The location is lovely - where the south and west canals meet (nice for a walk after the meal). The menu presented a dilemma - because I wanted ALL of it and the specials were tempting. We both went for the duck which was cooked perfectly and the cherry sauce was great. Definitely coming back.
We arrived on Friday afternoon and stayed until Monday. Reception staff all polite and very helpful. Room was clean and the bed was comfortable. Ate at the Beefeater a couple of evenings with the meal deal which we found useful. Some dishes on the dinner menu do incur a supplement when using the meal deal but personally we thought that it was good value for money. Room was cleaned each morning and fresh towels left. Bus stop into the centre of Oxford nearby with regular buses. Would definitely stay again.
Dinner here was wonderful. It was the best Italian food I have ever had outside of Italy. The staff are helpful and provide great recommendations. The specials were interesting and completely delicious. I can't wait to taste the rest of the menu! We will definitely be back and would recommend to anyone.
Visited to do some shopping for my family.... nice and free car parking. Shops were clean with good quality and variety. Although eating facilities were a bit sparse one can find KFC in middle with few coffee shops.
This mid-town hotel has the prestige trimmings of a hotel twice the price, from a very comfortable bed and high-end furnishings to complimentary gin and sherry. The spa, bar and conference facilities are impressive and staff are welcoming and polite. My only gripe is the night-long chorus from hotel's resident rooftop collection of gulls and pigeons. So despite the prestige and comfort, I had very little sleep and a morning headache. Something needs to be done about that as it definitely ruins the stay. This issue may only affect the rooftop facing rooms though.
Stopped here for supper last night, nice menu plenty of seating, friendly greeting. We ordered starters and mains, nice food prepared fresh great pizzas. Drinks a bit expensive just ordering a glass of wine each, that said everything served with a smile.
The Radisson has a very nice location, close to all the action and an easy walk from almost anything you’d want to see in Edinburgh. My room was ok, but a little too trendy for my taste, with not quite enough thought given. The bedroom itself was lit only by lamps by the bed and desk and an illuminated drink cabinet, and it was too dark to do much. The shower was equally odd, with a small square shower and an equal-size space to dry off and put on a robe. I guess that’s the idea anyway — seemed like not a great use of space. There was a long bench adjacent to the shower, which is where I placed my suitcase, with hangers on the wall above the bench in lieu of a closet, and every time I did anything in my suitcase, I hit the hangers as soon as I stood up. The bed was comfortable, but overall the room was not ideal for me. I might stay again, but I’d look elsewhere first.
Went on a Sunday. Lots to do. We booked tickets for frozen event in castle - was very good. Kids enjoyed feeding goats and chickens (around 50p donation for food) and we had a good walk around grounds and a shot in indoor soft play. We were lucky to be there on a sunny day but I’d definitely recommend it.