This building is fitting for government offices. Why they built the confused so called modern design building at Holyrood beats me.
I am not a great lover of modern architecture, but this building was exceptional. Odd on the outside I must admit, but amazing inside. Flooded with light; interesting shapes and materials; a great debating chamber. This was a work of art and a working building at the same time. And we were lucky enough to have a tour of the... More
We were walking the Royal Mile and I thought it was worth stopping into the Parliament Building. Located behind St. Giles Cathedral, it was in the middle of all of the other attractions. The building is an historic structure that used to house the Scottish Parliament until the Act of Unification in 1707. Afterward, the courts moved in to occupy... More
What a place for a wedding, the building itself is majestic, and reeks of history. I love the rooms in the building were people can get married and have civil ceremonies. Well worth a visit when you are in the city!
Hotel central check in was good. Have stayed before would say rooms are tired. very sparse - Bathroom def need upgraded, and the Towels were very thin. TV didn't work properly [not a big problem but music would have been nice in background. Not sure if would stay again unless rooms etc., are done up.
Felt the architecture was out of synch with its surroundings and the bars on the windows gave it a sinister air, but very airy inside.
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