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Edinburgh is warm during the spring and summer, before turning cold and snowy through late autumn and winter. Every season has a different event to enjoy and things to see. Edinburgh Festival is one of the most popular times of the year, falling at the height of summer in August, while Hogmanay (New Years Eve) bookends the year with huge festivities and buzzing crowds.
If you want to experience the rich cultural heritage of Edinburgh then choose a hotel in the Old Town. There are plenty of charming cobbled streets and narrow alleyways for couples to wander down, and you can stop by traditional pubs and small museums on the famous Royal Mile. It’s also where you’ll find Edinburgh Castle, on top of an extinct volcano, home to Scotland’s crown jewels. For high-end shopping and vibrant nightlife, you’ll find stylish hotels in Edinburgh’s New Town. Princes Street is the place to go for the chain stores, while George Street features Harvey Nichols and other designer shops. At night party-going adults will not be disappointed with the range of chic bars and cocktail lounges on offer. Hotels in the picturesque Dean Village – not far from Princes Street – are perfect for couples looking for something quiet and relaxed, with the remains of the old water mills being a delightful spot to look around. The characterful hotels of Leith, once serving as the port of Edinburgh, is another popular location. The area’s full of unique cafes, restaurants and bars, ideal for adults looking to appreciate the capital’s rich diversity. The village of Stockbridge, on the Water of Leith, is the place to go for fancy delis and boutique shops, as well as a weekly market for crafts and food. Families might want to stay in a hotel in the suburb of Corstorphine to the west of the city, where children will love to see the lions, penguins and giant pandas at Edinburgh Zoo.

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