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Scotland welcomed over 3 million visitors from overseas in 2017. If you’re looking for some guidance on which part of Scotland to stay in, look no further. We have provided an overview of the hotel accommodation available in Scotland’s most popular destinations below. We take care to feature hotels which receive the best independent reviews from travellers.
As you would expect from one of the world’s most reputable cities, travellers can choose from a huge range of hotels in Edinburgh. From the majestic and imposing 5-star Balmoral to the modern comfort and enviable location of an affordable Travelodge, there truly is something for everyone in this unique city.
Read our complete guide of where to stay in Edinburgh for further information.
Although Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland, many of the most popular things to do are in walking distance of each other. Staying in the city centre affords the most choice and the most convenient travel links.
There is plenty of luxury accommodation and boutique hotels to choose from, as well as affordable comfort for those travellers who just need somewhere to hang their hat.
Read our complete guide of where to stay in Glasgow for further information.
The Scottish Highlands covers such a large area that deciding where to stay is quite a task. A great many tourists choose to stay 1 or 2 nights in several different hotels.
The scenery is so breathtaking that travelling between the hotels provides a great opportunity to see some of the best views the country has to offer.
Read our complete guide of where to stay in the Highlands for further information.
The historic, coastal town of St Andrew’s is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in the country.
Thanks to its golfing heritage and world-class university, St Andrew’s is an absolutely thriving place full of history, amenities and luxury hotels, all based with a picturesque coastal setting.
Read our complete guide of where to stay in the St Andrew’s for further information.