Guide To Hotels Near Haymarket Train Station In Edinburgh

Haymarket Station in Edinburgh's West End

Haymarket Station is Edinburgh’s second main train station (after Waverley). The station is currently being redeveloped and will brighten up this corner of Edinburgh’s beautiful West End.

The station is open as works continue. Your train will most likely stop at Haymarket if you are heading West or North from Edinburgh.

Haymarket is a great base for exploring the city centre (only 10 min walk to Princes Street) and a great base for seeing the sites to the West of the city – Edinburgh Zoo, Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh International Conference Centre, and the Pentland Hills amongst many other sites.

Below are some lovely hotels near Haymarket and its local attractions.

Kew House – a 5-Star luxury guest house with 6 bedrooms. There are also now 2 apartments to choose from if you’d like a bit more privacy.Book Now!

The Guards Hotel – owned by Major Dalzel-Job and his family, the Major has a long history with the Scots Guards Association, which has their club next door. Try and stay in the Windsor Suite – it’s enormous.Book Now!

Piries Hotel – this gorgeous hotel comprises 4 adjoining town houses. Rooms have been recently renovated. This hotel is ideally placed for access to the airport.Book Now!

Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor – Ideal for business. Choose from a Hilton Guest Room or upgrade to a Deluxe Room. Guests in Club Wing rooms, situated adjacent to the main hotel, enjoy traditional accommodation and a quiet location.Book Now!

Apex European – wonderful value for money, offering great discounted rates. With first-class service, the hotel offers extra details that make the difference between Apex and other low cost hotel chains. It’s a hotel that’s stylish and with 66 comfortable rooms, and it’s small enough to make you feel very much at home.Book Now!

Fountain Court Apartments – there are 5 locations to choose from, so definitely something for everyone; EQ2, Grove, Grove Executive, Harris and Morrison.Book Now!

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