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Time Out says

No better place in Edinburgh to have a bath in a turret

Once the headquarters of the Scotsman newspaper, this has been a luxury hotel since 2001. Some of the rooms and suites have incredible views while the décor and general feel befits a boutique hotel sensibility fitted into an Edwardian- era newspaper building with baronial features. It has character, it has a great location, North Bridge Brasserie is the main dining option while the hotel also offers a gym, spa and a seriously space-age swimming pool.

By: Keith Davidson

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Address: 20 North Bridge
Edinburgh
EH1 1TR
Price: £139.00 to £374.00 per night

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