Select another hotel

Select another room Select another flight

Your Holiday Overview

Important Information!

Select room

Create your ideal hotel stay by selecting your preferred room and board basis. Customise your flights in the next step.

Hotel information

  • Accommodation

  • Facilities

  • Resort information

Ten Hill Place Hotel

Ten Hill Place, BW Premier Collection was opened in November 2006. The hotel is one of Edinburgh's premier City Centre hotels. From airy public places to each of our 129 smart bedrooms, the mood of Ten Hill Place, BW Premier Collection is one of quiet sophistication, and one we believe sets us apart from other Edinburgh hotels. We have four fully equipped accessible rooms with an elevator from street level to all floors. This innovative Edinburgh hotel is within easy walking distance of Princes Street, the historic Old Town and the City Centre's main tourist, shopping and business districts; yet peacefully situated away from the main thoroughfares. The best of Edinburgh opens up before you right outside our front door. The Festival Theatre is across the road, the National Museums are around the corner and the Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle, and Holyrood Palace are just a stone's throw away. Whether on business or a short city break in Edinburgh, make Ten Hill Place, BW Premier Collection your first choice. Edinburgh offers tourist attractions for all ages and interests. Ten Hill Place, BW Premier Collection® is owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and all profits go back into training surgeons worldwide. Historic and contemporary rooms are available within Surgeons' Hall for conferences, meetings and social events. Address: 10 Hill Place, 10 EH8 9DS Edinburgh UK


  • City Centre: 1 km

Room Facilities

  • Living room
  • Bathroom
  • Disability-friendly bathroom
  • Shower
  • Bathtub
  • Hairdryer
  • Toiletries
  • Bathrobes
  • Make-up mirror
  • Internet access
  • Direct dial telephone
  • TV
  • Cable TV
  • Radio
  • 220V power supply
  • Alarm clock
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Ironing set
  • Carpeted floors
  • Centrally regulated air conditioning
  • Individually adjustable air conditioning
  • Central heating
  • Individually adjustable heating
  • Safe
  • Wake-up service
  • Desk
  • Children share the bed with parents
  • Cot on demand
  • Electric Kettle
  • NOT AVAILABLE: Wi-fi, Wheelchair-accessible, Smoking rooms

Hotel Facilities

  • Check-in hour
  • Check-out hour
  • Wired Internet
  • Room service
  • Laundry service
  • Launderette
  • Medical service
  • Multilingual staff
  • Air conditioning in public areas
  • Smoke detector
  • Hotel safe
  • Lift access
  • Concierge
  • Gym
  • Luggage room
  • Dining area
  • Clothes dryer
  • Electric kettle
  • Towels and bed linen
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Highchairs
  • Banquet hall
  • Conference room
  • Meeting room
  • Photocopier
  • Fax
  • Breakfast
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Continental breakfast
  • Hot breakfast
  • À la carte dinner
  • Breakfast and dinner
  • Special dietary options
  • Gluten-free meals
  • Vegetarian meal
  • Non-smoking establishment
  • Best Western - We Care Clean
  • NOT AVAILABLE: Wheelchair-accessible, Car park, 24-hour reception, Wi-fi


  • Bus/Train station 1.5 km
  • Nearest Bus / Metro Stop 6 km
  • Beach 7.5 km
  • Golf course 4.5 km
  • Ski slopes 7.5 km

Tourist Attractions

  • Edinburgh Castle 700 m
  • Royal Yacht Britannia 4.5 km
  • Holyrood Parliament 700 m
  • Holyrood Palace 700 m
  • National Museum of Scotland 500 m


  • * indicates service is at extra charge


The second largest city in Scotland, Edinburgh is the capital and is the seat of Scottish Parliament. Famous for many things, amongst them the iconic Edinburgh Castle, Carlton Hill and elegant Prince's Street, the city is now probably best known for the Edinburgh Festival with its world class event, Edinburgh Fringe. The biggest and most successful performing arts festival in the world, Fringe attracts stars of international calibre and many more who simply want to make the big break. Further festivals like Hogmanay Street Party and Burns Night give you an idea that Edinburgh is a fun, party town.

The Old and New Georgian districts are now a UNESCO World Heritage site, so architecturally, the city is a true delight. The historic centre is virtually divided by the green oasis of Princes Street Gardens and stately Edinburgh Castle sits atop an extinct volcanic crag with the main artery, the Royal Mile, stretched ahead. The Old Town has a medieval plan and, in fact, has a huge underground network (which used to house immigrants at the time of the Industrial Revolution) where you can tour the immensity of this city below ground, Edinburgh Vaults. Tying in with this, the darker side of the city is well represented with ghostly tours and haunting tales, reminiscent of the notorious duo, Burke & Hare, murderers and grave robbers. 

Part of the local lore and myth is that Robert Louis Stevenson's influence for Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was the tale of Deacon Brodie, a staunch pillar of society by day and burglar by night. It certainly all adds to the atmosphere of the city! Edinburgh actually has many literary flags to fly, being home to Ian Rankin's "Inspector Rebus" series; and it was the birthplace of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes), Muriel Spark (The Prime of Ms Jean Brodie), Sir Walter Scott (Rob Roy and Ivanhoe) and is now home to J.K. Rowling, author of the blockbuster Harry Potter series. Alexander Graham Bell also hailed from Edinburgh. Whist today Prince's Street may be renowned for great shopping, Murrayfield Stadium is a hit with sporting fans being home to Scotland's National Rugby Union team.

Golfers can also enjoy the proximity to Gullane, the Open Championship Course at Muirfield and the Open Qualifying Course at Dunbar - world-class links and parkland courses within easy access. To exit this stunning city of narrow, winding streets, elegant terraces and picturesque alleyways, drive just 10 miles south to MidLothian and visit Rosslyn Chapel, a medieval stone building on a rocky promontory with gorgeous Gothic carvings, immortalised in Dan Browne's Da Vinci Code. Set along the Firth of Forth, near the North Sea and the Pentland Hills, Edinburgh is a neoclassical gem, often referred to as the Athens of the North.

With something for everyone and a warm Scottish welcome, this is a city deserving of its great popularity.


Holiday weather for Edinburgh

Email me this holiday button

Email me this holiday

Can't decide? Need more time? That's ok!
You can email this holiday quote to yourself

*Remember, the price on this quote is only valid at the time of its request. We can't guarantee that the price will stay this low as this is real time pricing and it may change