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Safe Hotels In Edinburgh For Punt

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Hi looking to booked into a hotel in Edinburgh for a punt nk week, any safe good one I should go for? Parking would be good too? Thanks

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I'm not local, I've stayed there a few times, so my knowledge is limited to where I've stayed. I found that most central hotels don't have parking, but the hotels in Leith do. Malmaison could be a problem, but the Holiday Inn has a more anonymous feels to it, although it's not a great hotel.

If you want to stay in the center, avoid The Scotsman and The Balmoral for punting, the staff take far too much notice of who's coming and going. With hotels like the Radisson, The George or the Sheraton, I'm sure your visitors would go completely unnoticed.

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Sheraton is no longer good as you need a card to access the lift balmoral and such are fine as long the girl looks confident and well dressed. I always find out exactly where the lift is situated to avoid any embarrassment. Hope this helps x

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How many hotels In Edinburgh are UNsafe?

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On previous visits, I used Novotel in 2008 and had a visit from Becky Carlyle who had no problem. On another occasion, I've used the Carlton too with no issues.

The Premier Inn/Travelodge hotels need cards for the lifts or to the floors, but if a girl is savvy, she'll walk in the lift with other guests, one of whom will use their keycard.

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I ALWAYS check if I've not been in a particular hotel before whether I can walk straight in and where the lifts are.

If you can't, then you meet the girl outside the hotel or in the bar. Simples :)

I've not yet had a problem in any hotel in edinburgh, including the small boutique or townhouse ones. As someone said above, if you are smartly dressed and carry yourself with confidence they don't even notice you, and even if we do have to meet in a bar, so long as you are discreet and blend in I doubt they care. I've seen one or two raised eyebrows, but always followed by a friendly smile and they look away :)

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On previous visits, I used Novotel in 2008 and had a visit from Becky Carlyle who had no problem. On another occasion, I've used the Carlton too with no issues.

The Premier Inn/Travelodge hotels need cards for the lifts or to the floors, but if a girl is savvy, she'll walk in the lift with other guests, one of whom will use their keycard.

Can look suspicious hanging around waiting for A guest to use the lift. Though I dont mind meeting a client outside , I do prefer to go directly to room. Not sure how other escorts feel. Maybe a new thread to start he he x

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The large Edinburgh Central Travelodge (the one in Mary St, there are 2 Central Travelodges) doesn't have key card access.

At the other end of the scale, the Radisson in Royal Mail is v smart, doesn't have key cards, although the lifts are directly opposite reception. But see above re looking confident and having common sense.

A lady I once knew said she liked Jury's to visit, but haven't ever been there myself.

Hope that helps someone...

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The large Edinburgh Central Travelodge (the one in Mary St, there are 2 Central Travelodges) doesn't have key card access.

At the other end of the scale, the Radisson in Royal Mail is v smart, doesn't have key cards, although the lifts are directly opposite reception. But see above re looking confident and having common sense.

A lady I once knew said she liked Jury's to visit, but haven't ever been there myself.

Hope that helps someone...

The Radisson shouldn't attract any attention. You can come in from the front entrance on the Royal Mile and turn right into the bar or left into reception. Or you can come in from the side door or even through the car park if need be.

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The raddison blue /sas is ok and if you book before 4th april using the code ENSPRING then you get 25 percent off i booked a room for next sunday and got it for 68 pounds

also the Ramada jarvis is ok as well as the reception is on the 2nd floor and the lift go straigh there

also the st james thistle is ok as well

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Ebony If ur free for a coffee give me a shout x

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Never had any problem with any of the Apex hotels. Well except me and someone who insisted on watching utube all night elicited the wrath of the next door room who caused the porter to knock discretely at 5am in the morning.

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The apex is lush i stayed at the one in dundee and it is first class and the spa is out of this world im going back in two weeks for 2nights and definalty going to make full use of the spa

Never had any problem with any of the Apex hotels. Well except me and someone who insisted on watching utube all night elicited the wrath of the next door room who caused the porter to knock discretely at 5am in the morning.

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The apex is lush i stayed at the one in dundee and it is first class and the spa is out of this world im going back in two weeks for 2nights and definalty going to make full use of the spa

Both Apexes are fine, the holiday inn is really anonymous, but you need an exec room for a good time. HI beds are the best due to their height, perfect for doggy lol

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