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The Ibis Edinburgh Centre Royal Mile hotel is located in the old town,just off the Royal Mile, Princess Street and its numerous restaurants are all within walking distance. 5 min from Waverley railway station and 12 km from the airport, the hotel has 99 rooms, including 6 adapted for...
If you already know Ibis hotels, you know there is not much space in the room. I usually choose Ibis for couple nights only because it has good affordable prices. This Ibis has a very friendly staff, good pizza and tomato soup. the location is...More
Our room was on the top floor. It was clean and well equipped with tea and coffee facilities, hair drier and tv ( rubbish but unchangeable sound) and a comfortable bed. There were two single fold- up beds as well.
Pity there was one set...More
1 Thank Bob M
Response from Simon G, General Manager at Ibis Edinburgh Centre Royal MileResponded 21 April 2018
Dear Bob M
First of all thank you so much for those wonderful 5 stars you have rated us with!
Sorry to hear there was a few things that didn't go as planned, we would definitely like to make up for that so if you...More
Although a budget priced hotel, we had everything we needed for a comfortable two night stay. The hotel is in a great position and not too far from the station, which is great when lugging suitcases up the hill. Staff were relaxed and helpful and...More
The rooms are very nice and we enjoyed our stay. Staff from start to finish was wonderful. Breakfast was also very good. Just a few steps from the Royal Mile. If you have a street side room you will need to keep your window closed...More
We stayed here in May for 2 nights. It is literally a few steps from the Royal Mile and so many of the many many things to do in Edinburgh. The rooms were very clean as was the lobby and other parts of the Hotel....More
Few Edinburghers live in the Old Town, but its labyrinth of dank alleys and steep streets suggests this was not always the case. Today, it’s mostly visitors, tartan-flavoured souvenir shops, and pipers that you’ll find on its cobbled streets. This is the place to get a feel for Auld Reekie (Old Smelly), as the town was once nicknamed, and stroll the Royal Mile, the thoroughfare that links the castle with the
royal palace – two of Edinburgh’s great set-piece attractions. But there’s lots more exploring to do here down dozens of little alleys, or wynds, while at night the city’s busiest clubs erupt along the Cowgate which is closed to traffic for this purpose.
Response from Roxanna B | Reviewed this property |
Hi. We didn’t drive, we took the train instead. I think it’ll be quite difficult to park there however I would suggest to send a message to the hotel and ask. On Booking it says that parking it’s possible at a location... More
Hi. We didn’t drive, we took the train instead. I think it’ll be quite difficult to park there however I would suggest to send a message to the hotel and ask. On Booking it says that parking it’s possible at a location nearby so the hotel should be able to advise. Hope this helps. Have a great journey.
Response from Elizabeth P | Reviewed this property |
We had room 402 and would say it would of fitted a standard double and a single bed comfortable with space to walk between beds. If you have stayed in a preiumer Inn it's pretty comparable to all the Premier Inn rooms I have... More
We had room 402 and would say it would of fitted a standard double and a single bed comfortable with space to walk between beds. If you have stayed in a preiumer Inn it's pretty comparable to all the Premier Inn rooms I have had in the past. I have had a room at the back of this hotel and it was smaller in size. just one double and was cosy.