Within easy reach of your apartment
Princes Street Suites is ideally located in the heart of the city at the east end of Princes Street, perfect for shopping and dining out at the many bars and restaurants. A city like Edinburgh has a number of fantastic things to see and do. In Edinburgh you have the opportunity to view the historic sites of the city as well as enjoy contemporary shopping and fine dining. While staying at Princes Street Suites there are a number of famous sights to see in Edinburgh. Whether you are spending a short weekend in the city or enjoying a leisurely holiday, Edinburgh offers you the opportunity to fill your perfect break with trips to castles & palaces, museums, boutique shopping and excellent restaurants..
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The Edinburgh Playhouse
The Edinburgh Playhouse originally opened its doors in 1929 and now holds up to 3059 guests, establishing the theatre as one of the UK's largest working theatres. The Edinburgh Playhouse was previously a cinema in Edinburgh, which now plays host to numerous musicals, ballet performances, comedians and live bands. Visit the Edinburgh Playhouse website for more information.
Our Dynamic Earth
Our Dynamic Earth is a science centre in Edinburgh that lets visitors explore the world from the past starting with the Big Bang, up to the present and into the future. The attraction is perfect for families with a number of fun hands-on exhibits and technology including 4D and 3D experiences. Visit the Our Dynamic Earth website for more information.
Meet the Residents
Opened in 1913, Edinburgh Zoo is owned by The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland. Set in 82 acres of sloping parkland, the Zoo is situated three miles to the west of Edinburgh city centre. Visitors can book a slot to see Edinburgh Zoo's wonderful giant pandas - not to be missed!
National Museum of Scotland
The National Museum of Scotland is situated on Chamber Street in Edinburgh and was formed in 1985, amalgamating the former National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland and The Royal Scottish Museum. Visitors can explore the wonders of the natural world, world cultures, art and design, science and technology and Scottish history, all under one roof. Free admission
Perched on an extinct volcano, this instantly recognisable fortress is a powerful national symbol and part of Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site. Its story is Scotland's story. Find out more and plan your visit. Visit www.edinburghcastle.gov.uk for more information.
An 80 minute interactive tour taking you through 1000 years of gruesome history with 2 heart stopping rides, professional live actors and special effects and 11 shows to make visitors scream with laughter. The Edinburgh Dungeon is less than a 10 minute walk from Edinburgh Station.
Princes Street Gardens
Green in the city
Princes Street Gardens is a public park in the centre of Edinburgh, Scotland, in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle with stunning monuments, statues and beautiful gardens. The Gardens are a popular meeting place in Edinburgh, and play host to regular concerts at the Ross Bandstand, particularly at the city's Hogmanay celebrations.