Holiday Inn Aberdeen - Exhibition Centre Aberdeen
A Georgian Residence in Edinburgh

A Georgian Residence

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11 Moray Place, Edinburgh, Lothians, EH3 6DT, UK
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From £65.00 Per Night

 

Holiday Inn Aberdeen - Exhibition Centre Policies

Entire Booking Chargeable
Entire Booking Chargeable

Check In / Check Out

  • Check-in from 11:30
  • Please check-out by 11:00
All children are welcome. All children under 2 years are charged GBP 10 per person per night for children's cots/cribs. The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.

Concierge

  • Luggage storage
  • WiFi Internet Access Available

Car Parks / Parking

  • Car parking

General

  • All Public and Private Spaces Non Smoking
  • Heating
  • Internet services
  • Non Smoking Rooms
  • Wireless Lan

We are situated 10 minutes' walk from Edinburgh Castle and the West Princes Street Gardens, Moray Place offers B&B accommodation with free Wi-Fi.

Set in the heart of New Town area, this property boast Georgian architecture with original features such as the quaint main stairs cupola. Each room at the Moray Place Bed and Breakfast Edinburgh features an en suite bathroom with a shower and free toiletries, a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities, and carpeted floor. Some rooms boast views of the Moray Place Gardens or the River Forth and the hills of Fife. Breakfast is served daily in the dining room which overlooks the landscaped garden. Full of attractions, Edinburgh offers many places to visit, including the famous Holyrood Park featuring Arthur's Seat, the Royal Mile, and the Royal Botanic Garden, all within one and half mile from the property.

A Georgian Residence Rooms

Twin/Double

2 Single bed(s) or 1 Double bed(s)

N/A beds per room.
rooms of this type in the hotel.
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Directions
We are only three streets from Princes Street with various well known department stores on one side of the street and magnificent gardens on the other. Walk through the gardens situated beneath the Castle and stop to admire the floral clock (now 100 years old) before visiting the National Gallery of Scotland. From there you can continue up the Mound and explore the many features of the medieval town - the castle, St Giles Cathedral, Holyrood Palace and much more. There is a wide range of excellent eating places within a few minutes walk of Moray Place.

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