1. Market Street hotel 4* – Halal Hotels Edinburgh
Located in the centre of Edinburgh, just a few minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile and 595 m of The Real Mary King’s Close, Market Street forms part of Edinburgh’s historic skyline.
The hotel features a rooftop lounge and each room boasts free high-speed WiFi.
The hotel is around 700 m from Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, 1 km from Edinburgh Castle and 1.1 km from National Museum of Scotland. The accommodation provides evening entertainment and a 24-hour front desk.
Each boutique-style room features locally made fabrics, locally curated artwork and a locally roasted coffee blend alongside bespoke design furniture. Each comes with a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Some rooms have city views, while all feature Chromecast and Apple TV.
The rooftop Champagne lounge Nor’ Loft serving breakfast, small plates and afternoon tea with stunning panoramic city views.
On a bustling street in the Edinburgh Old Town district, this sophisticated hotel is a minute’s walk from Edinburgh Waverley train station and 14 minutes on foot from the medieval Edinburgh Castle.
Hip, individually decorated rooms, some with exposed brick walls, provide minibars and free Wi-Fi, as well as smart TVs and rainfall showers. An upgraded suite with panoramic city views features a fireplace and a private terrace.
A trendy rooftop champagne bar with floor-to-ceiling windows offers breakfast, snacks and afternoon tea.
Market Street hotel is one of Edinburgh’s newest urban escapes, primely placed in the epicentre of Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns.
A mix of bold design and distinct comfort, Market Street offers a fresh take on contemporary style and community, inspired by its unique setting with captivating views and alluring interiors that embody the city’s rich heritage.
Booked a last-minute stay in Edinburgh for two nights- pleased with the choice to stay at Market Street Hotel due to convenient location next to Waverley.
We booked direct on booking.com. We stayed in a Vista room on the fourth floor and had breakfast in the Nor’ Loft both mornings. As you walked into the room there was a sink and wardrobe on the left with a sliding door to the bathroom.
Straight ahead was shutter doors which led to the bedroom. There were nice touches in the room such as Nespresso machine, milk frother, complimentary mini bar, dyson hair dryer, ghds and a handheld steamer.
The bed was comfortable, and we really liked the design of the slide door over the window which blocked out all light and we could hear no noise during our entire stay despite facing market street/ station.
Breakfast is very good quality with everything you could ask for. Cocktails in Nor Loft are excellent and they are happy to produce the classics if required. The view from the balcony is excellent and it takes in the evening sun too!
This new hotel is well situated. The rooms are modern and well appointed. The food was delicious too. What comes over most is the pride the staff take in their work.
They are attentive without being obsequious. They are happy to explain the design concepts which are a feature of this beautiful hotel. Nothing was too much trouble and the atmosphere was friendly.
How much does a room costs at Market Street hotel ?
This suite has a minibar, en-suite bathroom with a bathtub and rainfall shower, yoga mats and pilates ball, binoculars and air conditioning.
Where to book online – Market Street hotel – Halal Hotels Edinburgh – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Edinburgh during Edinburgh Festival Fringe which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Scotland on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Agoda.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Hostel Edinburgh Central Accommodation 5* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Edinburgh
The 5-star Edinburgh Central Accommodation is just 0.8 km from the shops of Princes Street and Edinburgh Rail Station. It provides a licensed café and restaurant, a shared kitchen and modern rooms with private shower rooms.
The historic Royal Mile can be reached in less than 20 minutes’ walk, and the views from Arthur’s Seat are 2.4 km away. Vibrant nightlife in Cowgate and bars on George Street are both within a mile’s walk.
Each room includes lockers and Premium rooms also have a television. There’s a fully-equipped communal kitchen on-site, as well as laundry and ironing facilities.
This no-nonsense hostel is a 10-minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley train station and 1.8 miles from Edinburgh Castle.
The minimalist dorms have bunk beds and en suite bathrooms with showers. Private rooms add flat-screen TVs and DVD players, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Wi-Fi is available.
Amenities include a cafe, a guest kitchen and a children’s play area.
Edinburgh Central Youth Hostel is located in the heart of Scotland’s capital, offering 5 star budget accommodation with 271 beds.
This busy youth hostel offers a range of multi-share and private rooms, all en-suite. Premium rooms are also available, taking hostelling to a new level with TV and coffee making facilities.
Edinburgh Central Youth Hostel is also an ideal location for those looking for group accommodation in Edinburgh. The youth hostel has a self-catering kitchen and dining room.
Great and comfortable hostel. Service downstairs is great.
Breakfast a little pricy at £4.50 continental and £6 for cooked. (Vegetarian option available).
Great for Muslim visitors as local mosque (Anwar-e-Madina mosque and community centre) is 2 min down the road.
This was a great place to stay, only a short walk from the main city centre.
Now since this is a hostel, we knew not to expect a 5 star hotel. We were here to do all the touristy things and to watch the rugby, so just needed somewhere to rest our heads.
The room was clean, comfortable and a good size. The shower was absolutely amazing!
The youth hostel is friendly and welcoming and in a great central location. We were able to walk to most places we wanted to visit.
The room was comfortable and clean. We also enjoyed breakfasts – enormous cooked breakfasts and a tasty dinner. The staff are friendly and helpful.
How much does a room costs at Edinburgh Central Accommodation?
Prices start 96$/night for 2 Person Private Double Room.
Where to book online – Edinburgh Central Accommodation – Muslim Friendly Hotels Edinburgh – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Edinburgh during Edinburgh Festival Fringe which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Scotland on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Expedia.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Ten Hill Place 4* – Halal Hotels Edinburgh
Just 0.8 km from Edinburgh Waverley Rail Station, this 4-star Ten Hill Place, WorldHotels Distinctive is owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and offers free WiFi. Set in a quiet Georgian square, it also features a restaurant which serves locally sourced food and a range of beverages.
Ten Hill Place, BW Premier Collection is 5 minutes’ walk from the Royal Mile, the focal point of the annual Edinburgh Festival. Edinburgh’s main shopping area of Princes Street is a 15 minute walk away.
Each well-equipped and spacious room has a sleek bathroom and a flat-screen TV with freeview channels. Queen, King, Super-King and Twin beds are available depending on the room you book.
Owned by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, this modern hotel is a 7-minute walk from the National Museum of Scotland and a 15-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle.
The stylish rooms feature free Wi-Fi, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded rooms have views of Arthur’s Seat or Salisbury Crags, plus mini fridges and exercise bikes.
An informal restaurant offers cooked breakfast, as well as Scottish classics for dinner (fees). There’s also a colourful wine bar serving lighter fare.
Ten Hill Place is my new favorite in Edinburgh; it’s close to the asian food stores and restaurants; many other stores are also closeby, just around the corner – Poundland,Lidl,Tesco, etc.
Its walking distance to the Edinburgh central mosque (around 3-5 mins). Walking distance to the royal mile and princess street (10 mins). parking is not a problem as public parking is available beside the hotel (GBP2/hour and parking is free from 6.30pm upto 8.30am); the hotel also offers secured parking for GBP12/day.
There is also a paid parking area behind the mosque in case if street parking is full.
The rooms are nicely arranged, good free space, was impressed with the toilets cleanliness and toiletries available and refreshed everyday.
The complimentary water and tea facilities were nice. overall, the hotel experience was nice. didn’t use the breakfast service as the food wasn’t halal but we only had to manage the breakfast ourselves and lunch and dinner was just a quick stroll away from the hotel.
The Mosque Kitchen is a famous place but I would strongly recommend the Kebab Mahal across the street from it – the food was simply yummy.
Stayed at this Hotel to go to The Festival Theatre. It is literally 250 metres from the theatre and we use the ‘Just Park’ app and found somewhere equally as close nearby to leave the car overnight as there isn’t any parking at the Hotel.
We had a lovely loft room which gave us a view over the city to the Firth of Forth. The room was very comfortable with a great ensuit shower room/toilet. It also had a great flat screen tv and heating that could be adjusted.
The price of £101 for two included breakfast with a choice of full English or continental or both if you were that way inclined. Both choices were excellent, with lovely Danish pastries, croissants and artisan bread.
This hotel is within easy walking distance ( 5 minutes) from the Royal Mile and (10 minutes) from Princess Street, so an ideal location.
How much does a room costs at Ten Hill Place ?
Prices start 151$/night for Classic Double Room.
Where to book online – Ten Hill Place – Halal Friendly Hotels Edinburgh – you can find the best halal hotels deals in Edinburgh during Edinburgh Festival Fringe which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Scotland on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.