Stayed between Christmas and New Year, so hotel very busy. No complaints for our family suite, was was three rooms and nothing to fault. However, we paid £12 for using wi-fi for less than half an hour, which we felt was a little steep. Things like free wi-fi tend to be fairly standard these days, especially in a suite.
However, my father had a room across the hall which was a standard and was not as recently decorated or in the same style. Also the lavatory was very odd and in a corner - kinda hard to describe, but let's just say if you were wider than average you might have found it uncomfortable to use!
Breakfast fine. If we'd have been any later we would have had to queue, which I hate on holiday. Why can't hotels come up with some kind of system for breakfast to save you standing there hovering with an impatient toddler of a morning? You could stay in your room with CBeebies for them and a coffee for you rather than standing there tapping your foot! They do it for dinner............
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A historic 1860s listed building, the Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor hotel is housed over two buildings, a main building and a townhouse building. Situated in the stylish West End of the city, our hotel is just 200 meters from Haymarket train station and offers easy access to Edinburgh's iconic attractions, from Edinburgh Castle to Princes Street and the Royal Mile and is the perfect location to explore Scotland’s capital city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel Edinburgh
- Edinburgh Hilton
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