Royal Ettrick Hotel

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Resting in the wooded neighborhood of Polwarth in Edinburgh, Scotland, is the Royal Ettrick Hotel. Standing two stories tall, the hotel is two kilometers from Princes Street, the Royal Mile and the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. Edinburgh Castle, Scottish Parliament and Edinburgh Zoo are three kilometers from the property.
The Royal Ettrick Hotel provides traditional Scottish cuisine in the Conservatory Bistro. Cocktails and light snacks are offered in The International Bar. A complimentary full Scottish breakfast is served daily. The hotel features conference rooms and high-speed Internet access in public areas.

The 17 guestrooms of the Royal Ettrick Hotel include televisions and coffeemakers. Private bethrooms include hair d ryers.

Room Types:

Standard Double/Twin:   One king bed or two twin beds. Traditional decor. Some with sloping ceiling and skylights. Television, direct-dial phone, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, ensuite bathroom with hair dryer.

Standard Triple:   Three twin beds. Traditional decor. Some with sloping ceiling and skylights. Television, direct-dial phone, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, ensuite bathroom with hair dryer.

Driving Directions:
From Edinburgh Airport:
Approximate distance to the hotel is 5.5 miles.

Taxis and hire cars are available from the airport; a typical taxi fare to the hotel is approximately 15-20 GBP. Airport shuttle bus number 100 runs from the airport to Princes Street, from here bus numbers 10 or 27 run to the hotel. A taxi from Princes Street to the hotel costs approximately 6 GBP. The centre of Edinburgh can easily be explored on foot, there are also a number of bus tours around the city. The hotel is 1.5 miles from Waverley Station.

Driving directions: From the airport, follow signs to Edinburgh city centre along the A8, through Corstorphine, Murrayfield and Haymarket. At the West End of Princes Street, turn right into Lothian Road and follow the signs to the A702 through 5 sets of traffic lights. At Tollcross (clocktower in the middle of the junction) veer right into Home Street. At the 2nd set of traffic lights by the Kings Theatre, turn right into Gilmore Place. Continue along Gilmore Place for at least half a mile over 2 sets of lights. After the 2nd set of lights, continue straight over the mini roundabout into Polwarth Terrace and take the first road on your left after the tennis courts and bowling green. Take the first right into Ettrick Road and the car park is situated on the left.
  • Restaurant(s) Conference room(s)
  • Bar/lounge Complimentary breakfast
  • Internet public area - high-speed Parking nearby

Room Amenities: , , • Makeup mirror • Direct-dial phone • Window opens • Iron/ironing board (on request • Cribs (infant beds) available • Trouser press • Extra towels/bedding 

Royal Mile - 1.5 kilometres | Princes Street - 1.5 kilometres | Edinburgh Castle - 2.5 kilometres | Edinburgh International Conference Centre - 1.5 kilometres | Holyrood Palace - 3.0 kilometres | Scottish Parliament - 3.0 kilometres | Murrayfield Stadium - 3.0 kilometres | Edinburgh Zoo - 3.0 kilometres | Royal Yacht Brittania - 5.0 kilometres |

Edinburgh Hotels - Royal Ettrick Hotel
Resting in the wooded neighborhood ...
13 Ettrick Road Edinburgh, EH10 5BJ

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I have to say I was quite dissapointed with the service at your hotel. Me and my partner stayed for 4 nights and not once in the time we stayed did our bed get made or the linen changed. Dirty glasses were still left on the hospitality tray and the soap wasn't replaced after we had used it. There was some good points with the hotel and that was the lively bar and the food in the restaurant was excellent. But agian there was a down side in the restaurant and that was the fact that me and my partner had to get ourselves knifes from the cupboard and fill our coffee mugs up our selves and a few other guests had to do the same. The waitresses at breakfast didnt seem to care if the guests were happy or not. I really feel that in some ways the hotel was very much unfinished. For the prices you charge I didn't feel that it was worth the money. Even when we left on the last day nobody checked us out. We could have had an unpaid bar bill or restaurant bill. Me and my partner were very dissapointed and unfortunatly will not be staying at your hotel again.
Posted by: Nicola arthur

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