Surrounded by a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Yotel Edinburgh boasts a range of modern rooms ergonomically designed to maximise available space. These cabins, as well as the hotel’s facilities, incorporate technology-driven offerings to provide an alternative to the traditional accommodation options in the city .
Guests can enjoy either city or courtyard views and rest on a gel memory foam mattress of an adjustable bed. Each of the non-smoking cabins also features rain showers, mood lighting, smart TV and a desk with power and USB sockets.
Dining at Yotel Edinburgh takes place in a multi-purpose public area called Komyuniti where guests can have a buffet breakfast, grab a coffee and enjoy a 360-degree projections in the screening room. Active types can also take advantage of a hotel gym which is open 24/7 and features a variety of brand equipment to work up a great appetite for life.
Located in Lothian, on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth, the capital city of Scotland (UK) allures with historic sites, cultural landmarks and a wide variety of shopping centres and traditional markets.
History enthusiasts may visit the famous Edinburgh Castle, a 12th-century historic fortress built on Castle Rock, a volcanic plug in the middle of the city. Also, culture seekers may visit the Old Town and the New Town, both listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and boasting Georgian-style buildings and traditional markets. After exploring renowned museums and galleries, holidaymakers may savour traditional dishes such as Haggis and Scottish Shortbread, available at numerous restaurants and bars. Artistic types may head to one of the city’s music and theatre venues, keeping guests entertained with folk acts, jazz concerts, plays and international musicians.Get Deal