How To Find Budget Hotels In Edinburgh

by | Sep 20, 2013 | Hotels

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4If you’re finally making that trip to Scotland you’ve always wanted, it is easy to find budget hotels in Edinburgh within walking distance of some major attractions. Piries Hotel in Edinburgh city offers reasonable rates plus a lot of amenities. It offers three star accommodation and all guests bedroom are non smoking.

Attractions are close by include Princes Street, West End, Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Scottish Parliament, Holy rood palace, Royal Yacht Britannia/Ocean Terminal, Deep Sea World, Edinburgh Zoo, Murrayfield Stadium, Craigmilar Castle, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Braid Hills Golf Course, and the 3D Loch Ness Experience among other things within walking or short driving distance.

The amenities include private bathrooms, hair dryers, satellite TV, complimentary tea and coffee. Rooms and public areas are ‘Wi-Fi’ enabled for easy internet access allowing you to keep up with your emails and contacts while traveling. The lounge bar offers a wide range of drinks including a fine range of malt whiskies. They are open all year round.

There are questions you should ask before booking any hotel. How long have they been in business? Do they have seasonal rates? What kinds of rooms are available – king, queen, double, single? Do they offer complimentary breakfast? Do they have turn down service? Is there a restaurant connected to or close to the hotel? What are their cancellation policies? How soon do you have to call to cancel reservations if an emergency comes up? Are the sheets washed daily or are they on an every other day for the same guest time frame? Do they offer pay per view movies in the rooms? Does the facility have a pool?

6The trip to Scotland to try to spot Nessie will be one of the highlights of your life. Getting to know the locals and the local customs will be fun and exciting. Trying new things in a foreign place builds character. For many people, travel is a joy. They enjoy the spontaneity of hopping a bus to a new location and seeing where the day takes them. In Scotland it can take you to the present and future or take you back into the past.

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