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Edinburgh from Victorian times been the centre of gracious living. The Weavers Mall Hotel is an exclusive four star deluxe hotel, located in the heart of the city.

A melting pot of ancient tradition and the avant-garde, Edinburgh is one of those cities that you simply must see. At the Weavers Mall you find luxurious Scottish accommodations and a knowledgeable staff able to reveal an insider's view of the city.

At the Weavers Mall, you enjoy a unique advantage point from which to explore the sights, sounds and experiences around you. A calm centre surrounded by the prominent names in fashion art, and commerce, it caters for the capital’s most discerning guests, whether on business or pleasure. The hotel has Versace, Tiffany's, Armani, and Burberry as neighbours and very close by are the main shopping areas of Princes Street.

For four decades the bar has been a favourite Edinburgh rendezvous, the superb location making it a perfect place to meet. On the other hand, the light and airy restaurant provides the best in Modern British cuisine.

The Weavers Mall is the ideal choice for distinguished guests from all over the world.

Welcome to Weavers Mill Edinburgh

The Weavers Mill Hotel is in the heart of Edinburgh, a vibrant British city. The city is the capital of Scotland, as it has been ever since 1437. It is the seventh largest conurbation in the UK and the second largest Scottish city, after Glasgow.

Edinburgh Council is one of Scotland's many government council areas. Located in the south of the country, Edinburgh is on the coast along the Firth of Forth. Because of its beautiful setting and vast collection of Georgian architecture, it is thought to be one of the most stunning cities in Europe. The city is part of the council area.

The capital is the seat of the Scottish Parliament. It was one of the main centres of the Enlightenment, which was led by the University of Edinburgh, earning it the name Athens of the North. The Old Town and New Town parts of the capital were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the nineties. There are many listed buildings within the city. In 2008 Edinburgh had a total inhabitant population of 471,650.

Edinburgh is well-known for the annual fringe, which is a group of independent festivals held over a month from early August. The amount of visitors attracted to Edinburgh for the Festival is the same as the settled population of the city. The most famous events are the Edinburgh Fringe, the International, the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, and the Book Festival. Other well-known events include Hogmanay (31 December), St. Andrew's Day (end of November), and the Beltane Fire Festival (30 April).

The Weavers Mill places you in the perfect place to travel to all these events.

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