Very impressed with the accommodation on arrival. Unfortunately on our first night there was a problem with some unruly guests, however this was sorted out fairly quickly. The staff on reception were very helpful the next morning, offering us an upgrade to another part of the hotel.
Excellent for shoppers as its located in Union Square shopping centre / travellers as very central, next to Train and Bus Stations - staff very knowledgeable and accommodating. The only downside for us was that it was really noisy from the streets below (Saturday night life). I shopped around for a family room and this place was competitively priced.
convenient location, very clean and quite. my second time of staying taking advantage of the weekend deal. V happy with everything except breakfast is not really for me - three three slices of bread for two people and cereal.
Offering a comfortable and independent alternative to a hotel, The Craibstone Suites, Aberdeen also treat discerning …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.