Short walk uphill (Cockburn St) from Waverley Station onto the Royal Mile crossed straight over into Hunter Square, hotel was a couple of doors down - great location!
Check-in was straightforward, we were given a swipe card for our room, this is also required for the foyer door and passenger lift - take the right hand lift the left one only takes you to the first floor?
Our room was on the rear of the 3rd Floor - little view to talk about; the accommodation was compact, functional and clean.
Being a city centre hotel there was some neighbourhood noise but this was minimal.
With the Royal Mile on your doorstep and Princes St less than 10 minutes walk away the Ibis Hotel is a great base to set out from.
There is a food service and you can purchase a continental breakfast at he hotel but we skipped this.
Checkout again was straightforward.
Just over 10 minutes walk away - for a cheap and cheerful cooked breakfast go to the BHS department store Rose St entrance.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ibis Edinburgh Centre Royal Mile hotel is located in the old town,just off the Royal Mile, Princess Street and its numerous restaurants are all within walking distance. 5 min from Waverley railway station and 12 km from the airport, the hotel has 99 rooms, including 6 adapted for disabled guests. It has a bar serving snacks 24/24 and Wifi Internet access for guests on a business trip. Public parking is 10 min on foot from the hotel, with reductions for clients. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ibis Edinburgh Centre Hotel Edinburgh
- Accor Edinburgh Centre
- Ibis Edinburgh Centre Royal Mile Scotland