For visitors wishing to experience a true slice of lively Edinburgh culture and nightlife on their doorstep, the Tailors Hall hotel is perfect!
Tailors Hall Hotel has a colourful history spanning over 4 centuries, originally being built in 1621 for the Guild of Tailors. It was carefully and skilfully restored in 1998 to become the 3 star hotel it is today.
When staying at Tailors Hall, you will find a warm welcome and a fun, sparkling atmosphere. You will also notice an interesting blend between the past and present in modern comforts mingling with the classical architecture and artefacts of the building. There are 42 en-suite bedrooms at the hotel, each designed to provide you with every modern comfort while preserving the traditional feel of the building.
Distance from Airport:
10km from Edinburgh International
Location and Resort:
The Old Town and New Town of Edinburgh are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, contrasting wonderfully with each other to form this fantastic city.
Located in the Cowgate, which is an extension of the Grassmarket, Tailors Hall Hotel is only minutes walk from the Royal Mile.
The entrance to the hotel and bar is through the cobbled courtyard. Stag & Hen groups are welcomed at the weekends when the Cowgate area comes alive with a mixture of locals and visitors alike.
Eating and Drinking:
The notorious Three Sisters Pub is part of the hotel, and this historic Edinburgh pub has a buzzing, friendly atmosphere with regular themed nights and a large cobbled courtyard where guests enjoy the merriment and bustle of Edinburgh's Old Town at night. The pub is located next to the reception and is open daily from 9am until 1am but later during the Edinburgh Festival and key event dates. The Pub serves food daily and “Upstairs” serves guests a traditional Scottish breakfast.
Breakfast is served daily in the Three Sisters and guests can choose between a full Scottish breakfast and a lighter continental breakfast to set them up for the day.
Throughout the day, guests can savour hearty food freshly prepared in the hotel's kitchen and served in the cosy surrounds of the Three Sisters Bar.