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Bruntsfield Hotel
69 Bruntsfield Place
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians

EH10 4HH | View map

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Best Western Bruntsfield Hotel is a beautifully appointed classic hotel with contemporary touches, situated close to the heart of the city overlooking leafy Bruntsfield Links park. High quality, individual and tastefully designed bedrooms are comfortable to work and relax in and all have spacious desks with good lighting. The hotel offers bedrooms in a selection of styles including Standard, Superior and Deluxe rooms. Free internet access is available in all bedrooms and public areas. Bisque Bar & Brasserie is open from morning until late serving bar drinks, coffees & snacks and a full brasserie lunch and dinner menu of casual gourmet food. Drinks and food can be enjoyed on the outside heated terrace. Edinburgh’s major tourist attractions are close to the hotel either by a 15 minute walk to the city centre through Bruntsfield Links park or 10 minutes by city bus from outside the hotel. If you are looking for an independent, high quality hotel when visiting Edinburgh on business or leisure, where you are treated as an individual, the Best Western Bruntsfield Hotel is ideal. Free car parking is available to hotel guests and the hotel is non-smoking throughout.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 73
Number Ensuite: 73
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