The Hotel is set in a quiet residential area, was once a house, now extended at the rear of the property.
The staff we met were all very friendly and accommodating.
Our room was spacious enough for a 2 night stay and had its own en-suite bathroom.
The price we paid for a 2 night stay with a cooked breakfast included was very good value.
A minor gripe for me was the bed mattress but on balance the experience was positive.
Really good facilities in a great location. Staff were really good and friendly. Plenty of space, good parking and close to all amenities and city centre
Milk provided in fridge and a good range of crockery etc
Pets allowed which was good
Upgraded on arrival which was excellent
Breakfast basic but well presented and good quality. Breakfast room was a bit noisy
Would definitely use again and recommend to friends
The hotel is clean and tidy and has a fairly grand feel to it with name tiled in the pavement outside, steps rising from street level into the foyer and build era clearly from a time when a decorated staircase with stained glass was an important feature (a lift is available too). It is very conveniently located on Union Terrace literally minutes walk from all the big shopping and entertainment locations and the train and bus stations. I didn't have food or use the bar so can't comment about that. I had a single room on the third floor. It was comfortable enough, and had what you might expect: bed, wardrobe, some drawers, TV, en suite shower room, ironing board and safe. It did feel quite cramped, not the room so much, but the shower and en suite, while looking attractive, was tight given that I'm quite tall. No kettle, which I found disappointing, and the view from the windows was of a fire escape only as they pointed inward from my room. My biggest grumble was the noise from outside the room - air conditioning or similar - that made keeping the window close at night pretty mandatory.
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An efficient friendly welcome and check in. Very comfortable room with one of the most comfortable beds I've slept in a hotel recently.
Resteraunt is priced for people on expenses. Nick Nairn brand doesn't sell me £14 for fish and chips. Breakfast was poor lack of choice undestaffed very disappointing. Spoiled the stay.
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.
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