See why so many travellers make The Inn Place their hotel of choice when visiting Edinburgh. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Calton Hill (0.4 mi) and Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (1.3 mi), guests of The Inn Place can easily experience some of Edinburgh's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The Inn Place features 24 hour front desk, express check-in and check-out, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a lounge.
While in Edinburgh, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from The Inn Place, including The Witchery by the Castle (0.3 mi), The Ivy on the Square (0.2 mi), and Dishoom Edinburgh (0.2 mi).
Best of all, The Inn Place makes it easy to experience many great Edinburgh attractions like The Real Mary King's Close, Palace of Holyroodhouse, and Dean Village, which are some popular historic sites.
At The Inn Place, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Edinburgh.
Me and my brother were scheduled to arrive on April 16th. Because of the governments shutting down travel we weren't allowed to come. The Inn Place has refused to give us a refund. Pretty dishonest to say the least. Needless to say we have used all of our social media outlets to let everyone know.
My daughter and I shared a twin room that was clean with a nice bathroom, and a sizable shower with wonderful water pressure and hot water. A coffee pot and a hairdryer rounded out the satisfaction. The drawback is we were second floor street side, and the street is noisy with partiers and cars on the pavers. Every night we were awakened by rowdies. Maybe if there is an interior room...
Excellent location in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town: minutes from the Castle, the Edinburgh Writer's Museum, Waverley Station, links to the airport and a wide range of places to eat. I'd recommend spacious, stylish room 322, which has a charming, tiny annex overlooking atmospheric Anchor Close, where Rabbie Burns himself used to socialize with the 'Crockallan Fencibles' a convivial club noted for 'gude companie'. We particularly appreciated the very helpful, professional and welcoming front of house staff when we visited 13th January, and Daniel the Duty Manager who went the extra mile to assist us. Highly recommended.
Contemporary furnishings, but there were issues with the finish. The bathroom looked great, until you noticed the mouldy silicone sealer and the shower door which hadn't been correctly fitted, touching at the top, but with a large gap at the bottom. However, by far the worst thing was the bed, which was so hard, it made it difficult to get any sleep. Also for some reason there was a large door sized panel attached to the wall in our room, from which rose a significant crack. Perhaps we were just unlucky, but I'd advise anyone to avoid room 318. We chose not to have the hotel's breakfast and went up to the Royal Mile to the Filling Station for a great reasonable priced breakfast. There was some mix up about cleaning our room and consequently they only got round to offering to do so in the afternoon, after I'd been to Reception. All in all, brilliant location for Edinburgh's Old Town and close to Waverley station, but I'd never chose to stay here again.…
Stayed here for rugby weekend. Great location within easy walking distance from everything. Room had no windows only a skylight window which could not be left open (Scottish weather!) leaving the room like a sauna with the radiator off. Staff very polite, friendly and helpful.