Welcome to the Grassmarket Hotel. The newly refurbished Grassmarket Hotel is the perfect choice for work and play, & is centrally located only a 10 minute walk from the Edinburgh International Conference Centre & a 5 minute walk to the Royal Mile.
The Grassmarket Hotel is the perfect choice for work and play, and is centrally located only a 10 minute walk from the Edinburgh International Conference Centre and only a 5 minute walk from the best attractions Edinburgh has to offer including Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.
If you like to unwind after a hard day in quirky stylish surroundings, you won’t be disappointed. Our designs bring a distinctive and fresh flavour to the Edinburgh hotel market whilst incorporating traditional Scottish twists, with a few surprises along the way! The hotel has newly refurbished guestroom all complete with rainfall style showers.
All bedrooms come with Bluetooth connectivity to play your music via the hight quality speakers and USB charging points for hassle free charging. Each bedroom has a large flat screen plasma TV. Oh and if that wasn’t enough to keep you occupied, we also have free Wi-Fi.
New to the city? All rooms have wall sized magnetic map that will point you in the right direction. We look forward to welcoming you to the Grassmarket Hotel soon.
|£85 Per room per night (room only)|
|Comfy Twin / Double||£110 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Single Room||£65 Per room per night (room only)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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