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The staff were very pleasant but did not give my Aunt a call in the morning as we had asked. It was a very windy spell of weather and the windows rattled significantly. At times the radiators were working but the heating seemed to go off at random and the bathroom towel rail didn't work.
Convenient, close to the airport and nice aesthetics. I would recommend this hotel. One improvement required is a shuttle bus to the airport. A taxi costs £7.50 due to Aberdeen’s ludicrous £3 airport drop off charge.
Check in swift staff courteous,room ideal . The Hotel is on a quiet road about a 10 min walk from bus and train stations £8.00 for taxi.Beakfast could have been a lot better,bacon was that hard it could not be cut the plates were cold so food went cold very quickly best to order cooked breakfast ...
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.
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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.