Made up of five listed Georgian townhouses that were built in the 18th century for some of Edinburgh’s most prosperous citizens, The Principal Edinburgh on George St. puts a contemporary spin on timeless luxury with a hip and modish interior design that doesn’t omit the subtle nods to the rich literary heritage of Edinburgh. This is particularly evident in the hotel’s Printing Press Bar & Kitchen that was once the home of acclaimed novelist Susan Ferrier. The hotel’s rooms and suites feature fine, unassuming furnishings in soothing earthly colors that make for a sophisticated and relaxing environment with a number of contemporary tech amenities to boot. Overlooking Edinburgh’s most popular shopping street and located near the city’s most important sites, The Principal Edinburgh George St. is an ideal starting point to explore the magnificent Scottish capital.
Restaurant, bar, on-site coffee house, fitness centre, business centre (extra charge), gift shop, facilities for disabled guests
Flat screen TV, heating, tea/coffee maker, minibar, safe, telephone, desk, ironing facilities, electric kettle, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, towels, free toiletries
24-hour front desk, multilingual reception, 24-hour room service, concierge service, luggage storage, laundry, dry cleaning and ironing service (extra charge), fax/photocopying (extra charge), newspapers (extra charge)