When one thinks of Scotland and particularly Edinburgh, you can’t help but instantly connect the location with Harry Potter. J. K. Rowling’s fame and known Scottish background makes anyone visiting Edinburgh wonder if they will be lucky enough to meet her in person. The beautiful landscapes seen in the Harry Potter films are akin to the gorgeous Scottish countryside and this itself is a motivation to make people visit Scotland. Those who do decide to venture up North should think about staying in Travelodge Edinburgh.
There are a number of hotels available in central Edinburgh but the Travelodge Edinburgh is particularly close to the many attractions in the city. Close to the numerous parks and even Edinburgh castle, the hotel provides its visitors easy access to the tourist sites. The website for the hotel doesn’t give many details but the superb location is its strongest attraction. Those looking for more details would benefit from calling one of the contact numbers for the hotel, one of which might be 0843 479 9731.
Travelodge Edinburgh offers most of the same type of facilities that other hotels provide. But, there is a note on their website that they do not seem to provide the toiletries, such as shampoo, that you would expect when staying in a hotel. This might attract customers seeking to be economical, but personally I would miss having those extra luxuries during an overnight stay. Visitors can call their contact numbers to discuss this further – one possible number is 0843 479 9731.
Those driving into the city would want to know about parking availability when choosing a suitable hotel. Travelodge Edinburgh offers limited parking so I would recommend that visitors find alternative parking spots to use in case the hotel’s car park is full when they visit. There are car parks outside of the centre. Anyone with questions about the parking should call one of the representatives – this number might take you through to a person that can help: 0843 479 9731.
A visit to Edinburgh castle is a must for anyone visiting the city and this trip is a relatively short one from Travelodge Edinburgh if you decided to stay in this hotel. There are other hotels near to the castle which could also be an option. Be warned that the walk up to the castle is quite strenuous! I would recommend building strength with a warm drink before embarking on the trek to the castle. Once you reach the top of the hill, the views are worth the climb. Visitors to Travelodge Edinburgh can be advised on the local tourist attractions by calling one of the hotel’s numbers – one of which may be 0843 479 9731.
Edinburgh has a mix of cultures and nationalities which is evident when you walk through the streets of the city. This blend gives an interesting atmosphere and no matter which places you visit you can be sure of interesting conversation with the locals. Some of them you may want to walk away from quickly!