The Best Western Braid Hills Hotel is a wonderful place to stay in Edinburgh, which enjoys a delightful, elevated vantage point overlooking the city. Just 2.5 miles from the city center itself, you’ll be in the enviable position of having its many attractions nearby, whilst being away from all the hustle and bustle.
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This traditional Edinburgh hotel also has ample free parking and sits on a main bus route to the city center. In addition to the breathtaking views of Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat and the Firth of Forth, you’ll be within easy reach of the city’s other beauty spots. Just a short trip away, you can find iconic attractions like Holyrood Palace and the Royal Yacht Britannia. You’ll also be able to take in Princes Street Gardens, top class museums and plenty of shops at the heart of Edinburgh.
It’s also a city where there is always a festival happening – and not just the world-renowned comedy festival in late summer. This is just one of the reasons why Edinburgh is the cultural jewel in Scotland’s crown.
The capital is a great place to explore other parts of Scotland, with its excellent road and rail links. From the hilltop position of the Best Western Braid Hills Hotel, you can see all it has to offer.
Please note: Hotel ground floor rooms are only accessible by stairs.
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“Braids Hill A Great Hotel”
Make sure you use the bus. Parking in Edinburgh can be costly. The 11 bus stop is just down the road.
Rooms are well decorated and quite large. Go for one athe the front of the hotel, as you will...
Our stay was very comfortable and our room was 1st class. The Hotel is in a perfect location.
The Hotel Restaurant was excellent both in food and service.
The only critisim, if any, was there was no...
Friendly comfortable hotel. Extremely pleasant rooms.parking on site and just a short taxi or bus ride to centre so none of the hassle of finding parking in central Edinburgh which is a bit of a pain...
“Comfortable, friendly but small changes would bring big improvements”
English heartlands on 17-Oct-17
Arrived very late after a long slog north. The staff knew who we were and gave us a warm welcome. We were bounced to a deluxe room, which was lovely. Room was huge, with a curious kitchen sink, King...