The 3 star Bank Hotel is situated on the Royal Mile; was built as a bank in 1923; it has been converted into a hotel and was tastefully refurbished in 1998. The hotel's imposing facade remains an unquestionably impressive landmark on Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
Each of the nine rooms celebrates the work of a famous Scot including James Watt; Charles Rennie Mackintosh; Robert Burns and Robert Louis Stevenson to name a few. Consequently the decor of each is very distinctive and original.
The Logie Bairds Bar offer guests a chance to relax and unwind in this unique and atmospheric setting.
From the East End of Princes Street turn right onto the North Bridge. Continue up North Bridge and the hotel is located on the corner of South Bridge and the Royal Mile.
The Bank Hotel Edinburgh is located in the heart of Edinburgh's Royal Mile; only minutes walk from the Waverley Train Station and the Princes Street. The attractions near the hotel are the Edinburgh Castle; the Dynamic Earth; the Holyrood Palace; the Royal Yacht Britannia and the Museum of Scotland.