Recommended hotels in Aberdeen
From$159Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 13 Opinions
Formerly the Thistle Aberdeen Caledonian, the hotel is situated in a building that dates back to 1890, this hotel offers a range of sumptuous dining facilities such as the AA-Rosette graded restaurant on the Terrace (closed Sundays), that prides itself on offering quality local produce, and the café-bar Caley, the ideal getaway for light bites and hearty lunches. It also provides an inviting foyer with a reception desk, and a small, complimentary car park at the rear of the premises. Spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be guaranteed.See more
From$182Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
Formerly The Queen's Hotel, the building has been transformed into a stylish luxury boutique hotel, with 80 rooms and suites, 2 of which even have private terraces. The hotel offers a brasserie, bar, whisky snug, wine cellar and room service. Fully air-conditioned, the hotel welcomes guests in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, a cloakroom and lift access. Guests may also take advantage of the WLAN Internet access and the laundry service.See more
From$158Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
This city and conference hotel, which was renovated in 2010, offers 185 colourful, modern rooms overlooking the nearby harbour or city centre. Guests at this air-conditioned establishment are welcomed in the lobby, which offers 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, cloakroom and lift access to the rooms. The hotel also offers a restaurant and conference facilities, and wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel. Room service is available, a laundry service is offered (for a fee) and guests travelling by car may make use of the hotel's car park.See more
From$191Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 17 Opinions
Built in 1190 and renovated in 2003, this hotel comprises a total of 22 double rooms spread over 2 floors. The building features a foyer with 24-hour reception desk, a pub and an à la carte restaurant with highchairs for children. There is also a conference room and a public Internet terminal to be used within the hotel. Those arriving by car may take advantage of the car park or garage facilities. Room and laundry services round off the facilities on offer.See more
From$119Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 6 Opinions
This city hotel is spread over 4 floors and comprises 216 rooms of which 1 is a suite. Facilities on offer include a foyer, 12 conference rooms (with a capacity of up to 400 persons per room), a bar, a brasserie and a restaurant. Countless parking spaces are available next to the hotel building.See more
From$104Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 4 Opinions
This exclusive development of suites is set within an impressive turreted granite building with a choice of 49 suites, each offering guests much more than just a hotel room by providing space to live, work, entertain and relax. The suites are a suitable base for both leisure breaks and short or long business trips.See more
From$206Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 23 Opinions
Renovated in 2009, the hotel offers 203 en-suite rooms and is ideally located in the heart of Aberdeen, just a short walk from Aberdeen's bustling shopping, entertainment and nightlife venues. Facilities on offer include a lobby, a restaurant, conference facilities, WLAN Internet access, room and laundry services and parking for those arriving by car (charges apply).See more
From$251Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 5 Opinions
Built in the year 1865 and renovated in 2004, this hotel comprises a total of 27 rooms spread over 3 floors of which 25 are double rooms and 2 are suites. The main building consists of a lobby with 24-hour reception and a cosy bar offering over a hundred different types of whisky. Throughout the house the walls are bedecked with portraits of the family who owns the property. There is also a restaurant and a public Internet terminal. Those arriving by car may take advantage of the car park or garage facilities. Finally, there are laundry and room services to round off the hotel's offerings.See more
From$201Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 4 Opinions
The city hotel is housed in a historical building that dates back to 19th century. The hotel comprises a total of 4 floors with 89 rooms. Facilities on offer include a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a lift and a hotel safe. A conference room and an à la carte restaurant with highchairs for infants are also to be found within the hotel. A public Internet terminal, room and laundry services are also on offer. Car parking facilities are available.See more
From$212Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 9 Opinions
Surrounded by 8-hectare grounds, this hotel includes 2 buildings with 2 and 4 floors and a total of 117 accommodation units, of which 115 are doubles and 2 are suites. The hotel's facilities include a lobby with a 24-hour reception, a safe, lift access, a conference room and a car park. Dining options include an inviting bar and 2 à la carte restaurants with highchairs for infants. In addition, Internet access, room service and a laundry service are all available.See more
Information about Aberdeen
The city of Aberdeen is home to the largest harbour in north-eastern Scotland.
It is the transport hub of the North Sea oil industry. The city is nicknamed the Granite City, in reference to the abundance of this material in the construction of buildings.
You can view the three cathedrals, St Machar's being the oldest, the King´s College, Provost Ross´s House, and many more monuments of historical interest. Aberdeen is full of marvellous gardens.
When you travel through the Royal Deeside region or the river Dee valley, which is surrounded by birchwood forests, you will witness part of the history of Aberdeen. Take the castle route and visit some of the eleven that exist in the area, including Balmoral, the Queen's summer residence; all have magnificent architecture.
Towards the north, in the Grampian Mountains, is the Malt Whiskey route, where you can taste the traditional product of Scotland at the respective distilleries.
As for the food; the beef, lamb, venison, partridge and pheasant are all excellent, but the fish specialties, especially those of the smoked variety, are the most traditional.
Come to Aberdeen and enjoy all its charms.
Most popular zones from Aberdeen
- Aberdeen Airport
- Aberdeen city
- Aberdeen Surroundings