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"Great location in old town"
On our visit to Edinburgh, we stayed a few days in the new town and then moved to Fraser's Suites in the old town. Nice hotel but we were given a room where the elevator just went up to the 6th floor and then we had to drag our luggage up 3 flights up stairs before we got to our room. The front staff did tell us about walking up the stairs but we did not realize it was 3 flights! Anyways, room was nice, up in the loft sort of and it was quite which pleased us. The hotel is right smack in the middle of Parliament Square and there are a lot to see, pubs, shops etc. Don't forget to explore the alleyways, too! If you want to visit Edinburgh Castle, this is a good place to stay as it is not far to walk to get there.
"Just a few steps off the Royal Mile"
A great little hotel with very friendly staff. They have a lift which we appreciate more as we get older. Our room was very nice and larger that the European standard. We enjoyed it just being steps from the Royal Mile and only a couple blocks from the Edinburgh Castle. So convenient to restaurants, bars and shopping. We visited Edinburgh during their summer Festivals and Tattoo so the room price was on the high side but I can't comment on the price the rest of the year.
"Awesome location, great staff, small but modern rooms, quaint."
A little noisy from restaurant/bar outside the window, we were on floor two. Bathroom was modern and nice. Loved proximity 10 yards from the popular Royal Mile. No parking anywhere close if you are driving. Limited and expensive breakfast.
" Just around the corner"
After a change of plans in Edinburgh, we needed to find a new hotel since we had only booked for two nights. Someone at Old Town Chambers suggested we try Fraser Suites just around the corner. What a great decision. It was very nice, quiet, had great amenities and very helpful staff. Hope to stay there again.
"Stylish and quiet hotel in the midst of old town Edinburgh"
We spent three days here in May and what we really loved about the place was the big, old-stylish decorated rooms with an urban view of the old town - AND - the closeness to both the Royal Mile and Grassmarket, as well as the city center with Princes, Rose and George Street. I use to study there for a couple of years, way back, so having that proximity to both old town and city center was important to me so I could really embrace all my old, sweet student memories - well, obviously, quite a few places had gone since those day, but some of them still lingered, like the The Last Drop pub in Grassmarket :-) We stayed on the 5th floor with a wonderful view of the ruins on Calton Hill. The bathroom was rather big and had a tub where they actually had created a proper standing spot at the end - ingenious! Why doesn't everybody with a tub do that' The mechanism for flushing the toilette, and I have to mention this, was both charming and a bit annoying at first as it was really old and as I came to understand it, hydraulic in nature. So, it was bit noisy at first, but once you got use to it - it became sort of a genuine experience of living in old town of Edinburgh. We just had breakfast one of the days and I think they were really unlucky that particular day as they had some real logistical challenges. All in all - a nice stay and we were surprised that it was so quiet being so close to the Royal Mile.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM