Friendly staff, particularly the lady who recommended the Polish restaurant. Large bedroom and living rooms, well equipped kitchen. Renovations currently going on in rooms below, so a little noisy during the day.
Easy hotel to find at the back of a shopping centre in central Aberdeen. Not a great deal to do in the immediate area but everything within a short walking distance. Hotel itself is comfortable and I especially liked the bed, although couldn't tell the difference in the settings for the bed. Bathroom with bath and walk in shower. Breakfast buffet style which was fine. Didn't eat there at night this time. Staff very helpful.
The pictures do not do the suites justice. Modern, clean and updated. Comfortable and cozy with very pleasant and helpful staff. The city centre/Union street is an easy 10 minute walk. There is a Tesco metro and a Sainsburys express (both grocery stores) 3 minutes away. I got 2 bedrooms, a separate living room and a kitchen for the price of a hotel room with a fully functioning and equipped kitchen. Great value for money, would work well for a family. Having said that it is on a quiet residential street. Free parking was a bonus.
Easy check in at 1st floor lobby, location handy to train station and downtown. Building is very old and well used, lots of stairs. Rooms clean and decent size, large window and high ceilings. Friendly staff and decent breakfast.
Spacious, good shower and bath. Had full kitchen facilities including laundry which would be nice for a longer stay. Bed was a bit hard. Toilet ran continuously for our stay and was not fixed although it was reported upon our arrival.
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.