Hostels In Edinburgh

We have 16 Hostels in Waverley Station with an average rating of 8.0 based on 88774 reviews.
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Castle Rock Hostel
9.5Superb
(23114)
Hostel- 0.32km from city centre
Castle Rock Hostel offers a great spot next to Edinburgh Castle, with a mix of grandeur and a backpacker feel, 24/7 reception, free Wi-Fi, a movie room, a nice patio and a fire place, bed-side lockers in all rooms
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€35.70
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€20.80
Kick Ass Grassmarket
9.0Superb
(7639)
Hostel- 0.39km from city centre
OVER 18'S ONLY, NO CHILDREN ALLOWED. Proof of age is required at check-in. LOCATION. Our beautiful his
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€21.71
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€14.19
CoDE Pod – The CoURT
9.4Superb
(1301)
Hostel- 0.64km from city centre
Code Pod Hostel offers a unique and centrally located accommodation in Edinburgh with a variety of amenities. They provide flexible and non-refundable rates for groups of 8 or more.
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€30.62
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€27.33
Edinburgh Backpackers
8.8Fabulous
(9878)
Hostel- 0.72km from city centre
Edinburgh Backpackers Hostel offers dormitories and private rooms in a great location with key card access, free luggage storage, WIFI, and a self-catering kitchen. It also has a games room, TV/dining room, and helpful staff.
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€19.66
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€12.36
High Street Hostel
9.0Superb
(8050)
Hostel- 0.86km from city centre
Please note: NO under 18's allowed in the hostel. We require a 10 GBP key deposit in cash. You need a governmental ID to check in. We do not host stag or hen ( bachelor/ bachelorette) parties. Welcome to the heart of Edinburgh. Relax, as a result of recent...
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€37.51
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€20.01
St Christopher's Edinburgh Original
8.1Fabulous
(8413)
Hostel- 0.61km from city centre
Our hostel is in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town, near Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish National Galleries and the Royal Mile. It offers a continental breakfast, a bar, hostel events and is close to pubs and bars.
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€23.62
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€13.12
a&o Edinburgh City
8.4Fabulous
(2609)
Hostel- 0.86km from city centre
Stay with us at a&o Edinburgh City, located minutes from the historic Royal Mile, right in the heart of t
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€21.86
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€18.48
Kick Ass Greyfriars
8.9Fabulous
(8429)
Hostel- 0.49km from city centre
IMPORTANT: NO GUESTS UNDER 18 YEARS OLD. Proof of age is required at check-in. A valid credit or debit card is required at check-in, to be checked against guest ID (card must be physically present, we cannot take details over the phone, email or fax.) BEER...
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€17.74
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€11.82
St Christopher's Edinburgh Old Town
8.1Fabulous
(525)
Hostel- 0.61km from city centre
COVID 19 Policy Update. In response to Coronavirus (COVID-19), additional safety and sanitation measures
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€27.56
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€13.12
Royal Mile Backpackers
9.1Superb
(3324)
Hostel- 0.85km from city centre
Smack bang in the middle of town, you can’t get closer to the action than Royal Mile Backpackers. Our c
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€25.54
Princes Street Hostel
9.0Fabulous
(269)
Hostel- 0.73km from city centre
The Princes Street Hostel offers newly refurbished rooms with comfortable beds, lamps, USB/power sockets, wi-fi, and windows. It is conveniently located near public transportation.
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€16.55
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€21.28
Edinburgh Central Youth Hostel
9.0Fabulous
(855)
Hostel- 1.51km from city centre
Five star budget accommodation in the city centre, ideal for experiencing Scotland's capital - history, culture, food and drink, sport, shopping, comedy . . . all on your doorstep.
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€31.33
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€31.33
Haystack Hostel
9.5Superb
(472)
Hostel- 0.73km from city centre
With comfortable beds and common areas, and friendly, knowledgeable staff, we are the perfect place to base yourself while exploring Edinburgh.
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€45.52
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€28.38
The Baxter
7.3Very Good
(766)
Hostel- 0.73km from city centre
The Baxter, privately owned by the Baxter brothers, brings you a new standard of hostel. Set in the heart of Edinburgh it is an amazingly restored building offering a boutique hostel experience.
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€27.93
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€15.96
CoDE Co-Living – The LoFT
7.5Very Good
(565)
Hostel- 0.29km from city centre
CoDE Co-Living - THE LoFT is the first co-living and hostel hybrid in Edinburgh. We offer great long ter
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€33.37
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€33.37
Blossom
4.9
(71)
Bed and Breakfast- 2.11km from city centre
Attractively situated within the select Edinburgh district of Newington, less than one mile from the City
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€57.15
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About Waverley Station

The Scottish capital attracts people from across the globe with its world-class culture, food and entertainment Thanks to a large student population,
there is a great selection of bars and restaurants in Edinburgh that will appeal to any backpackers or budget travellers passing through.

It’s also known as the Festival City, thanks to a huge variety of events that happen throughout the year, especially during the summer months,
when the city hosts well-known events like the Fringe Festival and T in the Park during the summer months.

Most backpackers hostels in Edinburgh are close to the city centre thanks to it being one of the most compact cities in Europe. The city is divided into the Old Town and New Town, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Site, and each of which has its own unique character.

Book a hostel in Edinburgh’s New Town (which was actually built in the mid-to-late 18th century) if you prefer Georgian townhouses, wide avenues and open squares. It’s also home to independent coffee shops and artisan bars. If you prefer cobbled streets and medieval architecture, then the hostels in Edinburgh’s Old Town are for you, which puts you within easy reach of all the best tourist attractions.

The Scottish are known for their good nature and hospitality, so don’t be shy about asking hostels owners and reception staff for recommendations.
They can help you get out into the highlands and see some of the world’s most amazing landscapes, or give you a local perspective on Edinburgh.

Take a walk along the Royal Mile, which runs through the heart of Edinburgh and connects two Royal residence; Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood House. For those feeling fit,
take a walk to the top of Arthur’s Seat, which takes about an hour, and admire the beautiful views of the city. If you prefer a more leisurely pace, there’s also Calton Hill,
which only takes a few minutes to reach the top.

Getting from the airport to the city centre couldn’t be simpler, thanks to a tram that only takes 35 minutes to reach the city centre. There’s also plenty of taxis and a 24-hour bus. Once you’ve settled into your accommodation, there’s a huge network of buses, trams and suburban rail routes to choose from, even though you should be able to reach
the main sights and attractions on foot.

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