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The Drawing Room at

Scotsman Hotel Edinburgh

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The original hub of the building back when it housed The Scotsman Newspaper Headquarters, the Drawing Room is steeped in history and character. Benefitting from large windows, the room is filled with natural light and neutral, welcoming tones.

 Features

  • Wifi
  • HD screen
  • complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Natural daylight

 Licensing

  • Licensed until 12am

 Capacities

  • 20 Boardroom
  • 35 Cabaret
  • 30 Classroom
  • 60 Reception
  • 40 Theatre

 Welcomes

  • Events with Alcohol

 Space

  • 81m2 (872ft2)
  • Ceiling height 3.5m (11ft)
  • 20 North Bridge
  • EH1 1TR

More about 

Named for the ground-breaking national newspaper who took up residence in these beautiful Baroque buildings, The Scotsman of today is a luxury hotel which retains many original features, including luxurious floor to ceiling wood panelled rooms, grandiose marble staircase and stained glass windows.

Set across several floors, many of our character bedrooms offer truly unrivalled views of Edinburgh Castle, The Mound, Carlton Hill and The Princes Street Gardens. If you are looking for a host venue for a truly standout event, we have a range of tastefully furnished and finished rooms and suites.

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