Caledonian (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:5***** Princes St, Edinburgh EH1 2AB. Tel: (0131) 459 9988 Fax: (0131) 225 6632 E-mail: ... more
Newest Review: ... The en-suite bathroom came complete with La Source/Crabtree and Evelyn toiletries in a large size (which i appropriated) and comfortable and large bath towels. The showers have great water pressure which is a blessing in a hotel. The main "lounge" area is relaxing and comes complete with a piano which is often played by a proper pianist. the castle lounge has lovely views over ... more
Customer Caledonian (Edinburgh) Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/02/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
The Caledonian Hotel can be found in one of the prime locations in Edinburgh City Centre - on Princes Street, near the gardens (sort of), close to the shops and with a view of the castle. What more do you need? Well, if you are looking for grandeur, luxury and very good service then this is definitely the hotel for you. The hotel has recently been refurbished which adds a little bit more comfort and luxury to the aura. The room we stayed in was beautifully done, large and airy with a view of the castle. The bed was comfortable (and very big, i nearly got lost going from one side to the other in a hunt for the TV remote) with relaxing decor and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/07, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 199 readings)
For the last four years I have had a free stay in the wonderful city of Edinburgh. This is because my husband has had to attend annual conferences there and with a double room being available at no extra cost to his company, I shop while he works. Seems like a good idea to me! I was delighted when I heard that the November 2006 meeting was to be held at the Caledonian Hotel. Now owned by the Hilton chain, this is somewhere that I had always wanted to stay. Situated on Princess Street in central Edinburgh, it is within walking distance to the shops, the castle and the Royal Mile. RECEPTION AND ROOMS We arrived at the hotel arrived at the hotel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/00, updated on 29/09/00 (Useful, 107 readings)
Alledgedly, this hotel is the choice of such luminaries as Sean Connery and Richard Wilson when they stay in the capital - when I was there, the best we had was Gazza, which was slightly disappointing. Nevertheless, this is possibly the most glorious hotels I have ever stayed at. We didn't get one of the Castle view rooms, but I had a nosy in someone else's and the views from them are stunning. This is a big, grand, enormously classy hotel; polished doorman, huge staircases, opulent but tasteful decoration, and restaurants serving heavenly food. But there's little no edge, no discernable attitude, just a wealth of good service. Our room had ... Read the complete review
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