Budget: In Edinburgh there are many hotels called "crash pads" that are a simple, affordable place to rest a weary head. There are also many parks with excellent facilities for camping and caravans so that you can enjoy both the city and country and still stay within your budget.
During certain times of the year Edinburgh University also opens its campus to students, families and groups during certain times of the year. These are accommodating as well as cost effective.
Self-catering: There are many self-catering apartments in Edinburgh's renowned Royal Mile district. This section of the city is a historic stunner and offers plenty to do. This is a great option for a family or traveler who does not want to spend money or time on a commute but wants to be in the middle of it all.
Luxury: Princes Street is the most prestigious address in Edinburgh. There are a number of hotels here with sweeping castle views, spas, and luxurious amenities.
Live like the locals: A B&B or guest house in nearby Lothian provides a unique experience. Travelers can stay in a lovely historic home with gardens and paths in which to explore the countryside. Most of these are a very simple and quick ride into Edinburgh so you can truly get to know the local life and get the best of both worlds.
Hotel review website TripAdvisor allows travelers to thoroughly assess Edinburgh hotels that they have visited. The unbiased evaluations really help to find the best hotels and avoid the worst.
Read more in our Edinburgh Guide.
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