Originally built as a bank in 1923, then converted and tastefully refurbished in 1998, the hotel's imposing façade remains an unquestionably impressive landmark on Edinburgh's Royal Mile. The entrance into the bedrooms is through Logie Bairds Bar, notably live and frequented by locals and visitors alike. The reception is located in the Bank Manager's office at the rear of the Bar where access to the hotel's bedrooms is hidden in the oaked panelled walls.
The distinctive bedrooms are on the three floors above the bar
in this 'A' listed building, which has no lift and is, therefore, unsuitable
for the elderly or infirm. The nearest car park is located on New Street and
the hotel is in close proximity to Waverley Train Station.
Each of the nine bedrooms above the bar celebrates the work of a famous Scot. Executive bedrooms include a mini CD player, refrigerator and complementary water.
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The Bank Hotel 1 South Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1LL
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