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Centrally located hotels in Edinburgh

A walk away from Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle, and more

Each of the four Apex Hotels in Edinburgh are centrally-located and suitable for all types of stays. Wherever in the city you’d like to visit, there’s an Apex Hotel that’ll make the perfect base with great access to Edinburgh Airport, Waverley Train Station, and central tram and bus stops. 

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The Witchery by the Castle

The Witchery is located at the top of Edinburgh's Royal Mile delivering an exceptional dining experience through Scottish ingredients in a magical setting.

Phone: 0131 225 5613

Tower Restaurant

Scotland's first rooftop restaurant sits above Edinburgh's National Museum of Scotland serving fresh, locally sourced food during brunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Phone: 0131 225 3003

Howies

Howie's is well known by locals. Inside this grand Georgian hall, lunch and dinner is brought together through seasonal, local produce.

Phone: 0131 556 5766

Hadrian's Brasserie

Hadrian's Brasserie offers traditional cuisine with a Scottish twist through it's modern menu in The Balmoral Hotel.

Phone: 0131 557 5000

Amarone

An award winning, contemporary, Italian restaurant located in St Andrew Square just off George Street. Amarone is the perfect venue for an intimate meal.

Phone: 0131 523 1171

Mussel Inn

Mussel Inn is an award winning seafood restaurant in Edinburgh city centre. Just one block from Princes Street, delicious food is served at affordable prices.

Phone: 0843 2892 481

The Voodoo Rooms

The Voodoo Rooms is an award winning bar & restaurant in Edinburgh city centre featuring music and entertainment alongside an American menu.

Phone: 0131 556 7060

Mark Greenaway

An array of innovative and modern Scottish cuisine, this three AA rosette winning restaurant is the perfect date night.

Phone: 0131 226 1155

Forth Floor Restaurant

The Forth Floor Restaurant offers luxury dining with some of the best views that Edinburgh has to offer from the city and Firth of Forth. Take a visit for luxury shopping, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner menus with exceptional service.

Phone: 0131 524 8350

The Dome

An Edinburgh institution since opening its doors in 1996, The Dome sits resplendent with its Graeco-Roman façade and Corinthian Portico in central George Street in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town welcoming local residents and those from across the world 362 days of the year

Phone: 0131 624 8624

Elliot's Bar & Restaurant

Elliot's Bar & Restaurant offers an array of modern Scottish dishes using locally sourced seasonal ingredients.

Phone: 0845 365 0002

The Kitchin

The Kitchin Restaurant opened in 2006 by renowned Chef Tom Kitchin on Edinburgh's stylish waterfront. The Kitchin uses French techniques and Scottish produce in a converted whiskey warehouse.

Phone: 0131 555 1755

The Honours

The Honours is the restaurant of award winning chef and restaurateur Martin Wishart. The brasserie-style setting serves up a French-Scottish menu on North Castle Street.

Phone: 0131 220 2513

The Pompadour by Galvin

Modern French cuisine is served at The Pompadour by Galvin in one of the grandest dining rooms in Edinburgh. Lunches, festive menus, pre-theatre and events are all catered for.

Phone: 0131 222 8975

Martin Wishart

Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart opened his first Edinburgh restaurant in 1999 situated on the historic port area of Leith. It gained it's first Michelin star in 2001 and has retained it's success ever since.

Phone: 0131 553 3557

Ondine

Ondine is one of Edinburgh's best seafood restaurants where you can truly relax, roll up your sleeves and tuck into seafood and shellfish.

Phone: 0131 226 1888

Huxley

The Huxley is conveniently located at the west end of Princes Street with comfortable and sociable areas to relax through great food and drink.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

Teuchters

Teuchters Landing is a traditional style freehouse in the popular Shore area of Leith. The pub is the former waiting room for the Leith to Aberdeen steamboat ferry & has a large beer garden & pontoon that fill up quickly during the summer months.

Phone: 0131 226 1036

McKirdy's Steakhouse

McKirdy's is Edinburgh's only steakhouse owned and supplied by award winning butchers, not to be missed if you've got time for an indulgent dinner in Edinburgh's Haymarket.

Phone: 0131 229 6660

Kyloe

Kyloe is Edinburgh's leading gourmet steak restaurant conveniently placed at the west end of Princes Street with an unmissable cow outside.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

The Witchery by the Castle

The Witchery is located at the top of Edinburgh's Royal Mile delivering an exceptional dining experience through Scottish ingredients in a magical setting.

Phone: 0131 225 5613

Tower Restaurant

Scotland's first rooftop restaurant sits above Edinburgh's National Museum of Scotland serving fresh, locally sourced food during brunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Phone: 0131 225 3003

Hadrian's Brasserie

Hadrian's Brasserie offers traditional cuisine with a Scottish twist through it's modern menu in The Balmoral Hotel.

Phone: 0131 557 5000

Mussel Inn

Mussel Inn is an award winning seafood restaurant in Edinburgh city centre. Just one block from Princes Street, delicious food is served at affordable prices.

Phone: 0843 2892 481

The Voodoo Rooms

The Voodoo Rooms is an award winning bar & restaurant in Edinburgh city centre featuring music and entertainment alongside an American menu.

Phone: 0131 556 7060

Mark Greenaway

An array of innovative and modern Scottish cuisine, this three AA rosette winning restaurant is the perfect date night.

Phone: 0131 226 1155

Forth Floor Restaurant

The Forth Floor Restaurant offers luxury dining with some of the best views that Edinburgh has to offer from the city and Firth of Forth. Take a visit for luxury shopping, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner menus with exceptional service.

Phone: 0131 524 8350

The Dome

An Edinburgh institution since opening its doors in 1996, The Dome sits resplendent with its Graeco-Roman façade and Corinthian Portico in central George Street in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town welcoming local residents and those from across the world 362 days of the year

Phone: 0131 624 8624

The Kitchin

The Kitchin Restaurant opened in 2006 by renowned Chef Tom Kitchin on Edinburgh's stylish waterfront. The Kitchin uses French techniques and Scottish produce in a converted whiskey warehouse.

Phone: 0131 555 1755

The Honours

The Honours is the restaurant of award winning chef and restaurateur Martin Wishart. The brasserie-style setting serves up a French-Scottish menu on North Castle Street.

Phone: 0131 220 2513

The Pompadour by Galvin

Modern French cuisine is served at The Pompadour by Galvin in one of the grandest dining rooms in Edinburgh. Lunches, festive menus, pre-theatre and events are all catered for.

Phone: 0131 222 8975

Martin Wishart

Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart opened his first Edinburgh restaurant in 1999 situated on the historic port area of Leith. It gained it's first Michelin star in 2001 and has retained it's success ever since.

Phone: 0131 553 3557

Agua Restaurant

Agua Restaurant & Bar brings sleek design touches, precise plating and excellent service from the moment of arrival. Ensconced in a seductive, modern space set back from the bustling street, this Grassmarket restaurant serves succulent fine dining selections alongside savoury sides and nibbles. The restaurant also offers one of Edinburgh City Centre's most comprehensive wine lists and an array of expertly prepared cocktails.

Phone: 0800 049 8302

The Outsider

The Outsider is a laid back restaurant which thrives upon fresh, seasonal produce with Edinburgh Castle views.

Phone: 0131 226 3131

Biddy Mulligans

Situated in the heart of the historic Grassmarket, Biddy Mulligan's has become world renowned for its authentic Irish atmosphere, it's rip roaring live music and seriously good scran like yer mammy makes

Phone: 0131 220 1246

Mamma's Pizza

Mamma's is an award winning US-style pizzeria on Edinburgh's Grassmarket offering over 40 toppings with outside seating in summer months.

Phone: 0131 225 6464

Ondine

Ondine is one of Edinburgh's best seafood restaurants where you can truly relax, roll up your sleeves and tuck into seafood and shellfish.

Phone: 0131 226 1888

Huxley

The Huxley is conveniently located at the west end of Princes Street with comfortable and sociable areas to relax through great food and drink.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

Teuchters

Teuchters Landing is a traditional style freehouse in the popular Shore area of Leith. The pub is the former waiting room for the Leith to Aberdeen steamboat ferry & has a large beer garden & pontoon that fill up quickly during the summer months.

Phone: 0131 226 1036

McKirdy's Steakhouse

McKirdy's is Edinburgh's only steakhouse owned and supplied by award winning butchers, not to be missed if you've got time for an indulgent dinner in Edinburgh's Haymarket.

Phone: 0131 229 6660

Kyloe

Kyloe is Edinburgh's leading gourmet steak restaurant conveniently placed at the west end of Princes Street with an unmissable cow outside.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

Lebowski's Bar

Lebowski's is one of Edinburgh's busiest bars bringing traditional, locally sourced Scottish dishes through an all-wood watering hole.

Phone: 0131 466 1779

Tower Restaurant

Scotland's first rooftop restaurant sits above Edinburgh's National Museum of Scotland serving fresh, locally sourced food during brunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Phone: 0131 225 3003

The Kitchin

The Kitchin Restaurant opened in 2006 by renowned Chef Tom Kitchin on Edinburgh's stylish waterfront. The Kitchin uses French techniques and Scottish produce in a converted whiskey warehouse.

Phone: 0131 555 1755

The Pompadour by Galvin

Modern French cuisine is served at The Pompadour by Galvin in one of the grandest dining rooms in Edinburgh. Lunches, festive menus, pre-theatre and events are all catered for.

Phone: 0131 222 8975

Huxley

The Huxley is conveniently located at the west end of Princes Street with comfortable and sociable areas to relax through great food and drink.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

Teuchters

Teuchters Landing is a traditional style freehouse in the popular Shore area of Leith. The pub is the former waiting room for the Leith to Aberdeen steamboat ferry & has a large beer garden & pontoon that fill up quickly during the summer months.

Phone: 0131 226 1036

McKirdy's Steakhouse

McKirdy's is Edinburgh's only steakhouse owned and supplied by award winning butchers, not to be missed if you've got time for an indulgent dinner in Edinburgh's Haymarket.

Phone: 0131 229 6660

Kyloe

Kyloe is Edinburgh's leading gourmet steak restaurant conveniently placed at the west end of Princes Street with an unmissable cow outside.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

Metro West End Bar & Restaurant

The restaurant of Apex Haymarket Hotel in Edinburgh's Haymarket, Metro West End offers modern Scottish cuisine including a bar menu and light snacks.

Phone: 0131 474 3456

Sushiya

Sushiya specialises in hot noodle bowls served in an elegant, 22 seat restaurant with an intimate atmosphere.

Phone: 0131 313 3222

La Bruschetta

Seasonal Italian cooking is not to be missed. La Bruschetta offers this and more in a smart little restaurant to sit in or take away.

Phone: 0131 467 7464

Platform 5

Platform 5 sits in the bustle of Edinburgh's Haymarket junction. Right across from the Train and Tram stations, the menu is packed full of pub grub favourites and drinks.

Phone: 0131 347 1616

Lebowski's Bar

Lebowski's is one of Edinburgh's busiest bars bringing traditional, locally sourced Scottish dishes through an all-wood watering hole.

Phone: 0131 466 1779

The Witchery by the Castle

The Witchery is located at the top of Edinburgh's Royal Mile delivering an exceptional dining experience through Scottish ingredients in a magical setting.

Phone: 0131 225 5613

Tower Restaurant

Scotland's first rooftop restaurant sits above Edinburgh's National Museum of Scotland serving fresh, locally sourced food during brunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Phone: 0131 225 3003

Hadrian's Brasserie

Hadrian's Brasserie offers traditional cuisine with a Scottish twist through it's modern menu in The Balmoral Hotel.

Phone: 0131 557 5000

Mussel Inn

Mussel Inn is an award winning seafood restaurant in Edinburgh city centre. Just one block from Princes Street, delicious food is served at affordable prices.

Phone: 0843 2892 481

The Voodoo Rooms

The Voodoo Rooms is an award winning bar & restaurant in Edinburgh city centre featuring music and entertainment alongside an American menu.

Phone: 0131 556 7060

Mark Greenaway

An array of innovative and modern Scottish cuisine, this three AA rosette winning restaurant is the perfect date night.

Phone: 0131 226 1155

Forth Floor Restaurant

The Forth Floor Restaurant offers luxury dining with some of the best views that Edinburgh has to offer from the city and Firth of Forth. Take a visit for luxury shopping, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner menus with exceptional service.

Phone: 0131 524 8350

The Dome

An Edinburgh institution since opening its doors in 1996, The Dome sits resplendent with its Graeco-Roman façade and Corinthian Portico in central George Street in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town welcoming local residents and those from across the world 362 days of the year

Phone: 0131 624 8624

The Kitchin

The Kitchin Restaurant opened in 2006 by renowned Chef Tom Kitchin on Edinburgh's stylish waterfront. The Kitchin uses French techniques and Scottish produce in a converted whiskey warehouse.

Phone: 0131 555 1755

The Honours

The Honours is the restaurant of award winning chef and restaurateur Martin Wishart. The brasserie-style setting serves up a French-Scottish menu on North Castle Street.

Phone: 0131 220 2513

The Pompadour by Galvin

Modern French cuisine is served at The Pompadour by Galvin in one of the grandest dining rooms in Edinburgh. Lunches, festive menus, pre-theatre and events are all catered for.

Phone: 0131 222 8975

Martin Wishart

Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart opened his first Edinburgh restaurant in 1999 situated on the historic port area of Leith. It gained it's first Michelin star in 2001 and has retained it's success ever since.

Phone: 0131 553 3557

Agua Restaurant

Agua Restaurant & Bar brings sleek design touches, precise plating and excellent service from the moment of arrival. Ensconced in a seductive, modern space set back from the bustling street, this Grassmarket restaurant serves succulent fine dining selections alongside savoury sides and nibbles. The restaurant also offers one of Edinburgh City Centre's most comprehensive wine lists and an array of expertly prepared cocktails.

Phone: 0800 049 8302

The Outsider

The Outsider is a laid back restaurant which thrives upon fresh, seasonal produce with Edinburgh Castle views.

Phone: 0131 226 3131

Biddy Mulligans

Situated in the heart of the historic Grassmarket, Biddy Mulligan's has become world renowned for its authentic Irish atmosphere, it's rip roaring live music and seriously good scran like yer mammy makes

Phone: 0131 220 1246

Mamma's Pizza

Mamma's is an award winning US-style pizzeria on Edinburgh's Grassmarket offering over 40 toppings with outside seating in summer months.

Phone: 0131 225 6464

Ondine

Ondine is one of Edinburgh's best seafood restaurants where you can truly relax, roll up your sleeves and tuck into seafood and shellfish.

Phone: 0131 226 1888

Huxley

The Huxley is conveniently located at the west end of Princes Street with comfortable and sociable areas to relax through great food and drink.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

McKirdy's Steakhouse

McKirdy's is Edinburgh's only steakhouse owned and supplied by award winning butchers, not to be missed if you've got time for an indulgent dinner in Edinburgh's Haymarket.

Phone: 0131 229 6660

Kyloe

Kyloe is Edinburgh's leading gourmet steak restaurant conveniently placed at the west end of Princes Street with an unmissable cow outside.

Phone: 0131 229 3402

Lebowski's Bar

Lebowski's is one of Edinburgh's busiest bars bringing traditional, locally sourced Scottish dishes through an all-wood watering hole.

Phone: 0131 466 1779

Jenners

Jenners Department Store, located on Princes Street, provides the widest range of designer brands on the high street.

Multrees Walk

Edinburgh's luxury shopping street, Multrees Walk includes Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Mulberry, Michael Kors and more.

Phone: 0131 557 0050

Waverley Mall

Waverley Mall is an indoor shopping centre located next to Waverley Station boasting stores such as Superdry, New Look, Warehouse, and the Body Shop

Phone: 0131 557 3759

Princes Street

Princes Street is Edinburgh's main shopping street facing Edinburgh Castle. It stretches around 1 mile and is now accessible by Tram.

Ocean Terminal

Enjoy waterfront shopping and dining at Ocean Terminal. Shops include Debenhams, FatFace, French Connections, H&M, New Look, Schuh and more.

Phone: 0131 555 8888

Harvey Nichols Edinburgh

Harvey Nichols is a British department store chain which sells fashion collections, beauty products, food and drink. Visit the Fourth Floor Restaurant for city views.

Phone: 0131 524 8388

Stockbridge Markets

The perfect Sunday morning for exploring. Visit the quirky stalls of local suppliers before a stroll down the Water of Leith.

Royal Mile

Packed full of culture and high quality specialist shops, The Royal Mile has lots to offer. You'll find boutiques and traditional Scottish shops with something for every tourist.

Debenhams

One of Princes Streets many department stores, Debenhams is full of high street brands offering women's fashion, men's fashion, beauty, furniture and electricals.

Phone: 0844 561 6161

Jenners

Jenners Department Store, located on Princes Street, provides the widest range of designer brands on the high street.

Multrees Walk

Edinburgh's luxury shopping street, Multrees Walk includes Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Mulberry, Michael Kors and more.

Phone: 0131 557 0050

Waverley Mall

Waverley Mall is an indoor shopping centre located next to Waverley Station boasting stores such as Superdry, New Look, Warehouse, and the Body Shop

Phone: 0131 557 3759

Princes Street

Princes Street is Edinburgh's main shopping street facing Edinburgh Castle. It stretches around 1 mile and is now accessible by Tram.

Ocean Terminal

Enjoy waterfront shopping and dining at Ocean Terminal. Shops include Debenhams, FatFace, French Connections, H&M, New Look, Schuh and more.

Phone: 0131 555 8888

Harvey Nichols Edinburgh

Harvey Nichols is a British department store chain which sells fashion collections, beauty products, food and drink. Visit the Fourth Floor Restaurant for city views.

Phone: 0131 524 8388

Stockbridge Markets

The perfect Sunday morning for exploring. Visit the quirky stalls of local suppliers before a stroll down the Water of Leith.

Royal Mile

Packed full of culture and high quality specialist shops, The Royal Mile has lots to offer. You'll find boutiques and traditional Scottish shops with something for every tourist.

Grassmarket Markets

Every Saturday, the Grassmarket becomes an abundance of local treasures through the markets. Step outside the hotel to over 20 stalls offering high quality, sustainable and local produce, crafts and gifts.

Debenhams

One of Princes Streets many department stores, Debenhams is full of high street brands offering women's fashion, men's fashion, beauty, furniture and electricals.

Phone: 0844 561 6161

Jenners

Jenners Department Store, located on Princes Street, provides the widest range of designer brands on the high street.

Multrees Walk

Edinburgh's luxury shopping street, Multrees Walk includes Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Mulberry, Michael Kors and more.

Phone: 0131 557 0050

Waverley Mall

Waverley Mall is an indoor shopping centre located next to Waverley Station boasting stores such as Superdry, New Look, Warehouse, and the Body Shop

Phone: 0131 557 3759

Princes Street

Princes Street is Edinburgh's main shopping street facing Edinburgh Castle. It stretches around 1 mile and is now accessible by Tram.

Ocean Terminal

Enjoy waterfront shopping and dining at Ocean Terminal. Shops include Debenhams, FatFace, French Connections, H&M, New Look, Schuh and more.

Phone: 0131 555 8888

Harvey Nichols Edinburgh

Harvey Nichols is a British department store chain which sells fashion collections, beauty products, food and drink. Visit the Fourth Floor Restaurant for city views.

Phone: 0131 524 8388

Stockbridge Markets

The perfect Sunday morning for exploring. Visit the quirky stalls of local suppliers before a stroll down the Water of Leith.

Royal Mile

Packed full of culture and high quality specialist shops, The Royal Mile has lots to offer. You'll find boutiques and traditional Scottish shops with something for every tourist.

Debenhams

One of Princes Streets many department stores, Debenhams is full of high street brands offering women's fashion, men's fashion, beauty, furniture and electricals.

Phone: 0844 561 6161

Jenners

Jenners Department Store, located on Princes Street, provides the widest range of designer brands on the high street.

Multrees Walk

Edinburgh's luxury shopping street, Multrees Walk includes Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Mulberry, Michael Kors and more.

Phone: 0131 557 0050

Waverley Mall

Waverley Mall is an indoor shopping centre located next to Waverley Station boasting stores such as Superdry, New Look, Warehouse, and the Body Shop

Phone: 0131 557 3759

Princes Street

Princes Street is Edinburgh's main shopping street facing Edinburgh Castle. It stretches around 1 mile and is now accessible by Tram.

Ocean Terminal

Enjoy waterfront shopping and dining at Ocean Terminal. Shops include Debenhams, FatFace, French Connections, H&M, New Look, Schuh and more.

Phone: 0131 555 8888

Harvey Nichols Edinburgh

Harvey Nichols is a British department store chain which sells fashion collections, beauty products, food and drink. Visit the Fourth Floor Restaurant for city views.

Phone: 0131 524 8388

Stockbridge Markets

The perfect Sunday morning for exploring. Visit the quirky stalls of local suppliers before a stroll down the Water of Leith.

Royal Mile

Packed full of culture and high quality specialist shops, The Royal Mile has lots to offer. You'll find boutiques and traditional Scottish shops with something for every tourist.

Grassmarket Markets

Every Saturday, the Grassmarket becomes an abundance of local treasures through the markets. Step outside the hotel to over 20 stalls offering high quality, sustainable and local produce, crafts and gifts.

Debenhams

One of Princes Streets many department stores, Debenhams is full of high street brands offering women's fashion, men's fashion, beauty, furniture and electricals.

Phone: 0844 561 6161

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Edinburgh Tattoo is one of the greatest shows on earth. With a global reach, the Tattoo is set each August within Edinburgh Castle Esplanade featuring performers from all over the world.

Phone: 0131 225 1188

Edinburgh Playhouse

The Edinburgh Playhouse is the largest working theatre in the UK in terms of audience capacity. The venue is used for large scale touring musical productions.

Phone: 0844 871 3014

The Queen's Hall

The Queen's Hall is a 900-capacity music venue formally opened by The Queen in 1979 now showing over 100 shows each year.

Phone: 0131 668 2019

BT Murrayfield Stadium

BT Murrayfield Stadium is the home of Scottish Rugby, a sports stadium located in th west end of Edinburgh with a capacity of over 67,000.

Phone: 0131 346 5250

Royal Lyceum Theatre

The Royal Lyceum Theatre is a 658-seat theatre in Edinburgh bringing performances such as shows, events and educational activities for young people.

Phone: 0131 248 4848

Usher Hall

The Usher Hall is a five star concert hall on Lothian Road hosting concerts and events such as Christmas choirs and music gigs.

Phone: 0131 228 1155

The Stand Comedy Club

The Stand runs some of Scotland's best comedy nights with shows every night of the week. From local, Scottish talents to International acts, The Stand brings comedy to Edinburgh. Keep an eye out for guest appearances of warm up shows, the likes of Kevin Bridges and Frankie Boyle have been known to stop in whilst in town!

Phone: 0131 558 7272

Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Better known as the EICC, this award-winning centre of excellence is known for world class events and conferences in it's city centre location.

Phone: 0131 300 3000

Traverse Theatre

The Traverse is Scotland's most foremost theatre company dedicated to new writing.

Phone: 0131 228 1404

Tynecastle

Tynecastle Stadium is the home of Scottish Professional Football League club Heart of Midlothian, locally known as Hearts. Tickets are available for home games throughout the season.

Phone: 0871 663 1874

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Edinburgh Tattoo is one of the greatest shows on earth. With a global reach, the Tattoo is set each August within Edinburgh Castle Esplanade featuring performers from all over the world.

Phone: 0131 225 1188

Edinburgh Playhouse

The Edinburgh Playhouse is the largest working theatre in the UK in terms of audience capacity. The venue is used for large scale touring musical productions.

Phone: 0844 871 3014

The Queen's Hall

The Queen's Hall is a 900-capacity music venue formally opened by The Queen in 1979 now showing over 100 shows each year.

Phone: 0131 668 2019

BT Murrayfield Stadium

BT Murrayfield Stadium is the home of Scottish Rugby, a sports stadium located in th west end of Edinburgh with a capacity of over 67,000.

Phone: 0131 346 5250

Royal Lyceum Theatre

The Royal Lyceum Theatre is a 658-seat theatre in Edinburgh bringing performances such as shows, events and educational activities for young people.

Phone: 0131 248 4848

Usher Hall

The Usher Hall is a five star concert hall on Lothian Road hosting concerts and events such as Christmas choirs and music gigs.

Phone: 0131 228 1155

The Stand Comedy Club

The Stand runs some of Scotland's best comedy nights with shows every night of the week. From local, Scottish talents to International acts, The Stand brings comedy to Edinburgh. Keep an eye out for guest appearances of warm up shows, the likes of Kevin Bridges and Frankie Boyle have been known to stop in whilst in town!

Phone: 0131 558 7272

Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Better known as the EICC, this award-winning centre of excellence is known for world class events and conferences in it's city centre location.

Phone: 0131 300 3000

King's Theatre

The home of Edinburgh's panto, The King's Theatre is one of the cities most iconic in it's prominent place on Leven Street. You'll find a range of shows in the calendar, year round.

Phone: 0131 529 6000

Traverse Theatre

The Traverse is Scotland's most foremost theatre company dedicated to new writing.

Phone: 0131 228 1404

Tynecastle

Tynecastle Stadium is the home of Scottish Professional Football League club Heart of Midlothian, locally known as Hearts. Tickets are available for home games throughout the season.

Phone: 0871 663 1874

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Edinburgh Tattoo is one of the greatest shows on earth. With a global reach, the Tattoo is set each August within Edinburgh Castle Esplanade featuring performers from all over the world.

Phone: 0131 225 1188

Edinburgh Playhouse

The Edinburgh Playhouse is the largest working theatre in the UK in terms of audience capacity. The venue is used for large scale touring musical productions.

Phone: 0844 871 3014

BT Murrayfield Stadium

BT Murrayfield Stadium is the home of Scottish Rugby, a sports stadium located in th west end of Edinburgh with a capacity of over 67,000.

Phone: 0131 346 5250

Royal Lyceum Theatre

The Royal Lyceum Theatre is a 658-seat theatre in Edinburgh bringing performances such as shows, events and educational activities for young people.

Phone: 0131 248 4848

Usher Hall

The Usher Hall is a five star concert hall on Lothian Road hosting concerts and events such as Christmas choirs and music gigs.

Phone: 0131 228 1155

The Stand Comedy Club

The Stand runs some of Scotland's best comedy nights with shows every night of the week. From local, Scottish talents to International acts, The Stand brings comedy to Edinburgh. Keep an eye out for guest appearances of warm up shows, the likes of Kevin Bridges and Frankie Boyle have been known to stop in whilst in town!

Phone: 0131 558 7272

Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Better known as the EICC, this award-winning centre of excellence is known for world class events and conferences in it's city centre location.

Phone: 0131 300 3000

Traverse Theatre

The Traverse is Scotland's most foremost theatre company dedicated to new writing.

Phone: 0131 228 1404

Fountain Park

With a Cineworld Cinema, Tenpin bowling alley and a range of restaurants and bars, there's not much Fountain Park can't provide for all round entertainment.

Phone: 0131 228 9784

Tynecastle

Tynecastle Stadium is the home of Scottish Professional Football League club Heart of Midlothian, locally known as Hearts. Tickets are available for home games throughout the season.

Phone: 0871 663 1874

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Edinburgh Tattoo is one of the greatest shows on earth. With a global reach, the Tattoo is set each August within Edinburgh Castle Esplanade featuring performers from all over the world.

Phone: 0131 225 1188

Edinburgh Playhouse

The Edinburgh Playhouse is the largest working theatre in the UK in terms of audience capacity. The venue is used for large scale touring musical productions.

Phone: 0844 871 3014

The Queen's Hall

The Queen's Hall is a 900-capacity music venue formally opened by The Queen in 1979 now showing over 100 shows each year.

Phone: 0131 668 2019

BT Murrayfield Stadium

BT Murrayfield Stadium is the home of Scottish Rugby, a sports stadium located in th west end of Edinburgh with a capacity of over 67,000.

Phone: 0131 346 5250

Royal Lyceum Theatre

The Royal Lyceum Theatre is a 658-seat theatre in Edinburgh bringing performances such as shows, events and educational activities for young people.

Phone: 0131 248 4848

Usher Hall

The Usher Hall is a five star concert hall on Lothian Road hosting concerts and events such as Christmas choirs and music gigs.

Phone: 0131 228 1155

The Stand Comedy Club

The Stand runs some of Scotland's best comedy nights with shows every night of the week. From local, Scottish talents to International acts, The Stand brings comedy to Edinburgh. Keep an eye out for guest appearances of warm up shows, the likes of Kevin Bridges and Frankie Boyle have been known to stop in whilst in town!

Phone: 0131 558 7272

Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Better known as the EICC, this award-winning centre of excellence is known for world class events and conferences in it's city centre location.

Phone: 0131 300 3000

King's Theatre

The home of Edinburgh's panto, The King's Theatre is one of the cities most iconic in it's prominent place on Leven Street. You'll find a range of shows in the calendar, year round.

Phone: 0131 529 6000

Traverse Theatre

The Traverse is Scotland's most foremost theatre company dedicated to new writing.

Phone: 0131 228 1404

Festival Theatre

The Festival Theatre is a performing arts venue used primarily for performances of opera and ballet, large scale music events and touring groups.

Phone: 0131 529 6000

Tynecastle

Tynecastle Stadium is the home of Scottish Professional Football League club Heart of Midlothian, locally known as Hearts. Tickets are available for home games throughout the season.

Phone: 0871 663 1874

National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland brings halls of diversity, world cultures and the natural world to one building where visitors can explore and learn for free.

Phone: 0300 123 6789

The Scotch Whisky Experience

The Scotch Whiskey Experience tells the tale through a tour of Scotland's national drink with exhibits and a barrel ride.

Phone: 0131 220 0441

Scottish National Gallery

The Scottish National Gallery is the national art gallery of Scotland. Located on The Mound, just off Princes Street, it is free to enter and packed full of exhibitions.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle dominates the central Edinburgh skyline. It's position adjacent to Princes Street and on top of the Castle Rock makes it easily accessible, impressive and iconic.

Phone: 0131 225 9846

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

The Portrait Gallery is an art museum on Queen Street, Edinburgh. It holds the national collections of portraits of Scotland's past and present.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Our Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth is a fve star visitor attraction in Edinburgh that tells the story of the planet Earth from the foot of Arthur's Seat. Packed with dynamic and interactive exhibits, it's a great family day out.

Phone: 0131 550 7800

Palace of Holyroodhouse

Commonly referred to as The Palace of Holyrood, this is the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland. It's open to the public to visit and tour with seasonal opening times.

Phone: 0131 556 5100

The Scott Monument

Standing at 60m tall in Princes Street Gardens, The Monument is to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. The monument is Victorian Gothic and is the largest monument to a writer in the world.

Phone: 0131 529 4068

Camera Obscura and World of Illusions

The fascinating Camera Obscura is spread over five floors full of amazing optical illusions. The rooftop terrace provides 360 degree views of Edinburgh.

Phone: 0131 226 3709

The Real Mary King's Close

The Real Mary King's Close is a maze of underground streets and rooms which in the 1600's were part of Edinburgh's busiest and most vibrant areas. Take a tour to find out why 400 years later they have found their way underground.

Phone: 0131 225 0672

Scottish Parliament Building

Scotland's parliament sits at the foot of the Royal Mile and is the home of Scottish Parliament at Holyrood. Visitors can visit the public areas of the building or book a guided tour.

Phone: 0131 348 5000

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

This is a must see venue for modern and contemporary art. Home to an impressive sculpture park and Pig Rock Bothy, you'll be in awe of the beauty that lies within our city.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

St. Giles' Cathedral

St Giles Cathedral is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh offering an impressive and prominent presence in the cities skyline.

Phone: 0131 225 9442

Edinburgh Dungeons

Theatrical actors, special effects and a unique walk through experience, Edinburgh Dungeons is a hilarious but sometimes scary day out. The dungeons offer cutting edge storytelling, two underground rides and 11 actor led shows taking you through Edinburgh's history.

Phone: 0871 423 2250

Royal Yacht Britannia

Royal Yacht Britannia is a great family attraction located in Ocean Terminal. Having played host to some of the world's most famous people, this yacht is packed with history. Book with 10% off as an Apex Hotels guest.

Phone: 0131 555 5566

Edinburgh Zoo

Throw yourself into a world of experiences at Edinburgh Zoo. From the UK's only Pandas to the Budongo Trail - you'll be sure to have a fun packed day in the Zoo.

Phone: 0131 314 0326

Gladstone's Land

Gladstone's Land is a surviving 17th Century high-tenement house in The Old Town of Edinburgh. Owned by The National Trust, it's open to visitors.

Phone: 0131 226 5856

John Knox House

John Knox House dates back to 1470 and is the only original medieval building surviving on the Royal Mile.

Phone: 0131 556 9579

National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland brings halls of diversity, world cultures and the natural world to one building where visitors can explore and learn for free.

Phone: 0300 123 6789

The Scotch Whisky Experience

The Scotch Whiskey Experience tells the tale through a tour of Scotland's national drink with exhibits and a barrel ride.

Phone: 0131 220 0441

Scottish National Gallery

The Scottish National Gallery is the national art gallery of Scotland. Located on The Mound, just off Princes Street, it is free to enter and packed full of exhibitions.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle dominates the central Edinburgh skyline. It's position adjacent to Princes Street and on top of the Castle Rock makes it easily accessible, impressive and iconic.

Phone: 0131 225 9846

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

The Portrait Gallery is an art museum on Queen Street, Edinburgh. It holds the national collections of portraits of Scotland's past and present.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Our Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth is a fve star visitor attraction in Edinburgh that tells the story of the planet Earth from the foot of Arthur's Seat. Packed with dynamic and interactive exhibits, it's a great family day out.

Phone: 0131 550 7800

Palace of Holyroodhouse

Commonly referred to as The Palace of Holyrood, this is the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland. It's open to the public to visit and tour with seasonal opening times.

Phone: 0131 556 5100

The Scott Monument

Standing at 60m tall in Princes Street Gardens, The Monument is to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. The monument is Victorian Gothic and is the largest monument to a writer in the world.

Phone: 0131 529 4068

Camera Obscura and World of Illusions

The fascinating Camera Obscura is spread over five floors full of amazing optical illusions. The rooftop terrace provides 360 degree views of Edinburgh.

Phone: 0131 226 3709

The Real Mary King's Close

The Real Mary King's Close is a maze of underground streets and rooms which in the 1600's were part of Edinburgh's busiest and most vibrant areas. Take a tour to find out why 400 years later they have found their way underground.

Phone: 0131 225 0672

Scottish Parliament Building

Scotland's parliament sits at the foot of the Royal Mile and is the home of Scottish Parliament at Holyrood. Visitors can visit the public areas of the building or book a guided tour.

Phone: 0131 348 5000

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

This is a must see venue for modern and contemporary art. Home to an impressive sculpture park and Pig Rock Bothy, you'll be in awe of the beauty that lies within our city.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

St. Giles' Cathedral

St Giles Cathedral is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh offering an impressive and prominent presence in the cities skyline.

Phone: 0131 225 9442

Edinburgh Dungeons

Theatrical actors, special effects and a unique walk through experience, Edinburgh Dungeons is a hilarious but sometimes scary day out. The dungeons offer cutting edge storytelling, two underground rides and 11 actor led shows taking you through Edinburgh's history.

Phone: 0871 423 2250

Royal Yacht Britannia

Royal Yacht Britannia is a great family attraction located in Ocean Terminal. Having played host to some of the world's most famous people, this yacht is packed with history. Book with 10% off as an Apex Hotels guest.

Phone: 0131 555 5566

Edinburgh Zoo

Throw yourself into a world of experiences at Edinburgh Zoo. From the UK's only Pandas to the Budongo Trail - you'll be sure to have a fun packed day in the Zoo.

Phone: 0131 314 0326

Gladstone's Land

Gladstone's Land is a surviving 17th Century high-tenement house in The Old Town of Edinburgh. Owned by The National Trust, it's open to visitors.

Phone: 0131 226 5856

John Knox House

John Knox House dates back to 1470 and is the only original medieval building surviving on the Royal Mile.

Phone: 0131 556 9579

National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland brings halls of diversity, world cultures and the natural world to one building where visitors can explore and learn for free.

Phone: 0300 123 6789

The Scotch Whisky Experience

The Scotch Whiskey Experience tells the tale through a tour of Scotland's national drink with exhibits and a barrel ride.

Phone: 0131 220 0441

Scottish National Gallery

The Scottish National Gallery is the national art gallery of Scotland. Located on The Mound, just off Princes Street, it is free to enter and packed full of exhibitions.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle dominates the central Edinburgh skyline. It's position adjacent to Princes Street and on top of the Castle Rock makes it easily accessible, impressive and iconic.

Phone: 0131 225 9846

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

The Portrait Gallery is an art museum on Queen Street, Edinburgh. It holds the national collections of portraits of Scotland's past and present.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Our Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth is a fve star visitor attraction in Edinburgh that tells the story of the planet Earth from the foot of Arthur's Seat. Packed with dynamic and interactive exhibits, it's a great family day out.

Phone: 0131 550 7800

Palace of Holyroodhouse

Commonly referred to as The Palace of Holyrood, this is the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland. It's open to the public to visit and tour with seasonal opening times.

Phone: 0131 556 5100

The Scott Monument

Standing at 60m tall in Princes Street Gardens, The Monument is to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. The monument is Victorian Gothic and is the largest monument to a writer in the world.

Phone: 0131 529 4068

Camera Obscura and World of Illusions

The fascinating Camera Obscura is spread over five floors full of amazing optical illusions. The rooftop terrace provides 360 degree views of Edinburgh.

Phone: 0131 226 3709

The Real Mary King's Close

The Real Mary King's Close is a maze of underground streets and rooms which in the 1600's were part of Edinburgh's busiest and most vibrant areas. Take a tour to find out why 400 years later they have found their way underground.

Phone: 0131 225 0672

Scottish Parliament Building

Scotland's parliament sits at the foot of the Royal Mile and is the home of Scottish Parliament at Holyrood. Visitors can visit the public areas of the building or book a guided tour.

Phone: 0131 348 5000

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

This is a must see venue for modern and contemporary art. Home to an impressive sculpture park and Pig Rock Bothy, you'll be in awe of the beauty that lies within our city.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

St. Giles' Cathedral

St Giles Cathedral is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh offering an impressive and prominent presence in the cities skyline.

Phone: 0131 225 9442

Edinburgh Dungeons

Theatrical actors, special effects and a unique walk through experience, Edinburgh Dungeons is a hilarious but sometimes scary day out. The dungeons offer cutting edge storytelling, two underground rides and 11 actor led shows taking you through Edinburgh's history.

Phone: 0871 423 2250

Royal Yacht Britannia

Royal Yacht Britannia is a great family attraction located in Ocean Terminal. Having played host to some of the world's most famous people, this yacht is packed with history. Book with 10% off as an Apex Hotels guest.

Phone: 0131 555 5566

Edinburgh Zoo

Throw yourself into a world of experiences at Edinburgh Zoo. From the UK's only Pandas to the Budongo Trail - you'll be sure to have a fun packed day in the Zoo.

Phone: 0131 314 0326

Gladstone's Land

Gladstone's Land is a surviving 17th Century high-tenement house in The Old Town of Edinburgh. Owned by The National Trust, it's open to visitors.

Phone: 0131 226 5856

John Knox House

John Knox House dates back to 1470 and is the only original medieval building surviving on the Royal Mile.

Phone: 0131 556 9579

National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland brings halls of diversity, world cultures and the natural world to one building where visitors can explore and learn for free.

Phone: 0300 123 6789

The Scotch Whisky Experience

The Scotch Whiskey Experience tells the tale through a tour of Scotland's national drink with exhibits and a barrel ride.

Phone: 0131 220 0441

Scottish National Gallery

The Scottish National Gallery is the national art gallery of Scotland. Located on The Mound, just off Princes Street, it is free to enter and packed full of exhibitions.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle dominates the central Edinburgh skyline. It's position adjacent to Princes Street and on top of the Castle Rock makes it easily accessible, impressive and iconic.

Phone: 0131 225 9846

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

The Portrait Gallery is an art museum on Queen Street, Edinburgh. It holds the national collections of portraits of Scotland's past and present.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

Our Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth is a fve star visitor attraction in Edinburgh that tells the story of the planet Earth from the foot of Arthur's Seat. Packed with dynamic and interactive exhibits, it's a great family day out.

Phone: 0131 550 7800

Palace of Holyroodhouse

Commonly referred to as The Palace of Holyrood, this is the official residence of the British monarch in Scotland. It's open to the public to visit and tour with seasonal opening times.

Phone: 0131 556 5100

The Scott Monument

Standing at 60m tall in Princes Street Gardens, The Monument is to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott. The monument is Victorian Gothic and is the largest monument to a writer in the world.

Phone: 0131 529 4068

Camera Obscura and World of Illusions

The fascinating Camera Obscura is spread over five floors full of amazing optical illusions. The rooftop terrace provides 360 degree views of Edinburgh.

Phone: 0131 226 3709

The Real Mary King's Close

The Real Mary King's Close is a maze of underground streets and rooms which in the 1600's were part of Edinburgh's busiest and most vibrant areas. Take a tour to find out why 400 years later they have found their way underground.

Phone: 0131 225 0672

Scottish Parliament Building

Scotland's parliament sits at the foot of the Royal Mile and is the home of Scottish Parliament at Holyrood. Visitors can visit the public areas of the building or book a guided tour.

Phone: 0131 348 5000

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

This is a must see venue for modern and contemporary art. Home to an impressive sculpture park and Pig Rock Bothy, you'll be in awe of the beauty that lies within our city.

Phone: 0131 624 6200

St. Giles' Cathedral

St Giles Cathedral is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh offering an impressive and prominent presence in the cities skyline.

Phone: 0131 225 9442

Edinburgh Dungeons

Theatrical actors, special effects and a unique walk through experience, Edinburgh Dungeons is a hilarious but sometimes scary day out. The dungeons offer cutting edge storytelling, two underground rides and 11 actor led shows taking you through Edinburgh's history.

Phone: 0871 423 2250

Royal Yacht Britannia

Royal Yacht Britannia is a great family attraction located in Ocean Terminal. Having played host to some of the world's most famous people, this yacht is packed with history. Book with 10% off as an Apex Hotels guest.

Phone: 0131 555 5566

Edinburgh Zoo

Throw yourself into a world of experiences at Edinburgh Zoo. From the UK's only Pandas to the Budongo Trail - you'll be sure to have a fun packed day in the Zoo.

Phone: 0131 314 0326

Gladstone's Land

Gladstone's Land is a surviving 17th Century high-tenement house in The Old Town of Edinburgh. Owned by The National Trust, it's open to visitors.

Phone: 0131 226 5856

John Knox House

John Knox House dates back to 1470 and is the only original medieval building surviving on the Royal Mile.

Phone: 0131 556 9579

Calton Hill

Calton Hill is situated beyond the East end of Princes Street in Edinburgh and included in the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site. Iconic panoramic views can be seen from the hill over the city.

Phone: 0131 529 7061

Princes Street Gardens

Princes Street gardens is a public park just off Princes Street in Edinburgh city centre. Have a picnic or wander in the shadows of Edinburgh Castle.

Phone: 0131 529 7921

Arthur's Seat

Holyrood Park is a 640 acre Royal Park adjacent to Holyrood Palace and Arthur's Seat is the highest point. The seat is a dormant volcano peaking at 251m above sea level offering panoramic views of the city.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

These gardens are a world-renowned scientific centre of the study of plants, their diversity and conservations. The gardens are open to explore and feature seasonal events including the winter Botanic Lights show in November.

Phone: 0131 248 2909

St Andrew Square

This city square links the East End of George Street to Multrees Walk and beyond. Dominated by the fluted column of the Melville Monument, the square acts as a central point within Edinburgh Festivals and Edinburgh's Christmas. Whether you're enjoying the gardens, attending a Festival show or ice skating around the Christmas Markets, you'll be amazed at the stunning surroundings of these city centre gardens.

The Meadows

The Meadows is a large public park in Edinburgh to the south of the city. It's largely open space and is a great area for fitness, picnics and children's play.

Phone: 0131 529 5151

The Water of Leith

Edinburgh's hidden natural asset, the Water of Leith flows from it's source in The Pentlands, 24 miles through the city to the Firth of Forth. With walkways, wildlife, cycle paths and local history the water is a great day out for families.

Holyrood Park

Holyrood Park is a Royal Park in Edinburgh just East of Edinburgh Castle. Featuring an array of hills,lochs, glens, ridges and is a remarkably wild piece of landscape on the fringe of the city.

Phone: 0131 652 8150

Calton Hill

Calton Hill is situated beyond the East end of Princes Street in Edinburgh and included in the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site. Iconic panoramic views can be seen from the hill over the city.

Phone: 0131 529 7061

Princes Street Gardens

Princes Street gardens is a public park just off Princes Street in Edinburgh city centre. Have a picnic or wander in the shadows of Edinburgh Castle.

Phone: 0131 529 7921

Arthur's Seat

Holyrood Park is a 640 acre Royal Park adjacent to Holyrood Palace and Arthur's Seat is the highest point. The seat is a dormant volcano peaking at 251m above sea level offering panoramic views of the city.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

These gardens are a world-renowned scientific centre of the study of plants, their diversity and conservations. The gardens are open to explore and feature seasonal events including the winter Botanic Lights show in November.

Phone: 0131 248 2909

St Andrew Square

This city square links the East End of George Street to Multrees Walk and beyond. Dominated by the fluted column of the Melville Monument, the square acts as a central point within Edinburgh Festivals and Edinburgh's Christmas. Whether you're enjoying the gardens, attending a Festival show or ice skating around the Christmas Markets, you'll be amazed at the stunning surroundings of these city centre gardens.

The Meadows

The Meadows is a large public park in Edinburgh to the south of the city. It's largely open space and is a great area for fitness, picnics and children's play.

Phone: 0131 529 5151

The Water of Leith

Edinburgh's hidden natural asset, the Water of Leith flows from it's source in The Pentlands, 24 miles through the city to the Firth of Forth. With walkways, wildlife, cycle paths and local history the water is a great day out for families.

Holyrood Park

Holyrood Park is a Royal Park in Edinburgh just East of Edinburgh Castle. Featuring an array of hills,lochs, glens, ridges and is a remarkably wild piece of landscape on the fringe of the city.

Phone: 0131 652 8150

Calton Hill

Calton Hill is situated beyond the East end of Princes Street in Edinburgh and included in the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site. Iconic panoramic views can be seen from the hill over the city.

Phone: 0131 529 7061

Princes Street Gardens

Princes Street gardens is a public park just off Princes Street in Edinburgh city centre. Have a picnic or wander in the shadows of Edinburgh Castle.

Phone: 0131 529 7921

Arthur's Seat

Holyrood Park is a 640 acre Royal Park adjacent to Holyrood Palace and Arthur's Seat is the highest point. The seat is a dormant volcano peaking at 251m above sea level offering panoramic views of the city.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

These gardens are a world-renowned scientific centre of the study of plants, their diversity and conservations. The gardens are open to explore and feature seasonal events including the winter Botanic Lights show in November.

Phone: 0131 248 2909

St Andrew Square

This city square links the East End of George Street to Multrees Walk and beyond. Dominated by the fluted column of the Melville Monument, the square acts as a central point within Edinburgh Festivals and Edinburgh's Christmas. Whether you're enjoying the gardens, attending a Festival show or ice skating around the Christmas Markets, you'll be amazed at the stunning surroundings of these city centre gardens.

The Meadows

The Meadows is a large public park in Edinburgh to the south of the city. It's largely open space and is a great area for fitness, picnics and children's play.

Phone: 0131 529 5151

The Water of Leith

Edinburgh's hidden natural asset, the Water of Leith flows from it's source in The Pentlands, 24 miles through the city to the Firth of Forth. With walkways, wildlife, cycle paths and local history the water is a great day out for families.

Holyrood Park

Holyrood Park is a Royal Park in Edinburgh just East of Edinburgh Castle. Featuring an array of hills,lochs, glens, ridges and is a remarkably wild piece of landscape on the fringe of the city.

Phone: 0131 652 8150

Calton Hill

Calton Hill is situated beyond the East end of Princes Street in Edinburgh and included in the city's UNESCO World Heritage Site. Iconic panoramic views can be seen from the hill over the city.

Phone: 0131 529 7061

Princes Street Gardens

Princes Street gardens is a public park just off Princes Street in Edinburgh city centre. Have a picnic or wander in the shadows of Edinburgh Castle.

Phone: 0131 529 7921

Arthur's Seat

Holyrood Park is a 640 acre Royal Park adjacent to Holyrood Palace and Arthur's Seat is the highest point. The seat is a dormant volcano peaking at 251m above sea level offering panoramic views of the city.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

These gardens are a world-renowned scientific centre of the study of plants, their diversity and conservations. The gardens are open to explore and feature seasonal events including the winter Botanic Lights show in November.

Phone: 0131 248 2909

St Andrew Square

This city square links the East End of George Street to Multrees Walk and beyond. Dominated by the fluted column of the Melville Monument, the square acts as a central point within Edinburgh Festivals and Edinburgh's Christmas. Whether you're enjoying the gardens, attending a Festival show or ice skating around the Christmas Markets, you'll be amazed at the stunning surroundings of these city centre gardens.

The Meadows

The Meadows is a large public park in Edinburgh to the south of the city. It's largely open space and is a great area for fitness, picnics and children's play.

Phone: 0131 529 5151

The Water of Leith

Edinburgh's hidden natural asset, the Water of Leith flows from it's source in The Pentlands, 24 miles through the city to the Firth of Forth. With walkways, wildlife, cycle paths and local history the water is a great day out for families.

Holyrood Park

Holyrood Park is a Royal Park in Edinburgh just East of Edinburgh Castle. Featuring an array of hills,lochs, glens, ridges and is a remarkably wild piece of landscape on the fringe of the city.

Phone: 0131 652 8150

Wellington Coffee

After a recent refurbishment, Wellington Coffee is firmly focussed on getting the best from the bean as possible. The menu has been refined and now offers large scones and cakes.

Phone: 0131 225 6854

Brew Lab

Brew Lab is a speciality coffee house serving a range of single-origin filter and espresso coffees alongside artisan food with a local twist.

Phone: 0131 662 8963

Fortitude Coffee Merchants

Fortitude is a speciality coffee merchant aiming to serve the best coffee possible to people in Edinburgh's New Town.

Phone: 0131 557 3063

Castello Coffee Co.

A small, but high quality food and drink offering is guaranteed to Castello Coffee, usually busy with regulars and passers by in the heart of Castle Street.

Phone: 0131 225 9780

Artisan Roast

Artisan Roast was the first speciality coffee shop and roastery in Scotland. First opening its doors in 2007, the Broughton Street branch is where it all began, and even though the roastery has outgrown its home and made a new one nearby, the cafe remains one of the city’s busiest coffee hangouts

Phone: 07522321893

Fredericks Coffee House

Frederick's focuses on blending great food, drinks and atmosphere with exceptional customer care. Escape the weather for a cup of your favourite and a light bite or treat.

Phone: 0131 260 9997

Cairngorm Coffee Co.

This independent coffee shop is full of character and rustic charm alongside it's espresso blends, decaf and rotating filters, you'll be treated to a delicious coffee.

Phone: 0131 629 1420

Wellington Coffee

After a recent refurbishment, Wellington Coffee is firmly focussed on getting the best from the bean as possible. The menu has been refined and now offers large scones and cakes.

Phone: 0131 225 6854

Brew Lab

Brew Lab is a speciality coffee house serving a range of single-origin filter and espresso coffees alongside artisan food with a local twist.

Phone: 0131 662 8963

Castello Coffee Co.

A small, but high quality food and drink offering is guaranteed to Castello Coffee, usually busy with regulars and passers by in the heart of Castle Street.

Phone: 0131 225 9780

Caffe Piccolo

Caffe Piccolo provides take away and light bites in Edinburgh's Grassmarket.

Phone: 0131 225 8387

Mary's Milk Bar

Enjoy some of the best gelato and chocolate that Edinburgh has to offer. Just a few moments from the hotel, you'll be treated to fresh ingredients, unusual flavours and new ways to enjoy them.

Fredericks Coffee House

Frederick's focuses on blending great food, drinks and atmosphere with exceptional customer care. Escape the weather for a cup of your favourite and a light bite or treat.

Phone: 0131 260 9997

Cairngorm Coffee Co.

This independent coffee shop is full of character and rustic charm alongside it's espresso blends, decaf and rotating filters, you'll be treated to a delicious coffee.

Phone: 0131 629 1420

Grams

Have you heard about Grams before? If so then you've probably heard about their raw, vegan, clean, dairy free, gluten free, refined sugar free cakes, come and enjoy

Phone: 0131 337 3599

Coffee Republic

Coffee Republic brings Italian roasted, fair trade beans to Haymarket with a simple accompanying breakfast and lunch menu.

Phone: 0131 228 8554

Odds & Ends Coffee

Friendly and helpful staff make Odds & Ends more than just a place for smooth coffee and a delicious cake.

Phone: 0131 228 1898

Wellington Coffee

After a recent refurbishment, Wellington Coffee is firmly focussed on getting the best from the bean as possible. The menu has been refined and now offers large scones and cakes.

Phone: 0131 225 6854

Brew Lab

Brew Lab is a speciality coffee house serving a range of single-origin filter and espresso coffees alongside artisan food with a local twist.

Phone: 0131 662 8963

Castello Coffee Co.

A small, but high quality food and drink offering is guaranteed to Castello Coffee, usually busy with regulars and passers by in the heart of Castle Street.

Phone: 0131 225 9780

Caffe Piccolo

Caffe Piccolo provides take away and light bites in Edinburgh's Grassmarket.

Phone: 0131 225 8387

Mary's Milk Bar

Enjoy some of the best gelato and chocolate that Edinburgh has to offer. Just a few moments from the hotel, you'll be treated to fresh ingredients, unusual flavours and new ways to enjoy them.

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31-35 Grassmarket, , EH1 2HS, GBR
Phone: 0131 300 3456
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23-27 Waterloo Place, , EH1 3BH, GBR
Phone: 0131 523 1819
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90 Haymarket Terrace, , EH12 5LQ, GBR
Phone: 0131 474 3456
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