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Where To Stay In Edinburgh: 7 Affordable Boutique Hotels

by Emma Brown

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13 Travel Experiences You Need To Do [Part Two]Without a doubt, Edinburgh is one of the world’s most beautiful cities. The rocky hills provide ever-changing panoramic views, and the city’s breathtaking landscape, striking architecture and cultural attractions never get old

Luckily, Edinburgh also has luxurious yet affordable boutique hotels to make your stay comfortable.

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Here are the top 7 affordable hotels you can stay in while you visit the beautiful city.

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Where To Stay In Edinburgh: 7 Affordable Boutique Hotels

Stay Central  

If you are looking for something modern and better equipped than a hostel, then Stay Central will perfectly suit your needs and requirements.

The hotel is located in the Old Town and some of the main attractions of the city are located close to the hotel. The hotel’s polished cement and rough-chic furnishings give a distinctive look to every single room.

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With a total of 37-rooms, this 3-star hotel has all the modern amenities such as LCD TV, iPod docks, mini-fridge, bar/lounge, nightclub, and free Wi-Fi. The bathrooms have rainfall showers, designer toiletries, hair dryers, wooden coffee tables, and safes.

You can enjoy a full breakfast, by paying a nominal fee, each morning.

Where To Stay In Edinburgh

24 Royal Terrace

Located towards the east of the city centre, the main attraction of this boutique hotel is its combination of contemporary and Georgian elegance filled with beautifully decorated Bijou rooms.

Both Royal Gardens of Holyrood Palace & Calton Hill and two popular restaurants are located within walking distance.

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This 16-room hotel has black and white chessboard floors giving an appealing look. The style is undoubtedly contemporary boutique, but not at all confined to restrained neutrals. The use of exquisite colours such as purple, yellow, acid green, bright blue, and coloured mood-lighting certainly sets the scene.

The rooms have facilities such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth speakers, Smart TVs, branded toiletries, power showers, and charging ports.

The Rutland Hotel

You will find this beautiful boutique hotel towards the west end of Princes Street, and it is close to George Street, the National Gallery, and the Castle.

Talking about style and character, this hotel has 12 rooms above a The Huxley bar and restaurant. The hotel is well-known for offering comfort, attractive furnishings, and designer wallpapers.

Where To Stay In Edinburgh

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You won’t find a lounge here, but the wraparound windows at the downstairs bar and restaurant are ideal for people-watching.

The rooms are spacious and are decorated with bold wallpapers. Concealed bed lighting, white headboards, stripy chairs, and velvet cushions all give the rooms a smart look.

There’s also a mix of lacquered white tables, retro-styled chairs, and the generous bathrooms have walk-in showers and Jacuzzi baths. The bar serves burgers, hotdogs, and various other snacks throughout the day.

Murrayfield House

Located in the Edinburgh City Centre, this is a sophisticated Victorian-era boutique hotel.

The hotel is located near Murrayfield Stadium and Edinburgh Zoo. The hotel has a total of 45 rooms. Inside the rooms, there’s a nice blend of cool grey, bleached wood furnishings, beautiful lamp shades, all these helps in maintaining the elegance of the chambers.

The restaurant of the hotel, The Bothy, offers yummy Scottish cuisines and you can enjoy live sports on TV. When it comes to facilities, the rooms offer flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi access, plush beds, minibars, deep soaking tubs, laundry, restaurant, room service, bar, and parking space.

Remember, since the hotel is located on the main road, so the front rooms get traffic noise.

Ardmor House

This hotel is located on a calm & quiet street in the Pilrig area of Leith near Broughton Street where you can find numerous bars and restaurants.

The hotel is known for its high ceilings, wooden doors, stylish furnishings and Baroque flourish. If you want to enjoy a beautiful evening with your loved one, there is a beautiful park opposite the hotel. There are five spacious rooms and its sleek furnishings, and chic interiors give the rooms an intense look.

The use of golden and red colours altogether gives a new dimension to the rooms. All rooms have a hairdryer, flat screen TVs, digital radio, powerful showers and Scottish toiletries.

Enjoy Scottish breakfast with scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and potato waffles in the morning. Homemade oatcakes, fruit juices, cheese, and fresh fruits are also on the menu.

Where To Stay In Edinburgh

Prestonfield House

Originally built in 1687, Prestonfield House is near Edinburgh city centre.

Since it stands in the lush green surroundings, this is the swankiest country-house in Edinburgh. This Georgian/Baroque mansion with its brocades & velvets and intimate corners has witnessed notable visitors such as Samuel Johnson and Bonnie Prince Charlie.

The main public rooms of the hotel are opulent lounges. The most striking of which is the Tapestry Room, with an abundance of art and antiques. There is also a Leather Room with original leather wall coverings.

The hotel has four private dining rooms, and it can comfortably accommodate up to 50 guests. When it comes to facilities, the hotel has a golf course where you can unwind while playing with your friends and family members.

There is a restaurant, free Wi-Fi, parking space, room service, and laundry service.

The Raeburn

This picturesque hotel is located in the charming Stockbridge area, and New Town and Princes Street are located within walking distance. 

This is a popular area where you will find many bars and restaurants, and during weekends, this area becomes quite busy with the locals and the tourists visiting this place.

The Raeburn’s spacious rooms offer tempting retreat, and they are a perfect example of thoughtful designing. The rooms have GHD hair straighteners, plasma televisions, espresso machines, well-stocked minibars and Bose iPad docks. The hotel staff is well-trained and well-versed. You can make the most of the 24-hour check-in and room service.

It has a lively bar with sophisticated surroundings. Here you will be served the traditional bar menu along with teas & coffees. Its comfortable and relaxed ambiance makes it an ideal meeting place.

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Emma Brown is an extensive and experienced web-writer. I help people to have the most informative and appealing online presence. Content writing is my passion and Scaling Expectations is my basic motto, I live up to. I am a Mass Communication post graduate and written several article for sites like Qwikfix and newspapers like The Telegraph.

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