From bypass-follow bypass North. At Gogarburn Jct follow signs for City centre (A8) for approx 5 miles. At Haymarket junction follow signs for Dalkeith & East. At the T junction turn left into Morrison St go forward to Bread St & go through West Port & through the Grassmarket. At the roundabout vere left through the cowgate and the hotel is approx 500 meters on left. No on site car parking. St Johns Hill NCP car park 3 minutes walk. This is well sign posted from the hotel. Please note that a no entry restriction operates through the Cowgate from 10pm
Public Transport Directions
Getting to Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh-Royal Mile hotel by ON FOOT
On leaving Waverly Train Station, exit via Market Street Exit.Look to the left and walk towards the bridge. Walk under it and to the right hand side, Jeffery Street. As you follow the road round you will pass a Tapas restaurant on your right hand side.Continue towards the traffic lights, this is you now on the Royal Mile.Cross the traffic and you will see The World’s End pub on your right hand side.Continue down St Mary’s Street to the bottomTake the first right and walk past St Patricks Church and you will find us
5 minutes without luggage
10 minutes with luggage
Getting to Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh-Royal Mile hotel by TAXI
Taxi cost from Edinburgh International Airport to the Express Edinburgh hotel is approximately £18-£20 one way.
Getting to Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh-Royal Mile hotel by BUS
Bus services operate regularly 24 hours a day from Edinburgh International Airport to Edinburgh city centre with Airlink 100 & Night Buses N22, takes approx 25 minutes. Drop off point Waverley Bridge 10 minutes walk from the Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh-Royal Mile hotel) Single fare £3.50, open return £6.00
Bus services from Glasgow, London and other major UK cities call at St Andrews Bus Station, 15 minutes walk from the Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh Royal Mile hotel. Main operators are Stagecoach, National Express, MegaBus, Citylink.
Most coaches leaving St Andrew’s Bus Station also stop in other parts of Edinburgh – such as Charlotte Square or Queensferry Road, before making their way out of the city.