Sitting on the fence between Old Town and New Town, the hotel puts guests in an ideal position for exploring the city’s ancient architectural wonders, exciting cultural scene, and unique culinary offerings. While the Old Town is dominated by the spectacular Edinburgh Castle, which dates back to the 12th century, the New Town—which isn’t that “new”, having been built between the late 1700s to mid-1800s—is home to the National Gallery of Scotland, the Royal Scottish Academy Building, and more. Take a walk from the picturesque Dean Village along the Water of Leith river up to Leith, a neighborhood brimming with waterside dining options and plenty of traditional pubs.
EDI - Edinburgh Airport
Nearest train station
Food & Drink
Nor´Loft: rooftop Champagne lounge serving small dishes