Native Edinburgh Is The Hotel You Need For A Visit To The Historic City: Here's Why

native edinburgh hotel review

Cosy up in serviced apartments after a weekend of seeing the Edinburgh sights.

In Edinburgh, you can't move for history, from tales of kings and queens and delightfully cobbled corners to all the ghosts.

And on Queen Street? You can get a taste for the city's neoclassical and Georgian architecture, with buildings that scale multiple floors. Hidden amongst all that? A pretty great place to lay your head too. 

Tucked away in Edinburgh New Town (A UNESCO area) Native is modern but relaxed, and rooms are large, meaning that after a few drams, a day of tartan shopping and a tour of the city's most creepy spots, it was a perfect closer to our time in Scotland. 

Boasting fully serviced apartments, from studios to one-bedroom spaces, our room was ample in size, with a living room to chill out in, complete with fully functioning kitchen and clean as a whistle bathroom. 

Dining's easy too, with brekkie in a bag delivered to your room with juice and fruits, or wine, canned cocktails and small plates in the emerald green space downstairs.

When we head back? I know we'll be re-booking Native.

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