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Park Inn by Radisson Aberdeen
Justice Mill Lane 1
AB11 6EQ Aberdeen
8.6 / 10
Britannia Aberdeen
Malcolm Road, Bucksburn
AB21 9LN Aberdeen
6.0 / 10
Skene House HotelSuites - Whitehall
2 Whitehall Place
AB25 2NX Aberdeen
7.8 / 10
Palm Court
81 Seafield Road
AB15 7YX Aberdeen
Station Hotel
78 Guild Street
AB11 6GN Aberdeen
6.4 / 10
The Spires Apartments
531 Great Western Road
AB10 6PE Aberdeen
7.6 / 10
Kilmarnock Arms
Bridge Street
AB42 0HD Aberdeen
Norwood Hall Hotel
Garthdee Road, Cults,
AB15 9FX Aberdeen
6.2 / 10
Craibstone Suites
Bon Accord Square 17
AB11 6DJ Aberdeen
4.2 / 10
Inn at the Park Hotel
Deemount Terrace 3-4
AB11 7RX Aberdeen
Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen
122 Huntly Street
AB10 1SU Aberdeen
6.6 / 10
Menzies Dyce
Farburn Terrace
AB21 7DW Aberdeen
3.0 / 10
Mercure Ardoe House Hotel & Spa Aberdeen
South Deeside Road Blairs
AB125YP Aberdeen
6.4 / 10
Holiday Inn Aberdeen
Exhibition & Conference Centre,Claymore Drive
AB23 8BL Aberdeen
7.0 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen-Exhibition Centre
Parkway East,Bridge of Don
AB23 8AJ Aberdeen
8.8 / 10
Holiday Inn Aberdeen-West
AB32 6TT Aberdeen
9.4 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen City Centre
29-43 Chapel Street
AB10 1SQ Aberdeen
8.3 / 10
Jurys Inn Aberdeen
Union Square Guild Street
AB11 5RG Aberdeen
BEST WESTERN Summerhill Hotel and Suites
20 Summerhill Court
AB15 6TW Aberdeen
7.8 / 10
Hilton Aberdeen Treetops hotel
Springfield Road 161
AB15 7AQ Aberdeen
6.4 / 10
Hilton Garden Inn Aberdeen City Centre
31. St Andrew Street
AB25 1GT Aberdeen
8.2 / 10
Courtyard Aberdeen Airport
Argyll Way, Aberdeen Airport, Dyce
AB21 0AF Aberdeen
8.3 / 10
Marriott Aberdeen Hotel
Overton Circle-Dyce
AB21 7AZ Aberdeen
7.1 / 10
DoubleTree by Hilton Aberdeen City Centre
Beach Boulevard
AB24 5EF Aberdeen
7.4 / 10
Dreamhouse Apartments Aberdeen City
Baker Road 9
AB24 4RS Aberdeen
Carmelite Hotel
Stirling Street
AB11 6JU Aberdeen
7.0 / 10
The Hansen Residence
Castle Street 25
AB11 5BG Aberdeen
Ibis Aberdeen Centre
15 Shiprow
AB11 5BY Aberdeen
7.6 / 10
Skene House HotelSuites - Holburn
6 Union Grove
AB10 6SY Aberdeen
Scotland’s Third Largest City

Aberdeen is Scotland’s third largest City with a population of over 200,000 residents. It is located on the North East coast of Scotland and is known as an Oil City due to its strong connections with North Sea Oil. Many of the workers in the region either work on off-shore rigs or on-shore for oil related companies from around the world.

Despite its links with the oil industry Aberdeen is a beautiful city and has a long sandy coastline. It is populated with prehistoric villages around the mouths of the local rivers, river Dee and River Don.

Granite Stone Buildings Dominate the Landscape

Aberdeen is steeped in wonderful architecture and is most famous for its use of granite stone during the Victorian era. This has led to it being labeled the Granite City or the Silver City due to the colour of the buildings, which date back to the 1900’s.

Some of the finest examples of granite buildings are to be found in the city’s main street, Union street, and are known as the Town and County Bank, the Music Hall and the National Bank of Scotland.

Further examples can be found on Broad Street which was opened by King Edward VII or the William Wallace building located on Union Terrace. Not to be missed is the statue of Robert Burns, the most famous poet Scotland has produced to date, on Union Terrace and the wonderful sculpture of Robert the Bruce also on Broad Street.

Plenty of Shopping Outlets to Explore

The city is ranked as the third best shopping centre in Scotland with most of the shops located on Union Street and George Street in the town centre. If the weather turns wet, as is often the case in this part of Scotland then head for the shopping arcades in Trinity Centre and Union Square the later benefiting from a recent £200 million redevelopment.

How about a round of golf ?

Scotland is blessed with numerous, world-beating golf courses and there are not many finer than the Royal Aberdeen Golf club, which has roots dating back to the late 1700s and is the oldest club in Aberdeen. It has hosted the British Open in 2005 and the Walker Cup in 2011 so, if time permits, head for the club house and either enjoy a warm drink and lunch there or, if your handicap allows, hire a set of clubs and convince the golf professional to let you out onto the course for a round yourself.

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