Hotels in Edinburgh in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... was superb, helping me to smooth over the two small charges - the friendliness of staff, willingness to go that extra mile, superb food, overall cleanliness and opulent presentation were faultless. Some examples of what impressed me were not life-changing but most appreciated when you are away from home and little things present themselves. We came back from the rugby (New Zealand won in case you are interested) and asked what time the restaurant opened, the receptionist asked had we booked and we said we hadn’t. She said it was full but she would talk to the restaurant manager and see if we could be fitted in somewhere. A shor... more
Customer Hotels in Edinburgh in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/10/07 (Very useful, 153 readings)
CHANNINGS HOTEL, EDINBURGH; Arriving in Edinburgh, for full on rugby, our focus was on supporting New Zealand All Blacks, we had to beat Scotland in the 2007 Rugby World Cup. I’d booked the accommodation months in advance and told anyone who would listen that I was incredulous at the price we had to pay on match- night to stay in Edinburgh after the game. Channings Hotel changed our ‘’rugby’‘ weekend focus the minute we walked through the door. First impressions were of truly upmarket accommodation. The reception is tidily tucked to one side with the comfortable sofas as the main feature in this ever so important welcoming area to any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/05, updated on 08/03/05 (Very useful, 396 readings)
Name: Aarajura Guest House Location: Gilmore Place, off Gorgie Road, Edinburgh Star rating: **** AA rating * MY REVIEW * What a fabulous birthday treat I had a couple of months ago. My boyfriend's mother, who I now LOVE, by the way, booked he and I into a guest house in Edinburgh for the weekend, during which we were also lucky enough to get an aromatherapy massage. This aforementioned guest house was the Aarajura, booked only on the basis that when generous Beth typed in the search engine for guest houses, the Aarajura popped up first, what with it being in alphabetical order. I'm certainly glad it did. With a 4 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/01, updated on 14/04/01 (Very useful, 214 readings)
Edinburgh's premier hotel is looking tired. Once an exclusive destination, now tour busses line up outside disgorging weary tourists 'doing' Scotland. Rooms and fittings show resulting signs of wear from frequent turnover. The George in George Street has been my address in Edinburgh for some ten years. It is in the centre of town by St Andrews Square, convenient for my work, close to restaurants and shops and just off Princess Street. The staff show true Scot's hospitality, even though, as part of the Intercontinental group they are an international team. Reception and hall staff are welcoming and friendly. After your room is ... Read the complete review
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