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Hotel Indigo Edinburgh

Location pin

50-59 York Pl, Edinburgh, EH1 3JD - 

  • Users

    Up to
    30 guests

Hotel Indigo properties aren’t prototypical — and that means meeting here isn’t typical either. Our flexible gathering and event spaces bring the colour and character of our neighbourhoods indoors (or outdoors, if you prefer) for adaptable, functional versatility that inspires collaboration and creativity. Our team members do the rest, making gathering here an eclectic, intimate experience that’s truly unique.

Capacity & layout

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 30

Amenities

Tea

Tea

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Print/Scan/Copy

Print/Scan/Copy

Public transport

Public transport

Space rules

Cancellation policy

100% refundable 1 day before the event

Location

Reviews

  • Stewart Gandolf

    June 2024

    We switched from another nearby hotel that was a disastrous “people-mill” experience. When we arrived at the Hotel Indigo we were so happy to again be in a “proper hotel.” While some of the criticisms in other reviews have merit (like the temporarily broken lift), the big picture is this boutique hotel has nice rooms, cool decor, great staff and a delicious breakfast. Much better value than the competing hotel we left. Special shout out to Andy with his exceptional spirit and willingness to help.

  • W “Bluebird” Dixon

    February 2024

    Rooms and location are good. Service a bit poor. Left standing at reception on check in as 4 staff behind reception gave advice to a couple about best places to eat in Edinburgh. At breakfast ordered from the hot menu and the food never arrived. The continental breakfast didn't have a great variety.

  • Cheyenne Holman

    May 2024

    Didn’t really seem like a 4 star hotel at all. The hallways were super dated and quite ugly. The room decor was also very dated and a lot of attention to detail was lacking. The duvet cover on the bed was inside out, the runner at the end of the bed had questionable stains on it (definitely a long time between washes), the glasses in the bathroom were not really clean and there was no soap by the bathroom sink (just 2 big things of hand lotion). I’m generally a very good sleeper but the sound coming from the AC/air vent in the room was pretty loud (even after I turned this off to try and stop it). There were also stains on the ceiling around it. The window opened out on to a rooftop and which there was some kind of tatty fabric hanging from above. The only real redeeming factors were the friendly staff, good breakfast and location. Overall, wouldn’t recommend.

  • Chris Blott

    May 2024

    You know that sinking feeling when you arrive at your hotel room and realise you’ve mage a terrible mistake. Well actually not my mistake because someone booked it for me but I’m in the world’s smallest hotel room. Up 4 flights of stairs with no lift. It’s cramped, claustrophobic and miserable. £244 utterly ridiculous. The floors are marked, the walls looking stained and there’s mold growing the shower. Also breakfast is paid for but I can’t have it until 7.45 because it’s booked up. I’m working and need to leave by then. After complaining they ‘let’ me have breakfast at 7.00 and have me a slightly bigger room. It’s still very scruffy and small and dark and way below what you get at the likes of Premier Inn. The owners of this hotel are clearly very greedy and I resent every minute I spend here and every penny that was spent on my room.

  • Justin Davidson

    May 2024

    Quite possibly the worst hotel I’ve ever been to. It’s moldy, air is musty, no noise buffering, service is poor, and it’s shockingly expensive for what you receive. There are much much better options around.