Edinburgh: Standard/Junior or Deluxe Queen Suite for Two at Hanover 71 Suites

Edinburgh: Standard/Junior or Deluxe Queen Suite for Two at Hanover 71 Suites

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The Hotel Travellers looking for central location and sleek interiors can enjoy a stay in Hanover 71 Suites. Set within an easy reach of Camera…

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The Hotel

Travellers looking for central location and sleek interiors can enjoy a stay in Hanover 71 Suites. Set within an easy reach of Camera Obscura, World of Illusions, The Real Mary King’s Close, and Prince Street, the property makes for a great base for exploring the gems of Edinburgh. 

Guests can make themselves at home, staying in the modern suites peppers with colourful decor accents. Each one comes complete with a flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, and a private bathroom with toiletries.

When hunger strikes, visitors can take a short stroll to explore the local food venues, while coffee, cookies and chocolate available on site will provide an energy boost.

Groupon’s Guide To Edinburgh

Located in Lothian, on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth, the capital city of Scotland allures with historic sites, cultural landmarks and a wide variety of shopping centres and traditional markets.

History enthusiasts may visit the famous Edinburgh Castle, a 12th-century historic fortress built on Castle Rock, a volcanic plug in the middle of the city. Also, culture seekers may visit the Old Town and the New Town, both listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, boasting Georgian-style buildings and traditional markets. After exploring renowned museums and galleries, holidaymakers may savour traditional dishes such as haggis and Scottish shortbread, available at numerous restaurants and bars. Artistic types may head to one of the city’s music and theatre venues which keep guests entertained with folk acts, jazz concerts and plays. Edinburgh has a moderate climate with summer temperatures of about 20°C. Winter brings windy and frosty days with little sunshine. The transition seasons, spring and autumn, tend to be rather cool.