The hotel occupies the former St Cuthbert’s Co-Operative building, which dates back to 1892 and went on to become The Point Hotel, and features include a domed roof and top floor penthouse with views of Edinburgh Castle. Dining options include the Monboddo bar, the Bread Street Brasserie, and the Skybar, which transforms on the first Thursday of every month from a Penthouse venue to a "chic evening spot".
Deluxe rooms have all-important castle views, and all feature the signature Sweet Dreams® by DoubleTree Bed. There's WiFi in the rooms, too, but you have to pay for it.
Early April rates start at a fairly reasonable £109 ($181), but then jump to a massive £239 ($398) during Festival season (late August).
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