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Virtue Apartments - Bon Accord Star Rating 4        
Bon Accord Street

Conveniently situated, Virtue Apartments - Bon Accord offers easy access to Aberdeen's best hot spots. It provides a courtyard and free Wi-Fi, and is a brief walk from Bon Accord & St Nicholas Shopping Centres, Robert Gordon University and Union Terrace Gardens.The property has 6 modern apartments that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Aberdeen Douglas Hotel Star Rating 3        
43-45 Market Street

Dating from 1848, this landmark hotel in Aberdeen's Merchant Quarter is within a minute's walk of the harbour and Union Street, and 3 minutes' walk from the bus and train stations.Subdued, modern rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, desks and free WiFi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. There are family rooms sleeping up to 4 people as well as serviced apartments.
Northern Hotel Aberdeen Star Rating 3        
1 Great Northern Road

Built in 1939, this art deco style hotel is a 13-minute walk from the Cruickshank Botanic Garden and 1.5 miles from the Aberdeen Art Gallery.Simple, quaint rooms offer TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and en suite bathrooms with showers.
Copthorne Hotel Star Rating 4        
122 Huntley Street

Set in a converted grain store, this landmark hotel with a granite facade is 0.6 miles from Union Square Shopping Centre in central Aberdeen.Upscale rooms feature flat-screen TVs, WiFi (fee), and tea and coffeemaking equipment, as well as 24-hour room service.
Carmelite Hotel Star Rating 3        
Stirling Street

This chic hotel is a 3-minute walk from both Aberdeen train station and Aberdeen Maritime Museum, and 9 miles from Balmedie Country Park.Hip rooms come with TVs, desks and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms offer satellite TV.
Aberdeen Marriott Hotel Star Rating 4        
Overton Circle-Dyce

This modern hotel is 3 miles from Aberdeen Airport and 6 miles from Royal Aberdeen Golf Club.The traditional, soundproof rooms offer Wi-Fi (fee) and flat-screen TVs, plus desks and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms have free high-speed Internet access and access to a private lounge.
Skene House Holburn Star Rating 4        
6 Union Grove

Occupying neighbouring townhouses, this airy apartment complex is 9 minutes' walk from Aberdeen Music Hall and 13 minutes' walk from His Majesty's Theatre.The individually decorated, 1- to 3-bedroom apartments include kitchens, and have satellite TV, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi, and milk, tea and coffee. Upgraded suites add DVD players, freezers, dishwashers and washer/dryers.
Skene House Rosemount Star Rating 4        
96 Rosemount Viaduct

In a traditional city centre townhouse, this high-end apartment hotel is a 4-minute walk from His Majesty's Theatre and a 6-minute walk from Aberdeen Art Gallery.Apartments with modern interiors have free Wi-Fi, TVs and full kitchens stocked with tea, coffee and milk. Larger units with up to 3 bedrooms have dishwashers, washer/dryers, and separate bathrooms and shower rooms.
Skene House Whitehall Star Rating 4        
2 Whitehall Place

This casual all-apartment hotel in the centre of Aberdeen is 1.2 miles from the railway station, 1 mile from the harbour and a 7-minute walk from Victoria Park.Ranging from studios to 3-bedroom units, the apartments come in a range of styles, from country-casual to sleek and modern.
Station Hotel Aberdeen Star Rating 3        
78 Guild Street

Opposite the train station, this 5-story Victorian hotel with original stained glass windows is 3 minutes' walk from shopping in Union Street and 4 minutes' walk from Aberdeen Maritime Museum.The casual rooms all include private bathrooms, and have satellite TV and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.There's a bar and an all-day restaurant, and meeting and event spaces are available.
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The city of Aberdeen is home to the largest harbour in north-eastern Scotland. It is the transport hub of the North Sea oil industry. The city is nicknamed the Granite City, in reference to the abundance of this material in the construction of buildings. You can view the three cathedrals, St Machar's being the oldest, the King