Hotels in Aberdeen
The vast range of Aberdeen hotels reflects how in demand accommodation is in the city thanks to its industrial neighbours. Not only are those, Aberdeen hotels also a great base from which to explore both the city and the breath-taking Scottish Highlands.
Hotels can be found at a wide variety of locations across the city in all different price categories. Many are within easy reach of fascinating attractions such as the Aberdeen Art Museum and the Maritime Museum. You can find all the major chains of hotels in Aberdeen. These include budget brands such as Travelodge, Premier Inn and the Holiday Inn Express. Aberdeen is also home to hotels such as Best Western, Jurys, Thistle, Mercure, Macdonald, Marriot, Hilton and Copthorne.
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 19thcenturies.
Soprano Hotels was set up to create management and people development schools with residential accommodation for courses offered by it’s sister companies Rich Minds and A different Life. Sopranos boast Aberdeen’s most envied location. From the hotel you can throw a paper aeroplane at the harbour wall and ferry terminal, the bus and train way stations.
The Chester Hotel
The Chester Hotel is a newly refurbished luxury hotel on Aberdeen's Queen's Road. Following a spectacular upgrade throughout, the hotel provides 50 guest rooms and two suites, plus conference facilities for up to 300 delegates and wedding suite venues for up to 300 guests. Executive Chef Kevin Dalgleish oversees our fine dining IX Restaurant and private dining rooms.
The Royal Hotel
The Royal Hotel in Aberdeen Scotland is a privately owned hotel in Aberdeen city centre, with a friendly welcoming atmosphere, comfortable accommodation and good food. Dating back to 1879, the Royal Hotel provides an unprecedented location in the heart of Aberdeen city centre.