Hotels in Aberdeen in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... is not one of the more earth shattering experiences, not very imposing and, as an avid bookworm, the fake books/library effect is a bit of an affront, but I'm not paying to stay in reception am I? Very polite, courteous and helpful staff, who efficiently check me and give me directions to the room - "Through the door, down the stairs, through the door on the left, along the corridor, up the stairs, across the hall, through the door and its on your left - you can't miss it" Where did I put the boots and crampons? Joking aside, getting to the large door is a two minute walk. Open the door and wow!!! The room is huge (and ... more
Customer Hotels in Aberdeen in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/12/03, updated on 02/12/03 (Useful, 57 readings)
Getting off the Squeezyjet and walking straight out of Aberdeen airport with just a laptop and a change of clothes in the hand baggage gives you a sensation a bit like wetting yourself in dark trousers - a warm feeling and no-one else notices!!! Getting to the taxi rank and, because you are one of the first out of the airport from the flight, there are still taxis waiting for you - not the reverse, as becomes the case shortly after. About £10 later and you are at the Queens Hotel. Situated on Queens Road, the hotel is the building lit with the white lights, next door but one to the greenly lit Simpsons hotel and restaurant. I'll save that review for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/02, updated on 10/12/02 (Very useful, 227 readings)
We've just returned from Aberdeen, having visited Amanda's grandparents, who have just celebrated their 60th Wedding anniversary; quite an achievement! On arrival at Aberdeen, we spent the first of our two nights at the Hilton Aberdeen Treetops hotel. Arrival It had been quite a journey. We arrived, late, from London Heathrow, flying British Airways. Our 'plane, scheduled to take off at 20:25, had finally departed Heathrow at 22:10 and we only narrowly missed being diverted to Glasgow and transferred to Aberdeen by coach, since Aberdeen airport closes at 23:30. With a 14-month old baby Josh in tow, this would not have been in the slightest ... Read the complete review
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|Travelodge (Glasgow Central)|
Basic but clean
Bed could be more comfortable. Pillows a little flat.
|Premier Inn (Charing Cross, Glasgow)|
Ideal location, great views over city.
Inadequate bathroom lighting
|Mercure London Paddington Hotel (London)|
Easy to get to, comfortable modern rooms.
Rooms are a tad on the small side.
|The City Hotel (Dunfermline)||Aston Sheffield Hotel (Sheffield)|
Excellent package, very good staff, lovely food, comfortable rooms and beds, clean
Location not fabulous, more geared to business guests
|The Greyhound Inn (Ganton Scarborough)|
Ideally situated for lots of attractions in the area.
Close to a busy road from which the traffic can be heard.
|Premier Inn Preston West (Preston)|
Good service, comfortable and clean hotel.
TV reception wasn't too good, but could be due to weather conditions at the time.
|Premier Inn York North West (York)||Premier Inn Worcester (Worcester)|
Cheap & Comfortable
No Air Con
|Park Inn (Nottingham)|