Edinburgh Serviced apartment options for the Osmonds.

For anyone travelling to Edinburgh in April 2012 to see The Osmonds on their UK Tour, you should really be looking to stay in Edinburgh for a few days to really enjoy all the sights and sounds of the Scottish capital. One of the grandest cities in the world, any visitors should take at least a few days to fully appreciate Edinburgh and if you’re visiting to see a show or concert than that’s the perfect opportunity to stay.

The Osmonds are still going believe it or not. They’ve been entertaining the world for 5 decades now, having first burst onto the scene in 1958. Despite the age and longevity, the 2012 tour will be the largest UK tour the Osmonds will have ever been on; they will perform at nearly 50 venues up and down the country. The group want this final UK your to be ‘a great big thank you to all our fans for their love and support through the years’ and apparently they also ‘can’t wait’ for it. Well they will just have to wait as one can only resume the Osmonds do not have access to any forms of time travel.

Between the group and the individuals’ solo careers, they have released over 200 albums over the years, selling over 100,000,000 copies with 59 gold and platinum recordings. The tour starts in Bristol on 9th March and finishes in Bournemouth on 6th May. One of the highlights will surely be the Edinburgh performance that takes place at Usher Hall on April 22nd as one of the grandest cities in the UK and a great backdrop to the warming and cheerful sounds of the Osmonds.

For anyone staying in Edinburgh, hotels might be the first accommodation option that springs to mind, however more and more people across the UK are choosing serviced apartments as their preferred choice and Edinburgh is no different. By booking a serviced apartment in Edinburgh you get the use of a whole apartment to enjoy your stay rather than the four walls of a hotel room. Also the nature of the apartments is that they are self-catering so you have much more flexibility in your stay.