How To Find Us
The Old Waverley Hotel is situated in on Princes Street in Edinburgh’s city centre, just 20 minutes from Edinburgh Airport by taxi and within one minute’s walking distance of Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station.
Directions From the M6: Take the M6 to the A74 (M) exiting J13 to A702 into Edinburgh city centre and Waverley Railway Station. The Old Waverley Hotel in Edinburgh is almost opposite the Princes Street exit.
Directions From the A1: take the A1 (M) into Edinburgh and Waverley Railway Station. The Old Waverley Hotel offers budget Edinburgh accommodation and a great location!
TransPennine Express offer trains to and from Edinburgh starting from as little as £8. For tourist information and useful links take a look at theTrans Penine Express website Edinburgh destination page.
We do not have an on-site car park however you can get discounted car parking at the nearby Q-Park. For guests staying at the Old Waverley you can receive a discounted rate of £10 for 24 hours. To claim the discounted rate simply see reception to get your parking token validated.
Q-Park is located on Greenside Row, EH1 3AN, Edinburgh. For more information please see their website http://www.q-park.co.uk/parking/edinburgh/q-park-omni
Whats on in Edinburgh?
Whatever time of year you decide to pay us a visit in Edinburgh there will be something to see and do! Why not take in one of our festivals? For further information please see www.edinburghfestivals.co.uk.
Or perhaps you are attending a conference at the EICC? If so then The Edinburgh Collection has the perfect hotel accommodation solution for you. Our hotels are ideally located and priced for your visit to Edinburgh city centre.
Sport plays a major factor in Edinburgh, and Murrayfield Stadium is easily accessed from each of our hotels. For further details of sporting events and gigs please see www.scottishrugby.org
If you are coming to Edinburgh with children then why not visit the recently renovated National Museum? There is something here for all ages! NMS and of course not to forget we are only minutes to Edinburgh Castle.
And if you are just coming to Edinburgh city centre for a shopping trip - then don’t forget to pay a visit to George Street as well as Princes Street. And if you can, make sure you pay a visit to Harvey Nichols.