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Assembly Rooms Edinburgh

Conference Venue

Address
Assembly Rooms Edinburgh
54 George Street
Edinburgh
Midlothian
EH2 2LR
Scotland
Telephone (01312) 204348
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A venue to inspire and impress

The spectacular Assembly Rooms Edinburgh is one of Edinburgh’s largest multi-purpose event spaces, guaranteed to inspire and impress.

A unique historic venue, Assembly Rooms is perfect for any occasion, from conferences, dinners and performances to exhibitions, seminars, weddings and large Christmas parties.

A warm welcome awaits in the contemporary reception, where a grand double staircase sweeps up to four breathtakingly opulent rooms on the first floor, with a further seven rooms catering for smaller meetings and workshops.

Natural daylight throughout is complemented by magnificent chandeliers on lofty ceilings, with shining gold leaf detail highlighting the building’s period features.

With everything from modular staging to creative lighting effects, the large unbroken spaces provide a stunning blank canvas on which the most creative of imaginations can really run free.

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Directions

By Plane
The nearest international airport is Edinburgh Airport, which is located just 7 miles from Assembly Rooms Edinburgh. Edinburgh Airport serves designations across the UK and Europe inc. London, Bristol, Southampton, Belfast, Birmingham, Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt, Geneva, New York and Madrid.

For further information on airlines, routes, flight times and fares go to Edinburgh Airport

To and from the airport
There is an express airport bus, which takes passengers from right outside the airport terminal building, to Princes Street and Waverley Train station, both of which are just a short walk from Assembly Rooms Edinburgh.

Taxis serve passengers to and from the airport, for the short 7 mile journey into the city centre.

Trams operate between Edinburgh Airport and Edinburgh city centre. See Edinburgh Trams for more details.

By Train
There are two main line train stations in Edinburgh city centre – Edinburgh Waverley and Edinburgh Haymarket. Both take trains from London and the south as well as from the north, south, east and west of Scotland. Assembly Rooms Edinburgh is only a 5 minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley and just a 10 minute bus or taxi journey from Edinburgh Haymarket.

For further information on trains, operators and fares go to National Rail Enquiries

By Bus
Edinburgh enjoys one of the UK’s best bus networks. For further information on routes and fares visit Lothian Buses for Edinburgh journeys or Scottish City Link for journeys to and from further afield.

By Car
Assembly Rooms Edinburgh is easy to find on George Street via SatNav (see address and postcode below). Follow signs for the city centre.

Parking
There is on-street parking along George Street outside the Assembly Rooms and in the surrounding streets, all of which is controlled by parking meters during the day. RingGo, a cashless payment system, can be used via telephone or online app to pay for parking, alternatively coins can be used in roadside meters.

Alternatively the nearest car park is at the St James Shopping Centre – for further information go to NCP St James Centre.

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