Hotel Kenneth Mackenzie Suite (Edinburgh) Reviews
Newest Review: ... are almost there. I had to try and find the hotel quite late at night and in the driving range. I reckon I would have been a gonner if I didn't have 'maps' on my iphone! The hotel is situated on a back street behind a KFC and unfortunately when I go there the 'door' was closed. The door to the 'suites' was locked and a sign said I needed to knock on another door a few doors down. That was a little disconcerting and I didn't hold my hopes up for a great experience! I found the clerk who unlocked the hotel and gave me a key without batting an eyelid at my paperwork. I was told that the hotel had no lift and my room was on the 4th floor. I w... more
Customer Hotel Kenneth Mackenzie Suite (Edinburgh) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Whenever you think about arranging a trip to Scotland and more importantly a hotel in Scotland then memories of 'the worst toilet in Scotland' from Trainspotting are likely to fill your head. It was with great trepidation that I booked The Kenneth Mackenzie Suites for my recent jaunt to the Scottish capital. Getting to the hotel was also a bit of a trek. After being dropped at the bus station in the centre of town you need to find your way across the South Bridge and into the old town. If you follow your way to the Cowgate you are almost there. I had to try and find the hotel quite late at night and in the driving range. I reckon I would have been a gonner if ... Read the complete review
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