Nobody puts Edinburgh’s Crowne Plaza in the corner.
Minutes away from the Playhouse, the hotel is the ideal spot to stay when enjoying the upcoming run of Dirty Dancing or a night out in the capital.
With bed and breakfast included, a complimentary bottle of Prosecco adds a touch of sparkle to the stay.
Central Edinburgh location
Edinburgh’s four star Crowne Plaza is situated in the heart of Edinburgh close to Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.
Part of a terrace of Georgian Townhouses, the hotel boasts many of the building’s gorgeous original features as well as stunning views of the Firth of Forth.
The private landscaped garden behind the hotel is one of the most impressive in Edinburgh and is the perfect spot to enjoy a peaceful alfresco drink or meal.
Despite its historic surroundings, Edinburgh’s Crowne Plaza is a thoroughly modern hotel. Each room is fitted with wifi access, stylish decor and tea and coffee making facilities.
Guests can relax in the swimming pool and steam room in the hotel’s fitness centre and a state of the art gym is available for those who can’t miss their work out.
The breakfast buffet is served in the Terrace Restaurant which serves seasonal Scottish food overlooking the gorgeous landscaped gardens.
Edinburgh’s Crowne Plaza has received hundreds of reviews on Tripadvisor, most of which rate the hotel as “Excellent” or “Very good.”
Recent reviews say:
“Setting the gold standard in Edinburgh. A wonderful haven to spend time in between trips out to shows, sightseeing and shopping. But the staff really made this break special. Each and every one went out of their way to look after us and without exception, were friendly, helpful and caring.”
“Breakfast was excellent. The staff were friendly and helpful too. Especially the staff in the restaurant who couldn’t do enough to look after us. Overall a great experience and would stay here again.”
“The room itself was comfortable, well sized and perfect for our needs. The quality of the gym, pool and steam room was a very nice surprise and extremely well integrated into the delightful terraced building. The breakfast we had the following morning had a good range of help yourself buffet items with excellent alternatives off the menu as well. Despite not being smack bang in the middle of Princes Street we actually felt more central to the wider activities that Edinburgh has to offer.”