We stayed for a Saturday and Sunday night, after our wedding at Edinburgh zoo. The room was great: we were moved to a suite on the fifth floor as a congratulations, which meant lots of space and lovely views over the Forth. The bed was very big and incredibly comfortable, and the bathroom's outsize shower was very nice too. Our rate didn't include breakfast, and the one breakfast we did order, for £12, wasn't exactly a bargain, but not particularly surprising. The service was pretty decent - very friendly and helpful. The whole place seemed extremely low-key, given the rather hyped chat about Missoni's first hotel etc, which we liked. Cocktails were at ok prices, and were good, if not absolutely first rate.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- G&V Royal Mile Hotel, Edinburgh is set in the heart of the capital on the historic Royal Mile. The hotel has breath-taking views over the Royal Mile, Edinburgh's Old Town, Arthur's Seat and even on to and across the Firth of Forth. Established as one of Scotland's most stylish five star hotels, G&V Hotel is known for warm, friendly, five star hospitality tailored to the individual. As part of the Quorvus Collection, G&V Royal Mile Hotel is a new generation of luxury combining contemporary design, a warm welcome and Scottish character. All 136 rooms and suites come with complimentary Wi-Fi, newspapers and Nespresso coffee and tea. Each room includes rain showers, generous bath products, LCD TV's with iPod and laptop connections, luxurious bathrobes and slippers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- G&V Royal Mile Hotel Edinburgh Scotland