Cheap Hotels in Aberdeen
The 3-star Britannia Hotel Aberdeen is set in a prime location in the north-west of Aberdeen. Just a short drive from the hotel you’ll find the Gordon Highlanders Museum, Bridge of Don, Balmoral Castle and Aberdeen city centre. The indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gym offer guests a great place to relax and unwind, and all rooms are fitted with a flatscreen TV and a tea/coffee hospitality tray. The hotel has free Wi-fi and parking. Pets are welcome at this hotel.
The 4-star Aberdeen Altens is conveniently located a short walk from the coast and three miles from the city centre, making it an ideal place to stay both for business and for visitors to the Granite City. The modern en-suite rooms come equipped with wi-fi and satellite TV, and guests can make use of a sauna, spa and indoor pool at the Health & Leisure club. The restaurant serves everything the hungry traveller could want, while the Cairngorm Bar is the place to enjoy a drink.
The Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen is one of the finest hotels in Aberdeen. With its granite facade, it is also one of the most charming hotels in Aberdeen and adds contemporary comforts and modern amenities to its charm. Housed within an historic stone building that’s very much in keeping with the “Granite city”, the 4-star Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen sits in a quiet part of the city, but is just a shortwalk from the train station and city centre. The hotel provides easy access to the city's venues and attractions, as well as to the tranquil countryside of North East Scotland, which hosts a selection of some of the finest whisky distilleries and castles in Scotland. The on-site West End Bistro serves great Scottish and international cuisine using locally sourced ingredients, and the cosy bar has an extensive drinks menu, including a selection of champagnes and cocktails. Classically elegant, the hotel’s rooms have flat-screen TVs with satellite channels plus tea and coffee making facilities.
While our room rates won't break the bank, attention to detail is always high. With the comfort of Sweet Beds in every room, lightning-quick free fibre Wi-Fi throughout, and one of the most varied breakfast spreads you'll find in any hotel, customers are regularly surprised at just how much they get for what they pay. Oh, and you don't have to check out until noon, so you can enjoy a lazy start and an unhurried breakfast.
Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian Hotel is located in Aberdeen city centre, perfect for enjoying Aberdeen's wealth of parks, gardens, museums, galleries and more. Caledonian Hotel has 83 bedrooms, including Deluxe rooms and Suites, as well as 4 fully equipped meeting rooms, with the largest seating 75 people theatre style to meet your business and leisure needs. Ideal for wedding venues in Scotland or afternoon tea in Aberdeen. Caledonian Hotel is close to Aberdeen train station, heliport and Aberdeen Airport.
When you stay at Rosemount Palace in Aberdeen, you'll be in the historical district and minutes from His Majesty's Theatre and Academy. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Victoria Park and Westburn Park.
A modern hotel next to Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre with free WiFi and parking, and an inclusive hot breakfast Holiday Inn Express® Aberdeen - Exhibition Centre hotel offers 135 bright, modern rooms right next to the AECC, one of Scotland's leading venues for international shows. The hotel is 15 minutes' drive from Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ) and the city centre. You can park for free at the hotel and hop on a bus into the city. Business guests are on the doorstep of the Bridge of Don suburb, a hub for the city's oil industry. At the hotel, you can host meetings for up to 28 people in the two naturally lit conference rooms, with free WiFi for all guests and delegates. For long meetings and conferences, catering options available upon request. Have some time off to visit Aberdeen? International brand stores await in the city centre's glass-fronted Union Square shopping complex. The grand His Majesty's Theatre stages dramas and musicals, or you can enjoy the Aberdeen Maritime Museum's interactive displays. An inclusive Express Start Breakfast, featuring hot items like sausages, eggs and beans, will set you up for the day. In the evening, the dark wood lounge bar is a laid-back spot for a light meal and a glass of wine with colleagues or friends. Or dine in the restaurant of the hotel's sister location next door.
A modern stopover hotel at Aberdeen International Airport with free WiFi and breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Aberdeen International Airport hotel couldn't be much closer to the terminal. You can walk to your flight in five minutes. The hotel's Park, Stay & Go package allows you to catch flights refreshed, leaving your car in the on-site parking lot until you get back. Major events at AECC are a 15-minute taxi ride away. Hop on a bus at the airport to reach Aberdeen city centre in half an hour. You can brief your team or bring clients to you in the hotel's 12-person meeting room. Computers and a printer are available in the lobby. Major local energy companies cluster in local business parks and in Bridge of Don district, 15 minutes' drive away. If you've got time to relax, try a leisurely 18 holes at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club, on the seafront just 15 minutes' drive away. Kids can run on the beach, shoot down the slides at the Beach Leisure Centre or spot dolphins around the harbour. The 10-screen cinema at the Union Square shopping centre is 15 minutes' drive from the hotel. You can set yourself up every morning with sausages, baked beans and eggs as part of the inclusive Express Start Breakfast. Linger over coffee or a meal in the Great Room restaurant, open all day. Unwind after a hard day's work with a glass of wine in the bar.
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Hotels in Aberdeen
You'll find fairytale castles, a beautiful coastline, lively events and first-class golf courses on a trip to the Scottish city of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen is famed for its granite architecture which sparkles in the sunlight. From the Town House (a Neo-Gothic tower which pierces the city landscape) to the Marischal College and Museum (the second-largest granite structure in the world). There are plenty of cheap Aberdeen hotels in the heart of the city, where you'll also find Provost Skene's House. Entry is free and you can wander through its period rooms and discover how people lived in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Aberdeen has many vibrant festivals throughout the year including the Highland Games with its tug-of-war championships, pipe band competition, Highland dancing;and track and field events. Check out the community-organised Doric Festival which takes place in the autumn and is a celebration of the North East's language, music and traditions. Or, head out to Portsoy (one of Europe's oldest harbours) and discover the region's nautical history at the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival.
The Spirit of Scotland
While you're discovering Scotland's traditions, Aberdeen is a great place to learn about the ancient art of Whisky production and sip single malts, pure malts and Scottish blends at some of Scotland's famous distilleries. Try a tour at Glenglassaugh or GlenDronach Distillery, one of Scotland's oldest working distilleries.
Art lovers should head to Aberdeen Art Gallery to see one of the finest art collections in Britain including 18th century portraits by Hogarth, Impressionist paintings by Monet and 20th century pieces by Francis Bacon. If your Aberdeen hotel is close to the harbour, it's worth popping into Aberdeen's Maritime Museum to explore the city's relationship with the sea through its hands on exhibits.
If you love the outdoors, take a walk along the sweeping curve of golden sand that is Aberdeen Beach. Or, try your putting skills at Kings Links 18-hole golf course which runs parallel with the beachfront.
If you have time, you can venture out of the city to discover Deeside, an area that has captivated the royals for generations, since Queen Victoria and Prince Albert built Balmoral Castle as their Scottish retreat. To delve deeper into the region's past, follow Scotland's Castle Trail, taking in 17 impressive castles including striking cliff-top ruins and Highland estates.
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