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Suite 103 Bedroom, The George Hotel, Edinburgh
Scotland

The Stewart Suite (Suite 103) is located in the original part of the hotel, The Adams Wing, which dates back to 1780.  An eclectic style, with original cornicing, comfortable sitting room, and large bathroom.  The room is air conditioned, and for the supplement has bathrobes, slippers and complimentary water included, as well as internet access, flat screen TV, laptop safe, hair dryer, full size iron and ironing board, tea and coffee facilities.  Located on the frront of the hotel overlooking Geoprge Street, the suite was refurbished in 2008.

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