Travelodge Edinburgh Central

A Hotel in Edinburgh, Lothian

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

33 St Mary's Street
Edinburgh
Lothian
Scotland
EH1 1TA

Travelodge Edinburgh Central, Edinburgh

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Located on St Mary's Street, the Travelodge at Edinburgh Central provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for the city centre. This completely non-smoking hotel offers spacious bedrooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, plus a Bar-Caf� on-site, make Travelodge terrific value. The hotel offers limited onsite parking and an NCP car park is 5 minutes from the hotel.

3 star rating

From: £35.50

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