Edinburgh Airport (EDI)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Flights arrive at Edinburgh Airport (EDI) from all over the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and the USA, with millions of passengers passing through the airport's doors each year.
In order to cater for these passengers, there is a good complement of hotels. Transport options to nearby hotels and the city of Edinburgh are good, with buses, taxis and courtesy shuttles available.
Edinburgh: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
You will find hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts in all price ranges in the Scottish capital, while the nearby Hilton Edinburgh Airport Hotel is possibly the best option for business travellers flying into Edinburgh Airport (EDI), boasting conference facilities for up to 220 people.
HOTELS CLOSE TO EDINBURGH AIRPORT (EDI)|
|| Km |
|Quality Hotel EDI Edinburgh Airport||1 Ingliston,|
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
|Holiday Inn Hotel||Corstorphine Road,|
Edinburgh, EH12 6UA, Scotland, UK
|Best Western Edinburgh Capital||187 Clermiston Road,|
Edinburgh, WY EH12 6UG, Scotland, UK
|Holiday Inn North||107 Queensferry Road,|
Edinburgh, EH4 3HL, Scotland, UK
|Ramada Mount Royal||53 Princes Street,|
Edinburgh, WY EH2 2DG, Scotland, UK
|Apex European Hotel||90 Haymarket Terrace,|
Edinburgh, EH12 5LQ, Scotland, UK
|Herald House||70 Grove Street, Fountainbridge, Haymarket,|
Edinburgh, EH3 8AP, Scotland, UK
|Menzies Belford Hotel||69 Belford Road,|
Edinburgh, EH4 3DG, Scotland, UK
Edinburgh: City Hotels and Accommodation
The best hotels in the area lie in the very heart of the city centre, just 13 km / 8 miles to the east of Edinburgh Airport (EDI). Accommodation here is in good supply, with the Edinburgh tourist season running from the beginning of spring to the end of summer, when hotels are at their busiest and most expensive.
Hotels in central Edinburgh boast many nearby attractions and places to visit, including the Edinburgh Experience at the City Observatory on Calton Hill, and the Festival Theatre along Nicholson Street. A number of hotels are also just a short distance from the Shaping a Nation Complex at Fountainpark on Dundee Street. Located on the western side of Edinburgh city centre, this popular leisure centre contains a modern cinema, tenpin bowling, several restaurants and seasonal exhibitions.
When staying in Edinburgh during the summer months, bear in mind that accommodation can become scarce around the time of many festivals. In particular, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival takes place throughout August and is responsible for filling up the majority of the city's hotels, when enormous crowds descend on the city. More than ever, hotels must be reserved at this time of the year, as available accommodation is always hard to find during the popular Fringe Festival.