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Lonely Planet review
The Bonham is one of the few Edinburgh hotels that manages a successful fusion of traditional Victorian interiors with bold modern colours and contemporary design - check out the crimson spiral sofa in the lobby. Though set in a quiet, West End backstreet, it's only a short walk away from Princes St.
The 48 bedrooms are spread over four floors, with works by Scottish artists adorning the walls. The standard rooms are all decorated differently in shades of rose, sage, chocolate and cream and exude an atmosphere of thick-carpeted opulence. The beds are high, wide and deep and encased in cool, crisp linen; the bathrooms are small but luxurious. There are seven 'superior' rooms - the one to go for is room No 1, which has a huge, oak-panelled bathroom with a Victorian copper bath lying resplendent and gleaming in front of a period fireplace (but no fire, unfortunately). The rooms at the front of the building overlook peaceful gardens, those at the back have views over Dean Village and the Water of Leith.
Our independent authors have visited The Bonham and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Edinburgh.
Description provided by property
In Edinburgh's West End, The Bonham has a chic restaurant with 2 AA Rosettes, and stylish bedrooms, many of which have city views.
Guests can enjoy a drink in the Consulting Room bar. There is free parking and free internet access.
Princes Street, the EICC and theatres are within walking distance.
The Bonham Hotel is a Victorian town house styled with bright colours and modern art. Bedrooms come with Molton Brown toiletries, 24-hour room service and luxurious bedding.
Please note that The Bonham is strictly a non-smoking property.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
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