|Distance to city centre||0.7 km|
|Nearest airport||Edinburgh Turnhouse|
|Distance to airport||10.3 km|
|"Excellent location for exploring the city"||(in 126 reviews)|
|"We liked the bar area."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"GREAT BREAKFAST, EXCELLENT RESTAURANT SERVICE."||(in 94 reviews)|
|"Room was small and noisy"||(in 73 reviews)|
|"Shower water pressure low."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Minibar was broken, so water was leaking out."||(in 15 reviews)|
|afternoon tea||in 8 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 220 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 30 reviews|
|birthday trip||in 13 reviews|
|breakfast good||in 210 reviews|
|edinburgh castle||in 5 reviews|
|great location||in 231 reviews|
|hot water||in 47 reviews|
|leisure facilities||in 36 reviews|
|long wait||in 6 reviews|
|public areas||in 10 reviews|
|room service||in 113 reviews|
|room was small||in 355 reviews|
|room with view of castle||in 407 reviews|
|shower over bath||in 72 reviews|
|staff were very friendly||in 495 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 42 reviews|
|waldorf astoria||in 10 reviews|
It was great ! The people was helpful !
Romantic Weekend Break
The grandeur, the comfort, the facilities, the location, the staff.
The leisure complex is a little tired, but pleasant nonetheless!
Waldorf Astoria brand being exploited
The location of the hotel was good
Hilton are using there brand to sell below standard rooms. I would never stay here again
Beautiful, charming and perfectly located
Spacious rooms and vaulted ceilings. Extremely comfortable beds and wonderful views of the city.
Sloppy paint job in the room. The shower drain was clogged and the shower floor was very slick and dangerous. Easy fixes though to bring the room up to speed.
The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian was built in 1903. It’s located in the capital of Scotland and is as regal as guests will expect it to be. The hotel is iconic and has views of the famous Edinburgh Castle from many of the rooms. There are 241 rooms in this large hotel. There are many different kinds of rooms to choose from that range from luxury suites to deluxe rooms to premium rooms. There are a couple of suites that are different from the rest and have unique features, the Alexander Graham Bell Suite and the Caledonian Suite. All rooms have free WiFi, plush robes, and slippers. There are TVs and coffeemakers, too. The rooms are different sizes but all have spacious interiors. The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian has different options for dining. There’s Galvin Brasserie De Luxe for French cuisine. The Pompadour is an elegant restaurant that serves locally inspired dishes with views of Edinburgh Castle. There’s also Peacock Alley which has great breakfast. It’s a more casual choice for dining. The hotel also has The Caley Bar and a breakfast that is served in the Brasserie on the first floor. This hotel has a spa contained within the property. There is also golfing in the area, in the country where the sport began. The hotel has an exercise room, an indoor heated pool, a hot tub, a sauna, and a steam room. Guests will, of course, be very conveniently located right across from Edinburgh Castle. There are many museums and galleries to visit. Other attractions include The Royal Botanic Gardens, the Palace of Holyrood House, The Royal Mile, and St. Giles’ Cathedral. The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian has the greatest number of rooms with views overlooking Edinburgh Castle. The amenities of the hotel are all high quality and there are plenty of dining options right on-site. It’s perfect for business or leisure travelers.
Based on 3,034 reviews
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|Edinburgh Turnhouse||10.3 km|
|Edinburgh Waverley||1.1 km|
|Edinburgh Slateford||3.4 km|