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More about Edinburgh

Famed for hosting the world’s largest annual art festival, Edinburgh is one of Scotland's most beautiful cities and an inspiring conference and event destination.

Steeped in history, the vibrant capital seamlessly blends an architecturally stunning backdrop with modern developments, excellent transport connections, authentic experiences, and the warm hospitality the Scots are famed for.

Perfectly located for both international and domestic business events

With over 300 flights a day heading to 130 destinations across the globe, Edinburgh Airport is Scotland’s busiest, providing easy access for both regional and international delegates. The airport lies 8 kilometers to the west of the city, and there are regular bus and tram services direct to the city center, which take around 25 to 40 minutes. The city’s two major railway stations, Waverley and Haymarket, operate regular services to other parts of Scotland and the UK on a frequent basis. Edinburgh has a compact, accessible city center, making it easy to get around on foot.

Things to do with your group

  • Trek up Arthur’s Seat, a dormant volcano in Holyrood Park, for stunning views across the city and out to the Firth of Forth.
  • Visit Edinburgh Castle before it opens to the public and gaze upon the Scottish Crown Jewels.
  • Take a treasure hunt through the narrow streets of Edinburgh’s Old Town and uncover some of the hidden secrets that are waiting to be discovered.
  • Head to the Holyrood Distillery to learn about the history of whisky and enjoy a well-deserved dram..
  • Organize a traditional Highland Games tournament for your group, including unique activities such as Haggis hurling, caber toss, and hammer throw.

Experience meetings that are successful for you and the planet

We’re committed to environmental sustainability, which is why we offset the carbon footprint for every event taking place in our hotels at no cost to you.