- Cordonas Aberdeen Fun Beach
- Royal Aberdeen Golf Course
- Murcar Golf Course
- Aberdeen Football Club (Pittodrie Stadium)
- Royal Deesside
- Balmoral Royal Resident
- Old Aberdeen
- Kings College and Visitor Centre
- Provost Skene's House
- St Machar Cathedral
- Pitmedden Gardens
- Haddo House
- Storybook Glen Childrens Park
- Aberdeen Art Gallery
- Thomas Blake Glover House - Museum
- Trump international Balmedie Golf course
City Name: ABERDEEN
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North
Distance from Hotel: 3 MI/ 4.83 KM
Closest Convention Centre: P&J Live
Distance from Hotel: 7 MI/ 11.27 KM South
Convenience Store: 1 MI/ 1.61 KM West
Golf: 1 MI/ 1.61 KM East
Outdoor Tennis: 0.1 MI/ 0.16 KM South
Aberdeen Maritime Museum, located right by the harbour just a 15-minute bus ride from the hotel, explores the city's enduring relationship with the sea. The museum's collections of paintings and artifacts, supplemented by multimedia and interactive displays, detail Aberdeen's maritime heritage and the history of its North Sea oil and gas industry.
Don't miss the opportunity to play a round of golf on one of the challenging coastal courses nearby. Historic Royal Aberdeen Golf Club and the championship course at the exclusive Trump International Golf Links are both within ten minutes’ drive. They're regarded by many as two of the best links golf courses in Britain. Ask friendly hotel staff about booking tee times.
Don't Go Home Without
Be sure to sample some of Scotland's malt whisky during your time in Aberdeen. A tour of the Glen Garioch Distillery, located in a sheltered valley a 25-minute drive from the hotel, offers a fascinating insight on the centuries-old processes that whisky production involves. You can finish the visit, of course, by enjoying a dram of the Highland single malt produced there.
Torry Battery fort, overlooking the city's harbour, is a great spot to watch bottlenose dolphins feeding in the sea. If you're lucky, you can also see grey seals and minke whales, and there's always a rich variety of bird life. On fine spring and summer days, staff from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds are often on site with binoculars to help you spot the wildlife.