The Mercure Edinburgh City – Princes Street Hotel is ideally located in the city centre. The friendly hotel staff are forever keen to help make your stay a memorable one, offering all guests exceptional service and hospitality. They can also offer insider tips on sightseeing, from Edinburgh tours to family days out. Wander Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, catch a musical at the Edinburgh Playhouse or find peace and quiet in Princes Street Gardens close to Waverley Station, opposite our Edinburgh hotel. Enjoy panoramic views of the majestic Edinburgh Castle from the open plan Princes Dining Room restaurant. The Restaurant serves all one would expect to find in a traditional Scottish restaurant, as well as international dishes. The Princes Bar, in our Edinburgh hotel is ideal for relaxing, whether that be with a cool soft drink, a warming cup of hot chocolate or a classic Glenfiddich malt scotch whisky.
Guestrooms at the Mercure Edinburgh have crisp sheets and a white-tiled en-suite bathroom. Chargeable music and movies are available on demand as well as free WiFi throughout the hotel and a plasma flat-screen TV.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Flat-screen TV with Radio & Digital On-Demand Movies
- Complimentary WiFi Internet Access
- Direct-Dial Telephone
- Work Desk
Princes Dining Rooms:
Drink in views of Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street Gardens in the Princes Dining Rooms or sip a whisky in the Princes Bar at the Mercure Edinburgh City – Princes Street Hotel. Light streams in through floor-to-ceiling windows in the Princes Dining Rooms, with picture-postcard views of Edinburgh Castle.
The Bar provides friendly surroundings in which to enjoy an after dinner drink or a speciality coffee as you relax after your meal and continue to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of the Hotel.
The City of Edinburgh
On The Map: Edinburgh is located in the southeast of Scotland. Edinburgh is well served by a good network of roads and motorways, including the M8 from Glasgow to the west, and A68 from Newcastle, England to the southeast.
Edinburgh knows how to welcome travelers with grace and charm. She also knows how to kick up her heels and enjoy a nice shot of Scotch Whisky after a festival. The hill that Edinburgh Castle stands upon has been Scotland’s remarkable silent witness since the Bronze Age. Today her streets are filled with cutting-edge galleries and museums, tributes to the love of literature and music, fine cuisine, quirky shops, theater, and an extravagance of festivals. Four ancient streets, called the Royal Mile, are the main thoroughfare. Running through medieval Edinburgh with her 66 alleys, tumbling shops, cobblestones, and tight homes the Royal Mile takes you to New Town. Here you’ll stroll through fine gardens, perfect Georgian architecture and broad squares. The mix of time, while lost in time, is a heady brew. There may be no finer city than Edinburgh Scotland, to participate in the gifts of the past with an eye to a brilliant future.