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Accommodation in Aberdeen

As a major port city of Scotland, Aberdeen offers all kinds of accommodation. Hotels and apartments in Aberdeen are located all around the city. Whether you are looking for upscale hotels or cheap apartments in Aberdeen, you can find plenty of choices suitable for all tastes and budgets. The luxury hotels in Aberdeen are located closer to the city centre and the port. Some of the best ones include Marriott, Marcliffe, Copthrorne, Park Inn, Mercure, Hilton and Malmaison. These hotels offer a wide range of facilities with excellent services to make sure you have a memorable stay. Not only contemporary rooms, these Aberdeen hotels also take care of your lifestyle needs and are ideal whether you are visiting for leisure or business.

Aberdeen Overview

Located in the northeast part of Scotland, between Dee and Don River is Aberdeen city. The city is the 3rd most populous city of Scotland and a prime port city. River Don flows north of the city while Dee River lies on the south, and in between lies the coats and the beach of Aberdeen with a lighthouse. Due to maritime effect the city enjoys an oceanic climate.

Where to Stay in Aberdeen

Aberdeen has various accommodation choices to suit everyone’s needs. Many of the Aberdeen hotels are housed in gothic style granite mansions like Bauhaus, Kildrummy, Malmaison, while there are also some chain hotels in Aberdeen in contemporary style buildings. If you are visiting with a large group or looking for independent accommodation in Aberdeen, you can book one of the self-catering holiday apartments like Dreamhouse Apartments and Pinehurst Lodge hotel. These self-catering apartments in Aberdeen come with a fully equipped kitchenette with facilities of a hotel and a preferred choice for contemporary traveller. Budget travellers can easily find plenty of cheap hotels in Aberdeen. Hampton by Hilton, Jury’s Inn, Premier Inn, ibis Aberdeen, Holiday Inn and Travelodge are some of the most famous cheap hotels in Aberdeen.

Things to See and Do in Aberdeen

In Aberdeen city you will find a large number of nature parks, gardens, museums and churches. The Donmouth Nature Park located at the mouth of river Don is a well-known nature preserve and the largest park. Seaton Park and Cruickshank Botanic Garden on Don St are also quiet famous. There are some other parks also like Duthie Park, Johnston Gardens, Hazlehead Park, Victoria Park, Westburn park, that are worth visiting if you love nature. Aberdeen’s rich history reflects in the city’s museums and buildings. You will notice that’s these historical structures are mostly of granite or silver colour. The 18th century William Wallace Statue, Aberdeen Maritime Museum, the Tolbooth museum, King’s College Chapel, St Machar’s Cathedral, etc. definitely deserve a visit. You can take a walk along the promenade that runs parallel to the Aberdeen beach.

Nightlife in Aberdeen

There are a lot of bars and clubs in Aberdeen where you can enjoy cocktails and music. Starting from Trinity Quay in the heart of the city to Holburn St on the west, there are endless bars here. Brewdog, Krakatoa, Espionage, Club Tropicana, Dusk, The Institute, Adam’s and Hawthorn, Cotton club, the Tippling house, are some of the best bars in Aberdeen. The bars and clubs here are open till midnight or 1 am, while there are many of them that are open only on Fridays and Saturdays but till late at night. These weekend clubs attract party patrons from all over the town for DJ nights. These places are famous not just among the tourists but you can also find local crowd here. If you are looking for nightclubs, you can go to the Tunnels, Cheerz, Exodus and 42 Below with dance floors. The Cheers Gay bar and Sing City Karaoke bar are also quite lively. The hotels in Aberdeen also offer bars onsite where you can enjoy your evening cocktails.

Food options in Aberdeen

The primary cuisine in Aberdeen is Scottish which is dominated by the use of fish, fruits and vegetables and dairy products, with very less spices. You can try traditional dishes, regional specialties and local produce, like haggis, shortbread, whiskey and Cullen skink at many restaurants. Aberdeen has its indigenous dishes like Aberdeen buttery and Aberdeen sausage that are a must try. The 2nd most famous cuisine here is Indian, and there are more number of Indian restaurants available here than other cuisines like Thai, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Hungarian, Mexican, Turkish, etc. The Union St, Bridge St and Belmont St, are all thriving with restaurants ranging from casual bistros to fine dining restaurants. The hotels in Aberdeen offer restaurants onsite where you can enjoy delectable Scottish cuisine as well as international cuisines.

Shopping in Aberdeen

Aberdeen offers an extensive shopping experience and perfect for shopaholics. The city is home to a large number of malls and shopping centres, the largest of them is the Union Square Shopping Centre on Guild St. You can find everything including designer and fashion boutiques, trendy clothing and footwear stores, restaurants, bars, game zones and much more at this retail park. Guild St has many more retail chains and stores. Bon Accord and St Nicholas on George St, Trinity Centre in Union St and Beach Boulevard Retail Park in Links Rd are some of the other large and famous malls here good for shopping everything under one roof. You can buy jewelry, woolen items, groceries, clothing, books, etc. at the local stores here. There are large malls for home furnishing and décor as well. There are farmers market and local markets and stores for buying fresh fish, vegetables and fruits and convenience goods.


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Aberdeen Reviews

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10/10 Amazing

13 May 2013

Granite city

Lovely city.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The people

10/10 Amazing

17 November 2010

Aberdeen is a great lively place for a long weekend.

A very friendly place to visit, great for shopping & eating out.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The people.

8/10 Great

11 October 2010

aberdeen

Love aberdeen shop are good and nightlife

8/10 Great

23 March 2012

oil capital of europe

Busy friendly city i go there for business so its not a city i am familiar with for a holiday

8/10 Great

04 December 2012

great city for shopping + dining out

great range of shops within easy walking distance. plenty of entertainment- theatre, cinema etc lots of great restaurants

The best thing about my stay was ...

compact city centre

8/10 Great

23 October 2013

lovely city

Had a fantastic time in this city lots to see and do

The best thing about my stay was ...

shopping

6/10 Good

02 May 2011

Bigger than I thought, nice day out

I have a friend that lives in Aberdeen and absolutely hates it. Actually, I have only heard bad things. But I liked it, for a day trip! Much bigger than I thought and great for shopping. Beach close by so what more could you ask for. Didn't see much though as time was tight and expectations were already very low :)

The best thing about my stay was ...

The shopping

6/10 Good

29 August 2010

was on business

was on business

The best thing about my stay was ...

nice

6/10 Good

22 October 2010

A good sized city with plenty of shopping and bars

Plenty of bars and eating places. Good shopping and a central base for sightseeing.

2/10 Okay

20 June 2011

Not worth a visit

Uninteresting city