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A weekend at the Park Inn was a birthday treat for my wife, and it didn't disappoint. We have stayed here before and will surely do so again.
The Hilton lives up to its usual good standards, however, our room has very little sound proofing to the roof, and we could hear the heating/aircon machines running all night and from early morning the seagulls that were nesting on the roof made a terrible noise. So there was not a lot of sleep.
This is the first time I've stayed at this hotel since it became a doubletree. We were allowed to check in a bit earlier as our room was ready, checkin was a doddle, staff were very polite and efficient. The allocated room was as I expected, downstairs mid corridor and as a bonus it came with a balcony ...
Excellent hotel - very close to the centre of Aberdeen and transport links - minutes from the rail station. Rooms stylish and spacious and good breakfasts. Nice toiletries in the room and staff very pleasant and helpful A bit noisy at weekends as every time I have stayed here there has been a party ...
Aberdeen has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the UK’s premier business and conference destinations, aided significantly by its role as an international energy hub. The steady stream of businesspeople and international delegates means that advance booking your hotel is advisable at all times of the year.
The (AECC) attracts major events, concerts and conferences into the city. If you’re hosting or attending a conference, you can take advantage of handy on-site accommodation options or use convenient transport links to access a diverse selection of city centre hotels.
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If you want to feel the wind in your hair after a jam-packed conference agenda, head to lush green spaces like Duthie Park or enjoy the fresh sea air with a seaside stroll.
Union Street is the place to go for a spot of shopping, while absorbing museums, galleries and attractions can all be found close by. Try the historic Provost Skene’s House to find out how people lived in centuries past. Then order a local whiskey from a Scottish bar to fully immerse yourself into Aberdeen life.