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Reviewed 6 October 2017

We were booked to see attend an event nearby and needed accommodation so tried this hotel. It was an excellent choice and all staff we met were very pleasant, helpful and efficient. Mark stood out as being particularly helpful. The room was big enough and included two comfortable, easy chairs Next morning we went to breakfast in the basement cafe and enjoyed one vegetarian meal and one smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. Again the staff were so nice and friendly and a pleasure to talk to.

The hotel is a wonderful Georgian building but the colour scheme and furnishings are definitely not Georgian in the bedroom we were in. Georgian colours are earthy, Autumn colours including terracotta, duck egg blue, olive green, butter yellow and warm browns. It would have been nice to have seen them.

Also there are no pure black and dark grey colours in a Georgian colour scheme but they were there in the hotel along with some other mismatched colours. Bedrooms are places to relax in and sleep well so light Georgian blues or greens with other balancing colours would have been great. Hotel owners or managers who choose decor colours forget that colour has a psychological impact on those sleeping in their rooms. Good colour choices also make rooms look classier and more expensive than poor colour choices.

We did enjoy this hotel though and would definitely go back. Well done to the staff! Thank you!

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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1  Thank mantras108
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Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

The reception was so welcoming. I was allowed to park in a secured spot even though we arrived well before check in. Our room is spacious and has a garden view and a window seat. King sized bed as booked. The place is kept very clean and decorated tastefully. Home for three days. The smiles, advice and directions is delivered with charm and

Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Redserge479
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

We stayed in this hotel for the first time for 1 night. We checked in around 10pm and were informed that we would have to be out of the room by 10:30am which seems very early for a checkout. We also had to park our car behind someone else's car and were informed if they needed out they would call us and wake us to move our car.
The property is lovely, rooms are large with a very comfy bed and a nice shower room.
The cleanliness of the room was not good though, we were tired from flying for over 7 hours then driving from Glasgow and when we pulled back the covers of the bed there were hairs all over the bottom sheet, as well as other stains (they were cleaned but still not a good look) and hairs all over the pillows, we found a total of 6 hairs of different lengths throughout the bedding.
Breakfast was extra and for £5 you get a continental breakfast which we choose but there is not much options, there is a small selection of different things like a continental breakfast but no rolls or anything to put your cheese & cold meats etc in. A cooked breakfast was an option for £10 each and available to order if you wished.
I definitely expected more from a 4 star hotel

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Mark O
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Reviewed 8 September 2017

I stayed in a single room while attending a conference nearby at the University of Edinburgh (off of Holyrood Park Road). The hotel was clean, comfortable, and quiet. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. It was about an 8-minute walk to the Conference venue, while for travel to the Old Town, a bus stop was located just around the corner, where 7 different bus lines ran very frequently. The breakfast was good, but not great, and was not included in the price of the room. Overall, if I were attending a conference again at the same location, I would stay at this hotel, which I rated as very good. As a boutique hotel, it was a notch below one I had stayed in in Paris a few years ago, but cost-wise, the Salisbury Hotel was much more reasonably priced. As an aside, I had dinner at two nearby pubs during my stay --The Salisbury Arms (located at the end of Salisbury Road near Dalkeith Road) and The Abbey (on Newington Road), which I would both recommend.

Room Tip: The single room I stayed in overlooked a courtyard and was very quiet.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled on business
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Thank NLion75
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

We only stayed one night but wish we had more time here. The house is beautiful, the room extremely comfortable, the breakfast room very inviting and the food cooked to perfection. Great location for visiting the town. Highly recommend this place.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Regina C
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