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THE HIGHLIGHTS
Effectively a cocktail bar with sensuous hideaway 'cabins', this small boutique hotel in a dramatically moody (but convenient) location in the Old Town's Cowgate is a stylish bolthole for glamorous fun.

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THE LOCATION

This hotel is in prime position to view the sights, including the the Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle and St Giles. A few minutes beyond, you'll find the Scottish Parliament, Holyrood Castle and Arthur's Seat.

The hotel is in the heart of Edinburgh's Cowgate thoroughfare. The Grassmarket and Victoria Street are five minutes on foot.

By car: around an hour from Glasgow, 2 hours 30 minutes from Newcastle and 4 hours 30 minutes from Manchester. Paid parking available nearby.

By train: Glasgow Queens Street to Edinburgh Waverley takes around 50 minutes, it's 3 hours from Manchester Piccadilly and 4 hours 45 minutes from London Kings Cross - after which, it's a 5-minute walk to the hotel. Book trains to Edinburgh.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

There's a real attention to detail, from immaculate oak panelling to the lush, deepest blood red velvet furnishings. This is opulent and them some. You'll feel like the star in your own film.

THE FACILITIES

You can feel like royalty by buzzing for prosecco. Or pay extra for the VIP 'Treat Me Like I'm Famous' package and you'll receive gold rose petals and luxury chocolates, as well as a personal visit from the bartender, mimosas in your breakfast hamper and a £50 bar tab: the life of luxury.

  • Bar
  • Lounge
  • Live music
  • In-room breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

Rooms are snug, with rich fabrics and dim lighting - and the only window is opaque glass brick. Rooms feature built-in sleigh beds and the marble-look bathrooms have heated floors.

Room types: Cabin, Classic, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, Nespresso machine, hidden TV mirror, hand-built cocktail bar, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The House of Gods bar serves rock and roll-themed cocktails. There's a classy cabaret feel at Lilith's Lounge, named for the Queen of the Damned. The hotel doesn't serve food, although a breakfast hamper is delivered to your room. We loved the breakfast hamper bagel with turkey, Monterey Jack cheese, gooey mustardy sauce and fried potatoes.

House of Gods cocktail bar & Lilith's Lounge: decadent bar and late night hideaway, serving cocktails. Open daily.

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