Located below Cafe Rouge, Lola Lo shamelessly changes its character as the evening progresses. It begins as an after-work ... More
Located below Cafe Rouge, Lola Lo shamelessly changes its character as the evening progresses. It begins as an after-work debrief, wind-down and drink-up joint, and progresses into an ever sweatier dance venue. The transformation begins mid-evening with the introduction of a DJ. The music varies from funky house on Saturdays to 1980s, 1990s and dance on Mondays. Grab a pitcher and a bunch of friends, and watch the night unfold.
The Caledonian A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, The Caley, as it's known by locals, is an Edinburgh institution. Once a grand
Victorian railway hotel, it opened in 1903 above the now closed Princes Street railway station. Generations of visitors from ...
Reputedly Edinburgh's oldest pub, Sheep's Heid has been at the same spot since 1360. It is in the middle of
pretty Duddingston Village, alongside some of the most desirable property in the city, and makes an evocative end to ...
Located in Edinburgh's city centre is the Crowne Plaza Edinburgh Royal Terrace with stunning views towards the Firth of Forth.
The hotel is part of an impressive terrace of prestigious Georgian townhouses with many of the original features. Edinburgh ...