Visiting Edinburgh at short notice on one of the busiest weekends of the year (lucky us!), came across what seemed like the last two hotel rooms available anywhere, at the Royal Scots Club. Located in a quiet residential street near a park, has cosy facilities, charming rooms, clean bathrooms. Nice cooked breakfast in a sunlit room.
Some other reviews comment on the walk up the hill, but it’s under 10mins up to George Street [bars/restaurants] and a few minutes downhill to Princes street for some shopping - remember, Edinburgh is hilly!
As the club was originally founded in 1919 as a tribute to those who fell in The Great War, spend some time checking out the wonderful photographs, memorabilia, and memorials throughout the building. This was a plus.
And, we enjoyed the piper greeting on our arrival. <sorry, that was for the wedding downstairs, but timing is everything….>.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking