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 EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND
26,300 tons
PLAN   OF   ACCOMMODATION  The Entrance Hall
Promenade Deck
A Suite
The Bedroom
The Lounge
First Class Stateroom
with Private Bath
First Class
Stateroom
The Empress Room
The Empress of Scotland was built with one idea in mind—your comfort
She is spacious, airy, warm or cool as the weather changes.  The splendid public rooms, welcoming bedrooms,
sheltered promenades, are here for you to enjoy:  Swimming Pool, Card Room and Library are
to amuse you.   Then there is the Empress Room—the ship's ballroom and cinema. The Card Room
The Children's Room
The Dining Room
The Cocktail Room
Tourist Cabin
with Private Toilet
The Swimming Pool
Tourist
Children's Room
The Library
Tourist
Smoking Room
Tourist Cabin
with Private Toilet
Tourist
Dining Room
Tourist Lounge
Here you can see the impressive proportions and elegant decor of some of the
public rooms of the Empress of Scotland.   The Card Room with its plain Queen Anne Chairs, diffused lighting:
the gay Cocktail Room:   the welcoming deep-chaired Library, the Dining Room
with its panoramic views, all are yours for a pleasant journey.
Tourist travel is economically priced but comfort is never sacrificed.
The Cabins are all compact and charming.   The Public Rooms are luxurious : the Dining Room is
particularly fine, extending the whole width of the ship and lit by oval windows,
and all enhanced by the superb Canadian Pacific food and wines. SUN       DECK
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against inclement weather, and after that
if you are still energetic there is the
Swimming Pool: there is the Card Room,
the Library and the Writing Room to pass
the time less actively. Or you can simply
sink into deep chairs and watch the
ever-changing sea around you. There
are Children's Rooms in both classes,
equipped to keep any child amused and
happy.
Stewards will bring you tea, coffee,
drinks, whatever you need, to wherever
you are : the service is quiet, well-
mannered and friendly.
The cuisine is superb, international in
its range and its fame: the Dining
Room is magnificently decorated, deep
windowed, quiet, spacious.
Space, too, is the common factor of the
Bedrooms; whatever kind you prefer,
you will find it charmingly furnished, with
portholes, adjustable ventilation, restful
lighting, comfortable chairs and plenty of
wardrobe room. Choose from a variety
of rooms to suit your needs and your
pocket : many have private bath, or
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PLAN   OF ACCOMMODATION 1 THE    KITCHEN
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I HIS magnificent ship offers all that can be wished for in the way of pleasant
travel; every whim has been anticipated, every detail of comfort and service carefully
studied.
The public rooms are spacious, exquisitely decorated and generously furnished. On the
promenade deck are the superbly comfortable Lounge with its glass dome ceiling ; the
immense, elegant Cocktail Room with windows on three sides, easy chairs and settees, a
bar thirty feet long with leather upholstered stools ranged along its length for those who
prefer to be close to the " business " side of it. Also on this deck are the Empress Room—
the ship's ballroom and cinema ; the Long Gallery—a huge lounge in itself; the Entrance
Hall with the shop and its tempting array facing the main stairway ; the Library and
Card Room, two charming rooms further enhancing the excellent available facilities.
There is an attractive Children's Room, nicely tucked away on its own.
Access to the Dining Room on C Deck is by two of the ship's three elevators or by the
main stairway and across the foyer. The Dining Room extends the width of the ship.
A semi-circular orchestra gallery is a central feature and an enormous mirror reaches to
the ceiling above the sideboard, emphasizing the room's lofty grandeur.
The outside promenade space on both sides of the promenade deck is glass enclosed for
its whole length ; with deep windows allowing a clear view even to the passenger snugly
tucked down in a deck chair.
The first class staterooms are on A and B decks. They are all outside rooms with private
toilet, and over 80% have either a bathroom or shower.
The EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND'S luxurious accommodation, combined with the
excellent service and cuisine for which Canadian Pacific ships have long been renowned,
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