New hotel in central Aberdeen catering more in line with serviced apartments rather than standard hotel. Small kitchen in rooms very useful. Had a problem with shiwer thermostat but was resolved quickly by the staff. Will definitely look to use the hotel again.
Traveller from Edinburgh
Located in the heart of Aberdeen, this hotel is steps from Provost Skene's House, Aberdeen Art Gallery, and Marischal Museum …More
Returning due to previous great experiences and Nectar reward bonus offer. Warm welcome at check in and given room by 11am when asked about storing luggage - much appreciated.
Disappointing general cleanliness - under beds not acceptable - moved single bed to pick something up to find several lost items and food.
Good breakfast - disappointing not to have potato scones as on previous visits.
Overall a good stay and convenient location, will be back again.
Traveller from Fife
Located in the heart of Aberdeen, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Union Square Shopping Centre, Aberdeen …More
"Nice hotel in lovely location&handy for city centr"
We had a lovely stay and received a complimentary upgrade to our room which was a very pleasant surprise. Were late for dinner so had room service which was the only fault I found with the hotel,as the food was below standard and overpriced. Apart from that,a pleasant stay and I'd go again.
Traveller from glasgow
Located in Aberdeen West End, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Johnston Gardens and Gordon Highlanders Museum …More
Hotel is very good value for money and close to the city centre, shops, bars and restaurants.
Staff very friendly and breakfast service and food very good.
Would stay again on our next visit and can definitely recommend the hotel.
Traveller from ne40
Located in the heart of Aberdeen, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Aberdeen Music Hall, Academy, and His Majesty's …More
Bordered by 100 miles (160 km) of coastline on one side and the Cairngorms on the other, Aberdeen offers churches, distilleries, castles, and beaches. Villages spot the countryside boasting culture, dining, and architecture untouched by urban expansion. In more developed areas, visitors can sample local cuisine and participate in the nightlife, or visit art galleries and theme parks.