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It was a really central location so quick to get everywhere but was just off from the busiest streets and our room was at the back of the hotel, so we heard no street noise at all.The staff were extremely friendly and helpful and we were able to leave our luggage there after checking out so we could carry on exploring and come back for it later on our way to the airport.The real star of the show though was Yeni Meze Bar on Hanover Street. I ate at Yeni last time I went to Edinburgh with my boyfriend, on the recommendation of a friend, and I knew that Mum and I had to go back.They serve Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern (predominantly Turkish) meze pick and mix style dishes and everything I have ordered on both visits has been delicious, no exceptions.We did a LOT of stopping for a cup of tea and a slice of cake, especially when the weather was particularly cold and we were starting to flag a bit.We also ate at a few cafes and had unadventurous but lovely Pizza Express and Wagamama food.
Although I have visited Edinburgh twice previously, this was Mum's first time so we wanted to do all the usual touristy bits as well as spend some time just strolling and taking in the city.
Last week I took my mum away to Edinburgh for a few days as a surprise to celebrate her birthday.
We had a lovely time (despite Storm Doris trying to sabotage our plans!
This was possibly included in the audio guide which you had to pay extra for, but I'd have expected that sort of information to be included in the standard ticket price.
You shouldn't have to come away Googling an attraction to find out the basics about it!