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Junior Suite 106 Bathroom, The George Hotel, Edinburgh
Scotland

Junior Suite 106 has a very well proportioned bathroom with double sink, bath, shower and bidet.  The bedroom is a beautiful large double room on George Street in the original Adams Wing and was refurbished in 2008.

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