Chancellors Court

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Holyrood Park Road 18, Edinburgh, EH16 5AY, United Kingdom
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 30% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Solo100
  • Business25

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Forum Posts

Gym Princes Str

by luqa17

Hi,

Ill be staying at a hotel in Princes str which unfortunately doesnt have a gym for a minor work out. Is there a gym on Prices str or anywhere nearby where I could just pay a daily membership ?

Thanks,
Kenneth

Re: Gym Princes Str

by hawkhead

You could try the following:

Livingwell health Club
4 Princes Street Tel: 0131 222 8836

Bodysense
19 North Bridge Tel: 0131 472 3133

Escape health Club
1 Market Street Tel: 0131 622 3800

The Novotel Hotel also has a fitness centre.

Re: Gym Princes Str

by luqa17

Thanks.

Re: Gym Princes Str

by oxymoron

Escape in Market is a really good gymn to use. My daughter is a member,k so will get more info from her. Its not far from Princes street. Just round corner from Waverley train station, and running parralel to Princes street.

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

If anyone is in the Scotland...

by face_2_face

If anyone is in the Scotland Area and has £70 and three days to spare, i'd strongly reccomend the Haggis Tour, it is a three day tour to the Highlands of Scotland, the office is on the Royal Mile across the river from Edinburgh Castle

Art and Culture

by EdinburghRoc

The Royal Scottish Academy and the National Gallery can both be found at the foot of The Mound Princes Street between East Princes Street Gardens and West Princes Street Gardens.
Here they lay under the Edinburgh Castle in the photo. This is taken in late May 2004.

saturday night out

by iaint

Ice hockey. Last night (13.1.7) went to see Capitals play Sheffield. David v Goliath in UK ice hockey.

Fantastic game. Teams neck & neck throughout. 3-2 for Sheffield with 5 minutes left. Edinburgh equalise with minutes left. No score in overtime, but lots of chances. Capitals win in penalty shoot-out.

Tremendous entertainment. Only £20 for me and son.

Capitals play a fast, open, European style of hockey (compared with the Canadian "muscular" version) so its great stuff!

More often than not Caps play their home games on Sunday - check their website for details. Warm clothing. Its cold in there, and colder when you come out.

Craigmillar Castle

by uglyscot

Craigmillar Castle is a few miles beyond the village of Duddingston, and before the hospital at New Friends. It is a late medieval castle and we were most impressed with it.
We arrived at 9.30 and were the first visitors for the day. Entry cost 3.50 GBP for an adult and 2.50 GBP for concession [over 60].
The castle is popular with children as it is a good place to play Hide and Seek with a seeming warren of rooms and hideyholes.
It is set in a large area which includes what would have been gardens, and a p-shaped fish pond.
Spiral staircases with ropes to hang on to take you up to the various floors and onto the roof from which you get wonderful views over the neighbourhood.
The rooms are quite large especially the dining hall and main bed chamber. All have curved ceilings, large fireplaces and lots of niches , possibly for storing clothes and linen.
The main bed chamber has its ensuite latrine.
We spent an hour exploring the castle before any other visitors arrived.
The castle belonged to the Preston family , whose crest adorns the entrance doorways; and then the Gilmour family. Mary Queen of Scots stayed here at some time too.

Shopping areas

by clivedinburgh about Misc -

When people think about shopping in Edinburgh, all everyone leans towards Princes Street which held a reputation as being the busiest shopping street but I think has long since been overtaken. There are now lots of other places in the capital that may better suit your shopping needs.

Running parallel with Princes St you'll find Rose and George Streets which now have a large range of quality shops, bars and restaurants.

At the East end of Princes St is the very dated looking St James Centre which is worth the treck for John Lewis alone, walking out the back entrance leads you into Mullree Walk that has a host of luxury stores including Armani & Louis Vuitton. There is also the recently renovated Princes Mall beside Waverley Station.

Further out of the city centre there is Ocean Terminal which has the added attraction of giving access onto the Royal Yacht Brittania. On the West of the city, near the airport is The Gyle and both other these are either end of the Lothian Buses Service No22.

Along the Royal Mile and the streets running off it are lots of small boutique style shops as well as the ones selling all things tartan.

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Address: Holyrood Park Road 18, Edinburgh, EH16 5AY, United Kingdom