Barcelo Edinburgh Carlton Hotel (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:Address: 19 North Bridge / Edinburgh / EH1 1SD / Scotland / The Barceló Edinburgh Carlton Hotel is on the Royal Mile, ... more
Newest Review: ... at the shops in Edinburgh and set about getting changed. However, no longer had I kicked off my shoes then there was a knock on the door which I presumed was the cleaner (I had noticed one in the corridor before getting in to my room). I couldn't even get to the door before she had opened it herself (this annoyed me as I think she knew I was in there and she shouldn't really just be letting ... more
Customer Barcelo Edinburgh Carlton Hotel (Edinburgh) Reviews (4)
by - written on 16/07/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I recently returned to Edinburgh for a couple of nights and ended up staying in the Barceló Carlton. ~ Location ~ The Carlton is a 4 star rated hotel located on North Bridge Street in Edinburgh. It is a massive, grand looking hotel which cant be missed! It is located a few minutes walk away from the main shopping district (Princess Street) and Waverley train station. There are bus stops located near the hotel and the Royal Mile is just a stones throw away. Although you can drive to the hotel (it has a car park) unless you like driving through busy city centre roads I wouldn't really recommend it! ~ The Room ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/09, updated on 04/10/09 (Useful, 15 readings)
We booked into this hotel in May this year for a little break to Edinburgh. I wanted something near the castel and close to town so this Hotel seemed ideal, it's just round the corner from the royale mile. They catered for familes in large family rooms so this was the Hotel i chose. Was I wrong to choose this Hotel... errr yeah! Nightmare! The Hotel itself looks grand, charming with a lovely reception. We were located in a room quite high up, the decor was dated. Thick long velvet curtains that were very old and smelly. The beds were not great but comfortable. Very dated television and generally the room was in need of a refurbishment. The hotel is a 4 star ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
You always take a gamble when booking a hotel online in a city you are not familiar with. I spent last weekend in Edinburgh for my first time and booked this hotel a few months before going. As you would expect there were both good and bad points. Good Points: The location has got to be the best thing about the hotel. It is situated on North Bridge, a stones throw from the Royal Mile, closer to the Castle end than the Palace end. We spent a lot of our time walking up and down the Royal Mile and going on tours just off it. It is the main tourist area, so the hotel is perfectly located for it. Price was also quite good. We paid £250.00 for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 12 readings)
This hotel is situated on North Bridge in Edinburgh, equidistant from both the Royal Mile and Princes Street, the main shopping street in the city. Reaching the castle takes about 5 minutes on foot and Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament are about the same distance in the opposite direction. It is clearly therefore in a fantastic location - in fact, it could not be more perfectly situated if you are a tourist, coming to Edinburgh for the tourist attractions. The hotel itself is what you might expect from a city centre hotel. The staff are friendly at the reception and the rooms are clean, airy and spacious. The staff are happy to help at all times ... Read the complete review
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