I guess it is not the hotel's fault that I was under the impression that the hotel is near the railway station. Navigating through the city and dragging my luggage in the old town full of tourists, I wasn't really happy. When I entered a more modern part of the city and the hotel still was nowhere to be seen, I started to worry.
I found the hotel eventually, and I can't fault them for anything. The staff was friendly and helpful. The room was clean and tidy; there was none of the shabbines you often see in British hotels. The breakfast was good and there was plenty of choice. I even got to try haggis, which I'd been afraid to order anywhere in case it was as scary as it sounds. It wasn't; it was really nice, actually.More
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