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The four guestrooms above Paul Kitching's restaurant, which opened here in spring 2009, have the same visual panache as his celebrated cooking. Each room...

3 Royal Terrace

Hotel Ceilidh-Donia

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The Hotel Ceilidh-Donia is in the suburbs, around a mile and a half south of Princes Street (ten minutes on the bus on a good day). But that's the only...

14-16 Marchhall Crescent

Hotel Missoni

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Aficionados will know Missoni as an Italian fashion house, celebrated for its bold colours and designs. However, it's branched out of late, most recently...

1 George IV Bridge
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Howard

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A New Town Georgian fantasy of a hotel, the Howard occupies three adjacent buildings that date to the 1820s. You can almost imagine King George IV fiddling...

34 Great King Street

Prestonfield

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Set in parkland just south of Arthur's Seat, the main building here dates to 1687. Much of its original, last-gasp-Jacobean character remains, from the...

Priestfield Road

Salisbury

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Discreetly tucked away on a side road in Newington, the Salisbury merits praise for the standard of accommodation ('now' meets 'then' decor with all mod...

43-45 Salisbury Road

The Balmoral

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With a Michelin-starred restaurant (Number One), an acclaimed spa, the elevated service standards you would expect from a Rocco Forte hotel and a clock...

1 Princes Street
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Tigerlily

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Tigerlily really did break the mould when it arrived on the scene in 2006, representing the apogee of demotic chic near the height of an economic boom when...

125 George Street

Witchery by the Castle

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Seven suites, some with kitchens, are hidden away in two buildings at the top of the Royal Mile; two are in the 16th-century building in Boswell's Court,...

352 Castlehill