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Aberdeen Douglas Hotel

Stay in the heart of Aberdeen. The hotel is located in the heart of the city centre. An independently owned business with friendly, efficient and unobtrusive service at its heart. Their experienced staff will do everything to make your stay in the Granite City a truly enjoyable experience.

The Dutch Mill Hotel Aberdeen

The hotel has recently been refurbished to a high, luxury standard and there is an excellent welcoming atmosphere in the bar and the conservatory restaurant.

Atholl Hotel Aberdeen

Atholl Hotel is quiet, friendly and has a popular restaurant, and rooms with free broadband internet access. It is a few minutes west of Aberdeen city centre. Atholl Hotel is located off Anderson Drive, which is one of Aberdeen's main roads. There is easy access to Aberdeen Airport, railway station and city centre. Traditional Scottish food is served in the restaurant and lounge bar.

The Ritz Hotel Aberdeen

Buzz Hotel Aberdeen

Aberdeen The Granite City

On the coast, Aberdeen has a long sand beach between the two rivers, the Dee and the Don, which turns into high sand dunes north of the Don stretching as far as Fraserburgh; to the south of the Dee are steep rocky cliff faces with only minor pebble and shingle beaches in deep inlets.

Interesting Facts About Aberdeen

Aberdeen Is Nicknamed After Its Buildings

Aberdeen is often referred to as the Granite City, because more than half of its buildings are built from Aberdeen’s Rubislaw Quarry granite. Until its decline in the mid-20th century, the quarry exported granite all over Britain.

10% OF BRITAIN’S STONE CIRCLES ARE IN And Around ABERDEEN

About one in ten of Britain’s stone circles are located in the county. A unique feature is the recumbent stone circles, which feature one stone on its side flanked by two upright ones.

There is a Record Number of Whisky Distillers

The Aberdeen area has the largest number of whiskey distilleries of any whisky producing area in Scotland. Many of the 17 distilleries are open to visitors.

BRIG O’BALGOWNIE IS SCOTLAND’S OLDEST BRIDGE

The Brig o’Balgownie near Seaton Park is Aberdeen’s and Scotland’s oldest bridge. Construction started in the late 13th century and was completed in 1320.

Aberdeen Is A Must Visit With it's Stunning Scenery

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