'The best value on the Royal Mile' - Lonely Planet, 2004. Need we say more?
Well, here's some more reasons to stay with us, then... ; )
Opened in July 2003, our hostel was designed from the outset to be one of the best hostels in Scotland. The resulting conversion is a blend of modern facilities and quality fittings of a modern budget hotel, but with all the welcome, friendliness and atmosphere you'd expect from a Brodies hostel.
Rated at three stars and perfectly located on Edinburgh's famous and historic Royal Mile, weve a variety of smaller room styles to suit all types of traveller, including small and large dorms and a variety of double, triple and family rooms.
What's more, our great beds, small size, no-smoking policy, and ban on stag and hen-night groups means you'll most likely get the best night's sleep of any hostel in town. Whether it's for a weekend or a week-long stay this is the perfect choice for maximum enjoyment of your trip to Edinburgh.
Please contact this hostel with your 3 digit security credit card number if this is applicable to your card.
We have a 48hr cancellation policy.
Please note however that under no circumstances do we accept stag nights, hen nights, all-male groups, or other celebratory groups where there is a strong likelihood of disruption to our other guests because of excessive drinking and/or 'laddish behaviour' by members of the group.
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Wonderful building, friendly staff, great location. Only downsides were that there was no free internet and that the showers were in stalls (there were gaps around the doors and the room was unisex so it felt a bit insecure). The towels were available to hire for 1 Pound but one of the staff kindly gave me one for free.
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