Cheap hotels Edinburgh Motel One - Designhotels
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  • Motel_One_Edinburgh_Royal_Fassade_01
    96% recommendations
    based on total 100% 6510 recommendations
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    Motel One


    Edinburgh is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. In the middle of Old Town you have got a truly royal view of Edinburgh Castle. Take a stroll on the Royal Mile, but also through the numerous side streets. You must go and visit the Scotch Whiskey Heritage Center, the Outlook Tower with the Camera Obscura or High Street with St Giles Cathedral. Your design hotel Motel one is right next to the Waverly Station, which gives you the flexibility for all other excursions.

    Edinburgh-Royal 55.950744000000000 -3.191559000000000 Edinburgh (Scotland) EH1 1BL Edinburgh (Scotland) Phone: +44/131/220 073-0 Fax: +44/131/226 8839
  • Edinburgh_Princes_One_Lounge_01
    98% recommendations
    based on total 100% 4734 recommendations
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    Motel One


    Your design hotel Motel One Edinburgh-Princes is the right choice for you whether you want to go shopping on the famous Princes Street, visit the National Gallery of Scotland or take a walk to Edinburgh Castle. The hotel is perfectly situated in the city centre of Edinburgh and in close proximity to Waverly Station where you have easy access to public transportation.

    Edinburgh-Princes 55.953570000000000 -3.190030000000000 Edinburgh (Scotland) EH2 2AN Edinburgh (Scotland) Phone: +44/131/5 50 92 20 Fax: +44/131/556 91 87

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If you're looking to explore Edinburgh, but you're on a tight budget, our cheap Motel One hotels combine great design, style and ambience with excellent service and quality and a great location – great value for money that doesn't compromise on comfort. After fortifying yourself with a fresh, varied breakfast you can put together an exciting agenda for Edinburgh in the One Lounge. Edinburgh offers a great diversity of sights to see, including medieval architecture, trendy retail outlets and charming pubs. Nestled in the heart of Edinburgh's historic Old Town is the Grassmarket, formerly the site of public hangings and now one of the most vibrant, picturesque and convivial areas of the city. A paradise of independent merchants, designers and artisans, such as "W. Armstrong & Son" – a bright colourful shop overflowing with second-hand vintage fashion from every decade dating back to Victorian costume. A veritable treasure trove of frilly shirts, flared trousers and other curiosities. ?And if you need some fortification after all that rummaging, grab a coffee at the laid-back "Elephant House" (21 George IV Bridge). Legend has it that the then still unknown J K. Rowling was inspired here to write her first lines about a certain Harry Potter. Maybe the great views of the city's breathtaking skyline will inspire you too. ??And as evening draws near, it's time to get out and party. While churches used to be a place of worship and spiritual choirs, these days there are much more exciting things happening behind some church doors, such as "Frankenstein" (26 George IV Bridge) – one of the best themed bars in the Scottish capital and pub of choice for many students and partygoers looking for a good time. Why not start your stay in one of our stylish cheap Motel One hotels? Our centrally located hotels are the perfect base for exploring this wonderful city. We look forward to welcoming you!