Former US President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Scotland next month. He will be addressing business leaders at the event that was organized to make money for charity. Tickets for a table of 10 will be sold for approximately £5,000. Since lots of people will be coming to Scotland to hear President Obama speak, you need to book for your accommodations at the best hotels in Inverness as soon as possible.
This will be the first visit of the former president to Scotland and the dinner at Edinburg on May 26 will be one of the first major addresses after he left the White House. Hunter Foundation, the organizer of the event has previously arranged for US politicians and popular actors to visit Scotland.
Last year, Leonardo DiCaprio visited Edinburgh and spoke at the Scottish Business Awards held at the EICC. He also visited Home, a restaurant located at Queensferry Street that shares its profits to the homeless. Hundreds of fans waited in the rain for the arrival of DiCaprio.
The previous year, George Clooney was a visitor of Social Bite in Rose Street. Like DiCaprio, he visited a café that donates its profits to the homeless, leaving $1,000 for a cause. 200 people waited in the streets to catch a glimpse of George Clooney. They were not disappointed because the actor took selfies with them and chatted with some fans.
The cash that will be raised during the May 26 event will be divided between children’s charities in Scotland and Obama Foundation. Sir Tom Hunter has plans to set aside some seats for local young people. He believes that it is an honor for Scotland to hear the story from a man who made a journey from the Southside of Chicago to the White House. He is truly delighted to be able to host the 44th president of the United States.
If you want to welcome Former President Obama and listen to his story, book your accommodations now at best hotels in Inverness where contemporary style is combined with traditional comfort. You can choose from standard single, double and twin rooms or executive and family rooms.