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Hotels in Edinburgh

Whether you're taking an Edinburgh break to enjoy the history or the shopping or just to take part in a Scottish Whisky Experience, there are numerous Travelodge hotels in the heart of the city that'll make your visit more enjoyable. From our Edinburgh Central Princes Street Hotel, you'll have the wonderful shops of the Royal Mile, the majestic Edinburgh Castle and plenty of other attractions right on your doorstep. Absorb a real sense of this wonderfully vibrant city by visiting the Grassmarket at night; it's a lively place to be, no matter what time of year you visit and has plenty of attractions for you to enjoy.

Cheap Hotels in Edinburgh

As well as the world-famous Holyrood House, the city also boasts Edinburgh Castle, once home to Mary Queen of Scots and now home to the historic Stone of Scone, and the Scottish Royal Jewels. The State Rooms are open to the public so you'll be able to imagine what life was like for the Scottish royal family in centuries gone by. Holyrood House dates back to the 15th century and is situated next door to Holyrood Park, and next to the crags that make up Arthur's Seat. Look out for the majestic ruins of Holyrood Abbey and set up home in our Edinburgh Central Rose Street hotel to explore this part of the city in more detail. Ghost tours are also a growing tourist attraction in Edinburgh and if you stay at any of our Central Edinburgh hotels then you'll be able to take part in one of these intriguing walks: start with Mary King's Close or the Greyfriars Kirkyard to test your courage.

Things to do in Edinburgh

Consider yourself a culture vulture? Travelodge offer excellent value hotels in Edinburgh that will put you in the perfect place to make the most of your visit. With loads of things to do in Edinburgh, visitors can enjoy a City renowned for its culture and fantastic sightseeing, most notably Edinburgh Castle. Or if you're after a spot of music, the Edinburgh Playhouse is a former cinema that now hosts touring musicals and music concerts, so why not stay in the Edinburgh Central Travelodge right around the corner? The city is well known for its annual festivals and we have plenty of hotels in Edinburgh located in just the right places so that you can enjoy the best of the atmosphere. In particular, Edinburgh hosts festivals such as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest performing arts festival in the world, and the hugely popular Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo during the month of August. If you love a good art gallery, our Edinburgh Haymarket hotel is located right outside the National Gallery of Modern Art and the National Gallery of Scotland, and you'll also have the Haymarket rail station on your doorstep.