Destination Guide

Prestigiously located at the west end of Princes Street, the Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian offers a wonderfully central locale, perfect for exploring Edinburgh's most revered landmarks. Discover a rich history of unparalleled heritage and stunning architecture, while admiring the city's grand museums and unique attractions.

Acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Edinburgh presents an impressive history with fascinating royal influences. Erected in the first century AD on an extinct volcano, Edinburgh Castle houses the Stone of Destiny and was deemed Scotland's principal royal house in the Middle Ages. Built around the castle, Edinburgh's Old Town is a maze of medieval buildings, while splendid Georgian terraces grace the city's New Town. Stroll through charming cobbled streets and admire a city rich in heritage and legacy, or climb Arthurs Seat or Calton Hill to enjoy unrivalled views.

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian is within walking distance of the city's most wonderful attractions. Unwind in stunning landscapes within Princes Street Gardens, marvel at the National Gallery of Modern Art or uncover Scotland's ancient past in the National Museum of Scotland. World famous for grand events such as the Edinburgh International Festival and the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the city delights visitors year round. The capital has an unhurried atmosphere and it's easy to spend a day simply exploring the historical streets off the Royal Mile. Leith shore provides an array of stylish bars with spectacular views over the Firth of Forth, while the Royal Yacht Britannia at Leith waterfront offers guided tours on which you can discover how the Queen lived when aboard.

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