Edinburgh's Old Town has been granted World Heritage Site status due to its significant historical attractions, which draw thousands of visitors to the Scottish capital every month. Exploring the diverse architecture of the Old Town is the perfect way to discover Edinburgh's colourful history, and you can enjoy convenient access to Edinburgh's Old Town when you stay at one of Premier Inn's well-located Edinburgh hotels.
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The Old Town of Edinburgh comprises the streets and sites in the southern part of the city centre, including famous landmarks such as Edinburgh Castle - Scotland's top tourist attraction. Head down the Royal Mile and visit Edinburgh's traditional shops and restaurants with ease by choosing a stay at our Edinburgh city centre hotel on historic Lauriston Place.
This hotel puts you in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town while offering all the modern conveniences, and is also ideally situated for visiting the pubs and restaurants of Grassmarket and strolls in the Meadows, one of Edinburgh's largest public parks.
If you're looking for a hotel close to transport links to and from Edinburgh, our Edinburgh Haymarket hotel, just west of the Old Town, is ideal for rail journeys as well as transit links to Edinburgh Airport.
Premier Inn has a number of hotels in Edinburgh to suit all travellers, whether you're visiting the Old Town or other popular sights of the city. Book hotels online to arrange your stay in Edinburgh's Old Town, and be sure to check out our range of Premier Offers for more ideas on things to do during your stay in Edinburgh.