Perhaps you’re visiting the city for the very first time, or maybe it’ll be your one hundredth visit. No matter how many times you’ve been to Aberdeen before, we know how important it is to find a hotel that’s just right for your needs while you’re here. At Jurys Inn Aberdeen, we’ll look after you from the moment you step through the door, so you’ll feel right at home in our stylish and comfortable hotel that’s well within walking distance of the city’s best attractions.
You’ll find our Aberdeen hotel right at the heart of the city on Guild Street, just a short stroll from the train and bus stations, and close to the ferry terminal. So whether you’re staying for a business conference or a relaxing weekend away, we’re close to everything you need, including Union Square shopping centre which is right next door. After all, we know that location is everything.
Learn more about booking a city break in Aberdeen.
Our hotel in Aberdeen has 203 comfortable and spacious rooms, each including:
Our rooms can sleep up to three adults, or two adults and two children under 12.
If you want an even more luxurious stay, our newly refurbished Executive Rooms feature:
And if you need an accessible, wheelchair friendly bedroom, just let us know when you book. Our accessible rooms are all designed to the highest specifications and include:
We also have accessible toilets in public areas, and lift access to all floors throughout our Aberdeen hotel.
Our Aberdeen hotel is close to some of the city’s best restaurants and bars, but if you don’t want to venture beyond our four walls then you don’t have to compromise when it comes to food and drink.
We have a stylish on-site bar, a Costa coffee bar and lounge, and we have 24-hour room service. We run our limited menu from 10pm, so you’ll never need to go hungry.
If you’re travelling to Aberdeen on a business trip, you’ll need a hotel that not only has great facilities, but a team of professional staff to help run your events and meetings. If you’re a business guest at our hotel in Aberdeen, you can choose from five different fully-equipped meeting rooms, so your visit to the city will be productive and hassle-free no matter whether you’re here for a board meeting, training, a conference or interviews.
Aberdeen Maritime Museum
To discover more about Aberdeen’s seafaring history, the award-winning Aberdeen Maritime Museum is well worth a visit. Walking through the exhibits you’ll learn all about the region’s oil industry, and how boats tackle the elements out on the North Sea. Once you’ve had a good look around, you can enjoy a coffee and something to eat at the on-site cafe.
We recommend: getting a quiz sheet from reception to keep the kids entertained, if you’re visiting with a young family
The Gordon Highlanders Museum
At this popular museum you’ll find out all about the Gordon Highlanders Army Regiment, with exhibits on the French Revolution, the Boer Wars, the First and Second World Wars and more. Tours are available if you want to learn even more from the knowledgeable guides.
We recommend: visiting the museum cafe if you’re in need of a pit stop
Duthie Park Winter Gardens
Visit one of the biggest indoor gardens in Europe, Duthie Park Winter Gardens, where you’ll find rare plants, exotic flowers and the biggest collection of succulents and cacti in Britain. Take a walk along the Corridor of Perfumes and experience a different climate in the Tropical and Arid House before going to see the boating ponds and children’s play areas.
We recommend: taking the kids to see Spike the talking cactus!
Whether the sun is shining or the winds are blowing, there’s nothing quite like a walk along Balmedie Beach during your stay in Aberdeen. Explore the dunes and blow away the cobwebs as you wander along the endless stretch of sand, and make sure you take a camera.
We recommend: wrapping up warm because after all, this is Scotland, and the weather can be rather nippy and changeable
Lined with granite buildings, Union Street stretches for an entire mile through the city and is home to a huge range of shops, from designer brands to high street stores and everything in between. If you get hungry, there are plenty of restaurants to choose from too.
We recommend: walking as far as the quirky West End area of the city, where you’ll find lots of great independent boutiques
If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of Union Street, take a wander through Old Aberdeen. Located to the north of the city centre, it’s got everything from cobbled streets to a cathedral, botanic gardens and the King’s Museum.
We recommend: continuing north to Seaton Park, a huge green space along the River Don
His Majesty’s Theatre
For evening entertainment, nothing beats watching a show at His Majesty’s Theatre. Just 10 minutes away from our Aberdeen hotel on foot, the theatre is considered one of the most beautiful in the UK. Whether you’re seeing a musical, enjoying some light-hearted comedy or listening to live music, His Majesty’s Theatre is the perfect place to unwind in the evening.
We recommend: looking out for the statue of Scottish hero William Wallace on your way to the theatre
If you want to experience incredible acoustics inside a breathtaking building, Cowdray Hall is one of Aberdeen’s most popular concert venues, and only 8 minutes away from Jurys Inn Aberdeen on foot. If you have the chance, make sure you pop in to watch one of the free lunchtime concerts.
We recommend: checking the website before you visit, as Cowdray Hall is closed until late 2017 for refurbishments
If you’re staying for a few days or more, you might like to explore beyond the city itself. And with so many beautiful places to see, we wouldn’t blame you for venturing outside of Aberdeen.
There are lots of great attractions just a short drive or bus journey from our Aberdeen hotel, including:
For those of you travelling on to other parts of Scotland from Jurys Inn Aberdeen, it’s easy to get across the country by either car or train. To help plan your trip, here’s a snapshot of journey times to some of the most popular onward destinations from Aberdeen.
Inverness: two hours 50 minutes by car, or two hours 25 minutes by train
Edinburgh: just under three hours by car, or two hours 25 minutes by train
Glasgow: three hours by car, or two hours 40 minutes by train
We look forward to welcoming you here at our hotel in Aberdeen.