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"Good location - don't book top floor"
Elevators don't go to the very top floor of this hotel. Porter can assist. Also, don't book room toward back of hotel that faces river and train station. Why' Because there is often late night music that may keep you awake. This hotel has not AC on top floor so having windows open and music until very late hours is not good for sleep. Hotel is positioned in a good location for walking the city. Also, food in restaurant next door is very good and provides vegetarian.
"Wonderful location and flexible accommodation"
Fabulous location, literally yards off the Royal Market on the bit known as Lawnmarket. A friendly reception and welcome, knowledgeable concierge and excellent housekeeping. The rooms are all flexible with various levels of kitchen equipment. Fraser suites in November will be opening up there restaurant and a bar to dinner trade later in November, in the meantime there is no shortage of places to eat.
"Worth a visit"
Excellent stay! You won't be disappointed. The room was impeccable, with an agreeable bed, lovely conveniences and treats. Staff are very attentive! We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would 100% recommend.
"Fraser Hotel Edinburgh"
Right in the heart of old Edinburgh, across from St Giles Cathedral. Friendly, helpful staff, clean room. If you're coming in from the airport take a cab (20 pounds). Nearest bus or tram is across valley in new side of town and it's quite a hike uphill to be making with luggage.
"Well Located, Comfortable but are not Suites"
There is a lot to like about the Fraser Suites in Edinburgh. Firstly, they are conveniently located just off the Royal Mile, right in the midst of the most historical part of the city. Then, they are surrounded by a host of restaurants and cafes so there is a wide range of eating options. The property itself is high quality, attractive and comfortable. I was accommodated in the Observatory Suite, which was a spacious and comfortable room. As such, I wouldn't really classify it as a classic suite as the only divider between the bed and the living area was a screen behind the centrally located television. To use the advertised balcony, you need to use a couple of wooden steps and climb through the large window, which is not really all that convenient. I stayed in a number of other properties in Scotland that advertised themselves as "suites" and they invariably had separate living and sleeping areas, a small kitchen facility and in most cases a washing/drying machine. As I previously mentioned, my "suite" was a large and comfortable room with a spacious bathroom, walk-in wardrobe and all the facilities you would expect from a quality hotel. If you are looking for more of an apartment or suite style accommodation with separate sitting and sleeping areas, you may need to look elsewhere. As a comfortable and clean property close to the major attractions of Edinburgh, the Fraser Suites are a good option.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM