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Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian Hotel
3.9/5112 Reviews

Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian Hotel

Aberdeen City Center Aberdeen|0.2km from The March Stones
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for business and pleasure trip. We had booked a double room with breakfast. Upon arrival, I noticed that the staff were wearing masks, established that they had a COVID case, some staff members were sick thus there was no bar or restaurant service. We were given room 211, it was filthy, went back to reception and given another room. Had to wait ages and as there was only one lift that operated at snail speed. Again, the second room was very basic, small, dated, small tight bathroom, very warm as the heater was full on and it did not match the photographs on Mercure website. I have stayed at other Mercure hotels before but this was something else. No bathrobes, no fancy bed coverings as in the illustrated pictures. This is NOT a four-star hotel as claimed, three stars maximum. There is a safe. Tea and coffee making facilities that do not get replenished biscuits on the first night only. Double bed that was smaller in comparison to other hotels. The TV has Freeview channels of which some did not work. No proper desk to work on. At night-time, there is so much noise from outside. This hotel needs modernising and a good clean. No wonder the hotel had a COVID case as the cleaning standards are low. Breakfast was average, sausages undercooked, eggs overcooked, not much choice of the cold section, no rolls only bread and limited fruit. Transport: From Aberdeen airport catch the 727 to Union Square which has the central bus station and railway station. It is a ten-minute walk to the hotel. Transport system is good but there was a rail strike on one of the days. The hotel is in a good location. There are lots of local places to eat especially at Union Square.

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The Station Hotel
3.6/5105 Reviews
Aberdeen City Center
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights midweek .we had a family room on the 4 th floor the room was large with a super king size bed and a single bed both were very comfortable There was plenty storage space and a work desk tea and coffee provided too ! Clean bathroom with good power shower and plenty towels ! Breakfast was good standard and buffet style ! The only 2 complaints I have is the very creaky floorboards in the room and the parking was dog eat dog ! Overall we had a pleasant stay and would return again for good deal !
Aberdeen Douglas Hotel
3.9/5103 Reviews
Aberdeen City Center
My friend and I were attending an event in the hotel. The hotel is in a superb location. Within walking distance from the train station, shops and fantastic pubs and eatery’s We were checked in by two lovely ladies who were happy and efficient. They directed us to the lifts and off we went to find our room. Our room was very small but clean. It was dark and the lighting was terrible. The bulb in our bathroom above the mirror was not working which made it extremely difficult for us to see properly. The bathroom itself was modern enough. The fan came on when you turned the light on and it made an awful noise which was extremely annoying. The bed was comfortable and we slept well. We did not have any problems with noise like others have mentioned previously. We had breakfast the next day and it was terrible! We hardly ate a thing. The hot food choices were limited and of poor quality and the staff looked miserable and were not overly friendly. The tables are in need of replacement as they were badly marked and sloping. Overall I would stay in the hotel again due to the fantastic central location and hope to get one of the rooms with better lighting.
Royal Athenaeum Suites
4.1/547 Reviews
Aberdeen City Center
Really nice large, well appointed rooms and very modern. Could not get a better location right in the thick of it all. The bell ringing from the tower certainly makes sure you don't sleep in. Numerous bars and restaurants very close. Definitely a winner.
Sandman Signature Aberdeen Hotel & Spa
4.3/5107 Reviews
Clean hotel with nice big rooms and great facilities, the microwave and fridge were great added extras. My husband has a weird obsession with showers so he loved the rain shower haha. The staff we dealt with were all very friendly too. We will definitely be back again.
Travelodge Aberdeen Central
3.4/548 Reviews
Aberdeen City Center
Shame there's a £10 fee for checking in early. A bit dated but clean + functional room. Friendly staff - when I asked for more milk they asked if I needed anything else topping up. Also a friendly welcome given at breakfast. Good central location.
Mercure Aberdeen Caledonian Hotel
3.9/5112 Reviews
Aberdeen City Center
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for business and pleasure trip. We had booked a double room with breakfast. Upon arrival, I noticed that the staff were wearing masks, established that they had a COVID case, some staff members were sick thus there was no bar or restaurant service. We were given room 211, it was filthy, went back to reception and given another room. Had to wait ages and as there was only one lift that operated at snail speed. Again, the second room was very basic, small, dated, small tight bathroom, very warm as the heater was full on and it did not match the photographs on Mercure website. I have stayed at other Mercure hotels before but this was something else. No bathrobes, no fancy bed coverings as in the illustrated pictures. This is NOT a four-star hotel as claimed, three stars maximum. There is a safe. Tea and coffee making facilities that do not get replenished biscuits on the first night only. Double bed that was smaller in comparison to other hotels. The TV has Freeview channels of which some did not work. No proper desk to work on. At night-time, there is so much noise from outside. This hotel needs modernising and a good clean. No wonder the hotel had a COVID case as the cleaning standards are low. Breakfast was average, sausages undercooked, eggs overcooked, not much choice of the cold section, no rolls only bread and limited fruit. Transport: From Aberdeen airport catch the 727 to Union Square which has the central bus station and railway station. It is a ten-minute walk to the hotel. Transport system is good but there was a rail strike on one of the days. The hotel is in a good location. There are lots of local places to eat especially at Union Square.

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