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Hotel Chancellors Court (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

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Hotel Chancellors Court (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

About Chancellors Court

Chancellors Court in the heart of the university district of Edinburgh, offers affordable accommodation for those looking for a no-frills budget-friendly option. Various room options available including private en-suite with bath and shower combos or shared bathrooms with shower only. Additional features include TV, telephone, central heating, coffee/tea maker and writing desk. Hotel features include a 24 hour front desk with a safe, laundry service, lifts, conference facilities, public internet terminal, free parking, secure bicycle storage, full wheel chair access and ATM banking. The hotel does not have its own restaurant but guests may choose to dine at any of the 2 restaurants and 3 café/coffee shops nearby. The hotel bar lounge features wireless Internet and guests can pick up extra snacks at the nearby convenience store. The hotel is just a 15 minute walk away from Holyrood Park, Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street. Perfect location for attending various Edinburgh Festival events.

Top amenities

  • WiFi in lobby
  • Free WiFi(Unavailable)
  • Pool(Unavailable)
  • Spa(Unavailable)
  • Parking
  • Pets(Unavailable)
  • A/C(Unavailable)
  • Restaurant
  • Hotel bar
  • Gym(Unavailable)

Rating overview

  • LocationGood  (7.8 / 10)
  • RoomsFair  (7.2 / 10)
  • ServiceVery good  (8.0 / 10)
  • CleanlinessVery good  (8.0 / 10)
  • Value for moneyFair  (7.4 / 10)

Positive Reviews

positive:

Affordable accommodation with a great location.

Chancellors Court hotel is located on the University of Edinburgh campus, right in the heart of Edinburgh. This means guests are able to visit word famous historical and cultural sites with ease. Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle, Royal Mile, Ross Open Air

positive:

Great features and amenities in the hotel and on campus.

The hotel features a 24 hour reception with a safe for storing valuables, free parking and 18 conference rooms for business meetings and conferences. The campus features a leisure centre with a swimming pool, squash and badminton courts and other faciliti

positive:

Full disabled access to the hotel and university campus.

The University of Edinburgh is one of the most modern universities in the world and their campus reflects this on all levels. Chancellors Court was refurbished in 2005 and follows on similar principles of accessibility. This means that the entire hotel fe


Negative Reviews

negative:

Bookings at Chancellors Court are only available during summer months.

As the hotel is located on a university campus its prime role is providing accommodation to on-campus students. Effectively this means that accommodation only becomes available to non-student holiday makers during the summer break when the university clos

negative:

No hotel restaurant onsite, plenty of options available close by.

The hotel serves a full English breakfast but does not have a restaurant service for lunch or dinner. Staff are local and can offer great advice to the best restaurants in the area. The great location means that getting back to the hotel is quick and safe

negative:

Budget accommodation is not everyone’s cup of tea.

While the hotel provides great accommodation for university students and tourists during the summer months, this sort of accommodation is not for everyone. Be aware that most of the accommodation is quite basic even though most common amenities such as TV


All amenities

Property amenities
  1. Parking
  2. Hotel bar
  3. Conference rooms
  4. Non-smoking rooms
  5. Restaurant
  6. Laundry service
  7. WiFi in public areas
  8. Fax/Modem access
  9. Free WiFi (public areas)
  10. Free WiFi
  11. Breakfast
Room amenities
  1. Bathtub (upon inquiry)
  2. Shower
  3. Openable windows
  4. Television
  5. Central heating
  6. Electric kettle
  7. Telephone

Contact

18 Holyrood Park Road , EH16 5AY , Edinburgh , United Kingdom
Telephone: +44(131)6512007 | 

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