Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Apartment Review Edinburgh – The Knight Residence


EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND: It’s time to relax, and se all know what that means. A glass of wine and your new favourite chair. This is an apartment review in Edinburgh and the feeling when arriving at The Knight Residence.


The Knight Residence has a great city centre location within minutes from Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town, just on the outskirt of downtown. It is away from city and traffic noise, while having all of Edinburg at your feet. The location is perfect. Princes Street, Calton Hill and the Waverly Train Station is a five minute taxi ride away, whether you come by train or bus you can sink into the couch within ten minutes. Just around the corner is a grocery store where you can buy just about anything.


The Apartments

The apartments are delicate and simply furnished – ranging from 41 to 62 sqm and from one to two bedrooms. The bedrooms have enough closet space and a small TV screen. The beds are large and comfortable, ensuring a good night sleep. The living room offers dining table, sitting area and TV with a huge selection of channels. The bathroom is clean and inviting with shower and tub in one, and a small selection of toiletries.


The kitchen is fully equipped with stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, toaster, kettle and everything you need from crockery, cutlery and cooking equipment.


The staff warmly welcomes you and has good local knowledge and tips on what to experience. The service at The Knight is equal to the service of a hotel: housekeeping, well-functioning internet and service availability 24 hours a day.

Plus The Extra Mile

The Knight understood the importance of “the extra mile”. Not only is the apartment and the service top notch, but also small surprises and nice touch such as separate nameplate on the door, great welcome pack, basket with food and milk in the fridge when you arrive and opportunity for movie rentals at the front desk help to make your stay unique and just what you want after a day of travelling. Travelling with children a soft little surprise on the bed is waitin

Minus. Missing a microwave, is the only thing I like to mention in the apartment revue from Edinburgh

Worth the money

Do you want to live comfortably, near the centre and would you like to relax and feel like at home? Here we were taken well care of. A stay at The Knights Residence is definitely worth the money, especially if you are going to stay in Edinburgh for some days. Having the ability to retreat, recharge and make your own dinner if desired is worth the room fee. Yes, we found our favourite residence in Edinburgh.

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