According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
Within 15 minutes' walk of Royal Mile, Angels Share Hotel Edinburgh offers accommodation with 31 rooms. Set within reach of Edinburgh Gin Distillery, this hotel features an a la carte restaurant serving meals of Scottish cuisine.
Edinburgh airport is 0.5 km from the property, which lies in New Town district. The 4-star hotel is also situated merely 1.3 km from Edinburgh Castle. West Register House is a few minutes’ walk away.
Within a 20-minute walk, guests will find Edinburgh Waverley train station.
There are smoke-free rooms at Angels Share Hotel, some of them come with complimentary WiFi and include private bathrooms fitted with a shower. They have stylish interior. These bright units also feature views of the city. In addition, a standard queen room has chic interior and welcomes guests with chic atmosphere.
Eat & Drink
A full English breakfast is served daily. There is a lounge bar on site. Offering British and Scottish meals, Ryan's Bar is nearly 5 minutes' walk away.
The hotel offers a full breakfast at the price of GBP12.50 per person per day.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
No parking available.
Year renovated: 2006. Number of rooms: 31.
Former name: The Hudson Hotel Edinburgh
Bar/ Lounge area
- Luggage storage
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Spa and relaxation
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Wake up service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Special diet menus
Spa & Leisure
- Sea view
- Garden view
- City view
- Mountain view
- Pool view
- River view
- Landscape view
- Air conditioning
- Individual heating
- In-room safe
- Living room
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- In-room desk
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Private bathroom
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- CD player
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 Double bed
Bed options:1 Single bed
Bed options:1 King-size bed
- City landmarks
The staff was incredibly accommodating and the location was unbeatable. Brilliant place for one night. Also, it was within a 5 minute walk from a national art gallery. In addition, free Wi-Fi was a plus.
the hotel is definitely recommended to everyone. we booked this central venue for its staff and breakfast. very kind personnel. a room with a bathtub.
This hotel was fantastic. I was in Edinburgh for a wedding and it is perfectly located just off Princess street. The staff were very friendly and the rate was very good. The hotel is a little old in parts (the lifts/stairwell etc) but the rooms are very very nice with lots of space, polished floorboards and a quality feel. I would definitely recommend this place to someone on business or a weekend break. I did not use the bar/restaurant so cannot comment on that.
The room was large and specious with good location, the bed was one of the best beds I ever slept on.
Very good location
It was quite noisy late at night (from the bar downstairs) and early in the morning because of the dustbin lorries. I could have shut the bedroom window but it was very hot.
The hotel decor is very stylish and the rooms were warm, comfy bed and the shower was excellent. I had food one of the nights in the bar and it was absolutely delicious (a prawn and pasta dish). It is also very good that they give you 25% off the price of bar food if you are staying there.The wifi in the rooms is excellent and allowed me to easily use skype which was great and it is free unlike some other places I stayed in.
I was disappointed that the single room I was staying in did not have a bath as I had been travelling a lot with a heavy laptop bag and it would have been great to have a soak. The television channels were limited and the reception wasn't great, there also wasn't a list of what channels were what stations which is a little difficult to figure out if you are not from the uk. Perhaps the greatest problem was where my room was positioned which was facing a lane way at the back of a department store as deliveries and rubbish collecting started at 6.30am with very loud trucks in the laneway and people talking and shouting. Not sure what the hotel can do about it but it is a very unpleasant wake up call! I also thought it wasn't great value for what you got - no breakfast included in a rate of £99 per night for a room with a single bed, seems quite expensive.
The hotel is in a perfect location with Princess St right around the corner.High heels walking distance to all clubs and pubs:)The hotel itself is modern, clean and very comfortable, with a club / pub downstairs. We will definitely choose The Hudson Hotel while staying in Edinburgh in the future.
The only thing I didn't like was the shower head holder that didn't work and I had to hold it myself.
Small comfortable hotel close to all the city sights
Great location and very quiet room...... I stayed four nights over new year and the range of tv channels is very poor...... For international guests you feel the hotel is not catering for internationals with only 5 English/Scottish channels of very poor quality .. The rest of the hotel was great .....
Very poor tv channel selection,,, for international guests no channels ...
The location of the hotel is perfect for exploring Edinburgh and the staff were extremely helpfull and curtious.
The fact that are flight was cancelled due to poor weather conditions and our flights were cancelled. Stranded in Edinburgh the staff at The Hudson hotel were very helpful in the early hours of the morning in providing us with facilities.
Disliked view from rooms, as was looking onto other buildings, however suggest at reception for this possibly. Saturday nights can be loud and noisey as club is situated under the hotel, if your not into that sort of thing.
the excellent service we recieved from michael regarding our booking, he went the extra mile to accomodate us. we nominate him for outstanding employee of the month
Staff very helpful,good amassadors for the Hotel. Rooms beautiful, will definately stay again, highly reccommended
The staff are the best in any hotel I have stayed in in Scotland
I very much enjoyed my stay at The Hudson Hotel. The water pressure of the shower is excellent, there is a bath and there are shower gels, shampoos and body lotions in abundance. The room is tidy and nicely decorated. The hotel is very close to Princes Street, in the center of Edinburgh. I would most likely return to this hotel on a next visit to Edinburgh.
Unfortunately, the bed was not very comfortable, it did not give much support. Also, the bed was a bit too short for my boyfriend, who is 1.85m. Breakfast was not included, but that's not a big issue, because there are a lot of café's nearby where you can get breakfast.