We stayed at the Brooks Hotel following reviews on Trip Advisor having initially booked another hotel for a weekend break.
Upon arrival (slightly early) we found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. We were allowed to check in early and at our request we were given a room in a quiet, out of the way part of the hotel. Having said that the hotel was quiet throughout.
The rooms were modern and had a lovely bathroom. Only issues were storage. Even though we had a compact room, a set of bedside drawers instead of metal stand would be more suitable as we had piles of things lying around. Beds were very comfy and room temperature was comfortable bordering on warm.
Breakfast was delicious and a good choice. All staff friendly there too.
The main thing is that the staff are a credit to the hotel. The way the hotel looks too is great. Decor etc all make it a wonderful place to stay.
4/5 purely for lack of storage and location. It's not city centre it's a 15 min brisk walk to the start of Princes Street. Not the nicest area too, and taxis ended up costing us a fortune on a night in the one way systems!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Early 20th century Victorian townhouse in Edinburgh city centre; offers convenient budget accommodation for business travellers and tourists. Perfect for groups, 2 minute walk to Edinburgh International Conference Centre & 10 minute walk to Edinburgh Castle. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Herald Hotel Edinburgh
- Brooks Hotel Edinburgh Scotland