City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Conference


Find Edinburgh venues by type (e.g. Cinemas).

Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Le Monde Boutique hotel in Edinburgh's historic New Town, and home to the Shanghai nightclub and also a restaurant. The 100-seater, air conditioned, basement space in Le Monde is a Fringe venue in August. Conference 47
Pilrig Church Hall Pilrig St Paul's lets out a number of spaces including its large upstairs hall (for 100) with a stage area, a smaller downstairs hall (for 50), its “Open Doorway” meeting space with... Conference
Melting Pot Low-carbon, meeting spaces for public use, run by not-for-profit social enterprise organisation. Conference
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Edinburgh City Centre Just around the corner from the Usher Hall, and the theatres and cinemas along Edinburgh's busy Lothian Road. Conference
George Square
Hugh Robson Building Edinburgh University building at George Square named after the former Principal of Edinburgh University (1974 -1979). The building has a 65-seater teaching room. Conference
Destiny Centre Gorgie A 600-seat capacity auditorium offering both a full-size cinema screen and stage area, with onlooking cafe for beverages and snacks. Conference
Lothian Chambers City owned building that was once the Midlothian County Buildings, now used for City of Edinburgh Council corporate services and functions such as corporate gatherings and weddings. Conference
Hawthornden Lecture Theatre Scottish National Galleries public lecture hall in the modern concourse, the Weston Link. Conference
Lindsay Stewart Lecture Theatre Napier University's egg-shaped lecture theatre in the Craiglockhart campus, home to Napier university's business school. Conference
Playfair Library A William Playfair architectural masterpiece on the southern side of Edinburgh University's Old College. The Library Hall has a barrel-vaulted ceiling and runs to more than 190 feet in length. Conference 311
The Glasshouse Hotel, Marriott Autograph Collection Situated at the top of Leith Walk in Edinburgh's West End. A 5-minute walk from Princes Street, and 10-minute walk from the Royal Mile. Conference
Apex International Hotel The 169-bedroomed Apex International overlooks the Grassmarket and the great drum tower of Edinburgh Castle. Conference
Chaplaincy Centre Around 2,500 people pass through the chaplaincy centre each week. Used by the university during the hours of 9.30am to 5pm, and from 6pm to 9pm for events held by community and student groups. Conference
Newbattle Abbey College Scotland’s only adult education residential college, set in the location of a 12th century Cistercian Abbey, to the South-East of Edinburgh in Dalkeith. Conference
Royal Observatory The main astronomy observatory, in the South of Edinburgh, distinguished by its distinctive copper domes atop Blackford Hill. Conference
Southside Community Centre City of Edinburgh Council run community centre in a former church building with two large multipurpose spaces and a cafe. Located a little South of the city centre. Conference
Commie with Arthur's Seat
Royal Commonwealth Pool The Royal Commonwealth Pool (RCP), aka "the Commie", is a broad, squarish building in the Newington area to the South of the City. The building, with its Olympic sized pool housed within,... Conference
The Mews Conveniently located in the centre of Edinburgh, the building dates back to the 18th century and was redeveloped in 2009. It now boasts a sympathetic fusion of the original historic building with an... Conference
Summerhall in summer
Summerhall Formerly the Royal Dick Veterinary College, this historic building has been transformed into a vibrant multi-arts venue with and its cafe/bar a meeting point. Conference 26
Surgeon's Hall at Fringe time
Surgeon's Hall The Ionic pillars of renowned New Town architect William Playfair's building provide an impressive entrance to the Royal College of Surgeon's conference venue, as befits an institution that has pla Conference 53