Dunstane City hotel

Dunstane City hotel Edinburgh
Dunstane City hotel
5 Hampton Terrace, gb, EH12 5JD, Dunstane City hotel
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All Public and Private spaces non-smoking, Parking, Free Parking, Non-Smoking Rooms, Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN, Heating, Fax/Photocopying, Ironing Service, Internet Services, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Luggage Storage, Breakfast in the Room, Garden, Dry Cleaning, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests, Laundry, Room Service, Bar, Gay Friendly, Continental Breakfast, Newspapers, Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included *

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