34 Bread Street,EH3 9AF Edinburgh55.945907 -3.204509
Hotel built in 1930, Last complete renovation 2007, Last partial renovation 2007, Number of floors 4, Total number of rooms 139, Number of single rooms 0, Number of double rooms 139, of which have a double bed 70, of which are suitable as three-bed rooms 4, Rooms with connecting door 4, Number of suites (separate rooms) 4, Number of junior suites 1, Hotel, City hotel, Business hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel, Family hotel, No-smoking hotel, Gay and lesbian-friendly hotel
positiv: Good restaurant. Staff friendly and helpful. Room was clean.
negativ: Although on 3rd floor was affected by street noise from drunks and traffic as no double-glazing. Is short walk from centre but actual location is not particular good - 2 rough pubs and a strip joint within 25 metres of the hotel reception! Little wardrobe or cupboard space. Over-priced at £125 for a double per night.
positiv: Generally the hotel was pleasant, I noticed if you paid more there was a possibility for a larger room so for the money we paid it was adequate. The hotel was central in the city, it was modern inside, staff were friendly, generally clean and the bar was enjoyable especially the cocktails that were not on the menu which you can order.
negativ: Breakfast was pretty poor, mostly only English style so mostly fried, very little in the way of Continental style. The elevator didnt always want to work correctly.
From Haymarket station, walk eastwards in Morrison St. Morrison St runs on to Bread Street. Many local buses stop nearby. From Waverley station the best option is a taxi which takes 5 minutes and costs approx £5.
FORTH ROAD BRIDGE, A8. | A701. | M8, A71, A8. | M8, A71, A8. station Lauriston Place, direction Edinburgh Centre | M8. station Junction 1, direction West