The Usher Hall in Edinburgh is one of the finest concert halls in the world. Set in the west end of the city, on Lothian Road, the concert hall has recently gone through a renovation process and the building looks more striking than ever.
If you are fortunate enough to be attending a performance at The Usher Hall , then please read below for recommendations from Hotels.tv in Edinburgh on local hotels to stay at.
The Knight Residence provides a level of service that’s rarely found these days, anywhere in the world. The 5-Star apartments are luxurious, comfortable, and full of everything you’d require for an enjoyable stay. There is a wide range of rooms to choose from, with something for the solo-traveller, up to rooms suited for a large family.
The Point Hotel is stylishly appointed with 139 bedrooms. With views over Edinburgh Castle it is ideally located for The Usher Hall and further local attractions.
Hotel Missoni – The new Hotel Missoni Edinburgh offers 136 rooms and suites, some of which enjoy views over the Royal Mile. Each guest room has an en-suite bathroom that showcase Italian design. Try the Cucina restaurant for fantastic Italian cuisine. After the show, relax in the amazing Missoni Spa.
Fountain Court Apartments provide a wide selection of local apartments to choose from, just West of the Usher Hall. On offer is a range of one, two and three bedroom serviced apartments, as well as some stunning duplexes. There is the EQ2, Grove Executive, Grove, Harris & Morrison locations to pick from – all providing something a little bit different from each other. Well worth a look at these modern apartments.
The Rutland – Situated at the west end of Princess Street, the twelve individually designed guestrooms at The Rutland are the epitome of elegant glamour and each comes with the latest in-room technology including telephone, voice mail, wireless high-speed Internet access (Wi-Fi), fully stocked mini-bar, in-room safe, wall-mounted flat screen colour TV and an iPod base station at bedside. Uber cool.
The Hudson – although the eighteenth century building still retains many of its period features, the Hudson has managed to blend the historical with cutting edge design in a seamless fashion. The public spaces are reminiscent of a New York loft apartment with a glimpse of Edinburgh’s new cosmopolitan personality. The Hudson is lively and stylish.