The most popular affordable hotels in Aberdeen include Cove Bay Hotel and Travelodge Aberdeen Central. Beeches Aberdeen is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to St James Church and offers room rates from 91US$.
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Where to stay in Aberdeen?
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you would like to feel the city beat, numerous hotels in Aberdeen are situated in the downtown, including Skene House Rosemount and Premier Inn Aberdeen City Centre. An option near the city center is Lost Guest House Aberdeen next to Porter's Gin Micro Distillery. Aberdeen Douglas Hotel is a good 3-star hotel in Aberdeen City Centre district that will put you within a 5-minute walk of all the best that Aberdeen's downtown has to offer.
If it's your first time in Aberdeen, consider staying in The Craibstone Suites near Porter's Gin Micro Distillery, which is one of the biggest attractions in Aberdeen City Centre district. The Mariner Hotel is 0.5 miles to Crathie Student Village - RGU Students, while Great Western Hotel is situated 0.5 miles away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Aberdeen
The luxury Doubletree By Hilton Aberdeen Treetops is just 1.7 miles away from Gallery Heinzel and features a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a treatment room. For those wishing to explore some of Aberdeen's natural scenery, book a room at Malmaison Aberdeen that is next to a harbor and parks. The 3-star Premier Inn Aberdeen is an option for those who prefer reliable service.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Fraser Apartment is an affordable apartment for families situated next to Sheriff court, with room rates from 83US$. Oakhill Apartments Aberdeen City Centre - West End is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 30-minute walk from University of Aberdeen Zoology Museum. If you're traveling with your family, there are 14 hotels in Aberdeen that welcome children, for instance Station Hotel Aberdeen and Aberdeen Marriott Hotel with a tennis court, a golf course and tubing. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the garden, we offer to pick Macleod House And Lodge near Udny Mort House, which is a popular resort in Aberdeen.
City Guide: Discover the best of Aberdeen
Aberdeen sits against the largest hole in Europe.
The city is known as the granite destination for its Rubislaw Quarry. Even though Aberdeen has moved a world away from this business today, its cityscape sparkles with granite glitter.
You can discover the beauty of Aberdeen on your trip to the city. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Aberdeen or in luxury one, we have them all at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms.
This granite glitter is the only reminder of Aberdeen's past. The city swapped quarrying the stone for big money brought to the area by oil business. This lifted Aberdeen to prominence as the most expensive city in Scotland with prices in restaurants and cafes rivaling those of London and Edinburgh.
If dining makes Aberdeen a destination for full wallets, sightseeing is free in the city. Attractions include;
- Aberdeen Art Gallery, located in a Victorian building with paintings, sculptures and Impressionist pieces inside
- The Maritime Museum, a five-star attraction by the Scottish Tourist Board and offers an insight into the mechanics and technology of ships
- The Marischal Museum traces 8000 years of local history
- The Gordon Highlanders Museum traces the dramatic story of the British Army
- Satrosphere Science Centre, the Scotland’s first science and discovery centre
Before the oil money came to the city, Aberdeen had served as the trading post for wool, fish and fur exchanges. When locals supported Robert the Bruce in the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, the king spent extra money on Marischal College, the Central Library, the art galleries and the hospitals in the city. In the 18th century Aberdeen thrived on whaling and textile manufacture until it became a home to the British oil companies.
Since then it has re-discovered itself as the third largest city in Scotland and acquired the ranking of the Oil Capital of Europe. This brought popularity across the world with more than business interest, but also tourists. The visitors have a multitude of reasons to stay in Aberdeen like fascinating history, granite architecture, green parks and original Scotch Whiskey. Belmont Street packs your stay with restaurants, clubs and bars, while Booked.net makes your stay in Aberdeen comfortable.