Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa
Neighbour to the EICC, the five-star Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa is home to 269 stylish bedrooms and the award-winning One Spa.
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh
The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian, or ‘The Caley’ as it is known locally, is at the west end of Princes Street and just a five minute walk from EICC.
DoubleTree by Hilton
Enjoy freshly-baked cookies on arrival at the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre, which is less than five minutes on foot from the EICC.
Kimpton Charlotte Square
The 4-star Kimpton Charlotte Square is located just off George Street and Princes Street, a 10 minute walk from the EICC.
Apex Hotels boast four hotels in central Edinburgh - two of which are located in the Grassmarket of Edinburgh's Old Town, just a ten minute walk from the EICC.
The Balmoral, by Rocce Forte, is one of Edinburgh's most iconic landmarks. It is ideally located at no. 1 Princes Street, directly above Waverley Station.
Point A Hotel Edinburgh
Just a minute walk from EICC the Point A provides affordable rooms, contemporary lounge/working areas, substantial continental breakfast and serves food all day.
The Premier Inn Group has five hotels in central Edinburgh, with the closest to the EICC being the Edinburgh Central Lauriston Place.
Radisson Blu Hotel
Located in the heart of the Edinburgh's Old Town, the four-star Radisson Blu Hotel has been designed to fit perfectly with the surrounding medieval architectural.
voco Edinburgh Haymarket
voco Edinburgh Haymarket is a modern hotel that offers stays which are individual and indulgent - with a distinctive design, cosy bedding, luxury amenities and delicious food.
InterContinental Edinburgh The George
The InterContinental Edinburgh The George has been welcoming guests since 1881. Today it offers all the luxuries of an InterContinental stay in the heart of the city.
Travelodge have eight hotels in Edinburgh, which are ideal for budget conscious travellers.
Royal Yacht Britannia
The Royal Yacht Britannia was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years, sailing over 1,000,000 miles around the world.
National Museum of Scotland
The Museum's diverse collections will take you on a journey of discovery through the history of Scotland, the wonders of nature and world cultures.
The world-famous Edinburgh Castle is a historic fortress which dominates the skyline of the city. Explore the Castle's rich and fascinating history during your visit.
Enjoy the fascinating Camera Obscura & World of Illusions Show - with fantastic views of Edinburgh and five floors of optical experiences.
National Galleries of Scotland
Edinburgh is home to three of the National Galleries of Scotland: the National Gallery, the Portrait Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art.
Palace of Holyroodhouse
The Palace of Holyroodhouse is the home of Scottish royal history and is the official residence in Scotland of Her Majesty The Queen.
Scotch Whisky Experience
The five-star visitor attraction at the top of the Royal Mile has been inspiring visitors about the joys of Scotch whisky for over 25 years.
The Real Mary King's Close
For years, the hidden Closes of Old Town Edinburgh have been shrouded in myths and mysteries. Explore this underground site to hear these fascinating stories.
RZSS Edinburgh Zoo
RZSS Edinburgh Zoo is one of Europe's leading centres of conservation, education and research, and is one of Scotland's most popular visitor attractions.
Dean Banks at the Pompadour
Dean's menu constantly evolves to reflect the seasons and to showcase Scotland’s natural resources.
A creative menu presents sustainable fish dishes in light, modern, elegant space, with an oyster bar.
Creative menu of locally-sourced artisanal produce in hip, industrial-chic former warehouse space.
Bon Vivant Group
Bon Vivant follows a European food philosophy, of being informal and casual yet of a very high standard.
Cannonball Restaurant & Bar
Serves award-winning Scottish food with stunning views of Edinburgh Castle and The Royal Mile.
Montpeliers of Edinburgh
Montpeliers of Edinburgh is a leading restaurant and bar collection with seven stylish venues in the city.
Baba at Kimpton
BABA’s bold palette sets a colourful scene for its blend of Middle Eastern and Scottish influences.
By the Founders of Social Bite, Vesta serves fresh, locally sourced food whilst giving back to those that need it most.
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society
SMWS Queen Street is an impressive four-storey Georgian building with a suite of private hire dining rooms.
Kora by Tom Kitchin
KORA’s philosophy is a true reflection of a sincere passion for the finest, freshest Scottish seasonal produce.
Grazing by Mark Greenaway
The menu encourages laidback 'grazing' with a unique mix of traditional, modern and sharing plates created by Mark.
St James Quarter
Opened in June 2021 St James Quarter is a retail led, lifestyle district which provides an inspiring, attractive, and vibrant destination for locals and visitors to live, shop, eat, sleep and play.
For high-end labels head to this stylish walkway with a collection of designers stores including Harvey Nichols, Louis Vuitton and Mulberry.
Explore the cobbled streets of Edinburgh's medieval Old Town during your visit and discover a unique collection of independent shops and boutiques.
West End Village
Tucked away off the main road in Edinburgh's West End you'll find a small collection of quaint streets with some lovely boutiques and eateries on offer.
Under the dramatic skyline of Edinburgh Castle Princes Street offers shoppers a mile of high street fashion stretching from Waverley Station to the West End.
Walk north of George Street and explore the streets which span Edinburgh's and discover specialist delis, boutiques and galleries.
Arthur's Seat & Duddingston
Arthur’s Seat, the highest point of Holyrood Park, is the remains of a volcano which can be climbed and explored via the many footpaths. Stone and flint tools found here reveal human activity as far back as 5000 BC.
Cramond Island & Village
Located four miles north west of the city centre, Cramond is an historic fishing village on the Firth of Forth complete with a quaint row of whitewashed houses, cafes and a small sandy beach.
Bruntsfield & Morningside
Head 10 minutes south of the city centre by foot and you'll find the neighbouring areas of Bruntsfield and Morningside, just beyond the beautiful green expanse of the Meadows and Bruntsfield Links.
The Shore at Leith
Take Lothian Bus number 16 from the city centre to The Shore at Leith for an eclectic choice of places to eat and drink in a setting which mixes historic sites with contemporary developments.
Royal Botanic Garden
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is a world-renowned scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation. Take a walk around and admire the beautifully manicured gardens.
Edinburgh Farmer's Market
The Edinburgh Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 9am to 2pm on Castle Terrace under the backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. You'll find a huge variety of fresh local produce from over 50 specialist producers.
Summerhall, the former Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, is now a creative hub for the arts with studio and workshop spaces, and an exciting year round programme of public events.