higher-end rooms have deep soaking tubs, minibars, and "nooks" with free whiskey and Scottish goodies on hand. Outside the city center but accessible to public transportation, the hotel is relatively inexpensive compared with other upscale properties in the city center. The Murrayfield also operates a nine-bedroom town house on the same block as the hotel, which guests can rent in its entirely or by the room.
Channings Hotel

Channings Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Channings Hotel is a four pearl townhouse with 41 rooms spread over five floors. The property consists of five Edwardian townhouses, one of which was once the home of the great Antarctic explorer, Sir Ernest Shackleton. Packed with memorabilia from the infamous Antarctic exhibition, period pieces, and humorous art, this hotel has a traditional but informal vibe. The rooms are chic and contemporary with a serene color palette; some bathrooms have separate soaking tubs and stall showers. Guests rave about the friendly and welcoming staff, but the hotel is quite far away from the city center -- at least a good 15-minute walk. For the price, this quaint hotel delivers good value for Edinburgh and is full of character. Wi-Fi is free.
Staycity Serviced Apartments West End

Staycity Serviced Apartments West End Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 145-unit upscale Staycity Serviced Apartments West End consists of Studio, One-, Two-, and Four-Bedroom Apartments and Townhouses in Edinburgh’s Fountainbridge neighborhood, near the city center and financial district. There are no shared common areas aside from a 24-hour front desk and a playground for kids. The focus is firmly on the apartments themselves, which are spacious, modern and tastefully decorated, with full kitchens and up-to-date bathrooms. The Staycity West End is a good choice for families with young children or business travelers on extended stays.
The Knight Residence

The Knight Residence Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With spacious, clean multi-room apartments and a great location in the heart of the Old City, The Knight Residence is a wonderful pick for families and extended stay visitors. The units, which range from studios to three-room apartments, all have full kitchens, washer/dryers, and modern amenities, including free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with DVD players. They might not be as luxurious as advertised, but they certainly are comfortable; just beware that street-facing units might experience noise (especially on weekends) despite the double glazed windows.
The Kenmore Club

The Kenmore Club Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Scenically located on the banks of Loch Tay and surrounded by picturesque hills and woodlands, the upper-middle-range Kenmore Club is a collection of quaint, self-catering cottages. The 58 cottages range from one to three bedrooms, have fully equipped stainless steel kitchens, and cream-tone decor. There is a large heated indoor pool on the property, a tiny fitness center with three machines, and spa facilities, for which non-Diamond club members pay a fee. The on-site bar and restaurant offer beautiful views over the lake from the floor-to-ceiling windows, but decor is dated and lackluster. Wi-Fi is available for a daily fee. The neighboring Mains of Taymouth country estate has more stylish self-catering cottages, but its rates are higher.
The Carlton Hotel

The Carlton Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Carlton Hotel's biggest selling point is its location -- right in the heart of Edinburgh within walking distance of pretty much everything. This also means, however, that noise can be a big problem in some of the rooms, though these are spacious and have flat-screen TVs and coffee/tea facilities. Although in need of a refresh, spa facilities are impressive and the lounge bar is a pleasant place to unwind. Generally, despite some renovations in the lobby, much of the upper-middle-range property remains dated with some areas feeling unkempt. Reasonable rates do seem to reflect this, though for a lot more polish for a little more cash, check out The Scotsman across the street.
Holyrood apartHOTEL

Holyrood apartHOTEL Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 41-unit Holyrood apartHOTEL is a tidy, spacious, well-located option for Edinburgh tourists, appealing to families, and business travelers on extended stays. The upper-mid-range hotel is a step above many apartment hotels in terms of amenities, with optional daily breakfast baskets, daily maid service, washer/dryers (and free detergent) in each unit, and a fitness center. Apartments are well laid out and equipped with full kitchens, and have an uncluttered, modern feel, contrasting with the picturesque surrounding streets that resemble a small medieval village.
BEST WESTERN Kings Manor Hotel

BEST WESTERN Kings Manor Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 95-room Best Western Kings Manor Hotel is a mid-range, family-run property housed in a former convent with plenty of modern architectural add-ons. Located a short walk from the picturesque seaside suburb of Portobello, it's far from Edinburgh's tourist attractions -- though local trains run regularly into the city. Rooms are clean and contemporary with decent amenities, while leisure facilities are way above-par for this level of hotel (there's a huge indoor pool, fitness center, tennis court, and spa all on-site). Overall, for those happy with the out-of-town location -- despite some tired decor in places -- rates represent pretty good value. Wi-Fi is free, but can be slow.
Holiday Inn Edinburgh City - West

Holiday Inn Edinburgh City - West Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Holiday Inn Edinburgh City-West is a modern mid-range hotel in the Craigleith area across a busy road from the Craigleith Retail Park. The hotel has a restaurant and bar, and rooms are functional, clean, and quiet. Free Wi-Fi is offered, but it's often so slow that guests find it necessary to upgrade to faster Wi-Fi, which comes with a fee. The hotel is southeast of the city center -- it's within a five- to 10-minute drive or a 10- to 25-minute bus ride away from such attractions as Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle. Because of its location, rates are lower than what comparable properties would cost in the city center.


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